Men of honor had a significant role to play in the freedom struggle. However, surprisingly women too led from the front and emerged as game changers in the quest for independence.
The Panchatantra Tales are one of the oldest tales of India, written in Sanskrit with the aim of imparting lessons on ‘niti’, which means, ‘the wise conduct of life’.
I remember in my hometown Aligarh there used to be a bookshop called ‘Naya Kitab Ghar’, owned by a certain Mr. Kishen Singh, an enthusiastic party worker who stocked Soviet books.
Again, because this is India, each region has its own set of summer food stalls, yet there are some foods and drinks that are found everywhere.
In those days, one encountered many western tourists in Connaught Place and Janpath among whom ‘hippies’ were a class apart. They all wore colourful, though unusual clothes
The Delhi Public School is a conspicuous landmark on that segment of the Mathura Road which is bang opposite the imposing Oberoi Intercontinental Hotel. In our days, the flyover between the two buildings had not been built
I have some really fond memories of this shopping complex name Janak Place. It has always occupied a special place in my heart.
Whether as kids or as adults, the baraf golas are one of the most irresistible delicacies that generations can identify and connect memories with.
Apart from the many debates on how Valentine’s Day may not necessarily adhere to our culture and how a single day is never enough to express love
In the words of Dr. Radhakrishnan, ‘Teachers should be the best minds in the country.’ Wishing the best of our minds a Happy Teacher’s Day and hoping that they help fulfill the real definition of education