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"Sound of India" Radio Program
Description These cassettes are recordings from the "Sound of India" radio program that aired on KUXL (Golden Valley, Minnesota) from September of 1975 to May of 1976. KUXL was originally a religion-oriented radio station playing gospel and R&B music. In 1988 the station changed its call letters to KYCR and began broadcasting primarily talk shows. The episodes of the "Sound of India" program are hosted by Raj Chaudhary and Suraksha Gulathi and focus on popular Indian music and community affairs, including topics such as: Hindu, Muslim, and Christian festivals; national holidays and major events of India; the American Bicentennial; and the immigration of Indian citizens to the United States. In addition, the episodes include interviews with community leaders such as the President of the Indo-American Club, the head of the Islamic Center of Minnesota, and popular Indian historians.
Quantity 16 hours sound cassette
2 pages interview summary
Format Content Category: sound recordings
Measurements 16:28:26 running time
Creation Interviewer: Gulathi, Suraksha
Interviewer: Chaudhary, Raj
Made in Golden Valley, Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States
Subjects East Indians -- Minnesota.
Made in Golden Valley, Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States
Dates Creation: Approximately 1975 - Approximately 1976

Holding Type Oral History - Project
ID Number OH 139
Accession Number AV2011.46
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