Diwali 2013

Diwali 2013

Wisdom and Wealth combine to foster prosperity

Although Diwali has acquired commercial connotations in recent years, it remains a traditional festival of Hindus, with varied meanings and manifestations. The single most important

Diwali 2013

Ganesh Puja energies new financial year

Lord Ganesha is considered as God of Wisdom and Destroyer of all evil and obstacles. Hindus therefore perform Ganesh Puja to solemnise an occasion and

Diwali 2013

Greetings from us

Forget the troubles of the world. Leave your worries for another day, another time. Ignore all those terrorists and mischief-makers for a while. This is

Diwali 2013

Indian connection adds value to New Zealand

Happy Diwali. I wish you all the very best for your celebrations. The Festival of Lights is an important celebration for many people in New

Diwali 2013

Introspection helps assess human values

Namaste. With the Festival of Lights now only a matter of weeks away, I want to wish everyone in New Zealand’s vibrant Indian community a

Time-honoured tradition earns respect

Shubh Diwali and Happy New Year! Diwali in Aotearoa is both a celebration of an ancient festival; and a celebration of our South Asian identity.

Diwali 2013

Religious plurality transcends the festive spirit

Diwali, also known as the ‘Festival of Lights,’ is a Festival of significance celebrated throughout the Indian Subcontinent and any place with a large Indian

Diwali 2013

Temple plans Festival on Diwali eve

Lord Muruga, revered as the ‘God of Tamils’ (although worshipped as Kartikeyan by some people in other parts of India) and other Hindu Deities will

Diwali 2013

A fundraiser for Puketapapa School

Music, dance, drama, raffles, refreshments and a host of other activities will be held as a part of Diwali Festival at Mt Roskill Grammar School

Diwali 2013

Cantabrians set for the Day

The Christchurch Indian Social & Cultural Club will celebrate Diwali on Saturday, October 26 at the CBS Canterbury Arena in Christchurch. Preparations are under way

Diwali becomes a multinational Festival

Deepawali is the Festival of Light celebrated in India for the past thousands of years. From grass-thatched mud huts to palaces and from commercial organisations

Keralites begin festivities with Onam

The spirit of goodwill and harmony, embellished by exquisite food and variety entertainment was the highlight of the Onam celebrations organised by Auckland Malayali Samajam

Malayalis mark Onam in Christchurch

The Christchurch Kerala Association and the Kerala Cultural Forum celebrated this year’s Onam in separate venues. Each event was attended by 200 Keralites living in

Diwali 2013

Dreams are made for the strong-willed

A few years ago, a few would have thought that this young and energetic woman from Suva (Fiji) would not only ‘shake the earth’ but

Absorbing history elevates festive spirit

Bright lights and lamps decorating streets. Fireworks blasting, illuminating the night sky. Sweets and gifts distributed to family and friends. Songs of praise to God,

Welcome legendary Meera to your home

On the occasion of Diwali, I am fortunate to offer you a bumper gift of purity, spirituality and love. Make a date with ‘Roopa Aur

A Dancing star glistens in South Island

Residents of Dunedin, teachers, learners and followers of Bharata Natyam can expect a professional performance of high quality in Dunedin on October 20. Swaroopa Unni

Maiden Diwali at Alexandra Park

Alexandra Park in Central Auckland, a popular venue for an increasing number of Indian events, will host its first Festival of Lights on Saturday, October

Diwali 2013

Festival illuminates cites across the Tasman

Hindus in Australia celebrate Diwali with enthusiasm and excitement like their counterparts all over the world. They decorate their homes with diyas, candles, colourful electric

Deities exemplify Shirdi Saibaba Temple

Almost ten years ago, writing in our November 1, 2003 issue, Sunkari Laxman, Founder-President of Shirdi Saibaba Sansthan of New Zealand Inc, said that the

Diwali 2013

Mindfulness Meditation removes stress

Are you troubled by stress, anxiety, depression, grief, sleep difficulties, pain or illness? Do you find it hard to focus on what matters most? Are

Diwali 2013

Commercialism erodes sanctity of Diwali

Migrants enrich their adopted country with not only their professional skills but also traditions and culture. People of Indian origin have proved this precept across

Diwali 2013

Manukau Indians commence Navratri with Diwali

Manukau Diwali 2013 was celebrated at Vodafone Event Centre on October 5, 2013. The annual event, organised by Manukau Indian Association (MIA) had a different

Diwali 2013

An extensive store for every family

The growth of supermarkets owned and operated by people of Indian origin has added value to the shopping public and over the years, they have

An instant drape for any woman anywhere

Indian textiles are among the best in the world and the surging demand for a range of items including clothing material and readymade garments have

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