WASHINGTON DC – Reports are coming in early Wednesday morning that the bindi, also known as “the Red Dot”, on Indian women’s foreheads is actually an activation switch for what is being called Goddess Mode. Continue reading “Indian Women Worldwide Reveal Red Dot Activates Goddess Mode; Deploys Additional Arms”
1. Namrata Aunty’s: Look at that finesse. That samosa is draped better than your saris. Do you even know how to make pleats? Continue reading “7 Samosas That Are Better Than You”
There’s usually way too much food floating around, that is until you have to go look for it yourself. Continue reading “5 Reasons Why You Can’t Find Food At Your Parent’s House”
In recent years there has been much speculation behind who the turban emoji actually represents. While many ethnic groups across the world lay claim to representing the ‘actual’ turban emoji, much of the controversy centers around South Asia where two primary groups claim to be the one. Continue reading “Deep Dive: What’s The Deal With The Turban Emoji?”
BROOKLYN, NY – In hushed tones, students arrange their yoga mats on the hardwood floors of Brooklyn-based, Shanti Yoga Studio. Continue reading “White Yoga Instructor Still Can’t Pronounce ‘Namaste’ Correctly”
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Moving into their new Bay Area apartment this past year, 25-year-old’s Amar Joshi, Shaan Tiwari, and Vishal Pathak, were ready to buy some furniture and create a temporary home for themselves.
ATLANTA – Hundreds from Atlanta’s South Asian community assembled at Drs. Hemant and Suresha Reddy’s Buckhead home this Saturday to join a surprise intervention on behalf of the couple’s son, Kishore Reddy.
Continue reading “Community Mobilizes to Save High School Freshman Interested in Gender Studies BA”