In case you missed it, here’s the Month in Review | The Indian Dominion | March 2017.
The Sikh Riders of America are changing the stereotypes of Sikh in America by hitting the road in the most badass way possible: biker gangs. The organization also hold fundraisers and in three years have donated up to $68,000 to charities.
In case you missed it, here’s the Month in Review | The Indian Dominion | February 2017.
At 6’4″, Prabhnoor Singh has all the making of a future basketball star. Singh started playing in India as a member of its national under-17 team. and has currently finished his senior year in Bayport High School, New York. Continue reading “PRABHNOOR SINGH: Basketball Star in The Making”
Alexi Singh Grewal, aged 56, was born to an Indian family in Aspen, Colorado on September 8, 1960. A former cyclist, he became the first American to win an Olympic gold medal in road cycling in the 1984 Summer Olympics. Continue reading “ALEXI SINGH GREWAL: Blast From A Cycling Past”
In case you missed it, here’s a Month in Review | The Indian Dominion | January 2017.
Hashim Amla is a South African International cricketer. He has his roots in Gujarat, India but was born on March 31, 1983, in Durban. Along with his elder brother, Amla was passionate about cricket since his formative years. Continue reading “Tête–à–tête with Hashim Amla”
Reuben Paul may look like any other 10-year-old. He is anything but that. Born to Indian parents, Sangeetha and Mano Paul, Reuben is the CEO of his company, Prudent Games. A black belt in Kung Fu, he is also known as “spider-ben” and “hacker”. In fact, he is the youngest person in America to have a black belt in Kung Fu. Continue reading “The 10-Year-Old CEO!”
Monty Panesar was born to Indian parents in Luton, England. He made his debut in International Cricket debut in 2006.Best known for his signature “patka” ( smaller form of the turban worn by Sikhs) he is quite the fashion icon both on and off the field. Many fans have imitated his look by sporting the patka and beard! Continue reading “Cricketer to Mental Health Ambassador”
In case you missed it, here’s the Month in Review | The Indian Dominion | December 2016.