- n. Someone who loves India, Indian culture, cuisine, religions, history or its people.
“An Indophile and an admirer of the Dalai Lama, Rosso, 54, says he wears only his own products "from head to toe, inside out.”
“I have to confess to being a bit of an Indophile myself.”
“As Empress of India - and a committed Indophile - nothing pleased her more.”
“Chan, known by friends and students as "Ricky Q," is a "passionate Indophile" and one among a growing number of Taiwanese with an interest in Indian culture, said Pradeep Rawat, Director General of the India-Taipei Association.”
“- When Five Indian-Americans and one Jewish Indophile step up to the mic for a no-holds-barred fight to crown the one and only DESI IDOL, anything can - and does -- happen in”
“NEW YORK, NY - When Five Indian-Americans and one Jewish Indophile step up to the mic for a no-holds-barred fight to crown the one and only DESI IDOL, anything can - and does -- happen in, an affectionate, yet barbed satire on the Indian-American community.”
“Much more than what people think, says Roberto Calasso, famed Indophile who authored”
“India had the most eroticised world, says this Indophile.”
“Sheriff Indu Shahani hosted a tea party at her home for Cherie Blair -- Indophile and wife of the erstwhile prime minister of UK.”
“Indophile William Dalrymple seemed mighty pleased, while restaurateur AD Singh showed his solidarity by wearing a jacket from the collection.”
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