Epic ‘Masala Tour’ Of Britain ► Showcasing Dynamic India In Britain

Published: 27.09.2010
Updated: 30.07.2015

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Live on BBC Essex Ray - Dr. Atul K. Shah as Sofa Guest on the Ray Clark's Breakfast show on 29th September 2010, speaking to 250,000 listeners about the Masala Tour.
The audience responded very positively, with some saying 'what a lovely guest you have'... and some listeners signed up to our website to learn more about the tour!!!

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Epic ‘Masala Tour’ Of Britain ►Showcasing Dynamic India In Britain

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Release Date: 27th September 2010

India is ‘hot’ - but the India that lives, breathes and creates inside Britain is vast, equally complex and also not well understood. Writer, broadcaster and social entrepreneur, Dr. Atul Shah of www.diverseethics.com is embarking on a very innovative and original ‘Masala Tour’ to showcase ‘India in Britain’ and its unique richness and diversity. In his highly acclaimed book, ‘Celebrating Diversity’, Dr. Shah demonstrates the vast cultural wealth of this country which is often ‘ghettoised’ and therefore misunderstood. Instead, we can all benefit hugely from engaging with difference, by learning, understanding and befriending.

From 1st November to 30th November, 2010, Dr. Shah will travel all over Britain to bring out this story from the grassroots. He will visit businesses, community centres, leaders and pioneers, artists, up and down the country to highlight their stories and show how collectively, they are playing a positive role in building a rich and diverse Britain.

Mr. Dipak Shelat, Operations Manager of the Institute of Asian Businesses, part of the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce & Industry: commented: “We look forward to welcoming Dr. Atul to Birmingham and showing how the Indian community here has contributed hugely to ‘breaking the glass ceiling’ and making a difference to the economy. This is a community which is highly resourceful and creative, and Birmingham provides tremendous energy and vitality as a result.”

Lynne Sedgmore CBE, founder of the ‘Centre for Excellence in Leadership’ explains: “The Masala Tour is a highly original and timely initiative, and the vast wisdom of India needs to be opened up to build a better Britain. This trip is the key for the nation to wake up to the strength that lies unnoticed in its own back yard.  I look forward to welcoming Dr. Shah to my home in Surrey and learning the secrets of Indian leadership. His unique work with Diverse Ethics is opening vast new horizons for an inclusive Britain, humble enough to seek out the best in every culture and not afraid to learn from others.”

Yasir Mirza, Head of Diversity at the Guardian/Observer Newspapers, commented: “We at the Guardian are keen to celebrate and connect with the richness and diversity of Britain, and very excited about this Masala Tour.”

There will be daily blogs and videocasts of the tour which people can follow live on the web portal www.diverseethics.com - it is simple and free to follow, and at the end of the tour, Dr. Shah will be publishing  a book on this theme. We invite the national and local media to report on this trip as it will have a live feel and generate much wider interest.

For more details and information about the Masala Tour, click here

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