Oshwal Heroes: Madhvi Dalal

Oshwal Heroes: Madhvi Dalal

In another installment of Oshwal heroes, we have an inspiring woman named Madhvi Dalal, a pharmacist, yoga teacher and activist, traveling across Kenya, where one million girls miss school each month because they cannot afford sanitary pads. Not only are they...

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Oshwal Heroes: Keshavlal Fulchand Shah

Oshwal Heroes: Keshavlal Fulchand Shah

Keshavlal Fulchand Karman Shah came to Kenya at the age of 11 years in a dhow from Kansumra. He had done primary education up to standard 3 in Gujarati and tended to the family farm called the VADI. He also taught pupils in the school. His salary was 9 rupees for the...

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Our Indiegogo Campaign is Live!

Our Indiegogo Campaign is Live!

We are thrilled to announce that we have launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise money for Threads That Tie Us! As we begin to head into post-production, we need to raise some funds in order to complete the film. Our first goal is $50,000, but we do have stretch goals...

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All Oshwals Have A Unique Surname

All Oshwals Have A Unique Surname

Although the "Shah" surname is commonly used by Oshwals, every Oshwal has a unique surname that he or she identifies with. For example, my surname is Dodhia. Watch this video for the history of this surname. Posted by Oshwal News on Saturday, September 10, 2016...

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Is It Important To Maintain One’s Own Mother Tongue?

Is It Important To Maintain One’s Own Mother Tongue?

Most of us today use English to communicate. We also think in English. If this is the case, how do we maintain Gujarati as a language if we cannot express ourselves in it? This is an interesting Podcast that was on the Canadian Broadcast Corporation’s Radio.

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