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23 04, 2017

Book Streets across India, which we would love to explore | Niyogi Books

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“When I have a little money, I buy books; and if I have any left, I buy food and clothes.” —Erasmus Every book lover’s dream would be to visit these streets where they can browse for hours digging through the [...]

17 04, 2017

Conservation of World Heritage Sites | A City Keeping its Character

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Today, over half of the world’s population resides in cities as a result of which cities are evolving and developing at a faster pace. It is incumbent on us to know how to manage these urban spaces as they grow [...]

9 02, 2017

Jallikattu—A Tamil Tradition

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In Kalithogai, a classical collection of Tamil poems from the Sangam period (spanning c.400 BCE to 300 CE), one can find the following lines describing the electric atmosphere at a bull-taming sport: Ezhunthana thugal Ettranar maarbu Kavizhnthana maruppu Kalanginar palar [...]

29 01, 2017

Heritage and Humanism—Niyogi Books at the Jaipur Literature Festival 2017

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Niyogi Books has a long association with the Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF), which celebrated its 10th anniversary this year. This year Jaipur Book Mark (JBM), the publishers’ conference where book rights and deals are discussed, was held simultaneously at the [...]

16 01, 2017

Shwas’s Kinjal Shah talks to Niyogi Books | The Dire need of Education to the Underprivileged

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 100 million That is the number of children who do not go to school in India. i.e. Four times the population of Australia. i.e. approximately 1/3 the population of the USA. And when I see, Mehul,who has lost his parents [...]

23 11, 2016

Discovering Kathakali | Part 1

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When I was but a wee rug rat, I would sit transfixed for hours in front of our ECIL television every time Doordarshan Malayalam aired Kathakali performances, while my elder sister would run to the next room to escape the [...]

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