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OUR COVER STORY
September 2018 -
GENERATION 1.5: Longtime desi immigrants who see themselves as both Indian and American feel tied to both their native land and their adoptive land, in a hyphenated, in-between world.
August 2018 -
In Atlanta, Junior Anand Gupta was living the American dream. He moved back to India, resolving to give one day a week for a social cause. He is now a warrior for women's safety.
July 2018 -
The lives of tens of thousands of Indian immigrants will be uprooted and destroyed if the Trump administration moves ahead with its hardline proposals regarding these legally arrived immigrants.
June 2018 -
In dance, music, and cuisine, vibrant artistes and chefs are showcasing the best of two worlds—their North American upbringing and their Indian heritage—and redefining Indian-American culture.
May 2018 -
Nextflix documentary "Daughters of Destiny" introduces us to Shilpa Raj, a Dalit who attended an Indian-American's Shanti Bhavan school and wrote her memoir, "The Elephant Chaser’s Daughter."
April 2018 -
Our history from 1960s solitude and adventures where remnants of segregation still existed, to today’s oversaturated Indianization of our American lives--with interviews of some of our pioneers.
March 2018 -
Expressing dissent—or challenging prejudice—is tricky for minorities. Comedians Hasan Minhaj, Kumail Nanjiani, Hari Kondabolu, and Maria Qamar are grabbing people's attention.
February 2018 -
Saffron, cardamom, even chilies and chai…in chocolates! From Michelin-starred chefs to path-breaking entrepreneurs, Indian-Americans are in the world of gourmet, artisan chocolates.
January 2018 -
STONE MOUNTAIN TO MOUNT EVEREST! When her dad proposes a trek to the base of Mt. Everest, this unathletic teen is horrified—but her decision to take on the challenge is life-changing.
December 2017 -
Book your ticket, hop on, and make sure you get a window seat! Here’s a warm, nostalgic look at the richly textured experience of train travel in India.