Home Beauty Women fashion Women Fashion on August 2, 2022 There's a reason why representation matters: it shapes how POC are seen by society and how they see themselves - and there's a lot of value in seeing the media reflect a more diverse view. And in this week's episode of, what caught our eyes are the all-new Indian Barbie by Deepica Mutyala of LiveTinted in collaboration with Mattel (producers of Barbie). " When I look at my nieces and nephews, it's a whole other world for them. It's not that discrimination is gonna go away overnight. But I really do believe that seeing those faces in the media, holding the dolls in your hand that looks like you, those are the things that change entire generations and the way that they function and how the world works ," says Deepica Mutyala, founder and CEO of Live Tinted. " Meet 2022's Barbie. Her skin is TINTED, her eyes big, and her brows bold. She wears her jhumkas … [Read more...] about First Ever Indian Barbie Doll With Jhumkas Is What Representation Is All About!
Home Art culture Art Culture on August 8, 2022 Although many aspiring actors move to Los Angeles hoping to make it big, Dustin Hoffman, who was born there on August 8, 1937, preferred to move to New York City at the age of 20 to find acting gigs. Sharing an apartment with Robert Duvall and Gene Hackman, he picked up odd jobs while trying to build his career on Broadway and studying at Lee Strasberg's Actors Studio, which led him to become a dedicated method actor. After Hoffman's film debut in "The Tiger Makes Out" in 1967, his breakthrough role came later that same year. 'The Graduate,' the film that would change everything Filmmaker Mike Nichols cast him as the lead character in "The Graduate," which tells the story of an aimless recent college graduate who is seduced by an older woman. It was an unconventional choice at the time, as this type of role would usually have been given to a tall, handsome actor and not "a … [Read more...] about Dustin Hoffman Birthday Special Irresistibly Versatile Actor Turns 85
Home Women Women on July 18, 2022 Margaret Alva is a former governor of Rajasthan and a current candidate for the Vice President elections from the joint opposition, as announced on 17 July, Sunday. The politician, who is 80 years old, will compete in the vice presidential elections on August 6 against Jagdeep Dhankhar, the nominee of the National Democratic Alliance and the current governor of West Bengal. Tomorrow on 19 July, which is the deadline for filing nominations for the election to be held on August 6, Alva would submit her nomination paperwork. She is a lawyer and is from Mangaluru, Karnataka. She served as governor of four states and was a member of both houses of parliament. The unanimous decision to run Alva for the VP elections was made at a meeting of 17 opposition party leaders at the home of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Sharad Pawar. The meeting was held for two hours. According to Pawar, with the … [Read more...] about Who Is Margaret Alva, Opposition’s Candidate For Vice President Of India?
Home Insync Insync on July 14, 2022 The national anthem of India, 'Jana Gana Mana' is a patriotic song that evokes vicarious emotions about the nation's history, traditions, and sacrifices that brought India to the brink of freedom. The original song was written in Bengali, but in a Sanskritized dialect known as Sadhu Bhasha. Written by Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore on 11 December 1911, it was first sung by him on 27 December 1911 and accorded the grand status as the National Anthem on 24 January 1950 by the Constituent Assembly. It was translated into Hindi by Abid Ali. 'Jana Gana Mana': Lyrics in Bangla জনগণমন-অধিনায়ক জয় হে ভারতভাগ্যবিধাতা! The 52-second song defines the beauty of Bharat (India) and has an underlying message of unity in diversity. In Tatwabodhini Patrika, this song was published under the title 'Bharat Bidhata' in 1912 and was the official publication of Brahmo Samaj and of which World Poet … [Read more...] about Independence Day 2022: National Anthem Of India ‘Jana Gana Mana’ Song Lyrics and Meaning in English
Home Insync Pulse Pulse on August 15, 2022 Despite being home to 1.38 billion people, the average Indian — for much of the West — remains a dorky, bespectacled engineer who's won spelling bees and speaks in a strange accent. India celebrates 75 years of independence (its 76th year) from British colonial rule on August 15, 2022, and Indian talent and culture have swept across much of the globe — from yoga and spirituality to the CEOs of multinational corporations like Google and Twitter. Yet simplistic portrayals of the country still dominate many minds in North America and Europe. Heres 7 things people often get wrong about India: Indians and Hindus are not synonymous Starting with the basics, India is a diverse country with several major religions, including — but not limited to — Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Sikhism, and Jainism. About 2.9 million people also identify as atheists, according to the 2011 … [Read more...] about Independence Day Special: 7 Things The West Gets Wrong About India