Bhakti through dance and song

Simple, yet powerful artistic classical performances evoke the glory of the divine, writes DINESH RAMANAN

Of sprawling chawls

There's a long list of books out there that capture the spirit of Mumbai, writes CHITRA SUDARSHAN

Window to the past

APARNA ANANTHUNI on Abandoned India, a photographic exhibition by Melbourne photographer Kip Scott

Shiamak Davar’s winter warmer

Bollywood dance group’s Winter Funk event warms the soul, writes RAWEENA RAVAL

The human condition in the Internet age

We might be robots, but robots have feelings too. SALMA SHAH reviews a newly released collection of short stories.

On history and religion

Recent offerings from the bookshelves take us back to our roots

Taking the easy road

New anthology of short stories by Avijit Sarkar examines nuances of behaviour within Australia’s Indian community, writes SALMA SHAH

India Links in Oz that go back 200 years

The East of India – Forgotten trade with Australia explores early and current links between the two countries, writes Lena Peacock

Dance extraordinaire

Shantala Shivalingappa and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui bring contemporary Kuchipudi to the stage in 'Play' at the OzAsia Festival 2015, writes AVI CHANDIOK

Get your Winter Funk on!

Bling, beats and Bollywood warm up the audience at Shiamak’s annual winter funk, writes SIMMI BAKSHI