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Pashmina- The Magical Wool

Pashmina is a magical, enchanting story of an Indian- American teenager looking for answers regarding her country, her father and her mother’s choices and when she finds her mother’s Pashmina shawl, she’s taken on an incredible journey of self worth and the power of choices. 238 more words


Welcome to The Asian Massive.

Well, hello. Namaskar.

Six years ago, on April 1, 2012, a legendary brown uprising came to an end.

We closed our beloved bunker after much consideration regarding the inexorable directions our personal lives were taking, stark changes in media consumption, and most importantly, the dramatic “rise” of the South Asian American community and its fortunes. 385 more words


Hasan Minhaj Becomes First Indian American To Host A Weekly Show On Netflix

The famous comedian and actor Hasan Minhaj is all set to host his own weekly comedy show on Netflix, later this year, making him the first Indian-American host. 345 more words

Jenifer Sayyed

Meet the Biggest Indian-American Traitor in US History

Indian-Americans tend to be loyal to the United States.  They generally work or study, raise their families, and peacefully go about their business as doctors or cab drivers or hotel owners.   501 more words


A Different Perspective in Chinatown

San Francisco’s Chinatown bills itself as the largest district of its kind outside of Asia and the most established in North America. But not every merchant is of Chinese ancestry. 877 more words

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Crossing Lines

Directed by Indira S. Somani & Leena Jayaswal, 2007, 32 min

Crossing Lines is about an Indian American woman’s struggle to stay connected to India after the loss of her father.  140 more words

When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon

Title: When Dimple Met Rishi

Author: Sandhya Menon

Pub Date: May 2017

My Rating: ★★☆☆☆

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