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An Introduction to India’s Generation Z

At a graduation ceremony I recently attended, I overheard one proud father telling another, ‘These Millenials are a different breed altogether.’ And while I agree with this statement, I was taken aback. The graduates whose success, all of us proud parents were celebrating, the class of 2018 who would soon go off to distant lands to pursue their under-graduate studies, weren’t the Millenials. They were a breed unto themselves: Generation Z. […]

By | July 1st, 2018|

Spain and India: More Similar Than You Think

At first glance, Spain and India may seem as different as chalk and cheese. Being located on separate continents, speaking different languages, and following distinct religions, Spain and India certainly don’t seem to have a lot in common. However my perspective broadened in the years I studied Spanish at school and got deeper when I visited the country. […]

By | March 8th, 2018|

The Line Between Cultural Appropriation and Appreciation

In early 2018, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau drew widespread attention during his official visit to India, largely due to his over-the-top wardrobe. Each day of his trip, Trudeau and his family wore extravagant, ceremonial traditional Indian outfits. While the intention behind these outfits may have been to conform to Indian culture, in reality, his outfits sparked a debate about cultural appropriation and cultural appreciation. […]

By | February 19th, 2018|

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Aarti Kelshikar
Aarti KelshikarAuthor, Consultant
Aarti Kelshikar is an intercultural consultant and coach with over fifteen years of work experience in India, Singapore and the Philippines.

She is a certified facilitator of Cultural Intelligence (CQ) from the Cultural Intelligence Center in the US.

She is also a certified executive coach from the international Neuro Leadership group.

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