Published Thursday, 09 August 2012
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The award winning South Asian Dance Academy helped shoppers get into the festival spirit ahead of this Sunday's event.
Now in its sixth year, the Mela is the largest international arts festival on the island of Ireland - and organisers say it has been helping communities come together.
"You have a lot of new community who don't get a chance to socialise," Nisha Tandon explained.
"They do have some racist problems and all that, but this festival embraces everybody under one roof and we do a lot of work with a lot of local communities to welcome the new Indian community which is living in Northern Ireland now."
Last year's Mela attracted more than 20,000 visitors and the festival will return to Botanic Gardens on Sunday 26th August.
The people UTV spoke to in Belfast said they were impressed with the dancing they saw and were keen to come along at the weekend.
"I think it's great," one woman said. "People like to see how other people interact with different cultures. It is absolutely brilliant.
"I would love to learn to dance like that - I will have to learn to shake my hips!"