A supporter of American India Foundation in Chicago, Ritu Jain shares her reflections organizing a 5k run to raise awareness and funds for AIF.
By Ritu Jain
I’m a wife,
1. The buffaloes bathe more than the people do
No, I don’t bathe everyday. And I am proud of it. You are lucky if you see me pouring a bucket
Over the weekend, micro Home Solutions hosted a workshop for students from the University of Minnesota, who are visiting Delhi for three weeks in order to understand broadly the challenges,
It’s been two months since I moved here, and Delhi is still to me a city that is indescribable to a frustrating extent. Any word you use to describe it
Moving to a foreign city, where I have no family or relatives present, I have had to create a new community for myself. Strangers have become my friends.
345am. Awaken to the darkness of night. A time when all else sleeps except the teachers of APV school and the crickets. Sitting in silence with one’s body, breath and
It has been a long time since I have posted to this blog. Writing has been on my to-do list but keeps getting buried amongst other tasks. The past few
It is a great time of year to be in Kolkata. The weather has cooled down, the goats are wearing sweaters, and people are all bundled in scarves, hats and
In the past three to four months, I think I’ve finally obtained “neighbor status” in my little corner of Chennai.
A security guard down the street always greets me
My Minnesota pride has been severely humbled during the past few weeks of winter weather here in Anjanisain. I am the only person wearing wool socks (most of the
I wanted to become an AIF Clinton Fellow for two reasons:
Reason #1: Because it was the most challenging option that life presented to me, & I believe that optimum