Wellington Diwali highlights Indian culture

Kaushiki Roy –  While Diwali is mostly summarised as a festival of traditional and contemporary Indian dance and music, mouth-watering food stalls and fireworks display, this year’s went an extra mile educating Wellingtonians about India’s most popular observance. The event was held at the TSB Arena on October 26, 2015. Educational Tent The Wellington Hindi School, which has been supporting…

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Modi extols values of Hindi for globalisation

Sunita Narayan –  India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emphasised the importance of promoting Hindi among the Indian Diaspora and as the means of enhancing globalisation values. Inaugurating the Tenth World Hindi Conference at the Lal Parade Grounds in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh recently, he revealed his vision for the language and the value it can bring towards closer cooperation among…

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Young global leaders due in Auckland next month

Zoros put together an exciting week of events Sanaya Master –  The Sixth World Zoroastrian Youth Congress scheduled to be held in Auckland next month is gathering momentum as the organisers put together a programme that would be useful, informative and entertaining for global delegates. More than 400 persons, including 220 young delegates from across the Continents, are expected to…

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Religious talks in English and Tamil

Chartered Accountant turned spiritualist coming here Venkat Raman –  New Zealanders of all religions and faiths in general and Hindus in particular can seek enlightenment on life, its manifestations and vicissitudes as a young and popular scholar speaking on the teachings of Ramayana and Mahabaratha, two great epics of India. Velukkudi Krishnan will speak on a number of topics including…

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