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21 12, 2017

Tete-a-tete with Ranjita Biswas | Solo Women Travel

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As the world seems to be shrinking with flights to destination never heard before, instant internet connectivity and couch surfing becoming a norm, travel literature as compared to the Instagram word “wander lust” is gaining popularity, slowly but steadily. We [...]

11 12, 2017

Books to look forward to this winter

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We always strive to bring out an assortment of genres which not only broadens the horizon of our readers but also entertains them to the core. This month we bring out the best of the lot, ranging from classics to [...]

16 10, 2017

Translator must always stay true to the original work

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Jayakanthan (24 April 1934 – 8 April 2015), popularly known as JK, was an Indian writer, journalist, orator, film-maker, critic and activist. Born in Cuddalore, he dropped out of school at an early age and went to Madras, where he joined the Communist [...]

10 08, 2017

The Languages and Peoples in Ancient India

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The Rig Veda was included in the UNESCO “Memory of the World Register” in 2007 because, “being among the first literary documents in the history of humankind, [the Vedas] transcend far beyond their identity as scriptures. The Rig Veda, the [...]

2 08, 2017

The concept behind the Hindu Gods: An analysis based on Aurobindo’s interpretations of the Rig Vedic Gods

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Sri Aurobindo has provided a very interesting interpretation to the various aspects of the Rig Veda. His interpretations seem very logical.  A cursory glance at the Rig Veda may lead to the apparent belief that the hymns are desperate pleadings [...]

29 06, 2017

A LITERARY KNOCK OF AN OPPORTUNITY

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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 that invites people, irrespective of their fields, age or any [...]

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