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detailed site offering everything from quotes and cartoons to book
excerpts and an Ask Gandhi section."
The Online Edition of TIME Magazine on Mahatma Gandhi Album
"It's presumptuous to create a site on Indian culture. To
encapsulate the country's diversity in a few hundred web pages and
explain its mystery in user-friendly language, is usually a
disappointing attempt. The Kamats didn't attempt anything so
ambitious, and succeeded beyond all expectations."
- India Edition
SITE OF THE WEEK (April 3, 2000)
material on the history, culture, and diversity of India. Includes an
album on Mahatma Gandhi, a timeline with links, a picture of the week,
an online Faces of India exhibition, information on Indian women,
education, art and artifacts, and the Konkani language. Also provides
a searchable index."
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Travel writing is often more about checking in
and checking out than about exploring the world. Kamat's Potpourri
site so vibrantly explores India, a collection of the world's oldest
cultures, that it leaves the virtual visitor with a heightened
curiosity that turns the next trip to the corner grocery into an
excursion. Even if you don't have the cash to dash off to India,
spend a few minutes pondering a collection of essays on women's
roles through Indian history, or read Sages, Sadhus and Swamis, an
essay on the holy men of India. Or the much misunderstood erotic art
tradition. Or the amazingly developed popular art of Rangoli.
Travelers with plane tickets will find calendars and timely
information to make a trip much more rewarding.
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LINK OF THE MONTH
..A sea of artistic expressions, a must see. Grab a cup of beverage
before you embark on this pleasure surf.
Nation on the Net February, 1999
"...simply, a very good
site, that contains eclectic mix of informative, thought provoking, and well written
articles....Kamat deserves to be on the 'best' list"
Profusely illustrated and quick to download, this presentation is superior in all
Kamats in the Media
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