On June 2, Capitol Communicator will hold our fourth annual conference for communicators - PR Summit DC. The full-day event will feature 40 speakers and 19 sessions, covering many of the of the hot topics that challenge communicators on a daily basis. ...

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  1. PR Summit DC on June 2
  2. Priming the Pump Was Normal in the 70's In India
  3. Always a Pleasure to teach Wonderful Students at Georgetown University
  4. 115 Years Ago, the perception of South Asian Migration to the US
  5. Celebrating Everyone's Festivals
  6. More Recent Articles

PR Summit DC on June 2


On June 2, Capitol Communicator will hold our fourth annual conference for communicators - PR Summit DC. The full-day event will feature 40 speakers and 19 sessions, covering many of the of the hot topics that challenge communicators on a daily basis.

 
Lots of great speakers, see agenda

Register Now!
    

Priming the Pump Was Normal in the 70's In India

    

Always a Pleasure to teach Wonderful Students at Georgetown University

It's a great class again! I am so lucky

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115 Years Ago, the perception of South Asian Migration to the US

    

Celebrating Everyone's Festivals

Growing up in India, I celebrated a lot of festivals Pongal, Ugadi, HoliDussera, Diwali. and many others  During these festivals special dishes were made, we wore new clothes.  We looked forward to other festivals. Friends who celebrated other festivals like Ramzan shared their food and sweets. We look forward to eating the flavorful  Biriyani or Hyderabadi Haleem 

Also exciting was when  friends who celebrated Christmas, shared with us cakes and Plum pudding.

Today, living in the US, love the period at the end of the year where people of all faiths and religions celebrate the holidays as Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and of course as a general term "Holidays". We have a nice Christmas "holiday" tree, the kids enjoy looking forward to Santa's visit and open their presents on Christmas Day.

You have to share festivals and appreciate every opportunity to celebrate. What ever you are celebrating this season, Happy Holidays and Wish You a Flavorful New Year!

    

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