Hinduism

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Date: May 1994 - May 1995 - 01 May 1994 - 01 May 1995 By: Rupa, Mandrika, active 1990s Ref: OHColl-0063 Description: The collection consists of interviews with 12 Indian women who live in Aotearoa. A wide variety of topics are covered concerning the women's lives in India, ...
"On the one hand I support the anti-smacking law.. On the other hand I support a referendum.. And on the other hand we Nats may not act on the result.. On the other.." 26 June, 2008
Date: 2008 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0006961 Description: Shows the leader of the National Party, John Key, dancing on a stage and with his many arms, in the style of a Hindu god, is very indecisive about what the N...
Date: [ca 1970-1973] By: Dunningham, Margaret Mathie, 1911-1974 Ref: MSX-4910-4911 Description: In `Gupta places' Dunningham explores Gupta culture and antiquities and writes of her visits to Bihar and Madhya Bharat and in `Sojourn at Sanchi' she descri...
Date: [194-] By: Castle, Ronald Brian, 1907-1984 Ref: MS-Papers-11768 Description: Postcard to Ronald B Castle from Prof Dattatraya V Gokhale, Poona (Pune) India, [194-] containing references to Hindu religion and Indian literature. Also co...
Date: 1887 From: Pritchett, Robert Taylor, 1823-1907 :Sketches for Lady Brassey's `Last Voyage'. 1886-1887. By: Pritchett, Robert Taylor, 1823-1907 Ref: E-022-q-013 Description: A view of a village with a stupa tower in its centre, sea on the left and crowds of people on the beach Reproduced as a chromolithograph with title Religiou...
Photograph album
Date: 1939-1954 From: Barrett, Brian Edward, 1923-1975: Photographs relating to service with the Royal Air Force and the Royal New Zealand Air Force Ref: PA1-f-314 Description: Photograph album compiled by Brian Barrett, ca 1950s. The photographs relate to Barrett's service with the Royal Air Force and the Royal New Zealand Air Forc...
Date: 09 Oct 2008 From: New New Zealanders oral history project By: Locker-Lampson, Anna, active 2001; Ghimire, Bal Krishna, 1968- Ref: OHInt-1039-03 Description: Interviewer(s) - Anna Locker-Lampson Quantity: 1 digital sound recording(s) digital sound recording(s). 1 printed abstract(s) OHA-7655. 1 interview(s). 1.45...
Ref: Eph-A-RELIGION-Hindu Description: See child records for details Quantity: 1 folder(s). Physical Description: Fliers and booklets, sizes varying up to 230 mm.
Ref: Eph-A-RELIGION-Hinduism Description: See child records for details Quantity: 1 folder(s). Physical Description: Fliers and booklets, sizes varying up to 240 mm.
From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers Ref: EP-Religion-Hinduism Description: Photographs relating to Hinduism compiled for internal use by the Library of the Evening Post newspaper, ca 1950-2000.
Ref: Eph-B-RELIGION-Hinduism Description: See child records for details Physical Description: Fliers and booklets, sizes varying up to 330 mm.
Date: 2006 By: Asia New Zealand Foundation Ref: Eph-D-ETHNIC-Indian-2006-01 Description: Shows a photograph of a woman in traditional Indian costume, standing with her left arm raised and her right hand in front of her. Quantity: 1 colour photo...
Date: 2004 By: Asia New Zealand Foundation Ref: Eph-D-ETHNIC-Indian-2004-01 Description: Shows a photograph of a woman in traditional Indian costume, leaning over and holding a blue candle. The celebrations were to include lights and decorations,...
Gilmour, Jack, 1892-1951 :And still they come! Wellington, New Zealand truth, the people's paper. 21 February 1925
Date: 1905 From: Various artists :Collection of newspaper clippings, photocopies and bromides of cartoons by Hiscocks (A-315-1), T. Lloyd (A-315-2), various artists from the "Ladies' Journal", "The Freelance", "New Zealand Graphic" and "Melbourne Punch" (A-315-3), Nisbet (A-315-4-001/012) and Malcolm Evans (A-315-5). By: Gilmour, John Henry, 1892-1951 Ref: A-315-3-045 Description: Shows three immigrants attempting to enter 'God's own country' (New Zealand, watched suspiciously by a British immigrant and a New Zealand man. The left-had ...