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When the music takes you back

It was a confluence of times as two greats of contemporary Indian music performed in Perth. UMA NAIR writes.

Kathak central: Guru and Shishya present a spectacular recital

Kathak exponent Prerana Deshpande presents a recital with disciple Helena Joshi.

Exploring human body’s chakras through dance

Trio of male dancers, led by Melbourne-based artist Dr Sam Goraya, offers veritable treat. PREETI JABBAL writes.

Himalaya through their eyes

Art exhibition displays work by students of 3 Idiots fame school in Ladakh. HARSHAD PANDHARIPANDE reports.
Until The Lions.Indian Link

Until the lions have their say…

A story from the Mahabharata is retold in contemporary dance at this year’s OzAsia Festival

Over the fence: What do our Neighbours look like in 2017?

Indian families have been a part of Australian society for many decades but it is only now we’re beginning to see a reflection of this on screen. ANEETA MENON reports
Durga Puja.Indian Link

On Durga Puja, a nostalgic throwback to an enduring melody

85-year-old Bengali musical tradition lives on in Australia

Lights, camera, dance!

End-of-year concert gives students a taste of the stage, writes SYDNEY SRINIVAS

Odissi production Mystery of Chakras has audiences in a spin

Dr.Sam Goraya's 'Mystery of Chakras' performance was an energising, electrifying and slightly meditative experience in itself. DEEPA GOPINATH writes.

Sydney Festival Director Wesley Enoch’s TOP TEN

A mix of dance, circus, music… and a bit of naughty!