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Meet the Author | In conversation with Rajat Chaudhuri

Rajat Chaudhuri has published six books in two languages including fiction and translation. He selected and edited The Best Asian Speculative Fiction (2018) collection of stories and is an editor of a forthcoming Asia-Pacific solarpunk anthology…
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Explore Some Special Father-Child Relationships on Father’s Day

Father’s Day is that special day of the year when children remember what having a father means to them and express their feelings of gratitude, love and respect for their…
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YOGA- ITS ORIGINS AND RELEVANCE IN MODERN TIMES

Yoga, with its roots embedded in the soil of India, has not only expanded to the West but has been embraced by the world steadily and firmly. This International Yoga…
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Delve into the history of World Music Day

June 21, the summer solstice, is also World Music Day. Scientifically it is when the tilt of our planet's axis in the northern hemisphere is most inclined toward the star…
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9 books to read on this World Environment Day

One cannot deny or be blind to God’s creation; we should marvel at it, at what we call our world, our dear earth, that we live in. The strategic positioning…
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A tribute to R.V. Smith

R.V. Smith Ronald Vivian Smith was a journalist, novelist, poet, occultist and historical researcher since 1954, who travelled across Delhi, and discovered hidden tales and precious nuggets of history, anecdotes…
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Education in Indian Tradition

Education is the process by which people’s abilities and talents are developed. Education, in this broad sense, is also everything that is learned and acquired in a lifetime: habits, knowledge,…
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What is Article 370? How does it affect us?… An Interview with Sumit Dutta Majumdar, Author of ‘Article 370’ Explained for the Common Man

Q 1. You have previously written the bestseller GST: Explained for the Common Man. How was the experience of writing Article 370: Explained for the Common Man different for you?…
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Teaching, thou art not the same!

Those were the days when students used to line up outside Gurukuls and Madrasas, praying that the teacher would accept them into the school. And teachers had strict tests to…
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South Asian Literature and its renderings… an Interview with Anisur Rehman, Author of ‘Socioliterary cultures in south asia’

    We approached celebrated literary critic, translator, poet, and currently a senior fellow at the Rekhta Foundation, Anisur Rehman with certain questions on his latest book Socioliterary Cultures in…
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