Interview with Tariq Abbas
Tariq Abbas was born in Aligarh, India on July 23, 1942. He was the second (and eldest son) of seven children, with four sisters (Roshan, Zehra, Faiza and Ghazala) and two brothers (Anis and Shams). His family migrated from Aligarh to the newly created state of Pakistan in late 1947. His family eventually settled in Lahore where he completed his primary schooling at the St.
Interview with Naren Bakshi
Interview with Naren Bakshi conducted by Jacqueline Ruiz, the founder and director of the Asian Indian Heritage Project.
Interview with Nickie Chopra
Interview with Nickie Chopra conducted by Jacqueline Ruiz, the founder and director of the Asian Indian Heritage Project.
Interview with Madan Vasishta
Madan M. Vasishta was born in India and became deaf at the age of 11. He worked as a farmer for next 10 years and moved to Delhi in 1961 where he met deaf people and learned to sign. Vasishta taught photography in India and worked with the All India Federation of the Deaf before coming to Gallaudet in 1967.
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.
Rani Bagai on "Kala Bagai Chandra and Mahesh Chandra"
Part of a video interview of Rani Bagai conducted on June 3, 2013. In this section, Rani Bagai describes her experiences with her grandmother Kala Bagai Chandra and provides information regarding her marriage to Mahesh Chandra. Rani describes how Mahesh Chandra was originally a close friend of Vaishno Das Bagai and his wife Kala in the U.S..