Connecting Dots ……. Connecting Roots
Make This World A Better Place By Spreading The Spirit Of Indianism
THE INDIAN DIASPORA FLAG
The Indian Diaspora Flag
The colourful stars represent the vibrant and shining diversity of the Indian Diaspora. The colour blue represents migration through the sky and ocean.
Who We Are
To empower the diaspora to be a force for good through a global platform to collaborate, build community engagement and catalyse social change.
We are a group of Indian origin individuals from diverse backgrounds and professions who are committed to inspiring the diaspora to be a force for good by providing a platform to collaborate, build community engagement, and catalyse social change.
What We Do
— We Find
We endeavour to find and celebrate amazing stories, outstanding achievements and wonderful personalities of the members of Indian Diaspora spread across the globe.
— We Build Networks
We endeavour to connect each and every Indian Diaspora community spread across the globe together. Like India it is also a diverse set of communities.
— We Strengthen
We endeavour to strengthen Indian Diaspora communities by bringing them together under one network globally.
— We Educate
We endeavour to educate the members of Indian diaspora community about their roots, heritage, culture, ancestry, origin etc. We also would like to share the wisdom of their fellow Indian Diaspora members residing in various parts of the World.
— We Care
We endeavour to care for our needy fellow members in all possible ways through the help of our Indian Diaspora World community networks and partners.
— We Consult
We seek advise from the esteemed members of the community as well as organisation partnered with us in this pursuit. At the same time, we are open for consultation if any member wishes to seek the same in terms of service.
Parag Agrawal, CEO Twitter
Parag Agrawal is an Indian-American born on 21st May 1984 in Ajmer, India
Kamala Harris, Vice-President of United States
Kamala Harris is born to Shyamala Gopalan, Indian Mother on 20th October 1964. She is the current Vice-President of USA. She is also the first female, first Asian- American to hold such high ranking office in USA.