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Last Word

Sarita Sarvate’s monthly column, Last Word has been featured in India Currents for the last twenty-five years. Her experience as an immigrant who arrived in America to attend graduate school at a time when few Indian women ventured to a foreign land lends her perspective a unique mix of global villager/desi vernacular flavor.
An avid connoisseur of Americana, her columns straddle her native and adopted cultures. The topics she writes about range from global politics, society, culture, feminism, and memoir. She believes in living true to one’s desires and beliefs even if it means being relegated to the margins of society.

Chia Seeds, Psyllium Husk and a Blender

Chia Seeds, Psyllium Husk and a Blender

Go to any new-age retreat in California, and you will find young people preparing their breakfasts, not with spatulas and skillets, but with blenders. If you are eating your meal instead of drinking it, you are in danger of dating yourself. If you are eating bread or...
A Letter From Paris

A Letter From Paris

First Published in July 2012 On an impulse, I bought a ticket to Paris. A friend of mine has been living here for a year so I decided to visit her. Visiting her was just an excuse. Subconsciously, I wanted to travel alone; to test my mettle; to see if I could get...
Alice Munro’s Nobel-A Victory for Women

Alice Munro’s Nobel-A Victory for Women

“I thought of you,” a friend called to say. “Oh yeah?” “When I heard the news about Alice Munro.” A strange stirring went across my body. It was not elation, but something deeper; a sense of being known. For, if you can summarize me in one sentence, it would be...
Alice Munro’s Nobel-A Victory for Women

The Breaking Bad in All of Us

The best TV show ever-and I mean EVER-ended on September 29th. And now I am experiencing withdrawal symptoms. So much so that I have decided to watch Breaking Bad from beginning to end, all over again. The story of the brilliant chemistry teacher Walter White, who,...
Alice Munro’s Nobel-A Victory for Women

Of Gods and Faith

As a child, Ganesh was my favorite God. I wanted, then, to have a God in my life. Most children have no such desire because they are born into families with Gods. God and religion are passed on to them. But for me, a God, or rather an idol, was something to long for....
I Adopted a Mountain

I Adopted a Mountain

As a child the word mountain used to evoke for me one image, of God Shiva sitting atop a snowy peak in the Himalayas, a snake draped around his neck. Of foreign mountains, I had only heard of the Alps. The Sierra Nevada, I was not even aware of. When I arrived in...
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