What’s on this weekend in Sydney’s Indian community


What’s Happening This Week!

Movies in Sydney this weekend

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Deepavali at Martin Place
Wed 16 Oct (12 noon – 2.00 pm) Cultural program, merchandise stalls, food stalls. Details www.hinducouncil.com.au

Little India Street Fair
Sat 19 Oct (12.30 pm – 10.00 pm) CIA celebrates Diwali with a street fair on Wigram St, Harris Park. Details 0423 894 531

AHIA Diwali
Sat 19 Oct (7.00 pm onwards) Australian Hindi Indians Association Inc presents its annual Diwali gathering at The Sapphire Room, Croatian Club, 921 Punchbowl Rd, Punchbowl.
As AHIA marks its silver jubilee this year, the theme for the evening is: Silver. Details 0411 967 374

Diwali at Gordon Library
Tue 22 Oct (5.00pm – 6.30pm) Ku-ring-gai Council event for young children and families. Venue: Gordon Library, 799 Pacific Highway, Gordon. Bookings essential. Details 02 9424 0120. Details http://www.kmc.nsw.gov.au

Kids’ Diwali
Sun 27 Oct (10.00 am – 4.00 pm) BAPS organises a Kids’ Diwali event including rides, games, cultural shows, food stalls, exhibition. Venue: Grand Pavillion, Rosehill Gardens, James Ruse Drive, Rosehill. Details 02 9760 2277.

Hindu New Year & Annakut Festival (Festival of Gratitude)
Mon 28 Oct (11.00 am – 5.00 pm) BAPS Swaminarayan Mandir, Sydney presents Annakut at Rosehill Gardens, James Ruse Drive, Rosehill. Details 02 9760 2277


Sun 20 Oct (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm) Marking its 10th anniversary, performing arts organisation Silambam Sydney, presents Bharatanatyam production Krishnaarpanam, based on the lilas (playful pastimes) of Lord Shri Krishna. Venue: UNSW Sydney, Entry Gate 14, Barker St Kensington. Details- www.arunagandhi.com/silambamsydney


Yograj Singh
Sat 12 Oct (7.00 pm onwards) Actor and entertainer Yograj Singh at Parravilla Function Centre. Details 0451 485 661.

Atul Khatri – Live in Australia
Fri 1 Nov (7.00 pm) Meet Atul Khatri, one of the best stand-up comedians in India and a Mumbai based businessman who decided to do stand-up comedy. Venue: Comedy Store, Sydney, NSW


Diwali Rooftop Party – Bhangra and Bollywood
Sat 19 Oct (9:00 pm onwards) Home The Venue, 1-5 Wheat Road, #101, Darling Harbour. Details 02 9266 0600


Karwa Chauth Bazaar
Wed 16 Oct (5.00 pm – 9.00 pm) Bowman Hall 35 Campbell St Blacktown. Details 1300 338 368

Karwa Chauth Mela
Thu 17 Oct (4:30 pm – 9:30 pm) Bowman Hall, 35 Campbell St Blacktown. Pooja 4.30pm – 6.30pm. Details 1300 338 368

Punjabi Mela: Himmat Sandhu & Labh Heera
Fri 18 Oct (6:00 pm – 11:00 pm) Bowman Hall, 35 Campbell St Blacktown. Details 0404 724 923

Sakhi Ga Sakhi
19th Oct  Marathi Association Sydney Inc. (MASI) presents Sakhi Ga Sakhi Venue: Durga Auditorium, Regents Park


Taj Mahal: A Timeless Love Story
Sat 26 Oct Swastik Productions presents Taj Mahal in dance, Riverside Theatre Parramatta. Details www.tajmahalsydney.com


550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev: Divine Steps Festival
Sun 10 Nov (10.00am – 4.00pm) Sikh Youth Australia together with Sikh Sangat and Sikh organisations of Sydney, present the Divine Steps Festival, an event celebrating Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s 550th Birth Anniversary and his universal message. The Divine Steps Festival looks to share and celebrate the essence of Guru Nanak Dev Ji by bringing together Sikhs and other faith groups in a spiritual festival honouring his life and Universal message.
The Festival will feature:
 Divine Music Concert of spiritual music and performances from Sikh (Dya Singh World Music group) and other faith traditions.
 Langar (free vegetarian food and drinks)
 A showcase of the history of Guru Nanak Dev Ji and the Sikh faith
 Free health checks (courtesy of Culture Care)
 Jumping castle and entertainment for the whole family
 Fundraising for selected charities – raffles, silent auction
 Sponsored charity udahasi walks
Details 0401 055 271 or Facebook/DivineStepsFestival

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