This is a humble attempt to list the top 10 jewels who have made the Sikh community proud, through hard work and dedication that has become their trademark over the years. Honestly, it was not an easy job.
Sikhs have been setting examples for the world when it comes to serving the society or helping the needful. Gurudwaras in Auckland also do different activities in order to help the community.
Well while enjoying the life to the fullest, Sikhs also follow Sikh customs by heart. These customs or principles not only inspire Sikhs but people from different religious backgrounds too.
Sri Guru Nanak Devji was the first of the Sikh Gurus the founder of Sikhism. The teachings of Sikhism, also called ‘Gurbani’, highlights the principle of equality and denies any discrimination based on caste, religion or gender.
Fashion now has a new name. He is being hailed and admired as one of India’s best dressed Prime Ministers.
We Eat, We love, We Pray, and that’s how we usher in the festivities. There are many important things in life. Learning, growing, loving and exploring are things that each of us should take time out for.
Prof Deshpande’s seminar, entitled “Women’s Vote in Indian Elections: Has Gender Arrived?”, examined the nature of women’s vote casting in India.
Gagan Saxena, from Auckland Council Building Control Department, enlightens us about housing in Auckland.
To mark the auspicious day, houses and business premises are renovated and decorated. Entrances are made colorful with lovely traditional motifs of Rangoli designs to welcome the Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity.
Belongs to Shivani Arora, executive chef at India Gate Restaurant, who cooks and serves food to thousands, not only within the Kiwi-Indian community but also beyond
The Indian Weekender and I am Woman are proud to have been a part of Auckland Peace City Celebration of Nuclear Free New Zealand event was organized by the Whau Local Board along with the members of the Peace Foundation and Waitakere Ranges.
Kolkata comes to Auckland on these six days of festivities, even if they are squeezed into the three days of a weekend. Let us savour the flavours of luchi and kanshamangsho with our Kiwi-Bengali community
Dr Sonzogni’s seminar drew upon his research into the world-wide diffusion, reception and translations of the Pañcatantra, an ancient Indian collection of animal fables believed to have been authored by the Indian sage Pandit Vishnu Sarma around 200 BCE.
Do not miss a chance to celebrate Navratri with the Garba. Here we bring you the list of different Dandiya and Garba events happening in Auckland during Navratri.
From energetic Garba performances to melodic devotional hymns, Auckland is celebrating Navaratri with great zeal and devotion
15 Kiwi fashion design students join hands to create western outfits made from traditional Indian textiles. Their work is showcased at the New Zealand Fashion Week
Assamese classical dancer, Dr Menaka PP Bora, will be the star
performer at the Auckland Diwali festival this year. Here is a sneak-peak at the performer and her achievements
Sandringham’s aromatic streets, vibrant spice stalls and even its traffic cannot help but remind you of India.
Zara Iqbal wins hearts and accolades with her ‘Killer Mouthwash’ project that seeks to determine the effectiveness of the healthcare product across many brands
Radio Tarana celebrated Indian Independence day Bollywood style. Bollywood star Govinda was the main attraction of the event ‘festival of India’, where he not only danced but also sung for the audience.