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Indian American Nate Natesan Promotes Cleanliness, Self-discipline, Civic Sense through Swacch Devalaya

Indian American Nate Natesan Promotes Cleanliness, Self-discipline, Civic Sense through Swacch Devalaya

Nate Natesan, the one-man army of Swacch Devalaya in the US state of Georgia, reminds us of Rabindranath Tagore’s motivational song, “If no one responds to your call, move alone. O dear, move …

Chess for a Cause in Georgia: Two Indian American Girls’ Initiative for Victims of Dementia in USA

Chess for a Cause in Georgia: Two Indian American Girls’ Initiative for Victims of Dementia in USA

India was the cradle of chess, a globally popular mind game, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. Earlier known as Chaturanga, chess used to be a royal game in ancient India. Recently, Prime …

Indian American Shefali Kalyani Quits Job to Serve the Poor at We Care Charity in USA and India

Indian American Shefali Kalyani Quits Job to Serve the Poor at We Care Charity in USA and India

The ideals of Swami Vivekananda, Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi and Sister Nivedita do not rot unlike mortal things or beings. Their principles of serving humanity did not disappear with the departure …

Freedom Fighter Rash Behari Bose’s Favorite Indian Curry: A Taste of Romance and Revolution in Japan

Freedom Fighter Rash Behari Bose’s Favorite Indian Curry: A Taste of Romance and Revolution in Japan

Rash Behari Bose is one of the unsung heroes and freedom fighters of India. The story of his role in India’s struggle for freedom is a significant episode in the history of Indian independence …






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Litti Chokha to Represent India and Compete with Foreign Dishes at Manila International Food Fest

Litti Chokha to Represent India and Compete with Foreign Dishes at Manila International Food Fest

Dosa has been a ‘thing of joy’ across India and beyond for years. The most popular dish of South India, dosa has become a pan-Indian delicacy riding the waves of popularity with cosmopolitan foodies. It did not fail …

Role of Tea in This 26-year-old NRI Lawyer’s Achievement as Australia’s Business Woman of the Year

Role of Tea in This 26-year-old NRI Lawyer’s Achievement as Australia’s Business Woman of the Year

Injected into the nerves of India by the British, tea has been a daily entertainer, a source of living, a refreshing drink, an excuse for discussions, a part of gossip culture and a hospitality tradition in India. Even …





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Hyderabad Metro Rail: Rules, Regulations, Fares, Luggage Restrictions and Other Facts

Hyderabad Metro Rail: Rules, Regulations, Fares, Luggage Restrictions and Other Facts

Hyderabad reached a milestone in infrastructural development, with the spectacular inauguration of the much-awaited Hyderabad Metro Rail today (November 28, 2017). Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Telangana CM K. …

New Reasons Why You Should Travel by Train in India in 2016 and Following Years

New Reasons Why You Should Travel by Train in India in 2016 and Following Years

If Monisha Rajesh, an Indo-British journalist, had traveled by trains across India in 2016, her book “Around India in 80 Trains” would have had a few more pages about the transformation of train travel in India. …





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Onam Festival of Kerala: Interesting Visuals & Details

Onam Festival of Kerala: Interesting Visuals & Details

In India, harvest festivals are celebrated to please the god and goddess of agriculture, seek divine blessings for agricultural prosperity, and pray for household opulence. The festival is called different names in …

Interesting Facts of Puri Rath Yatra Festival will Blow Your Mind

Interesting Facts of Puri Rath Yatra Festival will Blow Your Mind

Needless to say, Rath Yatra Festival in honor of Puri’s Lord Jagannath is one of the biggest Indian festivals. It is a grand celebration, cultural extravaganza and stunning spectacle. Nicknamed the Festival of …





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