Change in Tradition

Nitika and Dinesh Mehta discuss childhood, travel, and what that are thankful for now. Skip to 4:16 to hear what advice they would give their younger selves.

“I have more responsibilities now. I can manage my time and like take care of myself”.

On December 1,2019 I(Jasmeen Kaur) interviewed Harsimrandeep Singh who is my brother. I am 14 years old and my brother is 19 years old. He is really important to me and he taught me things that nobody has ever told...

“The goat was not eating!” — A lighthearted interview with my mother about her childhood and family in India.

When she was still in her early years of school, my mom got in trouble when her older brother got scratched in the stomach by a goat’s horns after she tried to get the goat to eat. In this interview,...

My Dad: an Unknown American

Gopal Sagar immigrated from India to the United States in 2001 and settled down in the Silicon Valley. He talks about growing up a small rural town, his experiences immigrating to a new country, the cultural differences between America and...

India-Pakistan Partition: StoryCorps Interview

In this interview, my grandpa talks about his experience with the India-Pakistan partition. Then afterward I talk to my grandma and listen to what she thinks about the future of the world and lessons we can all learn from this...

Rehana Abideen

This interview was such a great experience and I’m sure I will never forget it.

My thanksgiving interview

So this was an interview for thanksgiving, but since thanksgiving is such a big deal in my family with my relatives there wasn’t much time to interview someone and record them. Adding to the fact that for some of my...

I talk to my grandmother about her life, childhood, memories, etc.

We talked about my grandmother and her childhood. It was kind of emotional for me. This interview took place on November 25 2018. It took place at my living room and it was a Skype call from Manhattan Beach to...

The great thanksgiving listen

How important family is, and advice on how to live life. What makes you happy.

Getting to know the first engineer from his village- an interview with my grandfather (Nanaji)

This is a conversation between my grandfather and I. We talked about his life in India and his views on education, career and raising his children.

The Dodani Siblings

Interviewed 3 siblings about growing up in India, their parents, the India partition, their kids and grandkids.

Om Jaipati interviews Samir Jaipati about life in India

This interview was about my dads life in India. We talked about how college was and how he keeps in contact with his friends and family. We also talked about his childhood and what sports he played. Next we talked...

My Dad’s Story

I interviewed my dad. We talked about his life growing up and I learned a few new things that he though about me 🙂

Think Positive, be positive.

I talk with my mom about her life stories, I was really young when we first came here so I didn’t know about what happened back in Nepal and India. We talked about how it was growing up and childhood...

In the life of my grandfather.

Living in India as a young boy, my grandpa had a good life. He appreciated his family, did his schoolwork, and played many sports. Now, being 81 he has travel the world and experienced a life full of love and...

Paranjeet Kaur’s Life
December 10, 2017 App Interview

From her childhood to her personal life Paranjeet expressed her satisfaction with her life and her great accomplishments. She has informed us of the most influential people who have guided her on her path to success.

Simren Shah Interviews Sheel Patel – Shah in Marlboro, NJ

My mom worked hard to become what she is today despite all of the hardships she was forced to overcome. As an immigrant moving to America wasn’t the easiest experience and this is her story of how she made it...

The Necessary Transitions

On November 24th, 2017, in Sherman Oaks, California, fourteen year old Gehna Chugani interviewed her grandmother, Chitra Chugani about her close knit family, her childhood, and her move from Pakistan to India to the U.S.A. The happy memories from when...

Bela’s interview

We talked about a lot of things such as family, religion, and her childhood.

Interview with mom

I understand that was born in and experienced her childhood in different country. I want to ask her about how her everyday life was back then and how she might compare it to her present life in the U.S.

Interviewing My Grandma

I talked to my grandma mostly about our family in India. She told me amazing things about her childhood, and about our ancestors that I did not know about.