India-America Society Bulletin (June 1965)
The June 1965 issue of the India-America Society Bulletin (Vol. 3, No. 4), edited by Tara Bagai. The bulletin pays tribute to Jawaharlal Nehru, who died May 1964, and includes several quotes from Nehru. The bulletin mentions that the India-America Society also met on June 7 at the Greek Theater for a memorial ceremony to Nehru.
India-America Society Bulletin (October-November-December 1965)
The October-November-December 1965 issue of the India-America Society Bulletin (Vol. 3, No. 6), edited by Leona Bagai. The bulletin includes a list of the new officers for 1965-66. A number of short book reviews are included, as well as events for the upcoming year, including note of the Hindustani Jazz Sextet started by Hari Har Rao.
India-America Society Bulletin (January-February 1966)
The January-February 1966 issue of the India-America Society Bulletin (Vol. 4, No. 1), titled the "India Republic Day Issue," includes a quote from Mayor Samuel W. Yorty, a memorial for Lal Bahadur Shastri, and a list of events for the upcoming months. Also included are several short reviews of books relating to India.
India-America Society Bulletin (October-November-December 1968)
The October-November-December 1968 issue of the India-America Society Bulletin (Vol. 6, No. 1) featured mainly quotations from Gandhi. A short editorial note is included by R. Lal Singh, the President of the India-America Society. The editor of the bulletin is Sushila Janadas, a popular Indian dancer in the U.S. in the 1940-50s.
Article from the "Home" section of the Los Angeles TImes, August 11, 1968. The article details the India-themed gala party thrown every year by Santa Barbara artist Jack Baker and his wife Lynn Baker.
How To Wear A Saree
Newspaper clipping from March 3, 1970 issue of India News and Views, featuring an illustrated guide on "How To Wear A Saree."
Sangeet: An Approach To Indian Music
Article from the July 27, 1968 issue of Saturday Review titled "Sangeet: An Approach to Indian Music," by Raghava Menon. The article describes the key features of Indian classical music, and describes it to Western music.
Year of the Guru
Clipping from the February 9, 1968 issue of Life magazine, featuring an article titled "Year of the Guru." Much of the article follows the popularity in Europe and the U.S. of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
Article titled "Indian Weddings" by Harsimaran Malik, published in the September 13, 1968 edition of India News.