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Zohra – Afghanistan’s first all-female orchestra – debut performance in Sydney

Afghanistan’s first all-female orchestra are performing in Sydney and Melbourne to celebrate 50 years of bilateral relations between Afghanistan and Australia – giving Australians the rare opportunity to witness the internationally acclaimed Zohra orchestra. Hailing from Afghanistan’s only music school, the Afghanistan National Institute of Music, the Zohra Orchestra will be performing in Sydney next […]

Celebrate International Day of Non-Violence at Jubilee Park, Parramatta on October 2 at 5.30pm

The City of Parramatta will celebrate the International Day of Non-Violence and the 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Mahatma Gandhi in Jubilee Park, Parramatta on Wednesday 2 October, from 5:30pm-7:30pm. The International Day of Non-Violence aims to promote a culture of peace, tolerance, understanding and non-violence by educating the public and raising awareness. The day […]

Brahman Samaj Garba on October 5 to fundraise for Ekal

From today holy Navaratri period has started for 10 days till Dusshera.As every year, Brahman Samaj of NSW has organised one of the very few non-commercial Garba functions this year on Saturday 5 October 19.  Part of the proceeds from this function this year will be donated to EVF Australia to sponsor more Ekal Schools in remote […]

India Club Diwali on November 9

India Club Inc. is celebrating Diwali on November 9 this year! Says India Club President, Shubha Kumar, “Experience the joy, the elation and the energy spilled in the India Club Iconic Diwali Celebration Gala. Its an occasion to shimmer, shine, sparkle, dance & party.” Look forward to: *Glamorous Elegant Energetic Evening* *Multicultural Entertainment* *Yummy Dinner* and Much more  India Club wants you […]

Celebrate and enjoy ‘Jashn’ concert for a good cause

Come November this year, Satya Events founded by Aditi Janveja and Amit Anand, will present its maiden Bollywood musical venture, “Jashn”, a celebration of music! The “Jashn” team comprises of four skilled vocalists – Aditi Janveja, Amit Anand Will Bhatnagar and Poornima Bhat .  They have put their hearts and souls into designing an evening that will aptly display […]

Submit your stories in the SBS National Languages competition 2019

Encouraging language learning and language retention in Australia, and in recognition of the United Nations’ International Year of Indigenous languages, SBS today announced the launch of the SBS National Languages Competition 2019. In its fourth year, the nationwide competition is open to Australians of all ages who are learning a language, including English and Aboriginal and […]

Navratri Garba function on October 5 in Menai, Keep the date free!

Navratri Cultural Group invites all to a fun filled evening of action-packed Raas and Garba under the auspices of Shri Shiva Mandir of Minto. Popularly known in the community for about last 34 years as the “Menai Garba”, this function is organised by the “Community group for the broader community”. With music provided by a proven team of talented local artists, this is Sydney’s one […]

Ganesh Visarjan at Sri Venketeswara Temple Helensburgh on September 8

“Shuklaambara Dharam Vishnum, Shashi Varnam Chatur Bhujam  Prasanna Vadanam Dhyaayet, Sarva Vighna Upashaanthaye” Lord Ganesha always dressed in white represents purity. He is omnipresent with grey complexion like that of ash glowing with spiritual splendour. I meditate on the God who can destroy all obstacles in the material or spiritual path. As in the past […]

Janamashtami Celebrations in Sydney

At Sri Venkateswara Temple, Helensburgh Sri Krishna Jayanti also referred to as Gokulashtami, is one such festival that marks the celebration of the birth of Lord Sri Krishna in full fervour and enthusiasm by the devotees.The incarnation of Lord Krishna signifies the end of all darkness and the eradication of the evil from the earth.The […]

Artists and writers at Adelaide’s OzAsia Fest 2019 (Oct 17 – Nov 3)

OzAsia Festival program has just been announced with its list of artistes from the Indian scene. The Indian Down Under has already run an interview with musician Nitin Sawhney who is the star attraction at the fest conducted by TIDU’s Anu Jose. (http://www.indiandownunder.com.au/2019/07/nitin-sawhneys-beyond-skin-in-the-era-of-brexit-and-trump/) OzAsia Festival – Australia’s leading contemporary arts festival engaging with Asia: www.ozasiafestival.com.au Internationally […]

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