THE FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Film: "Lipstick under My Burkha" Takes US Festival Circuit by Storm

    Film: "Lipstick under My Burkha" Takes US Festival Circuit by Storm June 2017 - The compelling, high-spirited, and sometimes hilarious movie Lipstick Under My Burkha about four women, initially banned in India because it was ‘lady oriented,’ is now going to the Golden Globes.

  • The India We Left Behind: My Motorcycle Days in Delhi

    The India We Left Behind: My Motorcycle Days in Delhi June 2017 - The mere fact that she was riding a motorcycle in those days made her a renegade. The author’s “motorcycle dairies,” of sorts, make for a delightful nostalgic ride.

  • Citizenship: Jon Ossoff Responds to South Asian Concerns

    Citizenship: Jon Ossoff Responds to South Asian Concerns June 2017 - Khabar reached out to those running in the 6th District, with questions relating to the concerns of South Asians on their place, security, and future in this nation. Handel did not reply; Ossoff did.

  • Musings: A Fling on the Swing

    Musings: A Fling on the Swing June 2017 - Can anything come close to our childhood experiences of carefree days spent in play? Pushing through the initial discomfort of nurturing one's inner child can help adults let go of stress.

  • TalkTime: A Delhi in Brooklyn

    TalkTime: A Delhi in Brooklyn June 2017 - American-born Chitra Agrawal grew up eating Indian food, then decided to document her recipes for posterity. She launched Brooklyn Delhi (her line of achaars), and now has a cookbook.

  • Americana: White Trash, the story of Hazel Bryan

    Americana: White Trash, the story of Hazel Bryan June 2017 - On September 4, 1957, two young girls had their lives changed forever. One is remembered for the walk she completed, the other for a photograph that no longer applies. God bless them both.

  • Heritage: Ashok Uncle's Story Hour

    Heritage: Ashok Uncle's Story Hour May 2017 - TELL ME A STORY: A legacy of storytelling that originated in Gujarat over 100 years ago is
    continuing strong in the town of State College, Pennsylvania, where it was started 38 years ago.

  • Arts: Three Indian-American Poets

    Arts: Three Indian-American Poets May 2017 - The poetry of these three Indian-American poets, Purvi Shah, Usha Akella, and Jay Deshpande, is nuanced and informed by their transcultural moorings, offering a rainbow of insights into life.

  • In India: Unholy Cow

    In India: Unholy Cow May 2017 - UNHOLY COW: A POLITICAL ANIMAL. The Hindu veneration of cows is abused by these “cowboys” who are making it a tool to flex majoritarian political muscle, more than saving the life of the cow.

  • My Turn: Remembering His Mother…

    My Turn: Remembering His Mother… May 2017 - "I don’t remember my mother’s face clearly. I wish I had a photograph of her." An ode to a mother through poignant recollections from the author’s bygone days.

 

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