Indian classical guitarist Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. Picture: Jonathan Wong I was brought up in Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, in the west of India. I was lucky to be born into a family of musicians – music runs in the blood. From the beginning, I heard the sound of music coming from all parts of our large home. My mother, father, brothers and sisters used to play or sing. So, since childhood, the nuances of Indian classical music went into my ears.
Indian actress Zeenat Aman reflects on her career, Bollywood and life
Zeenat Aman reflects on her career, Bollywood and life
India by the Bay festival in Hong Kong: authors, a Bollywood star and a Parsee feast among the attractions
As a teenager growing up in Kenya, Dr Ramesh Pattni was interested in Hindu scriptures. He was particularly interested in the ancient text known as The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, a collection of 196 Indian aphorisms on the theory and practice of yoga.
“Money, name, fame and a string of hits – I had it all. I had friends whom I could party with at any time and awards that were coveted by many.
Whether you’re an art lover, movie buff, or general culture vulture, Hong Kong never fails to entertain. From a culinary celebration at Taste of Hong Kong, to a boozy weekend at the Hong Kong Sevens.
The Wild is the Grass series of shows taking place at Tai Kwun this weekend combine elements of dance, comedy, acting, music, text and mime.
Now in its fifth year India by the Bay brings the best of India to Hong Kong. The diverse and eclectic festival program features music, dance, film, theatre, yoga, literature, art and of course food for audiences to savour.
India by the Bay returns for its fifth edition from 1-9 March, 2019. The Festival will again look to offer HongKongers an insight into Indian culture and history through a diverse and eclectic programme including music, dance, film, food, theatre, yoga, literature and art.