Indian Culture
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And So You Were Born Review star
Mona Parsa reinforces the fact that every child born into this world is loved through her powerful presentation in ‘And So You Were Born’. Here is a detailed review of this interactive, children’s i-application.

Highway On My Plate - Book Review star
Highway on my Plate is a must have book for anyone planning to hit Indian roads. This easy to use guide helps you locate the best places to fill your tummy on a long ride in Indian Highways. Read this review to learn what else you can find with Highway on my Plate on your Indian road travels.

India Charming Chaos 1 and 2 - Book Review star
Can chaos be charming? Johnny Fincioen believes it can when one is in India. His conclusion is based on a five week cultural adventure in India with his photographer wife Claudine Van Massenhove. Read this review to know more about the exciting India tour of this Flemish American couple.

Indian Culture Site Shop star
Welcome to the Indian Culture Site shop! You can make wise shopping decisions with the help of reliable reviews on books, magazines, applications and products that have originated in India or relate to Indian Culture here.

Learn Hindi Through English - Book Review star
Hindi is the official language recognized in India. ‘Learn Hindi in 30 Days Through English’ is a self learning guide to Hindi. Here is a review of this book.

Magic Pot Magazine Review star
Magazines in English for children are few in India and Magic Pot is certainly one of the best options available for kids in Nursery and Primary school. Here is a review on Magic Pot Magazine.

South Indian Recipes - Book review star
Nita Mehta’s ‘South Indian Recipes’ is the perfect choice for anyone to start making delectable South Indian dishes. Here is a review on this vegetarian cookbook that features the best of South Indian cuisine.

The Amy Carmichael Story DVD Review star
Amy Carmichael came as a missionary from Ireland to India early in the 19th century and this DVD from the Torchlighters series is an animated account of her arduous attempt to do away with one of India’s nastiest social evils; temple prostitution. Here is a review of The Amy Carmichael Story DVD

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