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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.

Seeking an Australia of colour

The impact of on-screen diversity on real life harmony

#justnotthatmany: A call for higher on-screen visibility

Artists of South-Asian origin take a stand against the lack of diversity in our performing arts landscape

Janaki Lele: Making the cut at Adelaide Fringe

Paper artist Janaki Lele makes it to the Adelaide Fringe

When Mad March begins in February

It’s been an art-soaked few weeks for the culture vulture

Rhythm and harmony

Sydney’s Sumukha Jagadeesh presents his mridangam arrangetram