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Parramasala offers an international cultural feast of outstanding arts

Parramasala offers an international cultural feast of outstanding arts

From striking contemporary dance and profound harmonic chant to one-off international concerts, a dynamic South Asian film program, an immersive performance experience and contemporary art exhibitions, Parramasala, the annual Australian Festival of South Asian Arts, will transform the city of Parramatta from 30 October to 6 November 2011. Artists in the program will come from […]

Mohit Chauhan Live in Sydney

Mohit Chauhan Live in Sydney

Aarti Kapur Singh writes about Mohit Chauhan. Mohit Chauhan never received formal training in music, but sings and plays guitar, harmonica and the flute. And what’s more, Mohit Chauhan will be serenading you live in Sydney on October 1, 2011. Mohit Chauhan had his first brush with success with the song “Dooba Dooba” from the […]

Janmashtami Celebrated with fervour in Sri Mandir, Sydney

Janmashtami Celebrated with fervour in Sri Mandir, Sydney

Janmashtami was celebrated with enormous zeal and enthusiasm in Sydney on 23rd August. Amid chants of Vedic hymns, devotees thronged Sri Mandir temple in Sydney to celebrate Janmashtami with a traditional gaiety. Devotees made a beeline for the temple in Auburn on Monday to celebrate the birthday of Lord Krishna. Despite being a working day, […]

The Holy Month of Fasting – Ramdan (Ramazan)

The Holy Month of Fasting – Ramdan (Ramazan)

Zaheer Husain Khan explains the importance of Ramazan, the Holy month of fasting for Muslims. There are two popular Calendars in the world. Gregorian which is based on solar system while the other one is based on lunar system. Islam has adopted lunar system and its year starts from the time which marks the migration […]

MEHFIL by Pankaj Udhas – you owe it to your fun-filled college days

MEHFIL by Pankaj Udhas – you owe it to your fun-filled college days

He has been felicitated by Hillary Clinton for his talent. His song ‘Chithhi Aayi Hai’ still tugs at the heart strings. He has nearly 40 top selling albums to his name. But more importantly, he is the reason a whole generation rediscovered the ghazal. For a majority of 30 plus Indians in Australia, Pankaj Udhas […]

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