Category Archives: Desi

Culture Clash: Boobies!

This incident, rather ironically happened to me during World Breastfeeding Week, so wishing all the mamas out there doing it, trying to do it and supporting those that can’t a belated happy World Breastfeeding Week! Find out more in the link … Continue reading

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Cultural Appropriation – My Two-pennies Worth!

  A lot has been written on this subject recently, both in the world of fellow intercultural-relationship bloggers and in the mainstream media. The whole debate has on more than a few occasions ruffled my feathers. There seems to be … Continue reading

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Back home and India is following me – Desi London on big green speakers!

Back in London and back to work! India however, seemed to be following me – my first show was mixing FOH for the BBC Radio Asian Network new music tent at the London Mela festival in Gunnersbury Park. http://www.londonmela.org Stuck behind the … Continue reading

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