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Artists inhale Mayurbhanj

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.

Research / News
People links central to the New Zealand-India relationship

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 / News
Graduating from the network

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.

Leadership Network / News
Opinion: 150 years since Gandhi's birth his example still shines

In commemoration of the 150th year since Mahatma Gandhi's birth, Leadership Network member Arish Naresh writes about why Gandhi's teachings are as relevant today as they were 100 years ago.

Leadership Network / News
South India Hui
reveals country's contrasts and contradictions

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.

Arts / News
Artist learns from marigolds and masters in Odisha

Artist Quishile Charan describes learning traditional dying techniques from master textile makers in the North Indian state of Odisha. Quishile's research will contribute towards her practice that foc

Media / News
Bangalore media internship confronting but inspiring

Wellington journalist Eleanor Wenman describes her time interning at the Deccan Herald in Bengaluru (Bangalore) - a city she found confronting, chaotic and beautiful.

Arts / News
Traditional Indian dance to grace 2017 Diwali festivals

One of India’s most exciting folk dance traditions will grace the stage at the 2017 Diwali Festival of Lights.

News / News
Opinion: Territorial dispute revives Sino-Indian rivalry

A territorial dispute between China and India, which resulted in a ten-week military standoff, has revived a decades-old Sino-Indian rivalry that will become more visible as both nations emerge as the

Education / News
Workshop helps unleash Hindi students' potential

Coinciding with Sir Peter Blake Trust Leadership Week, which was celebrated from 3-7 July, Asia New Zealand Foundation Leadership Network member Kashmir Kaur organised a workshop for Wellington Hindi

Research / News
Untold stories: Anglo-Indians in NZ

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

Research / News
Being Anglo-Indian in NZ - Parvati's story

Parvati Erikson, or Nancy as she was named, was born in Assam state in north-eastern India. The daughter of a British tea planter and a Bengali woman, at the age of two and a half she was left at a Pr

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