The writer, Ankita Rao, is an Indian-American journalist currently based anywhere from the villages of Orissa to the streets of Mumbai.
There are gods on Tinder.
Not Adonis-like gym buffs with quotes about success and protein shakes. No, I’m talking profile photos of Hindu deities like Shiva, Vishnu, Buddha — even the avatar Venkateswara, who, to be honest, I would rather associate with my grandparents and not a dating app. Continue reading Can Tinder Light a Fire in India?→
As India approaches the final days of its election, all eyes are on the central Indian city of Varanasi. There, Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is up against the Common Man Party’s Arvind Kejriwal.