PepperWater.com was founded in 2006 by me, Conrad Abraham, a Perambur boy who was schooled at St. Mary’s, Parrys then St. Matthias and then Loyola college (“briefly”) and later on move the Atlanta GA. In 2005 I visited India only to find it had changed a lot. My friends had moved to different parts of the world and there was a feeling of disconnect. When I returned to the US after the Christmas of 2005 I had a small idea to begin a site where, at the least, my friends and I could have a common place to hang out.
My friends told their friends and they told their friends and I wasn’t prepared for the growth. Over the years PepperWater has grown to be one, if not the largest in just number of members representing Anglo-Indians on the web.
Pepperwater’s mission yet remains simple through all the change it has been through. Its mission is simply this – to connect Anglo’s, to serve them with quality content, to make people smile and to do all these things with a quality that is world class. I believe we continually strive to excel in these areas and saying that we have achieved these goals would be conceited.
Pepperwater.com intends to be a place where Anglos can connect and to also to serve up news – to be the CNN for Anglo-Indians.
Pepperwater.com has come a long way since 2006. We could not have made it this far without a dedicated team of volunteers and the Anglo-Indian community who visited daily.
Pepperwater is run solely by volunteers. We are constantly looking out for new volunteers to be a part of this Anglo-Indian revolution. If you would love to volunteer, please email Conrad Abraham.
We did try out a paid job but decided we weren’t ready for that yet, however if things shape up well enough, we might just.
Feedback and suggestions are always welcome. Send them to Conrad Abraham.