Tinder Love

Tinder Love Interracial/Intercultural Love Caucasian Woman And Indian Man About Us Hi, our names are Clara and Uma.  I, Clara am a Caucasian woman from the U.S.  My boyfriend, Uma is an Indian man from India.  We have been together for 2.5 years and we have been cohabitating for over a year.  We live in …

INTERRACIAL/INTERCULTURAL LOVE: AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMAN AND INDIAN MAN AN ENGAGEMENT STORY THAT WILL MAKE YOUR HEART MELT

INTERRACIAL/INTERCULTURAL LOVE: AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMAN AND INDIAN MAN AN ENGAGEMENT STORY THAT WILL MAKE YOUR HEART MELT ABOUT US Hi!   We are Shae and Jay.  Yes, we know, our names rhyme.  Everyone gets a kick out of that when we introduce ourselves.  Jay was born in Punjab, India.  He moved to the U.S. with his …

INTERRACIAL/INTERCULTURAL LOVE: FINNISH WOMAN AND INDIAN MAN

INTERRACIAL/INTERCULTURAL LOVE: FINNISH WOMAN AND INDIAN MAN ABOUT US Hi!  We are Jenny from Finland and Sarathkumar from India. HOW WE MET We originally met in India in 2011 through a mutual friend and are currently living in Finland.  That friend was taking my friend out for a date (we were having a holiday/vacation in …

5 Interesting Indian Superstitions And Customs Explained

One of the most intriguing parts of being in an interracial/intercultural marriage has been learning about my spouse’s cultural superstitions and customs.  In the African-American community, we uphold many of the superstitions and customs that are prevalent in America.  Such as? Superstitions And Customs I Grew Up With 1.) Don’t intentionally break a window or …

A Love Story You Have To Read About To Believe. Interracial And Intercultural Marriage: North Indian Man And African-American Woman

A Love Story You Have To Read About To Believe “Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.” -Maya Angelou About  Meet Abhi and Nicole. Abhi is Indian, and he was born and raised in a very conservative Jain family in a small town …

THE REALITY OF BEING BIRACIAL: BLACK AND SOUTH ASIAN/BLINDIAN

THE REALITY OF BEING BIRACIAL:  BLACK AND SOUTH ASIAN/BLINDIAN An Interview with Sitara Abbas “One’s eyes serve as the windows to the world and one’s mind serves as the curtains to the windows. To be able to abdicate one’s biases and prejudices, emerging and embracing the beauty of what may not be akin, is to …