We chat with Jacob Rajan about the Indian Ink Theatre Company play 'Paradise or the Impermanence of Ice Cream', which he co-wrote and starred in.
Almost three years on from his arts residency in Varanasi, India, Eliot Collins looks back on the three months he spent living in the city on the banks of the Ganges.
A new report from the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono highlights the dynamic connections between New Zealand and India – and outlines plenty of opportunities to grow the relationship.
Leadership Network member Kashmir Kaur spoke about her experiences as a Leadership Network member at the network's graduation event held in Wellington this month. This is her speech.
One of India’s most exciting folk dance traditions will grace the stage at the 2017 Diwali Festival of Lights.
In this article, Massey University lecturer Robyn Andrews describes her research examining the history of Anglo-Indians in New Zealand. Linked to at the bottom of this page are vignettes touching upon
Marking 25 years since it debuted at Bats Theatre in Wellington, one of New Zealand's most beloved and iconic plays is again touring.
Despite alert levels forcing Diwali celebrations online for some schools this year, the festival of lights still brought a splash of colour and Indian culture to students around New Zealand.
The Foundation's director business and South Island Alistair Crozier gives his take on some of the key messaging from the recent webinar looking at opportunities in India for NZ businesses.
Artist Lipika Sen describes her residency in Mayurbhanj, India, where she and her co-artist Prabhjyot Majithia stayed in a palace with an erstwhile royal family and silently roaring tigers.
We talk to poet Doc Drumheller, the editor and publisher of art magazine Catalyst, about attending the 39th World Congress of Poets (WCP) in Bhubaneswar, India.
For the 16 Leadership Network members who took part in last month’s South India Hui it was an eye-opening experience that pressed home the massive changes the country is going through.