Prosi Exotic Ball 2013 @ VHS Saal Längenfeldgasse

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They say charity begins at home, but for Prince Pallikunnel, the President of the Prosi Global Charity Foundation it seems to simply run through his veins.

Prince Pallikunnel, alias "Mr.Prosi" has taken it upon himself to promote human welfare and social reform through his efforts in having established the Prosi Global Charity Foundation that assists the aiding of various needs in different parts of the world. Through his efforts, he has to date managed to assist many families in retrospect to the fundraising events he has held over a period of time that brought change to many.

The second Prosi Exotic Ball was a diverse, multicultural event which brought together so many different nationalities. It actually brought back the realization of what unity unveils, regardless of nationality because all who attended the Prosi Exotic Ball, had all come in support of one cause. Fantastic… is what I would say it really was!

The evening came with an array of different performances, ranging from the wonderful MC's and Dj´s, dancers and artist who brought the attendees to life, of course the formalities of the evening had to be addressed before the real entertainment of the evening started. So much was to look forward to, a tombola with many prize winners, the delicious exotic foods, music and especially being that it was a platform for networking.

I suppose as the night went on everyone had their dancing shoes on and was enjoying the live music performed by a variety of different artist.

There's something that really surprised me at the event and I have to mention, the dancers in particular especially in this day and age that we're living in were amazing, it sometimes seems to be merely but a faint picture of cultural preservation. But it was simply keeping tradition alive.

My respect goes out to the dancers of all ages who performed, it really wonderful experiencing something so rare at an event like traditional dance from different parts of the world.

Keep up the good work Mr. Prosi, may all that you would like to accomplish be met at Prosi Global Charity Foundation.


Written by Lauren,  Images: Yeke


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