Indian Americans in Greater Los Angeles Area – A Coffee Table Book
Indian Americans in Greater Los Angeles Area, a 228-page colored coffee table book published in April 2017 focuses on the Indian presence in Southern California. Tracing the history of Indians in Southern California, giving an account of the events that are held, taking a look at Little India in Artesia, highlighting major philanthropic contributions by Indian Americans, the book is rich in background and academic material. The book includes the following topics:
- Indian American Community in Southern California
- Patels and Motels
- Little India of Artesia
- Celebrating India Independence and Republic Days
- Philanthropy among Indian Americans
- Visa for India and other Consular Services
- Indians in USA—Migration and Settlement
- Indian Americans who have made India and Indian Americans proud
- Profiles of several people, organizations and businesses
While reading the book, one gets a sense of history. The book also lists some outstanding contributors who have made India and the Indian Americans proud. The profiles of people would inspire you through what they have achieved in USA. The legacy of Indian Americans in Southern California and the USA, overall, is now a lasting one.
Indian Americans in Greater Los Angeles Area is, therefore, a book that will be useful for all generations---the generations that arrived in the USA in the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and even the 1990s, some earlier, some even later, and the generations of their children and grandchildren.
The book, a high quality product, is priced low, only $5.00 delivers to your address in USA. To obtain a copy, contact Inder Singh by email: email@example.com.
Philanthropy in the Indian American Community
The article, Philanthropy in the Indian American Community, gives a brief account of many Indian American philanthropists who have donated substantial amount – about one million dollars or more each – for causes dear to their hearts in India or America. The article also talks about those who volunteered their time, service, and knowledge in the spirit of advancing the causes they loved.
Interested to know more about the Indian American generosity, download the article or send $5.00 for printed version.