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The Dawn of Online/Digital Magazines

Not long back when the consumption of digital media was still modest and the consequences of its proliferation in other countries not unfamiliar, one could see the clouds of its…
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Startups Fail Because Founders Are Monsters

Jerry Colonna, a successful VC, who turned into an acclaimed coach for the founders and a compelling speaker on topics ranging from leadership to starting businesses, very aptly calls his…
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A LITERARY KNOCK OF AN OPPORTUNITY

In an ocean of information, countless artistic writings float in an anticipation to find their desired Island of opportunities. Such is the reasoning behind the initiative #TellMeYourStory, a storytelling platform…
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Evoke the Leader in you…

It’s rather unusual that I’m writing on leadership. In fact, I had never intended to write on this particular topic, for I always felt I’m not knowledgeable enough in this…
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Chikankari: A lucknawi Tradition

Did You know that Nur Jahan brought the art of "Chikankari" to India in the 15th Century ? Did you know that Chikankari made its way to India all the…
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In the Shadow of the Devi, Kumaon | Niyogi Books

The untamed beauty of the Himalayas immediately captures our collective imagination with visions of serenity, natural splendour and mysticism. But these mountains also dictate the lives of those who live…
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The Sacred Sorrow of Sparrows | OUT NOW

Across lives, cities, and continents, melancholy and its tentacles inhabit spaces that are often left unexplored.Through ten stories and ten main protagonists, this book paints a portrait of the universal…
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When Mother means the world to us | Niyogi Books

                                 Mother’s Day is a celebration of the unique role of mothers in the lives…
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Book Streets across India, which we would love to explore | Niyogi Books

“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…
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Conservation of World Heritage Sites | A City Keeping its Character

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…
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