Ramachandra Guha and some thoughts on Politics in India

Now based in Bangalore, Ramachandra Guha has previously taught at Yale, Stanford, Oslo, and the London School of Economics. His books include a collection of essays, Patriots and Partisans, Savaging the Civilized: Verrier Elwin, His Tribals, and India (1999) and Democrats and Dissenters. Guha’s awards include the Leopold-Hidy Prize of the American Society of Environmental…

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A Brush with Indian Art – Infographic Timeline of Indian Art

Indian art has evolved over centuries. Down the years, it has undergone tremendous change because of various factors, such as geography, culture, tradition, religion and politics. And, therefore, it is a patchwork of different forms, styles and themes. Embark on a vivid journey on which you’ll learn about the origins and evolution of art in…

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Meet the Characters of Andaleeb Wajid’s latest, Twenty-nine Going on Thirty!

Andaleeb Wajid has published fifteen novels of which three are e-books. Andaleeb’s young adult novel When She Went Away was shortlisted for The Hindu Young World-GoodBooks Award 2017. In her latest offering, Twenty-nine Going on Thirty, Priya is turning thirty and feeling overwhelmed by it. Living in Bengaluru with her best friend, Farida, and working…

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How To Go About Dealing with Feelings? Here are Lessons You Shouldn’t Miss!

A unique series focusing on the well-being of young readers, Dealing with Feelings by Sonia Mehta feature Foggy Forest, a tiny forest inhabited by many fun little animals. These quirky creatures are always there for one another – helping each other overcome fear, anxiety, shyness and anger, together dealing with all the different feelings one…

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