• There are more than 3.9 million people in the US who are either born in India or whose ancestry can be traced back to India
  • The first wave of Indian immigration to the US happened in the 19th century (circa 1820)
  • Between the last two censuses (2000 and 2010), the Indian population increased by 50 per cent

Hello! It is that time of the year again when I try to be consistent on my blog and have failed since the last 2 years, shamelessly. And no, I am not going to talk about random facts this April.

This year my theme for this challenge is different. I thought of writing about the 26 things about my bae, who will celebrate his 30th birthday on 30th April. That is too personal and yes, cheesy too. Then I thought of writing about 26 different places – but that will dilute the full travelogues that I write.

So, after taking a lot of suggestions from my readers and audience on Instagram, here I am with this year’s theme.

A to Z of the Life of an Indian Immigrant in the US

This is apt. I can be funny – talk about real struggles and tell some interesting anecdote and facts!

I really hope you enjoy reading this!

See on 1st April 2020!


I am participating in the ##BlogchatterA2Z Challenge this year!

7 Comments
  1. I have so much family in the US and it always amuses me seeing their reactions to “Indian” things. What a great topic, especially when you add humour to it. All the best for April.

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