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Caring Long Distance

“Get rid of Annu right away!” The injunction came from the top. And then came an oblong package that we hadn’t ordered. It was the implement to lure us into believing that...

‘Beyonce Sharma Jayegi’ is More Problematic Than it Appears

From Surabhi's Notepad - A column that brings us personal essays and stories, frivolous and serious, inspired by real-life events and encounters of navigating the world as a...

A Whistling Tribute to Lata Mangeshkar

Lata Mangeshkar turned 90 a little more than one year ago, a momentous milestone in a life whose story is the very chronicle of Hindi Film Music in the post-Independence era. Any...

Navratri’s Significance as Hindus Across America Cast Votes

Navratri is a Hindu festival that is celebrated for nine nights and ten days during the Fall season. The lunar calendar determines the timing of the holiday. Navratri is...

Bollywood and Beyond is a 3rd i Tradition

Never been to a film festival before? Due to the pandemic, they're more accessible than ever, having pivoted to digital extravaganzas inviting people to “attend” who might not...
Mirzapur Returns to Prime

Mirzapur Returns to Prime

Under the dark cloud of COVID, watching comedy has been my panacea. Bollywood veteran villains of our childhood in India: Pran, Prem Nath, Prem Chopra, Amjad Khan, and Amrish Puri ruled the silver screen. We disliked their wicked characters but we repeated their...

We Called Them Blessings

We Called Them Blessings

Desi Roots, Global Wings – a monthly column focused on the Indian immigrant experience. The word ‘privilege’ that has become popular in debates and discussions worldwide, reminded me of an old quote.  The hardest arithmetic to master is that which enables us to count...

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Bollywood and Beyond is a 3rd i Tradition

Bollywood and Beyond is a 3rd i Tradition

Never been to a film festival before? Due to the pandemic, they're more accessible than ever, having pivoted to digital extravaganzas inviting people to “attend” who might not have had the chance otherwise.  One of the premier festivals promoting diverse images of...

Few Gigs Left In The Gig Economy

My daughter recently moved to the Bay Area. She has a new job, her first out of college, but viewed the move with trepidation. Could she and her roommates afford west coast rents on their modest salaries? They worried about returning to their old bargain basement digs...

A Project to Activate Indian American Voices in Swing States

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed within this article are the opinions of the organization. The facts and opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of India Currents and India Currents does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same....

Letters to India Currents: 10/14/20

To The Editor, Thank you for your email and for including me in your community. I will address your general questions. Yes, I am voting in 2020. I have always voted since I became a US citizen in 1981 and I am a registered voter in CA as an Independent. So, I have the...


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We Called Them Blessings

Desi Roots, Global Wings – a monthly column focused on the Indian immigrant experience. The word ‘privilege’ that has become popular in debates and discussions worldwide, reminded me of an old quote.  The hardest arithmetic to master is that which enables us to count...

America in 1975

AMERICA - 1978 America And your trillion-dollar Economy And your FM stereo And your serpentine highways of lonely people Slanting westwards into the setting sun   Leave me alone   I am one of the starving millions of India  Who you’re mommy asked you to...

In the Mighty Presence of Gandhi Ji

Every October 2nd, August 15th, January 26th, I fondly remember Gandhi Ji. I was twelve – a young idealist with big dreams for my own life and a compelling desire to see India as a free and prosperous nation, free from the bondage of two hundred years of subjugation...



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Culture

A Whistling Tribute to Lata Mangeshkar

A Whistling Tribute to Lata Mangeshkar

Lata Mangeshkar turned 90 a little more than one year ago, a momentous milestone in a life whose story is the very chronicle of Hindi Film Music in the post-Independence era. Any superlatives used to describe this life seem banal, and indeed many of the tributes that...

Mirzapur Returns to Prime

Under the dark cloud of COVID, watching comedy has been my panacea. Bollywood veteran villains of our childhood in India: Pran, Prem Nath, Prem Chopra, Amjad Khan, and Amrish Puri ruled the silver screen. We disliked their wicked characters but we repeated their...

Pehlwan: The Migrant Warrior

Our latest story at Virtual Bharat is one from our own city—Mumbai. The city of dreams. The city of warriors. The city of migrants. This story is dedicated to the unbreakable spirit of the migrants who make Mumbai the city that it is today. The bustling financial...


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South Asians Running for Office – Belal Aftab in Saratoga

A record number of South Asians are running for political office for the very first time across California. They come from the hi-tech, finance and the non-profit sectors, but what is unique is they represent a new generation that is ready to take an important next...

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Voters’ Pennies Could Save Caltrain

Voters’ Pennies Could Save Caltrain

COVID-19 is hitting everyone hard, including Caltrain, the Bay Area’s commuter train line. On Nov.3, Measure RR will give voters in San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties the opportunity to bring Caltrain back from the brink of closing down. Before COVID,...

Voters’ Pennies Could Save Caltrain

Vote YES on Measure RR — Rescue Caltrain

Dear Voter, Vote YES on Measure RR — Rescue Caltrain CALTRAIN— a vital lifeline for commuters between San Francisco, the Peninsula and Silicon Valley — is on the brink of shutting down. It relies largely on fares, and ridership has plummeted because of the pandemic....

Opinion

Break-up or Divorce: The Case of Indian-American Voters

This article is part of the opinion column – Beyond Occident – where we explore a native perspective on the Indian diaspora. The 2020 US presidential election is poised to be the watershed moment in Indian-American (IA) politics. The significance of this election lies...

Does Prop 22 Do Justice for the Gig Workers?

Forum – A column where you get eyes on both sides of a hot button issue. Does Prop 22 Do Justice to the Gig Economy? No! In 1959, despite graduating at top of her law class at Columbia, Ruth Bader Ginsberg had a hard time finding jobs because she was a mother. She,...

Former Mayor Speaks Against Measure RR

The CEO and board of directors of Caltrain are doing a major “dis-service” to the residents of San Mateo, Santa Clara, and San Francisco counties with Measure RR. Their proposal to address and remedy the Caltrain loss of revenue problem is to place on the backs of the...


Health & Wellness

COVID Can’t Beat A Pumpkin Spice Papaya Spoonshot!

COVID Can’t Beat A Pumpkin Spice Papaya Spoonshot!

Imagine going to your favorite smoothie bar and lchecking the menu, looking for something new and interesting to try. You spot a flavor labeled 'Pumpkin Spice Papaya Turmeric' and think - how could that possibly taste good? But you give it a shot since you’re a foodie...

Tips for Learning From Home

Children face myriad challenges with remote learning, as they are unable to meet with friends and follow a normal schedule during this pandemic. They become restless and unhappy.    You as parents may be in a conundrum wondering how to teach your child(ren) at home...

Connecting to Nature is Good for Public Health

The Bay Area is a great place to live in. It is blessed with progressive land planning that has set aside vast open space areas for recreation. Measures, like Measure Q and now T, to be voted in by the people, ensure that open spaces in Santa Clara Valley stay...

Loving Yourself During Challenging Times

Dear Reader, Self-love is more important now than ever. The pandemic has added a layer of sadness, frustration, and uncertainty, and navigating the new normal is not easy.  This has made it extremely difficult to breathe or feel safe to do our everyday tasks. We are...


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Where Books Come Alive

Where Books Come Alive

Rehana Munir’s novel Paper Moon (Harper Collins, 2019) is every book lover’s delight and is filled with vivid descriptions of Bombay’s streets and pavement bookstalls, such as the Strand Book House at Fort that sells remaindered books at student prices. Clearly, an...

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A Teen’s Writing Contest is a Much Needed Distraction

A Teen’s Writing Contest is a Much Needed Distraction

NYC, New York - I saw how devastating COVID-19 was for so many people in NYC, particularly teenagers who had to adapt their lifestyles. From switching to remote learning to finding ways to stay active and engaged, there have been a lot of changes.  The one thing in...

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