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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...

Urdu Mahabharata e-book in Rekhta’s virtual library

Urdu virtual library at www.Rekhta.org. Source: rekhta.org It's a virtual library where some 90,000 titles in Urdu - including the Mahabharata and the Quran, as also autobiographies, fiction,...

Sikh Heritage: A succinct and delightfully-photographed glimpse into the Sikh community

There have been plenty of books on Sikhs, their valour, their customs and their culture, but what makes Sikh Heritage: A History Of Valour And Devotion standout is that it encompasses not...

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...

Book review: Fern Road by Angshu Dasgupta

At a time when readers are more and more often confronted with a chaotic oversupply of clutter and social media stimuli, Angshu Dasgupta has achieved a beautiful balance in this, his first published book, Fern...

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.

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,...

Sarhadein: Bonds of humanity vs borders of blood

Acts of kindness that cross religious divides was the focus of Natyadarpan Indian Theatre Academy’s latest presentation Sarhadein, presented recently at Chandler Theatre. The India-Pakistan partition in 1947...

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.

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,...