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From "The Mystics of Mile End" to Jewish India February 18, 2016
Author Sigal Samuel shares how writing her debut novel led to a real-life discovery: her Indian family’s deep roots with Jewish mysticism. Sigal traveled to India where she searched for her ancestors' legendary Beit Kabbalah (House of Kabbalah), visited a Jewish cemetery, and accidently joined a theosophical society.

Music from "Hodu: Jewish Rhythms from Baghdad to India" by Rahel Musleah

Sigal Samuel, Opinion Editor at The Forward and author of The Mystics of Mile End