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Charu Suri

Charu Suri


Charu Suri is an award-winning journalist who writes primarily in the travel beat. She contributes regularly to The New York Times and Architectural Digest. Her stories have won gold in the North American Travel Journalists Association awards, and she is also a jazz pianist and composer who became the first Indian American jazz composer to premier work at Carnegie Hall. Her first album, Lollipops for Breakfast, won a Global Music Award.


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