Indian Independence Day
Independence Day in India celebrates the date in 1947 when the Indian Independence Act came into effect, which established India and Pakistan as separate countries, no longer under British imperialist rule. In Australia, Indians are the second-largest group of overseas-born migrants.
Showing solidarity, by engaging with and celebrating the country’s national holiday, is a wonderful way to engage students and promote intercultural understanding, in line with the Australian curriculum.
At Cultural Infusion, we provide an array of talented and experienced Indian presenters that share their cultural heritage through music and dance, including Bollywood performances, Indian instrument workshops and classical dance.
Classical Indian Dance is an immersive music and dance performance of ancient Indian culture, which is available in New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia.
Indian Instrumental Infusion (sitar) provides a unique experience to understand the most recognisable Indian instrument – the Sitar. This program is available in Queensland.
Bollywood Infusion is a vibrant Bollywood Dance workshop to experience Indian culture available in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia.
Contact us to make a booking today! https://culturalinfusion.org.au/contact-us/ (link the “contact us” bit)