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“We always add new things every year, so people have something to get excited about,” said event spokeswoman Ritu Maheshwari. This year we have a film festival.” That festival kicked off Friday in San Jose, and Maheshwari said it’s more of an international affair featuring independent movies from around the world.
She said the current festival’s attendance is a far cry from what they saw at it’s genesis, when about 5,000 people showed up.
A former practicing Attorney-turned-Entrepreneur, Ahluwalia also holds a graduate degree in Philosophy.
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Ahluwalia has a unique understanding of straddling both the Indian and American cultures and the challenges facing commitment-minded Indians who appreciate their ethnic heritage, and at the same time, have no interest in pursuing arranged marriages.
She practiced law in Chicago, IL, as well as San Francisco, CA, and holds both a BA and MA in Philosophy from Vanderbilt University.
Working with fellow co-founder Nita Tewari, Ph D, the group obtained a ,000 grant from APA's Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs and launched its Web site in early 2005. population of people emigrating from South Asia, or whose parents came from South Asia, significantly increased in the past 40 years.
Demand for an association to address the psychological concerns of people from South Asia, and serve as a forum for South Asian mental health professionals, had been building for years as South Asians grew as a minority within the United States, Inman says. The 1960 Census listed about 14,000 people living in the United States as born in India and Pakistan.