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    Traditions: A Pocket Guide to A Sikh Punjabi Wedding

    As a British Asian working mother and business entrepreneur Gurj Bancil is passionate about her culture.  Few years back Gurj realised customs and traditions have always been an important part of every religion and culture. Born and raised in...

    Interview with WriteNow Ambassador Abir Mukherjee – A Rising Author

    To celebrate the launch of Penguin Random House's WriteNow, we sat down with one of literature's most promising new authors, Abir Mukherjee. As a British Asian author himself, Abir is a staunch supporter of the WriteNow scheme which encourages submissions...

    Opening Doors To Tradition

    Reena Kaur is committed to the evolution, development and promotion of ladies sangeet in the UK. Reena feels the time has come to articulate a detailed account of her vision and what sangeet really means. ‘Opening Doors to Tradition’ is the...

    Young Readers Make Splash During Bookstart Week

    Young readers are making a splash during National Bookstart Week, which gets underway today (Monday 6 June, 2016). Wolverhampton's libraries are supporting the annual event aimed at pre-school children and their families, with a host of free events taking place...

    India Kang Tells us How to Date

    Finally, a dating manual that answers the questions women are really asking  Why do men always keep me hanging on before confirming their date night plans? How can I spot time wasters? Is it ok that he just wants...