April 5, 2020
  • April 5, 2020

The Sad Demise of Santa Claus

by on December 13, 2019 0

Happy Holidays!! Statutory warning: The following reading material is not suitable for children under ten years of age. Or adults who still steadfastly believe that life is nothing without a little magic. Recently adding to the list of bizarre rumors routinely doing the rounds on the Internet was the news of the sad demise...

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Jewelry and Feminism

by on December 24, 2018 0

The two “F” words, Fashion and Feminism have often gone hand in hand.  Both are strongly associated with women, and both have positive and negative connotations.  Both have influenced each other, and both are constantly challenged even in today’s day and age.  The jewelry industry is an integral part of the fashion world, and...

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ADDICTED INNOCENCE

by on November 14, 2018 0

It was during my travels, when I was first exposed to the darker side of India. I met children from the country’s poorer regions, and I was appalled to see children as young as seven already addicted to drugs. For many, they had run away from home to be able to be drug abused....

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DESI DAAL VIDESI TADKA

by on November 14, 2018 0

INSIGHTS INTO AN NRI’S LIFE Hundreds or may be thousands of Indians every year move abroad for better lives. Be it in the quest to find better jobs, education, supporting their spouse, and other endless reasons. Leaving your country and settling down abroad always sounds very flashy to the people who are left behind...

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Dadima

by on November 9, 2018 0

Life beyond the boundaries is simple and easy. The admiration and respect I had for my grandma, my Dadima, is indescribable. The unforgettable memories from the tender age of three, I recall walking out of my house to play in my neighborhood. In the meantime, my majestic and regal grandmother, wrapped around in freshly...

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