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I've never dated a non-Indian guy before, nor have I even been with a non-Indian guy. And it wasn't because my parents would have forbade it (although they would have). I mean, firstly,...
I was always a little awkward growing up. Kissing scared me and the thought of hitting bases with boys was all very intimidating. I fell in love with a gorgeous White boy in preschool but evaded all other boy situations until I was well into my teens.
So, let's just go ahead and address the elephant in the room: You're looking for love — and a husband. It's okay, I am too. I mean, I'm not looking for him tomorrow, but the next general milestone I'd like to reach in the next few years of my life is to find love and, yes, a husband.
It’s official. It can’t be denied that Indians are all over the entertainment industry nowadays with movies like Life of Pi, music and reality series
Reading the recent Shaadi in the City on Dating Indian Guys, I wondered why it was that I felt the opposite of the author on nearly every count. I have never dated, kissed, flirted with, or even been asked out by a single Indian guy in all my life. Sure I’ve met dozens of them, mostly family friends, acquaintances in the art community, or friends of friends.
With their cult-like following and celebrated TV shows like "The Office,” “The Mindy Project” and “Parks and Recreation," Mindy Kaling and Aziz Ansari have become two of the biggest names in comedy.
Presented by Toyota, the Big Apple welcomed its newest South Asian film festival, New York City South Asian Film Festival (NYC SAFF). Founded by veteran festival director Jitin Hingorani, the festival's mission is to showcase premieres of features, documentaries and short films curated to engage, educate and inspire the masses, ranging from Baby Boomers to Generation Z.
I walked down the stairs, rubbing the sleep out of my eyes and searching blindly for the loud voice that woke me up on a Saturday morning. I could hear the one-sided conversation, it was time for the weekly call with Baba and Dadi. We would likely follow the call with a call to Nana and Nani. But for now, my curious young mind was piqued. Why was Papa so animated in this call?
I’m somehow at that point in my life where everywhere I turn, I see someone or another getting engaged or married, while I’m completely happy for these people and believe marriage is a wonderful thing, the added pressures of getting married in the Indian community are absolutely INSANE.
Graphic designer Badal Patel maintains a day job at a design agency in New York City, but in her free time, she creates Indian-inspired cards, posters, and stationery.
Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli, commonly known as Virushka, tied the knot earlier this month, and there couldn't have been enough hype about their fairytale wedding! Here's the inside scoop on their nuptials and more!
DD: The Shaadi aims to adapt one of Hollywood’s favorite movies into a desi-inspired short film.
Hailing from a cultural background whose mission is to safely transport daughters to their husband’s home from their father’s, breaking free from stereotypes is almost like taking a deep plunge into the unknown. The South Asian communities are deeply embedded into strange cultural traditions where anything out of the norm is looked down upon, raising multiple sets of carefully plucked eyebrows.
Congratulations! You’ve discovered a career you’re in love with and can’t wait to share it with the whole world! But wait, did you forget your parents live in this world as well and they’re watching you from everywhere. From social media, through your webcam, from under your bed - yes, even under your bed. That monster you feared was lurking under your mattress as a child was never an actual monster; it was just your parents’ pending, incremental disappointment in your life choices. Which is honestly scarier than whatever the Boogeyman had planned. So play it safe, girl!
Coffeepass, co-founded by Dev Melepura and Ashwath Biradar, was developed as a means to fix online dating using friends and mutual connections, and a great amount of research on social theories.
A decade ago, South Asian matchmaking was all about the looks of the girl and boy, family background, and the income factor of the groom.
In an effort to better understand the evolution of biodata and how desis evaluate each other, I set out on a quest to join every desi dating app the Apple App Store had to offer. I created profiles for a total of 10 apps, all marketed towards or largely used by South Asians. Rather than list individually what each app offers, my observations below are aggregated in order to demonstrate overall trends.
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