A Special Father-Son Duo and Their Unique Indian Charoset

Ruth Abusch Magder, Jewish&, 03/20/2018

A recipe for making Indian Passover Seder treat

Queen of the Hanukkah Dosas

Pamela Ehrenberg, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 10/10/2017

In this sweet and humorous picture book, Queen of the Hanukkah Dosas, a multi-cultural family (Mom's Indian; Dad's Jewish) celebrate Hanukkah while incorporating traditional Indian food.

Living in many worlds Indian, Jew, Yiddish-speaker, Tamil-speaker, linguist, professor – Meylekh Viswanath of Teaneck is, does, and thinks about it all

Joanne Palmer, The Times of Israel, 09/25/2017

He’s Jewish. He’s Indian. He’s a runner. He’s a typical extremely well-educated, cosmopolitan (in the apolitical sense of that much-abused word) Orthodox Jew from Teaneck, except he’s also Indian. He’s an Indian, a professional, an academic, except he’s also Jewish.

Living in many worlds

Joanne Palmer, New Jersey Jewish Standard, 09/25/2017

Indian, Jew, Yiddish-speaker, Tamil-speaker, linguist, professor – Meylekh Viswanath of Teaneck is, does, and thinks about it all.

The Last Jews of Cochin, India

Rachel Reed, Pacific Standard, 09/21/2017

Their numbers are dwindling in a seaside town that once gave them refuge—but their culture remains.

Famous Indian Jews From Army to Bollywood, 8 prominent Jews who shaped modern India

Rakesh Jah, Inuth, 09/20/2017

There are around 6000 Jews in the country who are busy protecting the last remnants of Jewish heritage

Perhaps I Have Learned Nothing

Nandita Godbole, Atlanta Jewish Times, 09/19/2017

Nandita Godbole is an Indian origin food writer and cookbook author, living in Roswell for nearly 12 years now. She was raised Hindu but has Jewish roots as well. In her upcoming book, "Not For You: Family Narratives of Denial & Comfort Foods", she discusses some of the influences of a mixed faith marriage in the early and mid 20th century, in rural India, on a young family, and how some of the hurt was perpetuated through time.

Despite Distance and Difference, World Jewry's Rosh Hashana Celebrations Center in Jerusalem

Eliana Rudee, Breaking Israel News, 09/18/2017

"And in that day, a great ram’s horn shall be sounded; and the strayed who are in the land of Assyria and the expelled who are in the land of Egypt shall come and worship Hashem on the holy mount, in Yerushalayim.” Isaiah 27:13 (The Israel Bible™)

How A Mumbai Cook Prepares For Rosh Hashanah

Shulie Madnick, Forward, 09/17/2017

On the morning of Rosh Hashanah Eve 2016, I met Sharona Hayeems, a local Indian Jewish caterer, at her home in Dadar, a neighborhood in Mumbai where some of the remaining 4,500 Indian Jews in India still live. I was there to spend some time watching her cook for Rosh Hashanah. Read more: https://forward.com/food/382673/how-a-mumbai-cook-prepares-for-rosh-hashanah/

Meet the ambassador: 'It's a good time to be the Indian ambassador in Israel'

Greer Fay Cashman, The Jerusalem Post, 09/12/2015

Jaideep Sarkar talks about the diplomatic life, his term here, and his impressions of the land and its people.

How Not To Be a Jerk in Jewish India

Sigal Samuel, Forward, 04/30/2015

I've come to believe is the single hardest thing for Western Jews to grasp when visiting this country: 68 years after India gained independence from its British colonizers, many of us - including Jews - are still colonizing it.

Jewish Soldiers In World War II

Rhona Lewis, The Jewish Press, 04/17/2015

Only synagogue in state enshrined in heritage list

Paul John, The Times of India, 04/13/2015

Passover a spicy affair for Toronto's Indian Jews

Michele Henry, The Star, 04/02/2015

Meet the Last Jews of Calcutta

Mia Tramz and Jael Silliman, Time, 04/01/2015

First known Hindi play on Holocaust presented

Dr. Navras Jaat Aafreedi, San Diego Jewish World, 01/16/2015

Guest Editorial--The Indian Jewry and the Need for Jewish Studies in India

Navras Jaat Aafreedi, Cafe Dissensus, 12/31/2014