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India’s Digital Revolution

India’s Digital Revolution

India has become the world’s fastest growing economy and leader of the tech revolution. India currently holds the place as the second largest population and the world’s seventh largest economy. Due to this rapid growth, India is able to start resolving their poverty ratio, as this has been an issue in the past. To put...
The Celebration of Navratri

The Celebration of Navratri

Navratri is a nine-day festival dedicated to the Goddess Durga.  She is revered as the Mother Goddess and the name Durga means the Invincible One. The beginning of spring and the beginning of autumn are considered to be important junctions of climatic and solar influences. These two periods are taken as sacred opportunities for the...
Nalli: Keeping the Sari Alive

Nalli: Keeping the Sari Alive

Nalli has been in sari business for over 88 years in Chennai. Lavanya Nalli, one of the youngest in the family, takes pride in leading her family business that was first opened by her great-great-grandfather in 1928.  Over the decades, Nalli has become one of India’s best-known brands of saris. The traditional Indian garment for...
Paul Kasmin Gallery Gearing Up for Exhibition of Renowned Artist Robert Polidori

Paul Kasmin Gallery Gearing Up for Exhibition of Renowned Artist Robert Polidori

On September 8th, the Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York will host an exhibition featuring the monumental works of artist Robert Polidori. Famous for his highly detailed photographs, Polidori has turned his camera to the spaces of Havana, remains of Chernobyl after the nuclear accident, and what are probably his most critically acclaimed photos of...
Dipa Karmakar Didn’t Win Gold but Made History for India Instead

Dipa Karmakar Didn’t Win Gold but Made History for India Instead

Dipa Karmakar won the hearts of everyone watching this year’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. The 23-year-old from Tripura is the first woman gymnast from India to qualify for the Olympics. Even though she did not receive a medal, she ranked an impressive fourth place in the women’s vault finals, making it a successful trip...
SHEROES Supports Women back into the Indian Workforce

SHEROES Supports Women back into the Indian Workforce

SHEROES tackles the struggles that women in the Indian workplace are often faced with. According to a 2013 report by Catalyst, nearly half of the women in India’s workforce typically quit their jobs by mid-career due to the difficulty of balancing careers and family responsibilities. Creator of SHEROES, Sairee Chahal who has a 9-year-old daughter...
Dipali Goenka: More than a CEO

Dipali Goenka: More than a CEO

Dipali Goenka is the CEO and Joint Managing Director of Welspun India Ltd, Asia’s largest and the world’s third largest home textile manufacturer. Goenka has consistently worked on developing the culture of excellence and innovation within the organization. By putting the customer as the focal point of the business, she has transformed Welspun into an...
Your Ticket to Attending an Indian Wedding

Your Ticket to Attending an Indian Wedding

Always dreamt of attending an Indian wedding? Well now you can! A month old startup based in Brisbane, Australia called Joinmywedding.com allows its customers to buy a ticket to an Indian wedding. For roughly $300 (Rs 20,000) per person you can attend all of the festivities that Indian weddings have to offer. Joinmywedding.com was co-founded...
Nike Video Ad Empowers Indian Women

Nike Video Ad Empowers Indian Women

Just Do It! A new Nike commercial that features Indian women athletes running, boxing and playing cricket has gone viral. The video has had over 3 million hits on Facebook and 1.4 million on YouTube within the first five days of it being posted. The video, titled “Da Da Ding,” also showcases Indian sports stars which...
Indian – American 16-year old Table Tennis Prodigy, Kanak Jha Olympics Bound

Indian – American 16-year old Table Tennis Prodigy, Kanak Jha Olympics Bound

At just 16 years old, Kanak Jha is the first American born in the 2000s to qualify for the Olympics. The table tennis prodigy grew up near San Jose, California in the city of Milpitas with his parents who emigrated from India. Kanak began playing table tennis at age six because his older sister, Prachi,...
IIT Brings Happiness Research to Campus

IIT Brings Happiness Research to Campus

IIT-Kharagpur is beginning research to crack the happiness code. The school’s future ‘Rekhi Centre for Science of Happiness’ which is named after its alumnus Satinder Singh Rekhi, will aim to promote happiness and positive psychology among its students. Through this center, the goal is to identify through research what scientifically makes people happy and to...
When India and Paris Collide: Introducing the Shoe Collection by Louboutin and Sabyasachi

When India and Paris Collide: Introducing the Shoe Collection by Louboutin and Sabyasachi

  Couture Designers Louboutin and Sabyasachi have designed a limited edition shoe collection together, titled “Bater,” the first ever collaboration between the two luxury trendsetters. Sabyasachi describes the alliance as “extremely Parisian footwear with an Indian baroque sensibility.” Sabyasachi says that his shoes usually have a chunkier look, but for this collection he took a...