Enjoy the full live stream from the 2021 Dances of India performance.
The Sultans of String released this song to coincide with the April 10th anniversary of the disaster along with collaborator Anwar Khurshid.
In a race against India's looming water shortage, engineer-turned-water conservationist Anand Malligavad takes on his city's water woes one lake at a time.
"There's something to show for a lifetime of work." An architect reflects on a life built off the grid, among the redwoods.
Mandatory lockdowns, quarantines and shelter-in-place orders meant to contain COVID-19 have created a shadow pandemic of domestic abuse, says physician Kemi DaSilva-Ibru.
A contemporary and colorful window into the amazing ancient culture of the nomadic Kalbeliya Tribes, living in rural Rajasthan.
In India's Assam state, 1.9 million people are facing a battle to prove they belong.
Filmmaker Paula Palacios goes on a road trip to explore her Spanish heritage and learn about Moriscos, Christian Spaniards of Muslim origin.
From the roots of martial arts to the fundamentals of healthy living, a vast range of human practices can be traced back to the Indian subcontinent.
JayaShri Maathaa shares how two magical words of gratitude can invite bliss, joy and harmony.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech was held on December 7th via video conferencing.
This Woman of Steel is redefining standards of female beauty and strength, one bench-press at a time.
A practitioner of the inward-looking form of Islam known as Sufism, Noah Nazir pursues self-improvement as a means of connecting with God. This is especially true at the ping pong table at his local Sufi center.
Dr. Varun Sivaram proposes a plan for India to reimagine its economy with renewable energy at its heart.
On the auspicious occasion of Diwali here is a recording of a "Sangam" project; a collaborative effort between students of Indian Classical and students of Sinfonia class at UNCG.
For diaspora communities, food is deeply intertwined with a sense of self. It can be an expression of faith, culture, and even politics.
From Delhi to Chennai, and even Gandhi, these facts about India will surely let you have a whole new understanding of this colorful country of festivals.
There are over 1,300 Domino's Pizza stores across 282 cities in India, and its footprint continues to grow...
From the 900-year-old remains of Angkor Wat in the Cambodian jungle the staggering City of the God Kings, Angkor Wat is recreated.
Dedicated Muslim caretakers tend to the three active synagogues in the city of Kolkata...