The Post “Colonial” Hariharan

The Post “Colonial” Hariharan

In the morning light that filters into the hotel lounge, he looks relaxed and totally at ease. As if he has all the time in the world. It is hard to imagine that just a few hours ago, he was on stage singing soulful ghazals to a sold-out crowd in Hayward for four...
A Lifelong Passion

A Lifelong Passion

“I don’t usually say this to people but I probably was an Indian in my last birth.” Our interview begins with these words as Peter Burwash, author, tennis coach, motivational speaker, and president of Peter Burwash International (PBI), the world’s largest and...

Thewa: Ancient art for modern times

The jewelry is beautifully laid out on Neelam Bhalla’s dining table. The late morning sun enhances the vivid blues and greens in the pendants and picks out the delicate filigree of the 23-karat gold that is worked into them. Each piece is a work of art and one can...

Sharing Traditions

As a member of a Cirque Du Soleil production you get to experience first hand the infinite diversity and beauty of the modern world. You listen to music that, simultaneously, has its roots everywhere and nowhere, see dance sequences that are brilliant collages of many...

Global Adjustments

With India being seen as a virtual treasure trove of skilled workers, especially in the computer industry, international firms have gone a-recruiting there as never before. If you have the right training and experience the job is yours. It’s that simple. Or is it?...