THE FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Spiritual Straight Talk:: Sadhguru

    Spiritual Straight Talk:: Sadhguru April 2004 - The whole process of yoga is to make your interiority absolutely in your control. It is a possibility to move from a state of external enslavement...

  • Taking a Shot at Bollywood

    Taking a Shot at Bollywood April 2004 - Everyone has dreams, and mine was to become a Bollywood star. I know it sounds crazy, but please don't laugh. I'll be the first to admit that it was a long shot...

  • Child Speak

    Child Speak April 2004 - A mother recounts how her six-year-old Indian-American daughter adapted to the Indian way of life once the family moved back there.

  • A Representative Chronicle of Diverse: Indian Immigrant Experiences

    A Representative Chronicle of Diverse: Indian Immigrant Experiences March 2004 - SUBURBAN SAHIBS: Three Immigrant Families and Their Passage from India to America by S. Mitra Kalita Reviewed by POORNIMA APTE

  • Chill Out!

    Chill Out! March 2004 - Says ARPAN MAJMUNDAR to a community that he feels tends to deny individuality.

  • “How the villagers became my best teachers?”

    “How the villagers became my best teachers?” February 2004 - Conversations with a Realized Master about God, religion, politics, and above all, bringing spirituality to our practical daily lives.

  • No More of Queue Sera Sera

    No More of Queue  Sera Sera February 2004 - Second generation Indian Americans want to reconnect with their roots. Often it is through social work that has them physically traveling to India and looking at grassroots reality up close and personal. By Kalaivani Murugesno

  • VALENTINES DAY: The Toughest Test Of All

    VALENTINES DAY: The Toughest Test Of All February 2004 - A series of essays on one woman's journey back home after having lived the expatriate life in the U.S. By Ranjani Nellore

  • LAST BAG OF RICE

    LAST BAG OF RICE February 2004 - IT and privatization has changed, and continues to change, the very landscape of consumer experiences from draconian to modern ? at lightning speeds. By SIDDHARTH SRIVASTAVA

  • Gems From Indian Expatriate Literature

    Gems From Indian Expatriate Literature January 2004 - Jaya is one of my cousins on my father's side of the family. As children, we often played when I went to India for summer vacations.

 

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