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Humanising the Mahatma in the pages of a graphic novel

Tales of Young Gandhi, Janhavi Prasada’s new graphic novel, shifts focus from the public persona of Mahatma Gandhi to his formative

Saffronart’s auction features leading contemporary masters

Saffronart’s upcoming “Summer Online Auction” on 6 – 7 June 2017, features a selection of contemporary South Asian art and important works from

The real history of Cinco de Mayo (it’s not a celebration of Mexico’s independence)

Before you make those margaritas, let’s be clear on what we’re actually celebrating, shall we?

by Reader’s Digest Editors Many people

Asia Society Texas hosts ASIAFEST 2017 for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

HOUSTON – Asia Society Houston will celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with AsiaFest, Asia Society Texas Center’s annual family event

In a Kolkata market, the flower men wear their wares

Story and Photographs by Ken Hermann A few years ago I was on an assignment in India. I had a day


Easter is the most important festival in the Christian calendar. It celebrates the resurrection from the dead of Jesus, three days after he

Kathak dancer Rekha Mehra tries to make the world a better place, one step at a time

by Ruchika Garg Lending a helping hand to the destitute, Delhi-based classical dancer and singer Rekha Mehra aims to make the world free

The mesmerising art of living sculpture of Mari Katayama

Born with tibial hemimelia, Japanese artist Mari Katayama chose to have her legs amputated at the age of nine. Now she uses her

Indic Book Club comes to America

Indic Book Club, a global, multi city, horizontal network of Academics, Authors, Artists & Activists nurtured by Indic Academy, made its debut on

Sabyasachi debuts his spring 2017 couture collection

The Udaipur Collection’ is, as the name suggests, inspired by Rajasthani royalty.  A bold royal statement for the stately prince or princess