Monash University was pleased to be part of the second annual Confluence Festival of India in Australia.
The festival once again presented a colourful and collaborative tapestry of diverse dance, music, theatre and visual arts from India.
A sold out solo performance of Ansh, by Nrityagram’s dance doyenne Bijayini Satpathy, saw the capacity audience enjoy a stunning display of Indian classical dance. The show, at Monash, was choreographed by Surupa Sen and attended by Consul General of India Manika Jain.
Confluence means a coming together of people or ideas, flowing together like two rivers do when they merge. The festival is a recognition and celebration of India and Australia’s rapidly developing relationship aiming to foster local community connections and enhance the existing strong cultural bonds between India and Australia.
Study at Monash