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  • Dakshina uses dance to highlight social issues and mirror the multiple identities of second-generation South Asians in the United States. 

  • Fulbright fellow Karni Singh Jasol brings international learning to his work with museums in India.

  • Indian American author and poet Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni writes powerful stories about South Asian immigrants and works hard to make their lives better.

  • Padma Lakshmi talks about her books, her philanthropic work and how her time in India has influenced her writing.

  • Chesterwood is the historic summer home of Daniel Chester French, who is widely regarded as America’s foremost sculptor of public monuments.

  • The historic mansion in Beverly Hills functions as a popular filming location and city park.

  • Travelers to this small Massachusetts town can explore the homes of some of America’s most famous and influential writers.

  • Ten artists from India, Pakistan and United States were selected to participate in the Dosti Music Project, an initiative of the U.S. Embassy in Pakistan.

  • For centuries, advertising campaigns have been powerful forces in U.S. elections.

  • The actor talks about his films, TV shows and his stint at the White House.

  • Embracing the changes in technology and culture, the Pulitzer Prizes continue to honor the best in journalism, letters and arts.

  • The Philadelphia Museum of Art recently exhibited a collection of drawings from the royal courts of northern India.

  • Fulbright Fellow Kavery Kaul’s documentaries explore the shifting frames of culture, race, class and belonging.

  • Vijay Iyer transforms societal struggles into transcendent music.

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