Stitching it together

Textile and fashion academics form UTS collaborate with master embroiderers in India to bring new life to India’s rich heritage of thread-work

The Mahatma like we’ve never seen him before

The Makwanas present a collection of rare photographs from Gandhi’s life, digitally restored and coloured.

Dancing at the Garbas

You whirl around imitating others around you, and then you start adding your own flourishes, wrist flicks or arm waves.

‘Classical dance is pure joy’

Her reputation precedes her as highly renowned Odissi exponent Madahavi Mudgal arrives this month in Australia for her first ever performances in Adelaide and Melbourne. An artist of great calibre she received the Sanskriti Award and...

RIP, Kalpana Lajmi

India’s film world loses another stupendous talent.

Sam Evans: Australia’s first PhD in tabla

Melbourne-based musicologist drums up support for an ancient musical tradition

Young violinist to perform with Australian World Orchestra in India

Sagar Nagaraj has been invited to perform in India this month as part of the prestigious Australian World Orchestra (AWO), writes USHA RAMANUJAM ARVIND
Ed Husain The House Of Islam.Indian Link

Islam through a different lens

Ed Husain talks about the mainstream and pluralist form of Islam with Tasneem Chopra at the Melbourne Writers Festival. APARNA ANANTHUNI reports.
Andhi Daud Sydney.Indian Link

Plenty of LOLs …. And some lessons

How closely does your family life reflect the Indian-Australian quandaries reflected in Vividha Arts’ new play Andhi Daud? writes NEHA MALUDE

A joy to behold

The young debutante was able to convince the audience, at the end of her performance at Newcastle’s St. Phillip Christian College, that she was indeed blessed with wonderful talent