Adelaide is now going through one of its best phases, having transitioned from the fairly unnoticed little capital it was to a dynamic city that boasts of great cuisine, culture and conversation. Replete with a diverse range of eating spots, a buzzing art scene, progressive citizens, and affordable rents, it’s no wonder Adelaide is getting its share in the sun and fast shedding its image of being one of the most provincial and conventional cities in Australia. And The Indian Sun has its ears to the ground to give you news of the Indian diaspora in Adelaide.
Working with us in Adelaide is Saru Rana, who you could say is the face of women’s empowerment in South Australia. Married to a white Australian, born to a Muslim mother and a Sikh father, Saru glorifies multiculturalism within the family, and is known for bringing cultures and communities together. Adelaide is home to Indians from every walk of life, who are making a mark in the community. And Saru walks the talk with them, bringing their stories to life.
More launches this March as The Indian Executive Club got off to a rocking start in Sydney. The business networking club opened its new chapter in Sydney with the launch of the Who’s Who, a compendium highlighting the lives and work of passionate entrepreneurs, leaders, and professionals from the Indian community.
Rohini Kappadath, who in 2016 was appointed Chair of Multicultural Business Ministerial Council by the Victorian Government, couldn’t have stated it better at the launch, when she said, “Multicultural businesses are about family, about relationships, about generating inter-generational prosperity.”
So, here’s to us. And the journey ahead.