events diary

Lenasia: ISKCON Festival of Chariots

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Festival of Chariots with ISKCON, the Hare Krishna Temple will be hosting a grand festival! All welcome on complimentary entertainment, food & dinner.

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Karthigai Deepam

A sadhu is playing a conch to welcome the gods coming out of Arunachaleswarar Temple. Karthigai Deepam festival of Lights.

Why Kaarthigai Deepam which is older than Deepavali & Navaratri. The full story here...

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Bharatanatyam With Roshel Ramsamy Nardhamuni chatted with Shivohum Fine Arts Dance Teacher, Roshel Ramsamy Nardhamuni, for some insight into the authentic ancient dance

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Harry Mama Is Back With The ‘Uncles’

Harry & the Uncles

After their record-breaking sold-out tours in 2013 and 2014, the entertainment legends Vikash Mathura and Ray Maharaj are back with a brand new rib-tickling comedy show!

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Winners of Duke of Edinburgh Cup set for royal treat

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The winners are Mr Mervin Mudaly and Mr Kevin Naidoo from Pietermaritzburg, representing Golden Horse Casino who are off to London.

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IIFA returns to Malaysia

IIFA Malaysia

The 2015 showcase of Indian cinema has been confirmed as Malaysia. IIFA for me is a family experience and one that I cherish forever and South Africa can be proud to be among the first countries to break the news.

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Raga Ecstasy

talvin singh tabla artist

Inner Circle presents another classical concert with Purbayan Chatterjee on Sitar and Talvin Singh on tabla. Book Now!

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Purtassi Prayers At Home, The How-To Guide

purtassi prayers

The worshippers then move into the house/temple chanting the Garuda Patthu. Each verse ends with the devotees chanting Govinda! Govinda! Govinda!

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Incredible Spice Men


Chefs Tony Singh and Cyrus Todiwala want to transform the way British dishes are cooked at home. From Tuesday 16 September at 21:00 on BBC Lifestyle channel 184 on DStv

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How To: Lakshmi Pooja & Significance


Varalakshmi literally means the boon granting Goddess and 'Vratham' means a strict observance of certain rituals and practice. Find out how to observe it.

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