Category Archive for: ‘Incredible Indian’

  • KRISTI 2 Copy

    Kristi Biswas from Jacksonville Florida wins – 1st place Florida State Science Fair, and 3rd place International Science and Engineering Fair.

      Name : Kristi Biswas Parents Name: Dhiman Biswas and Suchitra Biswas Name of the School: Paxon School of Advanced Studies Grade: 11   Please tell us in brief about the competition you just won: I participated in the Florida State Science and Engineering fair …

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  • Faced with today’s crisis, what would Gandhi do?

    Faced with today’s crisis, what would Gandhi do?

    The current global crisis is multilayered. The COVID-19 pandemic, economic recession, and global warming are compounded by the void of political and moral leadership. Faced with the present crisis, what would Gandhi do? His solutions would have some common features. First, he would not merely …

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  • Historic Dandi March By Raj Shah

    Historic Dandi March By Raj Shah

    A 61 year old man, 91 years ago, walked 241 miles in 25 days, which included three rest days, at a pace of nearly 11 miles per day. That man is not other than our own Mahatma Gandhi ji and that walk was called the …

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  • The Truths We Hold: An American Journey

    The Truths We Hold: An American Journey

    The daughter of immigrants and civil rights activists, Vice President Kamala Harris was raised in a California community that cared deeply about social justice. As she rose to prominence as a political leader, her experiences would become her guiding light as she grappled with an …

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  • Petals of Padma: Acknowledging Excellence

    Petals of Padma: Acknowledging Excellence

    Petals of Padma: Acknowledging Excellence “Be the servant while leading. Be unselfish. Have infinite patience, and success is yours.” ― Swami Vivekananda Padma, the Sanskrit name for lotus, carries great significance in Indian culture and heritage. The Padma, or lotus, emerges from muddy water and …

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  • Kasturba Gandhi, the force behind Mahatma Gandhi

    Kasturba Gandhi, the force behind Mahatma Gandhi

    By Tanvi Dubey Mohan Das Karamchand Gandhi’s evolution from a lawyer, to becoming the face of India’s non-violent struggle for independence as the Mahatma, has been written about at great length. In this journey of a man who is regarded as the father of the …

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  • Indian Americans in Biden’s Administration

    Indian Americans Fill Key Positions in President Biden’s Administration

    Indian Americans in the United States make for nearly 1% in the total population and 5.9% in the total foreign born population. With President Joe Biden taking office, Indian Americans will hold some of the most prestigious offices in the nation’s administration. Joining the administration …

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  • PM Narendra Modi Ranked Most Popular Among World Leaders

    PM Narendra Modi Ranked Most Popular Among World Leaders

    Notwithstanding anything and everything, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi reigns supreme. Despite demonetization, GST, COVID-19, Article 370, CAA, Love Jihad and the farm laws, Modi makes his mark. The timeline shows his popularity graph rising. Detractors just do not have enough mud to sling and …

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  • Remembering Gandhi ji: An Exhibition of Charcoal Sketches

    Remembering Gandhi ji: An Exhibition of Charcoal Sketches

    by Sanjiv Anand It is our honor to present the unique accomplishments of our own Sanjiv Anand, an accomplished architect, building designer, dreamer and soft spoken leader from South Florida. With his exhibition of Ganhdiji’s sketches, he has accomplished something many of us can only …

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  • Mahatma Gandhiji

    Did Mahatma Gandhi See His End Coming?

    “I shall not live to be forty years old.” That was the statement made by Swami Vivekananda long before he died. He then passed away at the age of thirty-nine years, five months, and twenty-four days, thus fulfilling his own prophecy. So is it true …

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