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Nitin Sawhney: Beyond Skin revisited at OzAsia

Twenty years after he produced Beyond Skin, critically acclaimed musician Nitin Sawhney revisited his seminal album at Adelaide’s OzAsia Festival 2019.

PARI for artists: Parramatta’s first independent contemporary art space

PARI, AKA Parramatta Artists Run Initiative is Parramatta’s first independent contemporary art space opened this month by Indian-origin artist

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,...

Karnataka’s legendary saxophonist Kadri Gopalnath passes away

Late Saxophonist Kadri Gopalnath Karnataka's legendary saxophonist Kadri Gopalnath died at a private hospital in Mangalore on Fri 11 Oct. He was 69. "Gopalnath died due to cardiac...

The Great Malayalee Tragicomdey: Naduvil’s Marameedan

Amateur Malayalee theatre group takes to the stage with Marmeedan, a political satire inspired by Bharathendu Harishchandra’s Andher Nagari

Bhoomi: Mother Earth Speaks – A music and dance event

Seetha suffered considerably due to Rama’s over-adherence to dharma (righteousness), but stoically, she did not give voice to her torment. It was left for her to prove that she was pure. This...

Tender Heart: A novel Indian experience through Katy’s eyes

Indefatigable - a term to describe a person who persists tirelessly. This is the word that comes to mind when I hear of yet another effort on the part of Katy Fitzgerald...

Two men, one mission

Gandhi and Tagore.We’ve uttered these two names together so many times in the same breath, you’d think they were cut from the same cloth. And so it came...

Pandit Ravi Shankar’s memorabilia found in Mumbai scrap shop

SMM Ausaja, a film archivist and poster collector, has discovered a tattered suitcase that belonged to Pandit Ravi Shankar and his son Shubho. The suitcase contains original musical notes, handwritten letters,...

Brimful of Asha

Canadian theatre artist Ravi Jain spoke to Indian Link about his upcoming show at the Melbourne Arts Festival, his co-artist mother and some theatre making.