Heroines of the Independence Movement

Heroines of the Independence Movement

August 15, 2022 | /
Author: Pratika Yashaswi, Independent Journalist
Heroines of the Independence Movement Mark Twain famously called India the mother of history and the grandmother of legend. Yet when we talk of the Indian independence movement, which spans hundreds of years, we think of  Gandhi, Nehru, Subhash Chandra… Read more
Meherwan Irani Paves The Way For Indian Restaurateurs in the US

Meherwan Irani Paves The Way For Indian Restaurateurs in the US

July 28, 2022 | /
Author: Author: Sucheta Rawal - Author, Food & Travel Writer, Speaker
Meherwan Irani is a chef and restaurateur changing the perception of Indian food in America through his growing restaurant and spice empire - Chai Pani Restaurant Group (which owns 6 restaurants and Spicewalla brand). Irani was named by TIME Magazine… Read more
Rewriting History for our Times

Rewriting History for our Times

July 15, 2022 | /
Author: Pratika Yashaswi, Independent Journalist
The Indian diaspora is relearning—and retelling history in new ways. In May, we celebrated the first-ever Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month, marking the arrival of the first immigrants from the Asian continent into the United States. But Indians… Read more
Hanisha Alwani is Fostering Indo-Caribbean Cultural Relations

Hanisha Alwani is Fostering Indo-Caribbean Cultural Relations

May 12, 2022 |
Author: Sucheta Rawal, Author, Food & Travel Writer, Speaker
Hanisha Ajay Alwani follows her father’s footsteps in serving the community and the Sindhi diaspora. The cultural ambassador has been integral in creating organizations and activities that shares her culture with the wider Caribbean community in and around Sint Maarten/… Read more
Reimagining Waste for Good with Ashaya

Reimagining Waste for Good with Ashaya

April 28, 2022 |
Author: Shalaka Laxman
While waste management is becoming a problem globally, India faces a significant waste issue, with 81% of waste left untreated and half of all waste generated dumped in landfills. In India (and many other countries), there is a reliable workforce… Read more
For Young Climate Activists In India, It’s Now or Never

For Young Climate Activists In India, It’s Now or Never

April 20, 2022 |
Author: Pratika Yashaswi, Independent Journalist
In Disha Ravi’s farmer grandparents’ household, filling up every bucket in the house with water is a practice, “just in case.” When she was living in the coastal town of Mangalore, India, the monsoons almost always guaranteed a flooded home.… Read more