Indian Link lists a few of our favourite things

Indian Link's favourites to read, listen to, eat, and watch for the month. If you're looking to try new things, this is place to find them!
Dandenong.Indian Link

These Indian-origin artists brought their creativity to Dandenong

Four Indian-origin artists were commissioned by the Dandenong Council to help transform utility poles into bright creative artworks. Kantha Totem by Natasha Narain Natasha acknowledges that the pole was once a tree and wishes to reactivate latent...
Archibald2.Indian Link

Restaurateur Anant Kaur Sandhu becomes Mrs Singh in Archibald portrait

At the Archibald Exhibit, as she sits, regally, in her beautiful blue green costume with gold motifs, her AM honour proudly pinned to her shawl, Anant Kaur Sandhu is a picture of grace and...
Bharatnatyam.Indian Link

A Bharatnatyam performance, classical Indian dance and its power to heal

Sanjana Chandawarkar’s Bharatanatyam journey began in Bombay as a five year old. When her family moved to Sydney, she continued her tutelage under guru Hamsa Venkat and soon became an integral part of the Samskriti...
Young Archie2.Indian Link

Budding Indian-origin artists in the Young Archie 2019 competition

Two young artists of Indian origin have made it to the shortlist at this year’s Young Archie competition at the Art Gallery of NSW, held concurrently with the Archibald Prize exhibition. Sydney’s Lakshman Nitish Ramesh...
Radio.Indian Link

My mum can sing – a look at Indian Link Radio’s Mother’s Day contest

Sydney’s Arvinder Kaur Makkar debated with herself for two whole days before making the call. Ultimately, she gathered courage to pick up the phone, and dialled in to an Indian Link Radio show, to...
Jazz.Indian Link

Dean Coelho is an accomplished jazz musician and he’s only 12 years old

Not many children are passionate about jazz or violins when they are 12 years old, but Dean Coelho, a Year 7 student of Eltham High School in Melbourne, is no ordinary fiddler. Not only does...

The meaning of Anzac Day according to young Indian Australians

Young Indian Australians share their thoughts
Gandhi.Indian Link

Celebrating Gandhi at 150: Fashion statement, Gandhi style

As part of the Fashion Hub 2019 presented by Sydney’s Sherman Centre for Culture and Studies, Bandana Tewari - a fashion journalist and formerly the editor-at-large of Vogue India - presented a keynote on ‘Politics and...

What dance has taught me

Dance debutante Yasheeka Patel on her Bharatanatyam takeaways, WRITES HAMSA VENKAT.