Dr. Deepak Chopra spoke to a full hall in Toronto about the formula for happiness and how we are all spiritual beings.
Maharaja: The Splendour of India’s Royal Courts will be on exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario from November 20, 2010 until April 3, 2011. It features more than 200 objects made by or for the maharajas of India from the 17th century to 1947.
For World Water Day help save the rivers of India. Amazingly, more then 1/10 of the entire world’s humanity depends on the Ganga (Ganges) River for livelihood. But the Ganga is dangerously polluted, as are many of the rivers of India. Right now in India, G.D. Agrawal is fasting to save the Ganga. Follow his story.
Film review of Eat, Pray, Love: It’s not a spiritual quest at all, it’s a Julia Roberts movie – a travelogue of her face and her familiar, and limited, emotional range. Very disappointing and filled with wasted opportunities. It should be renamed Eat, Pray, Loveboat.
Today, July 18 is Elizabeth Gilbert’s birthday and I salute her for writing Eat, Pray, Love and inspiring others. I too went on a journey of self-discovery to India, and I know the value.
As women’s roles in Indian society change, are they reflected in the movies we watch? Asian Woman Magazine asked three successful, talented and powerful actresses –Rani Mukherjee, Pryianka Chopra and Seema Biswas – for their take on the roles women play in India cinema.