Members of New Zealand Carnatic Music Society, Auckland were entertained by a grand Violin concert of Violin Vidwan Shri B Ananthakrishnan accompanied by Ghatam Vidwan Shri Trichy Murali and Shri Avinash Jeyashankar on Mridangam.

In Deepavali function organised by the Dunedin Tamil Society, music and dance by solo and group performances engaged the audience.

High Commission of India, Australia organised Gandhi Jayanthi celebrations at Gandhi’s statue at Glebe Park, Canberra. Acting High Commissioner for India to Australia Mr.P.S. Karthigeyan, local member of legislative assembly Mr Deepak Raj Gupta and community leaders attended the prayer meeting to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Gandhi.

16th Century Nataraja statue acquired by the Art Gallery of South Australia is expected to return to its legitimate place in Tamil Nadu

In Canberra ‘Youth music festival’ featuring upcoming Carnatic music stars from Chennai - Vishnudev Namboothiri, and the Anahita-Apoorva sisters was held

Queen’s Birthday was a memorable one for Carnatic rasikas in Auckland on account of 3 days Music Festival (Sangeethothsavam 2019) conducted by New Zealand Carnatic Music Society. Music students gave performance by vocal, veena and violin.

Newzealand Carnatic music society arranged a classical concert programme of the great flutist Dr.Shashank Subramaniam in Auckland

Auckland Tamil Association organised Kuala Lumpur based ‘Vehaara Arts’ presented a series of items including modern and classical dances for the programme of ‘Tamil Puththaandu Vizha 2019’

Rasikas NZ and Sangeetha Bharathi organized Indian Classical music concert of Sri AS Murali, Indian Classical Vocalist was accompanied by Parur MA Sundareswaran on Violin and TR Sundaresan on Mridangam at the Auckland Performing Arts Centre, Western Springs, Auckland.

Thamizh New Year celebrated by Australian Tamil Cultural Society, Canberra, songs rendered by several students Thillaana dance etc took place

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NZ Thirumurugan Temple closed for general public

Dear Muruga Devotees,Due to the announcement made yesterday with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic situation, the Management Committee of our temple has made the following decision.Effective immediately our NZ Thirumurugan Temple will be closed for general public until further notice.It is important for all of us – including our Temple to do our ...

March 25,2020

Excellent instrumental treat to music lovers

Members of New Zealand Carnatic Music Society and music lovers had the privilege on Sunday 1st March at 4 p.m.  at Mt Eden War Memorial Main Hall, Auckland, were entertained by a team of most talented and legendary musicians. A grand Violin concert showcasing professional Carnatic artistes Violin Vidwan Shri B Ananthakrishnan accompanied ...

March 05,2020

Analysis of Indian Budget 2020-21 at Australian Capital Canberra

As part of the Indian High Commission’s outreach efforts in Australia, an interactive analysis session on “Union Budget 2020-21” was hosted by the Indian High Commission in Canberra in association with the Australia India Business Council and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia on February 28, 2020 at 28, Sydney Avenue, Forrest, ACT 2603.H.E. ...

March 01,2020

DTS Deepavali Celebration 2019

The annual Deepavali function organised by the Dunedin Tamil Society was held on Saturday, the 16th of November at the Union Hall, University of Otago and the event was attended by over 120 people, with guests from as far as Christchurch and Kurow. Guests of honour were Hon Clare Curran, MP Dunedin South and Dr ...

December 04,2019

Deepavali celebrations at Australian Capital Canberra

Australian Tamil Cultural Society, Canberra celebrated Deepavali this year on 26-October at Melrose High School, Canberra.The occasion was graced by Acting High Commissioner Mr Karthikeyan, Mr Deepak Raj Gupta MLA and other distinguished community leaders.The event started with traditional Thamizh Thai Vazhthu. Other notable items included ...

October 31,2019

Deepavali Celebrations (Festival of light) at Australian Federal Parliament, Canberra

The Indian Festival of Lights, is the most widely celebrated festival of the people from the Indian sub-continent and across the whole world. Deepavali means rows of lights, it is the festival symbolising victory of good over evil, light over darkness, and knowledge over ignorance. Though there are many mythological explanations to this wonderful ...

October 25,2019

Australian Capital Floriade 2019 (Flower Festival)

Floriade, Australia’s biggest celebration of spring, at Commonwealth Park in Canberra ended on Sunday 13 October 2019.With over one million blooms on display and free entry, Floriade is the perfect place to experience the beauty of spring. With a diverse and ever expanding program of music, cultural celebrations, food and wine, horticultural ...

October 17,2019


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