India A to Z

Reading Time: < 1 minute

In the lead up to the Indian Independence Day, we go through the alphabet and find, for each letter, an iconic facet of Indian life that screams “India!”

We asked you, our readers, to share your ideas.

We are grateful to those who contributed because their responses show an incredible variety that reflects the vibrancy and dynamism of the country (and to be honest, made us a bit sentimental too).

From patriotic fervour to favourite foods to savour, from the spiritual to the sublime, from traditions to trends, from the heart of India to its hidden corners, we explore everything uniquely Indian from A to Z.

Happy Indian Independence Day!

READ ALSO: Partition Voices: Untold British Stories (Excerpt)

[smartslider3 slider=”7″]

READ ALSO: Chutney tirangi: recipes you’ve probably never heard of

- Advertisement -

Related Articles


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -


Listen to Indian Link’s NEW Travel Podcast

  Indian Link's NEW travel podcast- Feel New In NSW is all about travel and especially made for people who love to explore places in...

It’s National Blood Donor Week

  It’s National Blood Donor Week. In our new podcast host Ekta Sharma speaks to Canberra‘s Nidhi Kaushik who runs an amazing donation campaign every year....

Let’s Talk Boosters: Indian Link podcast

  In LET'S TALK BOOSTERS, a new podcast series by Indian Link, host Ekta Sharma quizzes Dr Kritman Dhamoon of Blacktown Hospital Sydney about booster...
- Advertisement -

Latest News

neil chandran fraud

Indian-origin entrepreneur charged for $45mn investment fraud

  An Indian-origin entrepreneur with ambitious goals of developing virtual-world technologies has been arrested and charged by federal prosecutors in an alleged $45 million investment...
Rajyasree Sen

The Sweet Kitchen: a guide to Indian desserts through the centuries

  A food columnist for years at Wall Street Journal India, Rajyasree Sen has written columns on food for a variety of publications and also...
kids in kitchen

4 reasons to bring children into the kitchen

  The kitchen is a simple and casual place, but it can also be a hub for developing and enhancing your kid's skills, be it...
whalers way birds

Saying no way to Whaler’s Way

  It’s easy to get excited about South Australia’s burgeoning space industry. Supporting a growing space industry, and the vital jobs that come with it,...

Sudarshan Pattnaik creates 125 sand chariots on Rath Yatra eve

  On the eve of Rath Yatra of Lord Jagannath, renowned sand artist Sudarshan Pattnaik has created 125 sand chariots and a sand sculpture of...