Anu Vaidyanathan: Bridging cultures through comedy and courage

Anu Vaidyanathan is a filmmaker, comedian, and engineer. In 2009, she made history as the first Indian triathlete, male or female, to complete an Ironman Triathlon.

“Free to Be Me”

As Rishi Sunak, the first British Asian Prime Minister of the UK, campaigned for the Conservative party last month, he hailed the UK as the “world’s most successful multi-ethnic, multi-faith democracy” during a visit to a Hindu temple.

Remembering Shri Khodidasbhai Dhamecha on his second death anniversary

The strong foundation of heritage, philanthropy and service built by Shri Khodidasbhai Dhamecha is an inspiration for future generations and our communities. 

Tribute to Pravinbhai Sangani: Community pioneer and Renaissance Man

Pravinkumar Girdharlal Sangani, a well known figure from Birmingham’s Hindu Community passed away in Australia last week, aged 77, after a short illness.  

"In a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist. We must be anti-racist". This quote by American Political Activist, Angela Davis highlighted the...

Last week, my husband and I had a special invitation. Anju Ranjan, our Consul General in Edinburgh until October 2019, and currently the Consul General in Johannesburg, South Africa, invited us to a reading of her books at the Sahitya Academi,...

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