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Sriyah, Nrityagram Dance Ensemble

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Sriyah, performed by the Nrityagram Dance Ensemble, one of the ten foremost dance companies of the world, comprises the Artistic Director/Choreographer and dancer Surupa Sen, with dancers Pavithra Reddy and Bijayini Satpathy and four musicians: Sanjib Kunda on Violin, Parshuram Das on Flute, Sibasankar Satapathy - Mardala (percussion) and singer Jateen Sahu.

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The Indian Experience, Shared History 2012

NRITYAGRAM Shared History

This September, Teamwork Productions again brings the annual Shared History Festival, The Indian Experience to South Africa. This Indian tapestry of Culture: Music, Dance, Theatre and Food, will take all South Africans on a thrilling experience of everything Indian lifestyle.

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Kailash Kher & Kailasa

You wouldn’t know it by looking at him, as he is just over five feet tall, but Indian singer Kailash Kher is big…in fact, he’s huge.

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Shubha Mudgal Dinner

Shubha Mudgal Dinner

Experience an evening with Shubha Mudgal at Swad Restaurant, Melrose Arch on the 7th of September, book now to avoid disappointment and receive a free ticket to the concert on the 9th of September!

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Shubha Mudgal by India Club

shubha mudgal south africa

Shubha Mudgal performing live at the Linder Auditorium, 9 September, Johannesburg, South Africa as part of the Shared History 2011, The Indian Experience

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Festival of India Showcase

Festival of India

Festival of India is the latest exploration of Indian culture in South Africa. Over the next few months discover Indian classical masterpieces, musical and dance talent from traditional folk art to contemporary Bollywood. The showcase festival runs officially from today Friday 23rd into August

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Of Mother and Land

Heroism of unsung women lauded

Women - South Africans of Indian Origin, is written by award-winning academic and columnist Devi Moodley Rajab with veteran photojournalist, Ranjith Kally was launched in Gauteng on the 28th March 2011. Publishing House: Jacana Media

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