Monthly Archives: May 2010

“The Twain Shall Meet”

Click here to read “The Twain Shall Meet” which describes how South Asian artists are focusing on issues of globalization and the predominant influence of popular American culture (“The Indian American” magazine March/April 2010 issue).

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“Hindu Today”

Click here to read a review of “Bollywood Weddings” in the March 2010 issue of “Hindu Today“.

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The Nehru Centre

Tonight I have a talk at The Nehru Centre, the cultural wing of the High Commission of India. It’s aim is to foster a continuous, varied and meaningful dialogue between India and Britain. The majority of audience members were first-generation immigrants from India and young women looking for a spouse. After the talk, the conversation was quite lively – a few parents asked me why their children are so “disrespectful”; some of the unmarried women asked me to describe the difference between the Indian communities in England and America. Afterwards, I talked to Jazmine Labana about her exhibition of paintings, “The Journey”, which is on display at the centre this week.

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