Throw Out all the Men • Mother’s Market • INDIA

Friday, April 22, 2016

I’m a man. Men aren’t allowed at the market. And why? “Go away!” screeched the wrinkled, 85-year old. With “them” she means men. She means me and completely rejects my…

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GOLD • A Holi Song • With NIMISHA SHANKAR

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

An acoustic performance of Gold, which is a holi song, sung by Nimisha Shankar. Nimisha is a classically trained Indian singer, living in Bangalore at the time of…

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Soliga’s Secret Recipes

Saturday, May 30, 2015

Remember all those old delicious foods your grandma made? If I close my eyes, I can almost smell my Nana’s delicious chicken pie. I’ve tried to replicate her…

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ORE • Modern Indian Art with Rajan Krishnan • Kochi • INDIA

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

One hundred wooden crates, boxes, hide a secret. They contain the core of our existence: ORE. Everything in our world comes from dust, from the earth, from natural…

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SPICY Indian Food • The Food Blogger Uma Mohanraj

Thursday, January 1, 2015

Uma was so kind to invite me into her house for a first-hand chance to see Indian – Tamil – home cooking up close. If you’re feeling spicy…

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STITCH • a Street tailor in Bangalore

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

This young gentlemen fixes ripped backpacks, torn jeans and damaged shirts. Everyday he carts his sewing machine outside and gets started. His father and grandfather are also tailors….

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PULSES • Sifting Lentils

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

I passed numerous groups and individuals sorting the harvest. This group was sifting a couple of different crops – in addition to stacking hay.

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RICE Field • Preparing the Field

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

These men are part of a team who traded off working with the ox team in this rice field outside of Kollegal, India. Some dug out the field…

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HAY • Rural Laborers on the Road

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Two workers first spread the hay over the country road. This way the passing cars and motorbikes will thresh, crunch it. It also dries faster on the hot…

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Dying SONG • an Interview with Singer Nimisha Shankar

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Nimisha Shankar is a classically trained Indian singer who blends Indian classic and folk styles into her own magical mix of sounds. This POSTCARD is a flash interview….

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