Khaas Baat : A Publication for Indian Americans in Florida

Editor's Note


As children have returned to school and the end of the hot summer nears (or so we hope), we are gearing up for a hectic festival season, starting with Ganesh Chaturthi, and numerous other activities. There’s the Shreya Ghoshal concert on Sept. 28 in Orlando and the appearances by Dr. Abdul Kalam, former Indian president, in Tampa, Orlando and Jacksonville. Also, the vibrant “Sacred Earth” dance performance by Ragamala Dance on Oct. 2 in Gainesville.

Our Under the Cover column returns with a review of another comically written book “The Case of the Deadly Butter Chicken” by Tarquin Hall. The stocky detective indulges in gangster racketeering galas, high-speed car chase and diamond-smuggling stakeouts, which will have you in splits.

With Navratri and Diwali festivities around the corner, community organizers, please continue to inform us about future events in your town. Khaas Baat is proud to be the ONE AND ONLY Sunshine State publication to offer comprehensive coverage of happenings in your Florida Indian community. As always, we welcome your feedback and suggestions.

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