Sunday, April 11, 2021

What’s On in Melbourne's Indian community

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What’s Happening This Week!

Movies in Melbourne this weekend

Baaghi 3

baaghi 3


Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan

Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan

Angrezi Medium


Ikko Mikke

Jora 2

Chal Mera Putt 2



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CORONAVIRUS ALERT: Some events that appear below may have been cancelled; please check with organisers


The Southbank Dawn Raga Series
20 Mar (7.30 am) In response to the overwhelming demand from previous events, Multicultural Arts Victoria and Melbourne Arts Centre are back with another series of therapeutic morning ragas. Attendees are encouraged to bring a mat or towel to sit on as they indulge in the calming melodies of traditional raga with a hot cup of chai.
Venue: Arts Centre Melbourne Main Lawn but will be moved to Hamer Hall St Kilda Road foyer in the event of rain.

Dawn Raga Series
13 Mar, 27 Mar (7.30 am) Asia TOPA is bringing the main event of the raga series with the soothing sounds of raga whilst enjoying an authentic cup of morning chai. Yoga mats will be provided.
13 March: Subramanya Sastry & Jay Dabgar
27 March: Josh Bennett & Jay Dabgar
Venue: Bunjil Place Plaza but will be moved to the foyer in the event of wet weather.


Sun 12 Apr (11.00am – 5.00pm) Celebrate Holi at Sri Durga Temple, 795-711 Neale Rd, Deanside. Details 03 97471628


Classes in conversational English
Saturdays (1.00pm – 3.00pm) IndianCare invites you to join in. Come along to SMRC Building, 39 Clow St, Dandenong. Details 03 8312 8805.

Later Events

Singer Neha Kakkar
Sun 29 Mar Venue: Palais Theatre. Details 0432 573 333

Indian All Star Comedy Showcase
9-12 April The Melb International Comedy Festival presents Rohan Joshi, Biswa Kalyan Rath, Azeem Banatwalla and Urooj Ashfaq. Details comedyfestival.com.au

Three Legends of Bollywood
Sun 19 Apr (7.00 pm – 11.00 pm) Udit Narayan, Kumar Sanu and Alka Yagnik will come together on one stage to perform live. Venue: 1 Convention Centre Place South Wharf, VIC 3006. Details 0452 337 387


Sri M visit to Australia
15-30 Mar Eminent Kriya Yoga expert Sri M will visit Melbourne and will meet the public at a series of events.
Details 0401 350 310, 0407 821 342.


Think Peace India Run Festival
Sun 29 Mar (8.30 am – 2.00 pm) Think Peace Organization is hosting a race to raise funds for charities in India and those of Victoria’s bushfires. With zumba and yoga sessions before the race, the event encourages the local Indian community to get active for a better world.
Venue: Birrarung Marr, Federation Square, VIC 3004

To add your notice, email media@indianlink.com.au

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