She was living her life, she was quite well off. She had a lot to offer and was a beautiful woman. Then, people started noticing her beauty. People started noticing all that she had, all that she was. People started noticing how they could benefit off of her. One even went in search of her,... Continue Reading →
Respect for culture begins with us to respecting ourselves and the accents around us. Respect is a huge part of Indian culture. One aspect of respect that I believe needs to be voiced more especially for Indian Americans is the concept of accent. I’ve been there done that as a kid where we laugh at... Continue Reading →
...but we can also set a platform for the Indian kids of the next generation to grow to even higher levels representing Indian Americans without the limits we felt we had growing up.."
"Champion Capri's & Sperry's with mismatched socks in the middle of a historic gali (narrow street)in my desh(country), this picture accurately describes me in a nutshell"-Amruta Panth So, I'm Indian...but I'm also American. I'm 150% Indian from the inside out, but I wasn't raised there. I was raised always being " The Indian Girl"'in a... Continue Reading →