A season of lights and literary fests

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The Indian diaspora in Australia has been making waves in several fields. Rashesh Bhavsar, CEO & co-founder of Fortune Wealth Creation Group, is one of them. For a few years now, he has been working to make a difference in people’s lives. And a mark he has made. A Member of Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT), a nomination for the Rising Star of the Year award, and one of the first Indian financial advisers to be on panel speakers at the Trade and Investment Expo, you can read all about Rashesh and the work he does as The Indian Sun has done an extensive interview with him.

For those tracking the Jaipur Lit Fest, JLF Adelaide, the only Australian satellite event for the iconic JLF, will take place at the Adelaide Festival Centre from 1-3 November.

Across 40 free events, JLF Adelaide will bring together more than 60 writers, thought leaders, activists and artists from India, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, The Netherlands, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom. The program will celebrate Asia’s stories, heritage and rich culture while also exploring Australia’s place in the region—including the shared interests, understanding and relationships with global powers India and China.

Described as “the greatest literary show on earth”, JLF is an annual literary extravaganza produced by Teamwork Arts and held in Rajasthan, India. Over the past decade the Festival has hosted more than 2000 speakers and welcomed more than 1.2 million participants.

Check out The Indian Sun newsletter as well as www.ozasiafestival.com.au/jlf for more details.

Diwali is around the corner and there will be celebrations all around. Sweets, fireworks and of course gifts. For those wondering how to transfer money to family and friends in India, World Remit has the answer for that.

WorldRemit serves 150 countries, including many in Asia, Africa and Latin America, and has partnered with mobile money firms that helped revolutionise the lives of many people, who often do not have bank accounts, by making mobile phones a way to transfer money inside countries. They also offer their services at a lower price, which makes it possible for people to send lower amounts when their families need money urgently. Give it a try this season.

 

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