Maha Shivaratri celebrated on the 1st March in 2022 is a sacred festival honouring the Hindu god of Shiva. It is a day of remembrance in overcoming darkness and ignorance in the world. This celebration is about finding compassion out of emptiness. Through performances, meditation, and prayers at night individuals seek to find a spiritual awakening. It is a day that emphasises the need for holistic wellbeing including both spiritual and physical. Maha Shivaratri is most celebrated in India as it has the biggest Hindu population in the world.
Cultural Infusion recognises the importance of intercultural understanding in facilitating empathy and compassion for others. By facilitating programs holding great historical, social and cultural significance, Cultural Infusion promotes the need to discover the diversities of the world. We have various programs that showcase the rich culture of India through artistic forms of dance and music.
Available in all states with a virtual option available too, our Bollywood Infusion program shows the classical origins of dance and its significance to Indian culture. Whilst being accompanied with some Bollywood tunes students participate in a captivating experience. Our Classical Indian Dance program takes students on the journey of dance and music. Available in Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia, students are sure to be captivated with the colourful designs on traditional clothes and engaging dances.
Exploring the world of Indian music, our Indian Instruments program shares the beauty of melodious instruments used in classical Indian music. Including the tabla and bansuri, students from Victoria are able to participate in a riveting and musically uplifting program.
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