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On Wednesday, October 16th, the Desai Foundation hosted its annual Diwali on the Hudson party. Not even a torrential downpour of rain could stop the spirits of New Yorkers coming out to celebrate Diwali, the South Asian “Festival of Lights,” and more than 300 of New York’s most stylish mover and shakers were in attendance.
After playing a doctor on “House” and a presidential aide on “Designated Survivor,” South Asian Ameican actor widely popular for his unforgettable role in "Harold and Kumar go to White Castle," Kal Penn makes a much-deserved come back on the screen with NBC's newest fall series, "Sunnyside."
We recently had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel to Mumbai in partnership with Emirates Airline and in collaboration with Miss New Jersey USA 2017 Chhavi Verg in which we experienced their...
What does it mean to be a girl? Ask any woman this question and you will likely get thousands of different answers. Some positive, some negative and yet, some remarkably inspiring....
The following post is Brown Girl Magazine's CEO Trisha Sakhuja-Walia's opening keynote from Michigan University's 17th annual South Asian Awareness Network's conference, titled "Shifting Sands: Amplifying Stories to Create a New...
Our New York City Brown Girl team organized a mini Friendsgiving dinner to give the much-raved about Rotimatic machine a try, and here's what they had to say.
Some of our BGs spoke to Anupam Kher at the NBC premiere party last month about his new role, the differences between the two entertainment industries and his next Bollywood project.
On this Pakistan and India Independence Day, we wanted to pay homage to our brothers and sisters in both countries by collaborating on a photo series that would showcase the unity between the countries, its people, culture, food, clothing and language.
As DJs, Sharad and Juicy highlight their experiences working in the music business and use it as a vehicle to stimulate thought-provoking conversation about South Asian culture, especially in the diaspora.
It all happens in 'A New York Minute.' That push and pull between the city and our motherland. The uniqueness of our cultural heritage and blended upbringing in an amalgamation of...
Make Denimrush your next go-to shop for a personalized denim jacket, it's a must-have in everyone's closet!
Nobody likes turmeric stains, but what if it's your haldi ceremony? There's no getting out of it, but there are ways to avoid blotchy skin ahead of your nuptials. Get a load of the tips and tricks, here!
Since the beginning of time, becoming a wife is seen as one of the most revered accomplishments for a South Asian woman. No matter how accomplished she is in her career or...
A few authors of South Asian descent have begun to break down that wall, and “My So-Called Bollywood Life,” by Nisha Sharma, is the latest entry in representing the hyphenated identity.
"As I looked around the room on the day of our photo shoot, I saw beauty in so many different shapes, sizes, and colors. It wasn’t about trying to conform to unrealistic beauty standards created by photoshop or layers of makeup. It was about appreciating beauty in every form. It was about wearing clothing that enhances our natural beauty and reminds us to love ourselves the way we are. And most importantly, it was about loving and appreciating the beauty within ourselves, even when sometimes society tells us we are not enough."
What started out as a purely professional relationship, soon blossomed into a beautiful friendship and thus, Desi Outsiders was born.
Getting married is one of the most important moments in a woman’s life—a day that most young girls dream about. What may come second to finding the right guy is finding the perfect bridal outfit.
With the allegations of sexual harassment, sexual assault and rape against Harvey Weinstein, we have a few things to say to those in power who abuse women