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Kartarpur Corridor painting connects Australia, UK, India, and Pakistan

It took Pakistani workers only a few months to build the Kartarpur Corridor, creating a pivotal moment in the history of India-Pakistan relations. On the other side...

#FashionAndHealth: How a fashion show spotlighted women’s health

Fashion designer Alka Chopra with German-Canadian artist Claudia Rubinstein It was a marriage of talent with textiles at Alka Chopra’s fashion-with-purpose event, held recently at the...

Ria Bhagat, 8, singing sensation

Ria K Bhagat may not be a household name yet, but her magical voice is sure to bring her much popularity. The eight-year-old won hearts - and the title - at the Fast Track 2019...

Harts: Indian origin musician in T20 World Cup Ad campaign

The buzz has well and truly begun about next year’s ICC T20 World Cup. For us in Australia’s Indian community, there have been more than a few opportunities...

Grand diwali celebrations at ISKCON: From kirtans to Annakut

Grand diwali celebrations at ISKCON: From kirtans to Annakut

Her Kitchen Rules: Helly Raichura’s unique veg-spread impresses hundreds

With the heightened need for more inclusive dining options, Melbourne-based foodie Helly Raichura’s unique concept EnterViaLaundry (EVL) sets an example of how to dynamically incorporate vegetarian food into Melbourne’s dining landscape. In late...

WYNBUS: Need of the hour for Melb’s Point Cook residents

Inspired by the ‘share autos’ of Chennai India, which connect the unserved areas of the city, residents of Point Cook Melbourne have launched a minibus shuttle service named WYNBUS to overcome the...

Diwali at Federation Square: Celebrate India does it again

The sights and sounds of India transform State of Victoria's Federation Square once again for Indian communities Diwali celebrations.
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What’s On this weekend in Melbourne’s Indian community

Movies, music, arts and events that are happening in Melbourne's Indian community this month!

OzAsia 2019: Indian Selection

At the OzAsia Festival this year, there are some excellent artistes of Indian origin, it seems at least one, if not more, in each of the spheres – dance, music, theatre, art,...