On Saturday the Boris Gardens in the Bulgarian capital Sofia is hosting the festival Ratha Yatra.
The roots of the festival are traced back to ancient India. It has been celebrated there for more than 3000 years.
The event seeks to become an educational and cultural festival. The visitors will be invited to paint with henna, dance Hindu dances, join yoga sessions while children will be entertained with puppet shows and art workshops.
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