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7 Must-Know’s about “The Singh Project”


British photographers Naroop Singh Jhooti and Amit Amin introduced Sikh awareness to the international community through "The Singh Project." Comprised of 35 portrait-styled photos, audiences are able to view the strong dynamic looks of Sikh men from the UK. Read More »

From Rakhis to Forever Rakhis

Jitin Hingorani

Jitin Hingorani and Meeta Manglani are the creators and founder of Forever Rakhi, a company that gives men an all-year-long fashion forward rakhi. BG Syeda gets the inside scoop on the conception of the brand and the unique design of their signature product. Read More »

Looking Through the Lens: New York City

New York City

New York City is one of the most written about places in the world. This city serves as a hub for finance, fashion, and dreams. BG Foram shares her journey and discoveries of the infamous city that never sleeps through a tantalizing and artistic photo essay. Read More »

Jisha’s Art Work

"Dance is the hidden language of our soul."

We asked Jisha Jacob, a digital marketing associate in New York City, to share some of her beautiful paintings with BGM. A graduate from the Fashion Institute of Technology with a degree in marketing, Jacob said she started painting at a very young age, but stopped along the way. Read More »

A Doll’s House: A South Asian Rendition by SAPAN


We are gearing up for a big performance based on Henrik Ibsen’s famous play entitled “A Doll’s House”, showing this upcoming weekend! Read More »

Interview: Eka the Poet


by Atiya Hasan Follow @AtiyaHasan05 Anirudh ‘Eka’ Dhullipalla was born in Hyderabad, India and raised in Minnesota and North Carolina. He graduated from Emory University with a bachelors in Economics.  He currently works as a ... Read More »

Dance Fusion


I’ll be honest, I’m a tough critic when it comes to dance. The word fusion and I have a rather strange relationship. When the words modern, jazz, contemporary, hip hop, or ballet are used in conjunction with Bollywood, Bharatnatyam, Kathak, or any other style of Indian dance, I naturally shift gears into the mindset of a dance critic Read More »

The Critic’s Corner Part III


I’m back for my last BG post from the United States until December! I’ll be studying abroad in Ghana this semester, but before I leave I had to gush a little bit about Clarice and Robert’s Bollywood performance on Wednesday July 20th. Read More »

The Critic’s Corner Part II


Every Thursday night is the dreaded So You Think You Can Dance results show which begins with a group routine with all of the dancers. Read More »

The Critic’s Corner


the highlight of every summer since 2005 has definitely been the Wednesday and Thursday night So You Think You Can Dance watching parties that begin at 8 pm in my basement. Each summer, my contagious obsession strikes a couple more of my friends, and now it is the subject of great debate and passionate discussion amongst us. Read More »

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