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It was against that backdrop that India Day began in 1993. It was an outgrowth of an annual conference that had begun years earlier, Japra said, which sought to convene parents and children to discuss the difficulties of living between two cultures, how to grow business entrepreneurship, and physical and emotional wellness. Now, in its 26th year, India Day has morphed into a week-long festival, complete with a dance competition, a film festival and free two-day fair with food, a spotlight on wellness, and vendors and booths for companies and community organizations.

It’s no longer “India Day,” but “Festival of Globe.” It showcases not only Indian culture, but also Chinese arts and other immigrant groups — a reflection of the growing Indian population in the Bay Area and its influence in business and politics, Japra said, There were more than 219,000 Indian-born residents living in the Bay Area in 2016, according to the ballet bangle ballet jewelry ballet gift pointe shoe tutu ballet dancer ballet pendant ballerina bangle ballerina bracelet balle Migration Policy Institute’s analysis of U.S, Census data, which doesn’t include U.S.-born citizens of Indian descent..

With Indian-born representatives on city councils, in the mayor’s seat and in the state house, Japra said the days of feeling like a second-class citizen have faded away. Not to mention the fact that there are now 200 Indian doctors at Washington Hospital, dozens of Indian restaurants, grocery stores, Indian clothing shops and the Cine Grand Fremont 7, which almost exclusively showcases Indian-made films. “There’s everything here,” said Somya Bansal. She moved to Fremont from India three years ago to join her husband, Shobit Agarwal, who had immigrated to the United States some seven years earlier, living first in Boston and then Portland, Oregon, before settling in Fremont.

“I wasn’t expecting so much Indian culture,” she said, “It was great to see so many Indians here.”, The parade was a first for her and her husband, she said, They were eager to celebrate India’s Independence Day, on August 15, with the festival, which showcased a bit of music, dance and culture from many of India’s 29 states — each with their own languages, style of dress and history, There were Tamil drummers and Garba dancers, singers crooning Bengali songs and more — all mixed in with American parade staples: firetrucks, police officers on motorcycles and vintage Thunderbirds and Mustangs ballet bangle ballet jewelry ballet gift pointe shoe tutu ballet dancer ballet pendant ballerina bangle ballerina bracelet balle toting dignitaries, who waved to the crowd as they passed..

“It’s just a great way to support the community and show pride in our culture,” said Rishi Saran, a Newark native who’s been attending the parade since it started. His parents immigrated from India in the 1970s, he said, and he learned about Indian culture through them. Now, he wants to pass on that culture to his daughter, Rachel, 3. “It’s a good way to teach her about our culture, too.”. And, in the end, Japra said, that’s the goal. “Even our children are getting more involved and engaged. They see that we are not trying to just be on our own,” he said. “We are accepting other communities, and we are trying to help them and empower them, as well, and not just empower our own.”.

CLICK HERE if you are having trouble viewing these photos on a mobile device, Amador’s Shenandoah Valley is known for its sleek wineries and rolling vineyards, but a hidden gem awaits in the hills just to the south, Go straight as you enter the valley, instead ballet bangle ballet jewelry ballet gift pointe shoe tutu ballet dancer ballet pendant ballerina bangle ballerina bracelet balle of veering left toward the wineries, and you’ll reach Fiddletown, a Gold Rush-era town whose quirky name reflected the way gold miners spent their off-season, when the creeks were too dry for panning, On this particular summery Saturday, we’ve spent the afternoon wine tasting, sampling the valley’s barberas, zins and rosés, But on our way back, we detour, drawn to the town with the irresistible name, curious to see what’s there..

In its heyday, this was a boomtown with thousands of residents, three restaurants and 20 shops, plus bustling saloons, dance halls, a school, a church and a U.S. Post Office, and the largest Chinese population outside San Francisco. It wasn’t always called Fiddletown — postal officials agreed to rename the town Oleta in 1878, after an indignant town dignitary petitioned for the change, claiming Fiddletown was just too embarrassing. Fiddletonians reclaimed the name half a century later. Today, this isn’t so much a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it town — population 235 — as a hidden treasure. And if you blink, you’ll miss all sorts of fun, from a fascinating Chinese museum to an English toffee shop, a cowboy campfire and more. A giant fiddle sits atop the community center, and the entire main drag is a historic landmark. The Fiddletown Preservation Society has spent decades working on these historic sites, but save for a special event at, say, the 1850s Chinese gambling hall or the schoolhouse built a decade later at the corner of American Flat and Suckertown Roads, it’s tough to get a peek inside any of them.

Unless, of course, serendipity is on your side, Cue the squealing brakes, A “museum open” sign is perched on the dusty road just outside the Chew Kee Store and docent Elaine Zorbas peeks out the door, ballet bangle ballet jewelry ballet gift pointe shoe tutu ballet dancer ballet pendant ballerina bangle ballerina bracelet balle ready to show visitors around, Zorbas literally wrote the book on Fiddletown — two of them, actually, including “Banished and Embraced: The Chinese in Fiddletown and the Mother Lode” (Mythos Press, 2015), Inside the cool, dark interior of the rammed-earth building, small wooden drawers hold an apothecary’s worth of spices and herbs. A 1905 calendar hangs on one wall, and an abacus and chops await in the office..

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