Art festival in Shravanabelagola will showcase India’s history and heritage

Art festival in Shravanabelagola will showcase India’s history and heritage

January 27, 2018 |
Author: Parimal Pandya, Vice President, Akamai Technologies, Media Division, Asia Pacific and Japan
A unique art festival in Shravanabelagola, India showcases history and heritage going back a thousand years! Shravanabelagola is one of the most prominent Jain pilgrimage centers located 145 kilometers from Bangalore. The small town of less than five thousand people… Read more
Transforming Learning Outcomes for India’s Working Poor

Transforming Learning Outcomes for India’s Working Poor

January 19, 2018 |
Author: Vikram Jain, Director at FSG Mumbai, a nonprofit helping leaders scale social change in India
FSG Inc. is a mission-driven non-profit supporting leaders in creating large-scale, lasting social change. The Inclusive Markets (IM) team based in Mumbai works on market-based solutions that address development challenges central to the lives of low-income families. The team has… Read more
2017: Year in Review

2017: Year in Review

December 30, 2017 |
Author: MR Rangaswami, Indiaspora Founder
As we look back to what 2017 held in store, I am proud to say our 5th anniversary year has proved to be one of Indiaspora’s most fruitful yet. From the quality programming we organized—19 events in total—I can confidently… Read more
Transforming India from TB Hot Zone to TB Hot Shot

Transforming India from TB Hot Zone to TB Hot Shot

December 9, 2017 |
Author: Amita Gupta, Associate Professor of Medicine and International Health, and Deputy Director of the Center for Clinical Global Health Education, at Johns Hopkins University
As a clinical researcher working to ease the burden of tuberculosis in India, I know first-hand how deadly and miserable tuberculosis can be. Best known for its cruel toll on the lungs, TB can spread to just about every part… Read more
Can Indian Spirituality Help Salve America’s Fissures?

Can Indian Spirituality Help Salve America’s Fissures?

October 30, 2017 |
Author: Amita Shukla, founder and CEO of Vitamita
Divisiveness is on the rise today, in the United States and around the world. While theories for its rise are many—growing globalization, migration, and inequality; polarizing leaders and identity politics; surging Internet filter bubbles and social isolation—they lead to the… Read more