Catch this special episode of hourglass trails in which Tulip interviews Farhan, a graduate student at UMass Amherst about Mother Language Day, followed by a Mother Language Day program hosted by Tulip.
Each life is unique in its own way, humble or great. In ‘Hourglass Trails’, we will invite guests from all walks of life to explore the many facets of living. We will share ideas on topics related to family, society, health, literature, arts, music and truly anything that gives food for thought.
Author, poet and columnist, Tulip Chowdhury is passionate about nature, music, reading, swimming and cooking. Her books include, Visible, Invisible & Beyond, Red, Blue, Purple, Reaching Beyond Words, Raindrops, Stars in the Sky, Nature & Love and April. Tulip resides in Amherst, Massachusetts.