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  • Books: How Relevant is the Gita in our Modern World?

    Books: How Relevant is the Gita in our Modern World? September 2021 - Global Gita: Review & Interview: A new book explores the Bhagawad Gita’s message for a modern world buffeted by change and challenges.

  • Excerpt: Reflections on an Emerging Community

    Excerpt: Reflections on an Emerging Community September 2021 - Rise of Indian-Americans: The book’s contributors include academics, former diplomats, journalists, community leaders, and analysts.

  • Flash Fiction: The Unexpressed

    Flash Fiction: The Unexpressed September 2021 - Mystery of the Metal Trunk: For a young bride in India, it used to be a one-way journey—and a metal trunk held all her worldly goods.

  • IndiaScope: India Travel: What to Expect in Trying Times

    IndiaScope: India Travel: What to Expect in Trying Times September 2021 - Following a disruption, flights to India resumed in a controlled travel corridor. TINAZ PAVRI, who took advantage of this “air bubble,” writes about her recent visit to Mumbai.

  • Interview: Helping India, Breath by Breath

    Interview: Helping India, Breath by Breath September 2021 - Q&A: Ramanan Laxminarayan: Insights on how experts and volunteers mobilized in an emergency to help people halfway across the world.

  • Monsoon of Memories: Tel Maalish! Oil for thought, comfort and warmth

    Monsoon of Memories: Tel Maalish! Oil for thought, comfort and warmth September 2021 - The row of loved ones forming a queue and oiling each other’s hair was what made Sundays special. Was it just a ritual or a comforting tradition that, for a few minutes, tied us together with strands?

  • Travel: My “Eat Pray Love”Adventure

    Travel: My “Eat Pray Love”Adventure September 2021 - A Solo Journey Across America: Hitting the road for a long drive in the pandemic’s shadow, a writer and mother visits her son in college.

  • Independence Day: Euphoric Memories from A Distant Past

    Independence Day: Euphoric Memories from A Distant Past August 2021 - Of First Bicycle and Fragrant Flowers: “Heavenly” are some of the author’s cherished memories of her childhood in India—from a bygone era.

  • Independence Day: London’s India House: A storied hub of the Independence Movement

    Independence Day: London’s India House: A storied hub of the Independence Movement August 2021 - London's Hotbed of India's Freedom Struggle: This mansion in a nondescript part of the city was a storied hub that attracted revolutionaries and birthed initiatives.

  • Books: Celebrating the Power of Fiction

    Books: Celebrating the Power of Fiction August 2021 - There’s no magical realism in The Reading List, but a kind of magic propels this debut novel by Sara Nisha Adams, who has written a love letter to literature, books and libraries. Adams is an editorial director at a publishing house in London.

 

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