Penn Masala, a university a cappella group, brings fusion music from Bollywood and Hollywood to world leaders at the White House.
Fulbright-Nehru Fellow Kavery Kaul talks about her documentary, “The Bengali,” and the ties between South Asians and African Americans in the United States.
Sitar player Rishab Rikhiram Sharma talks about his tryst with the instrument and on pursuing it in the United States.
Fans at the Delhi Comic Con remember how childhood American superheroes inspired them through very human struggles.
Through tours sponsored by the U.S. State Department, Ari Roland leads artistes to build international understanding through music.
The Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle offers a glimpse of some of the biggest cultural icons and phenomena.
Fulbright-Nehru Doctoral Research Fellow Anugyan Nag explores the connections between movie dances in Bollywood and Hollywood.
Learn about the history, art, creativity and technology of American music at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.
U.S. State Department’s and Film Independent’s Global Media Makers exchange program connects Indian film professionals with U.S. experts.
Vinita Sud Belani’s theater company, EnActe Arts, works to increase representation of South Asians in theater.