Rida and Hazim’s Wedding: The Happily Ever After.

Rida and Hazim had what they call an “offbeat Indian-Pakistani Muslim Wedding” and boy is it something to see.

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.

Behind the Scenes with NASHA: Purdue University’s South Asian Dance Competition

Having started five years ago, NASHA began as an effort to spread the name of Indian dance at Purdue University. Today, the show’s board continues with this mission to promote culture and diversity on campus.

23 Years of ‘Mind, Body and Soul’: Join Iota Nu Delta Fraternity, Inc. 2017

Each brother’s story is told differently, but one thing that remains true is how Iota Nu Delta has molded that story. They can tell you how they’ve met world presidents, created revolutionary apps and ideas, became CEO’s and world class surgeons, became real estate moguls, and served for our country, etc.

What is a ‘Bad Indian’? — From a Woman With Several Indian Friends

Later that night, I thought about that judgmental comment. I would never dream of making someone feel like they are a “bad Indian” nor would I make assumptions. I would never say “Oh, well, I think it is important to know your mother tongue” or essentially ask them to justify why they have the friends they have. And yet that person can make assumptions or comments about me?

The Rescue Mission: From Churidaar to Palazzo

Have you been thinking of reusing something old in your wardrobe but can’t get inspired on how to recycle the clothes? Well, I think I’ve got a bit of inspiration for you! Trust me, now is the best time to recycle and innovate using your existing Indian wardrobe

When Being ‘Alive’ Doesn’t Mean that you are ‘Living’

I bite my tongue and don’t say any of this, because I know that to Americans death is a terrible thing and wishing someone would pass on is nearly as sinful as committing murder. But this is not my perception of death.

A Modern Twist to the Iconic Tragic Love Story ‘Devdas’

Bringing a modern twist to an iconic Indian tale, Junoon Performing Arts and the Hypokrit Theatre Company once again join together to bring you a spectacular dance piece.

My Story of Living a Double Life: Indian and American

I learned that having henna on my hands was “weird” and Bollywood references were not something widely related to…and so I started hiding them.

What I Learned From Listening to Indo-Canadian Poet Rupi Kaur in Person

This quaint, independent bookstore was brimming with swarms of young people excitedly awaiting the arrival of Canadian poetess: Rupi Kaur—a 20-something-year-old Toronto-based photographer, writer, and artist who was debuting her first collection of poetry titled “Milk and Honey.”