“Here’s the gift you gave me a few Diwalis ago. I expect it back in 3 to 5 years.”
Prepare to feel insecure about all your skills and talents.
“Happy Diwali, humans! I’ll be hiding under your bed quaking in fear until further notice.” -Every dog in India
Because John Cho can not be our only, and last, dreamy Asian lead on network TV.
Because the only thing that can make this show tolerable is copious amounts of alcohol.
Cyclone Hudhud hit the eastern coast of India on Sunday, destroying homes, power lines, and bringing in heavy rain and wind.
Though not as well-known as Malala Yousfzai, Kailash Satyarthi is widely recognized as one of the world’s foremost advocates against child labor. He embodies a tradition of non-violent activism that stretches back to Mahatma Gandhi.
Since it was announced that the 2014 Nobel Peace prize was being shared by Pakistani Malala Yousafzai and India Kailash Satyarthi, a lot of desi Tweeters have the same urgent request.
Our Facebook fans showed us how they say hello and goodbye in their languages.
Five… Five dollar… Five dollar so wrong! Gimme, gimme.
And, in the process, winning both our hearts and the internet.
Watch it now, because Kal Ho Na Ho.
This appears to be in retaliation to an Indian hacker group attacking the Pakistan People’s Party website after ceasefire violations committed by Pakistan at the Line of Control.
These lunches are cool enough for school.
(Also, please watch it ASAP, in case it gets taken down by… Well, someone who feels strongly about something.)
The poor pooch was stuck to the ground before being freed.
Special recommendation: Rekindling your relationship with pizza.
Bikini, burka, sari — no dress is a ‘yes’.
Because there is more to India than cricket.
“We pledge that we will never give up the struggle for women’s rights.”
“Do you sleep in turban? How long is your hair? Do you use conditioner?”
“I want to replace Shah Rukh Khan.”
Give your takeout delivery guy a break. You can make great Indian food at home.
On September 21st, India joined 48 other countries in the global demonstration of peace.
Padmini Prakash was disowned by her parents at the age of 13, but only months after India’s Supreme Court recognition of transgender rights, she is hosting a nightly news segment.