The Evolution of the British Indian Woman

What does it mean to be a British Indian woman? The Evolution of the British Indian Woman  – an event which was screened at Kingston-Upon-Thames’ Rose Theatre in June 2013, explored the essence of a British Indian woman through the experiences of three branches of one family tree. A grandmother, who moved to the UK 30 years ago with aspirations of a new future; her daughter, a business woman, wife and mother; and a granddaughter, a British born Indian who documented her personal journey in India to explore the thread that interweaves within each generation.. Read all about it here

Being The Girl

Being The Girl – A British Indian Woman’s Story… 945696_10152883022820654_662326190_n

“I belong to the branch of first generation children in my family tree, having being born in the UK to Indian born parents who migrated to London over thirty years ago.  At eighteen my world was, in my mind, a complex Rubik’s Cube of parent-child crisis’s, discovering my femininity and essentially creating and understanding a sense of identity; each element forever clashing yet never assembled together in one piece”… read the full story here