Threads That Tie Us will bring you to places beyond your daily reach and shed light on those whose stories have never been told. There are a mere 400 Halari Oshwals in Canada and only 80,000 around the world.
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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.
Author: Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura. New York Times. NAIROBI, Kenya — Kenya’s national census used to classify them as “Other.” Now, Kenyans of Indian and Pakistani descent, many of whose forebears helped build the nation and fight colonialism but who have often been...