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How I embraced a simpler, slower Diwali

Diwali—it’s one of the festivals we look forward to all year. When I think back to celebrating Diwali in India, I think about the...

India’s autumn fest, a celebration of lights

You could call it India’s autumn festival. Diwali, the five-day festival of lights, celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs and Jains across the world,...

Success Redefined

I have been reading a lot of articles about "successful" people and there is one pattern that I found. This had me thinking how...

A season of lights and literary fests

The Indian diaspora in Australia has been making waves in several fields. Rashesh Bhavsar, CEO & co-founder of Fortune Wealth Creation Group, is one...

Self-Leadership: The beginning of great things

In the Boardroom with Kala Philip What are the characteristics of a born leader? A series of articles that promises to find that answer Self-leadership...

A voice seeks inner peace; a report highlights social inclusion

A few years ago, Menaka Thomas almost lost her eyesight. But it was that episode in her life that gave her new vision. “When...

Bagging the plastic bag

The Devil’s Advocate, serving you a cocktail of humour, wit and sarcasm We are drowning in plastic. It is everywhere. From "single-use" plastic shopping bags...

His Majesty’s Opponents: Allama Mashriqi & Subhas Chandra Bose

Allama Mashriqi (Sage of the East) and Subhas Chandra Bose (Netaji) were two prominent leaders of the Indian sub-continent (now comprised of India, Pakistan,...

Sri Krishna Janmashtami—When the Unborn is Born

“One who knows the transcendental nature of My appearance and activities does not, upon leaving the body, take his birth again in this material...

Off the grid, ear to the ground

For many years screens in the West have portrayed an image of South Asians that made Ravi Chand feel uncomfortable. Born in Fiji with...
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