Huntingdale: Murrumbeena Primary School students visited Sankat Mochan Mandir today, to experience a Hindu Temple ambience and to learn about the world’s oldest religion – Hinduism. About 160 students of grade 5 and 6 took keen interest about the Hindu culture and ethics. “It was a pleasure to address such aRead More →

Oakleigh: The Festival of Colours, Holi with much fanfare and Rang – dry colours at Princes Highway Reserve here today. Attended by about 5,000 people until dusk on Sunday, the venue was mapped with long queues at the stalls with sumptuous and gastronomic fare, tinker stalls and kids rides including the most popular Camel-Ride, inRead More →

Kew: Melbourne’s Autumnal evening turned into colours of Spring that continued late into the night. In the Holi special Sahitya Sandhya, Chief Guest Tim Smith, Shadow Parliament Secretary, launched a book by Melbourne’s Rajendra Chopra at the Kew Library. Harihar Jha introduced Rajendra Chopra and summarized the poetic compilation, “SamayRead More →

Nitrate-rich beetroot juice might enhance performance among top level athletes according to a joint study from The University of Western Australia, the Western Australian Institute of Sport and the Australian Institute of Sport. Dr Peter Peeling from UWA’s School of Sport Science, Exercise and Health at UWA was one ofRead More →

India based, Kuchipudi dancer, Madhurimaa Narla is in Melbourne and performed at NRISA last month. She earlier performed the Krishna Leela – a ballet depicting the love between Krishna and Radha for another NRISA event, last year. Madhurima is a performing artist, choreographer and propagator of Kuchipudi classical dance artRead More →