“Namaste New Zealand” is a bilingual series that blends English and Hindi, showcasing the journeys of individuals of Indian origin who have forged new paths and built thriving lives here in New Zealand. Through heartfelt storytelling, the show illuminates the triumphs and challenges faced by these inspirational individuals as they navigate cultural fusion, entrepreneurship, and the pursuit of their dreams in their adopted homeland. Join us on a captivating exploration of resilience, ambition, and the unifying power of diversity in “Namaste New Zealand.”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VyJjjpTrVuU Sushila Jaduram shares the heartbreaking story of her great grandmother, an indentured labourer from Fiji, as a tragic reminder of the past. Namaste New Zealand was made with help from NZ On Air.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BkYhZWD38fs ‘Kabaddi’ is an Indian sport likened to bullrush, and it’s become increasingly popular in New Zealand. Namaste New Zealand met the Kabaddi NZ Women’s Team, made up predominately of Māori and Pasifika wāhine. Namaste New Zealand was made with…
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