When I told my coworkers, family, and friends that I was going to live in rural India for ten months, the reaction quickly became predictable: raised eyebrows, pursed lips, and
“Auntie, may I have some water?”
Each day, empty 2 litter bottles exchange hands from me to my landlord. A smile stretches across her face while I await the
I consider myself a storyteller, a wordsmith, a communication expert, a journalist. I seek out narratives in my day-to-day, craft puns in my spare time, accidentally interview my friends mid-casual-conversation.
The word just sounds welcoming, like a soft, verbal hug. Oftentimes, the second syllable lasts longer than the moment shared between passersby, as if to not only offer an approaching
Nestled in a quaint village on the outskirts of the jungle in Anjuna, Goa is an old Portuguese house that is the home to a small media organization with a
By Alex Counts
Earlier this year, the American India Foundation community bid a fond farewell to Venkatesh Raghavendra, affectionately known to all as Venky, from our staff team. We