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3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

The Khoja Heritage Festival, currently running for the third year, is a celebration of Khoja culture and roots, and everything that makes us who we are. The aim of the festival to remain connected to our heritage and learn things about our history that we may not have known.


This year, the Festival is going virtual and will have presentations from Jamaats, a heritage exhibition, a quiz with prizes for the winner (£50 cash prize) and runner up (£30 cash prize), and a children’s Gujarati speech competition (£50 cash prize)!


Date: 23 May 2021

UK: 3-6 PM

France: 16h-19h

USA: 10AM – 1Pm EST

Tanzania: 5pm – 8pm


Tune in to the live event on the day:


Children’s Gujarati Speech Competition

One of the main events at this year’s KHF, is the Children’s Gujarati Speech Competition, where the children from our communities will compete in delivering speeches on a selected theme in the Gujarati language!


To apply, please click here, and send us your video entry at using the following guidelines:


1. What is our heritage as Khojas today and what does it mean to you? This can be your favourite traditional food, traditional clothes, our language, our mosques, or anything that shows your personal history.
2. What do you think are the goals of the Khoja Heritage Project (maintain our culture, spread our culture, or just talk about it sometimes at events?)


You can be as creative as you want with your speech as long as it is in Gujarati!


Remember the speech doesn’t have to be long, but just for about 2-3 minutes!


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