Ruchita Parat
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  • San Jose, CA
  • United States
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US Hindi Foundation (USHF) - Summer Camp India

Started Apr 29, 2013 0 Replies

} Land of countless festivals now packed in one package.Register soon !!!!! US Hindi Foundation, situated in Santa Clara, CA, is well known for its Hindi learning program has brought to you.Celebrate…Continue


Started Apr 29, 2013 0 Replies

India becoming a world leader but do you know who are the leaders there .US Hindi Foundation, situated in Santa Clara, CA, is well known for its Hindi learning program has brought to you I Love India…Continue

Are old books good to study

Started Apr 29, 2013 0 Replies

Are old books good to study do they give the same freshness what do you people think??Continue

Mobile apps

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Do you think addition tools like mobile apps can help to make a teacher explain his subject better??Continue


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Rucita Parat is the founder of California based US Hindi Association. Its newly started Jano India program has helped people learn and speak Hindi through it's integrative and innovative educational programs. We conduct learn hindi summer camp especially for children between 5 - 13yrs. We have got highly qualified and educated professionals who take Hindi classes on ancient Indian culture for kids.

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Indians Around the World Celebrate Makar Sankranti by Flying Kites

Posted on January 28, 2013 at 2:50am 0 Comments

Childhood memories of waking up at the crack of dawn filled with excitement of what the day held ahead come rushing back on the day of Makar Sankranti each year. The day is celebrated with great fervor in many states of India, marked with special sweets exchanged with friends and family, and above all flying kites. The tradition has been carried over by generations…


The Saree Revolution

Posted on January 9, 2012 at 5:40am 0 Comments

Innovation and modernization has brought about a Saree Revolution in the fashion world. Saree is a female clothing accessory that was developed and became popular in India. It started when an Indus Valley priest wore a drape like clothing in the early days. Since then, Indian women were seen wearing a single piece of fabric while the top part of the body is partially exposed.


The saree is a special kind of fabric about 6 to 9 yards long, enough to wrap around the woman's body…


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At 11:36am on February 23, 2013, Anupam Ganesh said…

Hi Ruchita

I'm Anupam Ganesh from New Delhi, India. Happy to see your notes on our country.  What is the Jano India camp? Where is it?



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