Friday, November 13, 2009
Hope you have been well in the past month. For me, as usual, the last few weeks have been quite interesting.
I am honored to have highlighted an interview with a Tamil girl settled in US and her experiences integrating traditional Indian rituals into American life in the interview with NRI Maami. In addition to this wonderful interview, I learned about Diwali as a harvest festival, and I met an interesting friend on Facebook who has anonymously offered an informative article teaching me a new aspect of Indian and Hindu culture in the Tulasi Puja.
I was also featured in an interview in a series of blogger profiles on WebNeeTech.com. Check out my interview and browse other intriguing blogger interviews.
Lastly, I would like to share with you the December 2009 India America Interfaith Calendar. See the list of December spiritual and secular holidays, and download the pdf calendar to hang on your fridge - or whereever you so desire! If you would like the events of this calendar for 2009 and beyond sent to your inbox- with remiders three days before the event, please subscribe.
Thank you for spending time on my website! I appreciate your time and interest.
Jennifer Jayanthi Kumar
Alaivani - Exploring Intercultural and Interfaith Lifestyles of Americans and Indians:
America and India November 2009 Holidays Calendar
Baree in Mauritius (Contributing Author)
Blog Bling November 2009
Click in to read expressions of Indian culture in America, American lifestyle adjustments in Italy, Introspection in the exotic beauty of Utah, and other amazing insights that inspire and motivate!
Colorful Images of Our Life by Krishna Kumar
Photos of our Utah Road Trip (still more to come...), India trip 2009 (still more to come), Syracuse Nationals Car Show 2009, Navarathri Golu 2009 and other amazing shots.
Diwali from a Kerala Perspective
Joby shares Diwali as a harvest festival in Kerala, India.
Inspirational Bloggers: NRI Maami's Expression of Indian Culture in America
How a typical Tamil girl settled in America celebrates with traditional flair holidays such as Navarathri, Diwali.
Malayalam Studies in India, USA and Internationally
Malayalam language learning resources: websites, books, CDs, DVDs, and more!
Tulasi Puja – Utthaana Dvaadashi
In this annual ritual, the Tulasi plant is worshipped for the goddess to mark end of monsoon season.
Photo Contributors this month.
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tschörda at flickr
mckaysavage @ flickr
mckay savage @ flickr
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