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That Nostalgic Farewell Card from Friends

Author - Ishant Arora There is a feeling of nostalgia that dwells within every one of us. Nostalgic memories are like boxes of sweets from which you can never pick just one. You need to take...

Caleidoscope – Nostalgic Article of the Month Contest

We are running a month long contest on Nostalgiphilia, featuring articles that bring out the nostalgic memories. So, if you can write a few lines and add a few photos to capture your memories, we have a prize for it

The Vision of Migrants in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Works

The rootlessness characteristic of non-residing Indians, and the need of the migrants to either cling on to their Indian roots in a foreign land or relinquish them in order to blend in with the norm. This is the primary subject in her three most celebrated novels

Remembering Some Beloved Hrishikesh Mukherjee Classic Comedies

Mukherjee was a champion of “middle of the road”, light- hearted and humorous takes on the everyday struggles of a middle-class man. Here are Some Beloved Hrishikesh Mukherjee Classic Comedies

Remembering the Apollo 11 Moon Landing 50 Years Ago

In the bygone 20th century or the Biswin Sadi the first manned mission to land on the moon—the United States’ Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969 was hailed as a defining moment for the entire century,

Single Screen Theatres to Multiplex, Where Our Cinema Culture Stand Today?

When all these single screen theatres are gradually getting converted into multiplexes, a question lingers in our minds, are multiplexes meant for all?

Remembering the Soviet Books for Children in the Cold War Years

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.

Baraf Golas – The Indian Chilly Icy Delights

Whether as kids or as adults, the baraf golas are one of the most irresistible delicacies that generations can identify and connect memories with.

My Cultural Connection with Karnataka – Ramachandra Guha

In his talk “Karnataka Naa Kandathe” Ramachandra Guha spoke about his nostalgic memories of coming to Karnataka and being amazed by its linguistic diversity

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