Constitution and By-laws of the American Wives of India
Constitution and by-laws of the American Wives of India, a Los-Angeles based organization. The organization lists its mission as "promoting mutual understanding and harmony between the people of the United States of American (sic) and all the peoples of so-called East Indian origin, wherever they may be found, i.e., India, Pakistan, Ceylon, Burma, Trinidad, South Africa, etc."
India-America Society Bulletin (January-February-March 1968)
The January-February-March 1968 issue of the India-America Society Bulletin (Vol. 5, No. 2) marked the tenth anniversary of the India-America society. The editorial note, written by R. Lal Singh, discusses celebrations held for the anniversary of the society, and a brief history of the organization.
The Sari Air India Advertisement
Air India advertisement brochure, featuring several illustrations and descriptions of sari and tika. One segment in the brochure includes an illustrated guide on "how to wear a sari."
How To Drape Your Sari
Newspaper clipping from India News on "How to Drape Your Sari." The article contains illustrations on how to drape a sari, as well as pictures of different regional variations.
Folk Dances Of India
Set of postcards titled "Folk Dances of India," sent from Somnath Dar, the Consulate General of India in San Francisco, to Rani Bagai. The set has a note pasted from Dhar to Bagai that reads, "It was sweet of you to send me that nice letter which I have kept. Your Mom's letter was read by Asha also. You may like to keep this folder."
Booklet titled Cosmic Chants by Swami Paramhansa Yogananda. The booklet is stamped with the address for the Self-Realization Fellowship in Los Angeles.