THE FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Interview: Anoushka Shankar's Romance with the Sitar

    Interview: Anoushka Shankar's Romance with the Sitar May 2019 - The versatile virtuoso ANOUSHKA SHANKAR TALKS TO KHABAR about her collaborations in world music, the evolution of the sitar, scoring music for the film Shiraz, and much more.

  • People: A Radical Fighter for Climate Solutions

    People: A Radical Fighter for Climate Solutions May 2019 - VARSHINI PRAKASH, a founding member of the Sunrise Movement, is a DYNAMO FOR THE NEW GREEN DEAL. Indian-Americans like Prakash are not avoiding the fight for radical solutions on climate change.

  • Musings: Daddy, What's It Like To Be Indian?

    Musings: Daddy, What's It Like To Be Indian? May 2019 - A chance question from her small, half-Indian son has an American mother musing over her years of marriage—and raising a large family—with a Gujarati doctor.

  • Living: Think Small

    Living: Think Small May 2019 - Supersize it! That American mindset is alive and well when it comes to houses of successful immigrants. Inspired by her years in India, the author, however, makes a case for smaller abodes.

  • Travel: What is Your Travel Style?

    Travel: What is Your Travel Style? May 2019 - Going solo vs. with friends or family. Unplanned wanderings vs. organized itineraries.
    Playing safe vs. taking a chance. There’s no one right way to discover the world, says this
    seasoned traveler.

  • Musings: Unpacking

    Musings: Unpacking April 2019 - HAUNTING MEMORIES FROM MULTIPLE MIGRATIONS, of places loved, left, and lost: Unpacking boxes, muses the author, is an act of unpacking a flood of memories, heavy with the weight of time.

  • Interviews: MALLIKA SARABHAI: Powering Change through the Performing Arts, & SAMIA MALIK, the Voice Behind the Stories

    Interviews: MALLIKA SARABHAI: Powering Change through the Performing Arts, & SAMIA MALIK, the Voice Behind the Stories April 2019 - MALLIKA SARABHAI: DANCER, ACTIVIST, ICON, and singer Samia Malik talked to Khabar in Atlanta. They each challenge antiquated patriarchal traditions and advocate for feminism and more.

  • Perspective: My Two Lives: JEWISH INDIAN AND AMERICAN

    Perspective: My Two Lives: JEWISH INDIAN AND AMERICAN April 2019 - Born in rural India, the author was orphaned just days after birth. A loving white Jewish family adopted her, though she still struggled in America, being adopted and a minority.

  • Journeys: Singapore, Foodie Heaven

    Journeys: Singapore, Foodie Heaven April 2019 - SINGAPORE: A FOODIE HEAVEN where hawker markets are a national treasure. The tiny island nation offers Chinese, Indian, and Malay cuisines, with influences from Indonesia, Korea, and Japan.

  • Commentary: The Great Indian Paradox

    Commentary: The Great Indian Paradox April 2019 - Are women in India making progress? Yes, absolutely, and some trends—such as the number of female airline pilots—will astonish you. But the story of women’s progress in India is complicated.

 

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