5 Types of Aunties You’ll Meet on the Mumbai Local Train

To my experience – the harder an Aunty pushes you on the train, the more experienced she is. Like any popular brand, the older it gets the better it serves.

Vir Das Shines in India’s First Netflix Original, “Abroad Understanding”

In the first ever Indian Netflix original, Vir Das redefines cross-cultural comedy, simultaneously talking to audiences in New Delhi and New York—a perfect metaphor for capturing issues South Asians face at home and abroad.

Poem: ‘Harijan, The Untouchable’

Aerial, my roots crept around my elbows
and my neck, my teeth, knees
like puppet strings, inconspicuous but heavy;

Confessions of a Coconut: Man, I Wanted to Be White So Bad…

A couple of years ago in my Critical Race and Ethnicity class, I was asked to define myself. I had made what I thought was a conscious decision to classify myself as Not White. However, when my Senegalese classmate asked me to justify my choice, every thought in my mind stood static, I was incapable of forming an articulate response.

I am an Upper-Class-Muslim-Indian-Woman-of-Colour-and-Fourth-Generation-Kenyan.

“Sarabhai vs Sarabhai” is Coming Back and Our Hearts Will be Whole Again

Originating in a time before parody was mainstream in Indian television, the series was ahead of the curve as it satirized elite, urbane Indian society, providing a flippant culture critique.

Labelling The Roots of South Asian Fashion to Solve Cultural Appropriation

When POC (people of color) are ridiculed for wearing traditional garments and are ostracized as easy targets to emit racist remarks at whilst Caucasian people are praised for wearing those same garments, principals how cultural appropriation is existent and dangerously thriving.

The Struggle of Deciding Between Being Bengali or American

In all reality almost everything about me was different, to my brown hair/eyes, my olive complexion, and my ability to speak a language my peers have never even heard of.

Everything You Need to Know About Tamil New Year

Tamil New Year is usually observed on April 14 and is considered the beginning of the new Tamil calendar.

India Officially Renamed ‘Bollywood Land’ By White Marketing Execs

LONDON, UK – British retailer, ASOS, recently came under fire for selling an obvious tikka as a ‘Chandelier Hair Clip’ on their website.

Jai Jai Hooray: Make Cultural Learning Irresistible With a Set of 10 Flashcards About Hindu Deities

We recently fell in love with Jai Jai Hooray’s new 10-set flashcard collection and couldn’t be happier to share our experience with our friends at Brown Girl Magazine.