Letters

Letters

Community Organizations Should Take the Lead Kalpana Mohan has done a great job in drawing our attention to the most important but often neglected issue of everybody’s life (Rites of Passage, February 2011). I wish all community organizations prepare similar documents...

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Music Tugs At The Heartstrings As I write this, I am working at my computer and listening to old Hindi and Marathi songs. Sarita Sarvate’s column (Musical Memories, September 2010) touched my heart. In the last paragraph she hits the nail on the head. Every song...

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Sandip Roy’s response (Joel Stein and the Curry Problem, online special, July 2010) to Joel Stein’s article in TIME magazine (My Own Private India, July 2010) inspired several of our readers to comment. Indian Americans Can Be Racist Toward Their Own Sandip Roy’s...

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Can’t Judge India in One Visit While I enjoyed reading Rina Mehta’s article (Dancing With Joy, For Joy, March 2010), I was offended at her damning and somewhat arrogant conclusions about the future of India. I am not sure if this is Ms. Mehta’s first time in India,...

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Indian Superpower is a Dream I applaud the author’s attempt to show in detail why he believes India, rather than China, is better poised to lead the world at the end of the 21st century(Advantage India, February 2010). I say “attempt” because I believe he, like most...

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The Importance of Rituals I really liked the article (Rituals Sans Religion, November 2009), more so because it is the same at our place too. I could instantly identify with the author. It isn’t just immigrants; people in India face the same issue, especially in...