From a jelly made of Platostoma palustre grass to drinkable tofu, Asian desserts are as varied as the colors of halo-halo. Some ingredients, such as fresh jackfruit or pandan leaf, may be more regional, but thanks to the Asian immigrant community’s influence in the Bay Area, there are many options available close to campus. Bao…
Even 39 years after its first release, K. Vishwanath’s Telugu film ‘Sankarabharanam’ still stands the test of time as one of the greatest path-breaking films ever made in Indian cinema.
The artist Andy Warhol once commented that, “All art is commercial art.” Satyajit Ray’s cinema, however, was steadfastly noncommercial. Ray was a certified auteur who made no concessions to the box office and preserved his personal vision at all costs. Although his films were acclaimed both in India and abroad, they were not as profitable…
Nestled into the heart of California Avenue is one of Palo Alto’s most popular Indian-Pakistani restaurants — Zareen’s — recognized as a Michelin Guide Restaurant in 2017 and 2018.
In high school, Diva Sharma ’21 developed a device to detect stress in both humans and animals with the help of the Indian Institute of Technology. Sharma was recently named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in Asia, following nominations in both the “Health and Sciences” and “Youngest” categories.
Rhythms is a multicultural benefit show that features a wide variety of student group performance — both traditional and modern renditions of cultural dance, a cappella and other talents.
This winter, history lecturer C. Ryan Perkins is offering Stanford’s first general survey course on the history of South Asia.
Since its Oct. 2 launch, the data-driven Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development (CGPD) has engaged researchers, students and leaders from both the private and public sector to offer insights on some of the greatest challenges of global development.