When a Body Meets a Boatman on the Ganges

He’s a lone boatman and lawyer whose decadeslong, silent vigil up the Ganges has remained a mystery.

Why Churches Are Now Under Attack in Modi’s India

Under Prime Minister Modi, India's Hindu right has largely avoided targeting Christians for fear of losing Western support.

This Classical Music Legend Is Breaking the Mold by Preserving His Work

Pandit Jasraj, 90, is defying India's oral traditions by creating a digital record of his sublime vocal compositions.

Escaping Death in Pakistan Only to Find More of the Same in Sri Lanka

When a Christian and his Muslim wife jumped out of the fire in Pakistan, the last place they expected to find themselves was in a Sri Lankan frying pan.


The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.

The Indian Land Claimed in the Name of a (Baby) God

India's Supreme Court just opened the door to cases from every god under the sun.

How the World’s Biggest Religious Festival Tracks 250K Missing People

The Kumbh festival in India, which drew 150 million visitors this year, is notorious for people going missing.

This Bollywood Crusader Battles Trolls With Glee

Swara Bhasker is one of few in a timid industry to address injustice — and take on the Modi government.

A Tiny Country With Surprising Religious Diversity

You may have never heard of Suriname, but we could all learn a lot from its tradition of religious tolerance.

Why This Rohingya Refugee Is Taking on India's Government

Mohammed Yunus is stateless, but he’s challenging India’s plans to deport Rohingya refugees like himself.

The Dark Side of India's Spiritual Gurus Comes to Light

Grim accusations against self-styled religious leaders are coming to light.


The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

Will India Soon Erupt Into Religious-Based Politics?

India appears on the cusp of a revival of the divisive, religion-based politics that temporarily ripped apart the country’s famed secular fabric 25 years ago.

Is This Holiday Better for the Planet Than Earth Day?

The Hindu celebration of Nyepi in Bali, Indonesia, is a day of silence and restraint that we should all consider honoring for the good of the planet.

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