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VIWA is Your Voice. Enchanting enough to create magic. Powerful enough to spread joy. Strong enough to shake up the world! VIWA is the Voice of Indian Women in America.

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And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer.
Gregory F. Scott Fitzgerald

My coffee story

By VIWA, Posted November 7, 2015

The thing is I don’t have a coffee story. I am not a connoisseur of coffee. I never developed a taste for coffee. I can’t even tell the difference between an espresso, mocha or a latte. However I like the word brew. I love the aroma coming from a freshly brewed cup. I like how it feels when my hands are wrapped around a coffee mug on a cold morning. I love the idea of a sofa, a book and a cup of coffee. Really, I could go on and on even though I haven’t said, “this is a damn fine cup of coffee” even a single time. Read more

My experiments with fitness fads

By VIWA, Posted October 31, 2015

When I am bored I try to deal with it in the best possible way. I indulge in my fantasy. Sometimes I flirt with words and try my hand at poetry. I also pause and pray. And once in a while, I allow my curiosity to run wild and take me on an exploratory ride. This helps me look beyond, discover buried interests and along the way, find new hobbies. Read more

Portland: A culinary journey

By VIWA, Posted October 4, 2015

Urban dictionary describes epicurious as “a person who lives life in the constant pursuit of great food, drink, debauchery and open-minded adventure.” Portland is a haven for such people, for there is so much beauty to imbibe and devour. You come here hungry, and you go back well fed, culinarily speaking and otherwise. Read more