Thursday 20 September, 2018

Flutist Shashank Subramanyam: From child prodigy to maestro

BY JYOTHSNA HEGDE Photos by Suresh Byagathvalli  Atlanta, GA, September 6, 2018: “Music is perhaps my best-spoken languages. It has been my life, an extension of my body and soul,” says Grammy nominated exponent of the Bamboo flute, child [...]

Bridging traditional matchmaking and modern dating: Banyan Way

BY ARCHITH SESHADRI Atlanta, GA, August 6, 2018: If you ask most Indians or Indian Americans, they love three things: cricket, cinema and politics. A lot of dinner party conversations will revolve around these topics in some way shape or form. If [...]

Gearing up for summer adventures to Europe?

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Wearing salwar-suits, Indian mother takes to international WWE ring

Jalandhar (Punjab), May 6 (IANS) WWE fights may be flashy, hard and violent at times but the first Indian woman to get into that ring at the international level has beaten bigger odds at home to reach there. Kavita Devi, who is better known [...]

Meet the young USA coach popularizing cricket in the American heartland

Photo courtesy: by Peter Della Penna BY MAHADEV DESAI While cricket has become the most popular sport in India and other British Commonwealth countries, it is still in its infancy in America. Over the last one decade, cricket [...]

Invincible: How a woman amputee created history at the top of the world

Lucknow, Oct 25 (IANS) A national-level volleyball player, Arunima Sinha was thrown off a moving train by a bunch of goons in 2011. Overcoming unbearable pain as she lay on the tracks through the night, she lost one of her legs and had a metal [...]

Restoring balance when the woods show the way

BY SUPRIYA D G “Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts. There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature — the assurance that dawn comes [...]

The story of unlikely hikers atop Mount Kilimanjaro

BY SHAILESH SARDA With inputs from his team members This is the story of how one good thing led to the achievement of seemingly impossible goals. This is a story to remind everyone in the community that it’s never too late to set a huge [...]

All in the family: Behind the Patel Brothers success story

BY VEENA RAO Photos courtesy Rita Patel When 23-year-old Mafatbhai Patel left his small village of Bandu in Gujarat’s Mehsana district for the US in 1968, little could he have foreseen his future as co-founder and head of the sprawling multi-million [...]

Embracing the world: Mata Amritanandamayi’s unique quest to unite the world

“She stands here in front of us. God’s love in a human body.” said Dr. Jane Goodall, while presenting Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, known as Amma, with the 2002 Gandhi-King Award for Non-Violence. Sharon Stone – when she welcomed [...]