The Heritage Arts Initiative

IC Heritage Arts

Over the past 31 years, India Currents has mobilized compelling shifts where we have conveyed fine stories and have ignited passionate revolutions. What has been our pride, in an interconnected international community, has also been the reciprocal trust of our readers.  With intentional leadership, India Currents has inspired and championed thought-leaders to create an immense social, cultural and emotional impact on our growing communities. As we evaluate the emergence of Global Indians and their successes in a diasporic cultural arena, we are confident in our contributions towards this cultural rising. Each revolution sparks opportunity for leading and engaging excellence, as we seek to build spaces to be who we are in our own right, while seeking the sense of rootedness even when transplanted.

India Currents finds fulfillment in this international cultural momentum and calls for the net to be cast further ashore so that we may embrace the impact of our international capacities and striving creative economies. In the coming months, India Currents will feature stories from all over the world.  Our Heritage Arts Initiative in partnership with the Bandish Network, will bring the finest of international opportunities, platforms and artists’ stories right at your digital doorstep.

Over the next months, India Currents seeks to redefine our overarching role as a digital magazine with exclusive features which speak to our sensibilities and rich potentials.

In lead up to the India Currents Global launch, we encourage our readers to bring on board their friends, families, communities and allies from around the world as we up the volume for our collective global heart beat.

You mustn’t miss a Sur, Taal or Taan!

Welcome aboard! We are as excited as our partners for our upcoming launch.

Heritage Arts Curator & Editor,

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