Learning from the Golden Triangle: Rethinking Tourism

A conscientiously designed tourism program can benefit both tourists and communities while leaving a light […]


Retrospect and Nostalgia: Start of the Journey

Growing up, I was surrounded by strong women from the maternal side of my family: […]


The Inspiration Behind Philanthropy

Now that the spring gala season at AIF has drawn to a dramatic close with […]


Thank you, Babita

I scrolled through Facebook, looking at pictures of friends in New York, DC, Philly, San […]


Single White Female Traveling Through India Seeks Adventure, Risk, and Reward

One of my favorite movies is Paris Je T’aime. It is a series of vignettes […]


Halfway There! (Ohhhh, Living on a Prayer!)

Cue the infectious Jon Bon Jovi song, as I write this blog at my official […]


The Humor In Flexibility

The following story, in my opinion, is hilarious, and demonstrates metaphorically the resilience, flexibility, and […]


A new beginning

I have no idea what time it is.  My watch says it’s 3:45 am, but […]


AIF Weighs In on the Growing Draw of India for Young Americans

American students find boomtown opportunities in India July 16, 2012 – Latitude News DELHI, India […]


A Holiday in Kashmir

While India has given me a plethora of interesting travel experiences in these brief 8 […]

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