Short cultural snippets for an easily digestible India Word: Khichdi The word khichdi derives from the Sanskrit khiccā, a dish of rice and lentils. Mixed with spices and vegetables, khichdi is still a staple, comfort food across all regions of India; and as a meal that is high in protein, …
A primer on the colours that are special to India and Indians
Meet Mick Purcell, Head of School, KC High, Chennai
One look at Santhosh Babu and all the clichés that popular culture had me believe about Indian bureaucrats were shattered. Dressed in sleek trousers, a formal shirt and a blazer, Santhosh is a gentleman whose only aim at the moment is to increase the demand for artefacts making complete use …
Ever wondered what brings people from different countries to Chennai? Work? Business? Career opportunities? Travel and adventure? What about love?
On August 15, 2014, Narendra Damodardas Modi, the Prime Minister of India, in his Independence Day address, said, “I want to appeal to all the people world over, from the ramparts of the Red Fort, ‘Come, make in India’, ‘Come, manufacture in India’. Sell in any country of the world …
Meet Danny Carroll, a British national who has lived and worked in India for over 20 years.
Short cultural snippets for an easily digestible India
Do you know the only place juxtaposing Siva and Vishnu temples, both millennial and pre-dating the great Chola temples?
A young writer from across the border writes about similarities in culture between India and Pakistan