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Fresh Insight Into the Making of the Mahatma

Uma Majmudar’s Gandhi and Rajchandra shine a light on the seminal yet often overlooked influence of Shrimad Rajchandra— a Jain mystic, poet, and businessman—on Mohandas Gandhi....

1776 Words From an American Immigrant

My earliest “memory” of America is of my father telling me about the moon landing. “John F Kennedy said we will put a man on the moon in 10 years and the Americans did it.” As a...

A Confession: Unbiased Bias

This is a confession. I have always considered myself an empathetic chap, fully able to understand other people’s points of view. And believed in their freedom to voice them,...

Why Indian-Americans Should Renew the Stem Cell Program

As Indian-Americans, there are certain chronic conditions to which we are susceptible. These include blindness, heart disease, and certain forms of cancer. Luckily, California’s...

A Moment Like No Other

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Rhyme and Reason

Rhyme and Reason

Poetry as Sanctuary – A column where we explore poetry as a means of expression for voices of the South Asian Diaspora. A lizard in a blizzard Got a snowflake in his gizzard And nothing else much happened, I’m afraid. But lizard rhymed with blizzard And blizzard...

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The Census? It’s Not Over Yet!

The Census? It’s Not Over Yet!

On October 13, the US Supreme Court granted an appeal from the Trump administration to halt Census2020 on Oct 31, in a shocking reversal that will end the count sooner than expected. An earlier injunction by a California District court had allowed an extension because...

Letters to India Currents: 10/22/20

Letters to India Currents: 10/22/20

To The Editor, I have seen how the Indian American Voters have gotten slightly disaffected by Harris/Biden/Jaipal Reddy/Ro Khanna/Ilhan Omar's stances being perceived as though against India, especially on Kashmir and Modi administration. In swing states, Indian votes...

Caring Long Distance

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 getting rid of Annu wouldn’t be as hard as we were thinking. Sinister as the plan appears to be,...

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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...

Why Facebook Doesn’t Stop Eyeballs On Hate !

White supremacy groups are proliferating, targeting people of all races while social media organizations, like Facebook and Twitter, have been accused of shielding racist posts. In times of COVID when the pandemic has redefined our lives and heightened our exposure to...

US and India Benefit From the Same Democratic Process

Although many feel the democratic urgency of voting this election cycle in the US, it is not uncommon to hear, “My vote won’t count anyway.” Associate Professor of Political Science at SFSU and Researcher, Jason McDaniel addresses the importance of local elections as...

Vote Yes On S

Protect Our Local Supply of Safe, Clean Water in Santa Clara County- Without Raising Taxes For more than 20 years, Santa Clara County residents have benefited from the Safe, Clean Water Program through Valley Water. The program has provided local funding to build...


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Forest Fires Aren’t the Problem, Climate Change Is

At the Front Door: Climate Change & Forest Fires -  a column on climate change in our lives On a Wednesday morning just a few weeks ago, Bay Area residents woke up to a scene out of a dystopian movie. The sun hung low and red in a sky that looked like it too was...

Whom Do You Love More?

Desi Roots, Global Wings – a monthly column focused on the Indian immigrant experience When my children were about ten and six, one evening during dinner they kept asking me which one of them I loved more. I said that I loved both of them equally. They refused to...

A Poet Born Through Healing

Poetry as Sanctuary – A column where we explore poetry as a means of expression for voices of the South Asian Diaspora. Poetry was never something I imagined to become this significant to me, it was not even a sliver of a dream of an unimagined future. I spent the...



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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...

Padmavyuha: A Film Questioning Blind Faith

(Featured Image: Director, Raj Krishna, and crew on the set of Padmavyuha)  The dedicated and outspoken religious studies Professor Shaki Ramdas is sitting in his university office one evening when he receives a mysterious phone call -  an unidentified voice tells him...

A Charming Fantasy About The Good Old Days

There is something about the first few decades of India’s incarnation as an independent nation which holds a romantic fascination for our collective desi imagination.  One thinks of a world of black and white movies, of carved wooden swings creaking gracefully in...

Sunny Jain’s Quarantet Inspired By Punjabi History

Performing artists have been hard hit during the pandemic. With nowhere to go and no space to perform at, Sunny Jain, Red Baraat's founder, drummer, and composer has turned to the social distanced visual medium for expression. He began the Quarantet series engaging...


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Record One Million Registered Voters In Santa Clara County

Record One Million Registered Voters In Santa Clara County

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The current state of our country and world has been hard for us all, including the children in our lives. It is important that we all do what we can to take care of our overall wellbeing, including our physical and emotional health, and support our children to do so...

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It Is Sacrilegious Not to Vote…

It Is Sacrilegious Not to Vote…

(Featured Image: 1952 ballot boxes in Delhi - Wikimedia Commons)  Why will I not fail to vote? I am an immigrant who has never failed to vote in ANY of the elections since my citizenship. Moving from India to the USA, I transferred from one Democratic country to...

Weltschmerz

As if flipping pages in a magazine, I riffle through the recent pages of my life quickly and without close attention. Now entering the eighth month of sheltering-in-place due to the Coronavirus pandemic, I am tired of it all: tired of social isolation; tired of...

Is Kamala Harris a Good VP Pick?

Forum - A column where you get eyes on both sides of a hot button issue. Is Kamala Harris a Good VP Pick? Yes! Vice President Biden hit a home run with the brilliant selection of Senator Kamala Harris. I believe Kamala is uniquely positioned to be groomed to be the...

Are We Going to Be Normal After This Pandemic?

The answer is NO if “normal” means “status quo ante” or going back to what we were before. The answer is neither disappointing nor a surprise.  It is absurd to expect something to stay standstill in an endlessly rotating planet called Earth which is somersaulting in...


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Tips for Learning From Home

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...

Happiness Beyond Mind: An Individual Experience

Simplicity is not simple. It takes a lot of thought and effort to condense complex concepts to a simple, practical, and easy to follow recipe for getting to “contentment” or “happiness”. By distilling the essence of ancient Indian philosophy, practicing it himself,...

Namaste America: Forget the Handshake

Do you remember where we were before the pandemic hit? Inequality had reached historical records worldwide, Australia had burned for months on end, autocrats were suffocating democracy in Hungary and Venezuela, and a wave of protests had swept across six continents–...

Hunger Surges During COVID Crisis

Widespread hunger and unemployment drove millions of Americans into food-lines during the Great Depression of 1930; but no one could have predicted that scenario repeating itself some 90 years later, in the land of plenty, plump with the prospect of the American...


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Fitness: A Forgotten Remedy

Fitness: A Forgotten Remedy

An anonymous author once wrote: “We are living in an era where capturing moments using our phone is more important than actually living the moment with whoever is beside us." Last year, in 2019, this quote rang true, where everyone was glued to their devices by...

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