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The first time I’d ever heard of Diluckshan Jeyaratnam was two years ago when my cousin sent me a YouTube link to his cover of “Sollamal Thottu Sellum Thendral”. Admittedly, I tend to not be the biggest Tamil music fan, but that cover got to me somehow. There was something oddly mesmerising and pure about […]

Shankari Chandran was raised in Canberra, Australia. She spent a decade in London, working as a lawyer in the social justice field. She eventually returned home to Australia, where she now lives with her husband, four children and their cavoodle puppy, Benji. In January 2017, she published her first book with Perera-Hussein, Song of the […]

Many will know Toronto raised Rajiv Surendra as Kevin G, everyones favourite rapping mathlete from the hit 2004 teen film ‘Mean Girls’ starring Lindsay Lohan. Dig deep into Rajiv’s life, now in Manhattan, you will find a multi-talented young Tamil man who meets head on the many challenges an artiste faces. Aswell as an actor, […]

Tamil functions in France are known for their extravagance, but this tops it all! The bride & groom make their entrance into a packed, noisy function room on the back of an elephant with huge tusks! The procession led by traditional Tamil musicians makes its way through screaming guests, with the bride & groom precariously seated on top of the […]

praggnavanandhaa international chess master

Praggnanandhaa is no ordinary 11-year-old. He is the worlds youngest international Master and on Sunday 9th October 2016 he successfully defeated Grand Master Alex Bachmann of Paraguay. Competing in the Masters section of the Isle of Man chess championships, Praggnanandhaa’s credible victory was completed swiftly in a mere 18 moves. The Isle of Man Chess […]