The White Hindu has moved

The White Hindu has moved! This blog is no longer updated, but Ambaa is still writing The White Hindu every weekday at

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Future Changes

I have some exciting news!

I didn't want to say anything this morning, but now the paperwork is passed in and I think it is safe to say that my blog is going to be moving. Thanks to Niki at My Own Ashram, I was offered a great opportunity to be part of an interfaith website.

It has sections for a variety of religions and each section has bloggers and columnists. I have been asked to join the Hindu bloggers there. I'm thrilled by the opportunity to expand readership and widen the discussion!

This is going to take effect in the new year, so watch for a post in January 2013 showing you where I've moved to.

One of the great things about this is that it will mean I have to post more! I'll be obligated to keep the blog up and I think that will be a really good thing for all of us. I'm brainstorming ideas now for different types of posts. I'm thinking of doing some weekly and monthly themes and balancing my philosophical musing with posts about celebrating holidays and day to day life as a Hindu.

So where am I going?

To! Their tagline is: Hosting the Conversation on Faith. I love that.

Doing a happy dance right now!


  1. Congrats Amba!! I am happy I am regular visitor of and it will be great to see your articles there..I like most of article on and those who submit articles there some of them are really intelligent.However overall i feel that If you feel okay then please also do submit your article in Hinduism Section of also..what I read there these days is only garbage...

    However just an suggestion you can use the "Purva Paksha" the hindu way of writing or may like this article

    1. Thank you!

      And I would never have thought of submitting something to Huff Post. I'll have to look into that :) I appreciate the suggestion!

      Looking forward to reading the article as well, it sounds very interesting.

    2. I am so glad to hear that you are going to keep blogging because I just came across it yesterday and it's already important to me. You're words reflect concerns I have (such as not wanting to be seen as a "wannabe.") The people at the temple I attend have been kind but I'm shy so it's been hard to make friends. Thank you so much for what you're doing.

    3. I'm glad you're here! I think a lot of us have very similar fears and concerns and experiences, so it's great to talk about them and try to figure out the best way to go about being non-Indian Hindus.

      With my blog moving, I'm going to be a bit more "professional" and my plan is to do daily posts with a theme for each day of the week.