Letter from the editor: November 2020 – The Indian SCENE

Letter from the editor: November 2020

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, some major forthcoming events are determined to affect the Indian-American community.

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With every passing month we strive to do our best at offering you with a refreshing take on thoughts, commentaries, and a solicitous coverage of stories/pieces most relevant to the Indian-American community in the United States. In our October issue we were pleased to shed light on organizations like GLAC, sanctioning noble causes, while also putting forward some heartfelt personal accounts, intriguing profiles, and a heady mix of lifestyle, food, and entertainment.

This month characterized by the 2020 U.S. presidential elections and the thanksgiving holiday season is as momentous for The Indian SCENE and the Indian-American community, as it is for the nation.  Whatever the outcome, the social and political assimilation of the Indian-American community is set to intensify.

The nation’s impending thanksgiving holiday season cannot be left unexplored. The holiday season marked by congregation of friends and family coming together to celebrate, dine, and express gratitude towards their blessings may face limitations as medical experts advise citizens to follow social distancing norms amidst the COVID-19 crisis. A low-key thanksgiving celebration is the best option to avoid the virus this year. Nonetheless, to help you scale-up your celebrations at home you can expect to try some of our generous food recipes this month. Not to mention, we will have much more in store for you in this month’s issue as we touch upon fashion, parenting, motivational personal accounts, etc.

With questions or feedback, please contact us at editor@theindianscene.com. We’re also always considering ideas and submissions for reported pieces, cultural criticism and timely, well-researched commentary relevant to the Indian-American community.

Pradnya Kalgutkar


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