Monday, October 25, 2021

The Continual Play of Learning and Unlearning

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Travelling gives us the insight to climb the mountains, and cross the rivers within. The photo essay emanates from this moment of awakening in a Himalayan hamlet. The Himalayan landscape is a treasure of wonders; each moment comes alive with the unique play of light and shadow, sunshine and rain. As the traveller proceeds on her journey, she is both amazed...

 A Weekly Market in the Heart of the City

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BANGLADESH ONIONS
Let us talk walk together through a weekly market located in the heart of Delhi. At a time when malls and sanitized shopping spaces have become the overpowering reality can weekly markets of this kind continue to enjoy a space of their own or will they disappear one day at not being able to fit into the conventional definition of the smart-city? Here we explore a weekly market which speaks the language of simplicity, uninterrupted human interaction and a space where social interaction is effortless.

ANTI-CAA Protest | When Posters Speak a Million Words

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This week saw massive protests across the country. Thousands of people hit the streets against the recently enacted CAA.

The Midnight Lights of Jama Masjid

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As the month of Ramdan cleanses the soul and purifies the self, the universe unfolds a celebration of brotherhood and the moment of melting boundaries

Rabindranath Tagore’s 159th birth anniversary: A walk through his paintings

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On Rabindranath Tagore's 159th birth anniversary, here is a walk through some of his painting.

A Walk Through Popular Hemis Festival of Ladakh

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Each year the Hemis festival (usually held in July) that was started by Gyalsras Rinpoche in the 18th century, is celebrated at the monastery and is a huge event. The Hemis Festival, a two-day festival hosted at the Hemis Gompa Monastery celebrates the birth of Padmasambhava, the founder of Tibetan Buddhism.

Massive Protests at Jantar Mantar Against Citizenship Act

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Anti-CAA Protests
Massive protests took place at Jantar Mantar uniting people from different walks of life against the CAB.

The Nation and its People

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npr
The nation reproduces itself through its grand architecture, historic monuments and other symbols of sovereignty. But what about people—ordinary people living and working in silence? As the camera is endowed with a penetrating socio-anthropological imagination, the stories of the nation and its people begin to unfold themselves. By Vikash Sharma, The New Leam, New Delhi      

Sky Enthusiasts Gear Up to Witness a Partial Lunar Eclipse Tonight

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Sky enthusiasts across the nation are excited to view the partial lunar eclipse tonight. Here is a brief look at all the major points that will make our sky watch more fascinating.

The Maverick Legend Irrfan Khan-a life in pictures   

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Irrfan Khan was, one of the most talented actors that India has ever produced, his remarkable performances in a series of films etched him deeply in the minds and hearts of cinema lovers across the globe.