Editorial March 2010
Indian community’s ‘Acres of Diamonds’
This edition is a very special one. Exactly one year ago we started with the first edition of Pravasi Herald. It has been an amazing journey. Each month as more of you joined Pravasi family, more alive it came. Your active involvement breathes life into Pravasi.
We started out with the conviction that Alabama’s Indian community has its own ‘Acres of diamonds’ when it comes to content for Pravasi. How that conviction has met the test of time! We have just turned the first page. We will continue with our community focus.
Pravasi has been the vehicle that has connected communities across Alabama within one short year. We will continue to work towards building a connected and informed community with your participation.
Pravasi has come a long way and has a long way to go. You are going to be the key part of Pravasi’s future. To start with we request you to update your email profile if you are on our mailing list so we can deliver your city specific information to you. If you are not on the mailing list, we request you to be part of it by clicking here.
Also, please spread the word about Pravasi to as many friends as you can. Lastly, we need your feedback.
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