Confluence of Urdu, Hindi poetry with communities

Venkat Raman Urdu and Hindi poetry enthusiasts of the Indian Sub-Continent and of Fijian origin are set to meet in Auckland next week for an evening of ‘serious fun.’ Auckland based Urdu and Hindi Cultural Association of New Zealand is organising a ‘literary engagement’ on Saturday, November 9, 2019 at Fickling Convention Centre, located at 546 Mount Albert Road, Three…

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Telangana Association plans Music and Comedy Night

Telangana Association plans Music and Comedy Night

Dorothy Winstone Centre, Auckland October 4 at 630 pm Venkat Raman Auckland based Telangana Association of New Zealand is organising its ‘Telugu Comedy and Entertainment Night’ on Saturday, October 4, 2019 at Dorothy Winstone Centre of Auckland Girls Grammar School, Howe Street in Auckland City. The Programme, which is scheduled to be held from 630 pm to 930 pm, will…

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Traditional music and dance resound South Indian culture

Traditional music and dance resound South Indian culture

Venkat Raman Producing the First Indian Newslink Festivals of South India has been an exciting experience. That excitement is shared by five Associations that have organised the event on Saturday, September 21, 2019 at Sacred Heart College Auditorium located at 250 West Tamaki Road, Glendowie, Auckland. The highlight of the evening would be traditional music and dance; we have determinedly…

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Dancer takes Sub-Continent Culture to Whangarei

Dancer takes Sub-Continent Culture to Whangarei

‘Beyond Bollywood’ Show by Monisha Kumar Venkat Raman Northlanders would have a unique opportunity of witnessing the cultural mix of the Indian Subcontinent as a talented young woman presents an evening of performing arts. Monisha Kumar, an acclaimed choreographer, producer, director, teacher and a Master of fine arts will present ‘Beyond Bollywood,’ a kaleidoscope of colour, costumes and dances of…

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Prayas launches Actors Workshop for children

Prayas launches Actors Workshop for children

Staff Reporter One of the largest Community Theatre groups of New Zealand is launching a series of Actors Workshops for children next month. Organised and promoted by ‘Prayas,’ a professional, not-for-profit theatre group which has produced and presented several successful plays for well over 14 years, the Workshops will be facilitated by Padma Akula, an Award-winning film and theatre artiste…

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