Booth at Nagar Kirtan parade 2018
Sacramento State's college booth advertising for the Bhagar Puran Singh Health Initiative asking for donations to put on their free health clinics during the Nagar Kirtan parade 2018
Rani Bagai on "Vaishno Das Bagai's Naturalization Certificate"
Part of a video interview of Rani Bagai conducted on June 3, 2013. In this section, Bagai describes some of the items of her grandfather Vaishno Das Bagai left behind after his suicide in 1928, including several letters to his family he had written in addition to the political suicide letter which was published in newspapers in the U.S. and India.
Part of a video interview of Rani Bagai conducted on June 3, 2013. In this section, Bagai discusses her own life, growing up in Los Angeles with her immediate family. Rani Bagai is the granddaughter of Vaishno Das Bagai and Kala Bagai Chandra.
Rani Bagai on "The Collection and SAADA"
Part of a video interview of Rani Bagai conducted on June 3, 2013. In this section, Rani Bagai explains the origins of the collection that was digitized for SAADA. Rani is the granddaughter of Kala Bagai, who arrived in the U.S. in 1918 with her husband Vaishno Das Bagai and three sons, Brij, Madan, and Ram (Rani's father).
Rani Bagai on "Ram Bagai"
Part of a video interview of Rani Bagai conducted on June 3, 2013. In this section, Bagai primarily discusses her mother, Leona Bell Parr, and father, Ram Bagai, the youngest son of Vaishno Das Bagai and Kala Bagai Chandra. She discusses her father's role in subtitling and screening Hindi films in the U.S., as well his encounter with Jawaharlal Nehru in Los Angeles.
Daniel Sunkari Oral History Interview
Daniel Sunkari is a writer living in Long Beach, California. He details his family’s journey from the rural community of Guntur to Sacramento, and the discrimination they faced as Dalit.
Oral History Interview with Anjali R.
Anjali R. is the founder of Parivar, a trans and queer south asian space in the San Francisco Bay Area. In the oral history, Anjali describes growing up in India, exploring different permutations of gender expression while moving throughout the U.S. and Canada, and navigating transphobia within queer south asian spaces.