For the second year running, South Asian Studies Programme (SASP) celebrated Deepavali with Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS). On 6 November 2013, a total of 50 staff and students got together to enjoy good food and company. The event kicked off with A/P Vineeta Sinha, Head of SASP, welcoming everyone to the tea and thanking them for coming. She was pleased that we were able to hold this event again and hoped it would be a tradition between SASP and ISAS. Prof Tan Tai Yong, Director of ISAS, echoed her sentiments and mentioned that it was certainly a good and auspicious way of continuing SASP-ISAS collaboration.