Chaï Chaï Films & Les Poissons Volants present "Next year in Bombay" (documentary - 55 min - 2010) Directed by Jonas Pariente and Mathias Magin FESTIVAL SELECTIONS Palm Springs International Film Festival, Mumbai FF, San Francisco Jewish FF, Cairo Documentary FF, Florence River-to-River...
http://www.TravelsWithSheila.com What a surprise to learn that Kerala's main religion is Christianity and about its once Jewish presence. It is said Jews first arrived in 70 CE after the destruction of the Second Temple and received special protection from India's...
This documentary is both an intimate family portrait and a fascinating ethnographic study of the Bene Israel, one of three groups of Jews living in India today. Filmmakers Nathanson and Fernandez spent months living with one family in the...
They say they are the descendants of an ancient tribe of Jews exiled from the land of Israel almost 3,000 years ago. In India's remote Manipur state, this 'lost' tribe has lived for generations, adopting Judaism once again in...
As CBN News reports, some Jews are now returning from the world's two most populous nations China and India. .. The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN http://www.cbn.com

Israel and India

Poly Sci 331 Final Project
A group of Jews who are thought to be from the exiled "lost tribes", the Bnai Menashe, arrived in Israel in December 2012. Short... video story about their arrival. For more information, see http://www.shavei.org/category/commun
"Jews in the Cradle of India" was presented at the Museum of Jewish Heritage on March 13, 2009. The panel included the journalist Rahel Musleah who is featured in this program excerpt.
www.tjctv.com An ancient Sephardic tradition spices up Rosh Hashana dinner. Rahel Musleah, author of "Apples and Pomegranates," hails from the Bagdadi community in Calcutta, India, and shares her family's take on the Rosh Hashana seder. MODERN JEWISH MOM is hosted...