“Every Sparrow Was Made to Fly” by Indian American debut writer Lin Thomas is an imaginative and inspiring children’s tale.
The traveling exhibition is on until March 10 at the California Museum in Sacramento.
Sen’s engaging personal memoir won the award in the Adult Non-Fiction category.
Esmail is one of the six musicians chosen for the $50,000 grant for her work bringing Indian and Western classical music together.
This year’s Multicultural Children’s Book Day, which celebrates diversity in children’s books, is on Friday, January 25.
Curl up with these cozy new reads by Indian American authors that deal with everything from politics, migration, feminism and sex.
The Indian American dancer was recently selected for the Choreographers in Mentorship Exchange (CHIME) program.
“The Lady Biker,” a collection of 14 short stories, is an amalgam of American life and Malayalee experience.
More than half a dozen poets from South Asia and United States attend the Aligarh Alumni Association mushaira.
In a new book, Varghese K. George, a former Washington correspondent of The Hindu, dissects the state of bilateral relations in the era of Trump and Modi.
The Indian politician and writer was one of the crowd-pullers at the inaugural JLF at New York.
Review: In “Immigrant, Montana,” Amitava Kumar describes cast of characters well, and their feelings and deep emotions are handled brilliantly.
The September 19-20 event is hosted in association with Asia Society and Museum, and the Consulate General of India.
The author, politician and former UN diplomat will be hosted by the Dallas Indian Arts Collective.
A tribute to popular Indian poet and lyricist Neeraj, who passed away last week.
The writer and filmmaker attacks Preet Bharara for threatening to put him behind bars.
The exhibition, which will showcase Indian culture, will move to other cities and continue for four years.
Among the highlights is live singing on stage by female protagonists
“If I hadn’t been asked about Gandhi, I would never have said he was a casteist and a racist,” the writer tweets.
Royalties from Brad Meltzer’s novel will be donated to Seeds of Peace, a nonprofit group that focuses on personal transformation and then wider societal change.
Singh is planning to sell his artwork at a starting price of $250,000.
The India Fund will be promote arts, artistic exhibits showcasing the history, traditions, literature, music, dance and culture of India.
Kalamangalam had applied three times earlier
Jones’ first edited edition of Vanity Fair will be that of March 2018.