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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1992 - Organizations. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 16, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19574.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1992 - Organizations. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19574

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Title Houstonian 1992
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Transcript Handwriting is a must. In school, students are told not to mark on themselves with pens or pencils because there is a danger of poisoning. In India however, the plant henna is used to intricately paint the hands and feet of many. Photo by Manuel Esparza. Saris are as important as dresses are for brides. Here, two students show off saris in vibrant hues with ornate designs. The cost of saris are high, and can range well into the thousands. Photo by Manuel Esparza. Pakistan is uniquely indian in its own way. Pakistanian students at the Food Fair learn much about other Indian cultures as well as sharing the mountains and the the directions of the nearby dancers.Photo by Manuel Esparza. Indian^teacl^tiiers about the art of HAND PAINTING ANOTHER side of the world...another place that old adventure heroes went to find the riches of India. When the British took over the culture, life, and being of this world, many Britains instead assimilated into the unique culture of this world. Although the natives to the country felt pressure to absorb the strict British way, the culture held fast to keep its dances and traditions. These vast tradtions are now a part of many students' lives. The Indian Students Association was a collection of these students trying to share their culture with others. One piece of tradition that has been kept is the use of henna.'The best part about going to my cousin's wedding was all the tradtions. During this tims, my mother and I bought new saris and jewelry pieces to attend the festivities in. In a full day celebration, the couple is surrounded by friends and family who have painted their hands and feet with the most beautiful designs. The handwriting is not just a physical celebration. The henna is also used as a religious adornment to help show our tie", said Rupal Desai. Ethnically speaking, Indians are completely in their own realm. Even within the various areas such as South and North India, the languages are different. "There are over 200 various dialects", said member Bobby Bains. -Edna Lopez Dancing to the beat of a different rhythm, Indian students display the various dances used at religious festivals and joyous celebrations. Photo by Manuel Esparza. INDIAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION: Rowl: Febby John, Rupal Patel, Sonia John, Preeti Ghandi , Punita Handa. Row 2: Chirag Patel, Rao Bhogeswara, Vivek Arora, Mitesh Patel, Aashish Malhotra, Jay Makati. Row 3: Abhijit Sanyal, Damien Kauta, Arun Matraj, Shirish Vaidya.Photo by Manual Esparza.