THE FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Travel: The Age-Old Circle of Life in the Jungle

    Travel: The Age-Old Circle of Life in the Jungle March 2019 - NATURE’S GLORIES AT RANTHAMBORE NATIONAL PARK. A big cat closing in on its prey is just one of the many awe-inspiring moments awaiting the patient visitor. A visitor muses on the rhythms of nature.

  • IndiaScope: Reflections on Indian Democracy

    IndiaScope: Reflections on Indian Democracy March 2019 - How does the average Indian see their nation’s long engagement with democracy? What does living in a democracy mean? Is it something sacred, worth fighting for? Do Indians love democracy?

  • Commentary: Is This America?

    Commentary: Is This America? February 2019 - LEGAL IMMIGRANTS FACE HARSH REALITIES: Green Card holders, and even perhaps naturalized Citizens, are no longer safe from the assault on immigrants that the Trump administration has unleashed.

  • Postcards: Lala Lajpat Rai at Niagara Falls in 1905

    Postcards: Lala Lajpat Rai at Niagara Falls in 1905 February 2019 - "THE LION OF PUNJAB" AT NIAGARA FALLS: Freedom fighter Lala Lajpat Rai made two trips to the USA. During one of those trips, in 1905, he mused poetically on Niagara Falls, nature, and man.

  • Insights: How Are Your New Year’s Resolutions Coming?

    Insights: How Are Your New Year’s Resolutions Coming? February 2019 - HOW WE CAN LEARN THE ART OF HAPPINESS? Two essays, a perspective by Dr. Uma Majmudar and a prescription by Geeta Mehrotra, show us the possibilities of where and how to find true happiness.

  • Perspective: “Why Sabarimala issue leaves instinctive liberals like me torn”

    Perspective: “Why Sabarimala issue leaves instinctive liberals like me torn” February 2019 - THE LINE BETWEEN SECULAR & SACRED INDIA: When issues like Sabrimala arouse intense passions, how can we gain a nuanced understanding? It's more than a simple fight for gender equality.

  • Travel: Speechless in Sikkim

    Travel: Speechless in Sikkim February 2019 - SIKKIM, India’s smallest and only organic state, is a delight. Stunning new airport. In the shadow of the Kanchenjunga: momos, mists, flower-strewn valleys. Monasteries. Gangtok's lively nightlife.

  • Interview: Meet Consul General Dr. Swati V. Kulkarni

    Interview: Meet Consul General Dr. Swati V. Kulkarni January 2019 - CONSUL GENERAL SWATI K. KULKARNI talks about her new role, her goals, and her insights on the Indian diaspora, culled from her varied postings. The Indian Consulate in Atlanta is now in its seventh year.

  • Musings: Becoming Desi in the Midwest

    Musings: Becoming Desi in the Midwest January 2019 - A MIXED MARRIAGE IN THE 1970’S MIDWEST: The author talks about her Indian father and white mother rejecting the expectations of conservative institutions, and what it meant for her childhood.

  • Books: Jane Austen in Pakistan

    Books: Jane Austen in Pakistan January 2019 - A CONTEMPORARY PAKISTANI RENDERING OF PRIDE AND PREJUDICE: Atlantan Soniah Kamal’s Unmarriageable is a delightful, searching novel with a postmodern and postcolonial sensibility--and rave reviews.

 

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