India: Indore Deaf Bilingual Academy

India: Indore Deaf Bilingual Academy

Join Joel as he explores the inspiring journey of the Deaf Bilingual Academy in Indore, India, alongside Jeffrey Bravin, Executive Director of the American School for the Deaf. Witness the dedication of Deaf students, teachers, and staff, and celebrate the legacy of Rajkumar Punjabi, who founded the

Recycling Coconut Husks

Recycling Coconut Husks

Joel joins Senthill and takes a peek into the extensive process of turning coconut fibers into the soil, rope, or other items that will be shipped out worldwide. It is amazing to see how India works to give Deaf people the opportunities they need to grow. (captioned)

Deaf Female CEO of the Petrol Station

Deaf Female CEO of the Petrol Station

Joel chats with a Deaf woman, Vaishnavi, who decided to respond to a government ad seeking a person to run a gas station and finds herself as the CEO. After six year and strong positive energy, her petrol business is running strong. Coimbatore, India (captioned)

India: Deaf Tobacco Company

India: Deaf Tobacco Company

Joel Barish stops by the tobacco company running by Sandeep, Deaf business owner in Mumbai, India. See how the cigarettes are packing with the machines.

Delhi: Deaf Coalman

Delhi: Deaf Coalman

Joel Barish stops by a coal depot owned by Deaf coalman and talks wth him about how modern technology has impacted his business, which has been passed down for four generations. (captioned)

Delhi: Deaf Umbrella Maker

Delhi: Deaf Umbrella Maker

As Joel Barish continues exploring Delhi, he meets a Deaf umbrella shop owner who also operates his own Simran umbrellas manufacturer out of his home. (captioned)

Delhi: Deaf Diecast Model Maker

Delhi: Deaf Diecast Model Maker

Have you ever wondered how a metal or plastic model car toys are made? Joel Barish takes you to a Deaf-owned diecast manufacturer where they build the models from scratch. You’d be surprised how many things we use in our homes everyday originated in India! (captioned)

Exploring Jaisalmer, India

Exploring Jaisalmer, India

Jaisalmer is home of the beautiful Golden City where many Deaf people who work hard at what they do whether they spend all day making fresh juice, frying cookies, running an internet cafe with beautiful postcards, or selling valuable books to people hoping to pass exams and find a better life. Here

Jodhpur, India

Jodhpur, India

Joel takes us through Jodhpur, India where we see the Mehrangarh Fort, a shop owned by a Deaf person, and even a Deaf school! Joel expands on the interesting history of the fort, and more. Watch, explore, learn, enjoy! (captioned)

Deaf Businesses in Mumbai

Deaf Businesses in Mumbai

Joel Barish travels through Mumbai and takes us with him as he meets some local Deaf business owners. He uses public transportations where there are sections for handicapped people, pregnant women, and more. Joel shows other interesting things to see, and in addition, has clips of Mumbai streets an

Deaf People of Coimbatore, India

Deaf People of Coimbatore, India

First, Joel chats with a Deaf woman, Vaishnavi, who decided to respond to a government ad seeking a person to run a gas station and finds herself as the CEO. After six year and strong positive energy, her petrol business is running strong. Then, Joel joins Senthill and takes a peek into the extensiv

India Deaf Expo

India Deaf Expo

India Deaf Expo marks its fourth year as its biggest year featuring Deaf people from all over India. Meet artists who run their own businesses working in rangoli, clay, woodwork, and tattoos, succeeding in both the Deaf and hearing worlds. Others work hard to change Deaf education through donations

India: Kolkata Deaf Car Dealer

India: Kolkata Deaf Car Dealer

Kolkata is the home of the cheapest car in the world, the Tata Nano. It is also the homeof Sundeep Kedia, a Deaf man whose family owns their own car dealership where youcan purchase a brand new Nano for just $2,500. Take a visit at K.B. Motors, and ridealong in the Tata Nano!Thanks to ZVRS for makin

India: Shuktara House

India: Shuktara House

Joel visits the Shuktara House in Kolkata, a residential center for Deaf adults withadditional handicaps. There, Joel learns about the facility and from the support ofdonations to the DeafNation Foundation, makes a donation of art supplies to the Deafpeople who live there.Thanks to ZVRS for making o

India: Kolkata Deaf Potato Vendor

India: Kolkata Deaf Potato Vendor

Tag along as Joel goes shopping at the Indian street markets in Kolkata. Whileshopping, Joel discovers a pleasant surprise; a Deaf vendor, Gopal Paul who has runhis own stall selling potatoes and onions for three years. Learn about the life of a potatovendor and how he makes his living in the market

India: Kolkata Deaf Artist

India: Kolkata Deaf Artist

Joel explores Kolkata, and discovers the beautiful Victoria Memorial where he meetswith resident Deaf artist Anshuman Halwasiya. Joel sits on the grass with Anshumanfor an interview and to learn about his process of creating beautiful landscape pieces and how he makes a living selling his pieces.Tha

India: Kolkata Deaf Clothing Manufacturer

India: Kolkata Deaf Clothing Manufacturer

Go deeper in Kolkata and meet Sumitra Agarwal, the Deaf owner of a clothing manufacturingbusiness in India. See how their clothes are made and sold, and how the team of five works tocreate a thriving business and beautiful clothes!Thanks to ZVRS for making our Around The World 3 trip possible with t

India: Howrah Bridge

India: Howrah Bridge

India is a country that values tradition and customs. Go beneath the famed Howrah Bridge with Deaf guide Pankaj Mishra, and visit the street vendors that make their living there. Learn about the history behind the Howrah Bridge, and why so many beautiful flowers are sold in that very spot. And Joel

India: Kolkata Deaf Food Vendor

India: Kolkata Deaf Food Vendor

Joel lands in the bustling city of Kolkata, India and meets with Manoj Sharma, the Deaf owner oftwo food vendor stalls. Joel learns about his business, sees how the delicious food is cooked, anddrinks his well-known chai tea. If you’re a street-foodie, this one’s for you!Thanks to ZVRS for making ou

India: Darjeeling 4 to 6 Dec. ’06

India: Darjeeling 4 to 6 Dec. ’06

Joel has the opportunity to taste the world renowned for its tea industry and Darjeeling Himalayan Railway. His adventures include Yiga Choeling Monastery, Himalayan Zoo, drinking the world’s most expensive tea, Silver Tips Imperial and visiting tea estate. He also shares his experience cross the bo

India: Delhi 8 Dec. ’06

India: Delhi 8 Dec. ’06

Joel experiences the eighth largest metropolis in the world more than 13 million people in Delhi as the Capital of India. He has the great opportunity to interview Deaf women at Delhi Foundation of Deaf Women and Deaf hotelier at The Corus.

India: Jaipur 9 to 10 Dec. ’06

India: Jaipur 9 to 10 Dec. ’06

Jaipur also popularly known as the Pink City, is the capital and largest city of the Indian state of Rajasthan. His Experience includes Hawa Mahal – Palace of Winds, Jantar Mantar, elephant ride at Amber Fort, camel ride on the street, deaf club and Deaf hotelier at Hotel Om Tower.

India: Ajmer-Pushkar 11-12 Dec. ’06

India: Ajmer-Pushkar 11-12 Dec. ’06

Joel visits Ajmer and Pushkar in the state of Rajasthan. Ajmer, also known as Ajaymeru, was the city once ruled by Prithviraj Chauhan. Pushkar is famous for the Pushkar Lake and the 14th century Brahma temple dedicated to Brahma, the godhead of the Hindu pantheon supposed to be the creator of the un