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Decoding Indian graffiti scene: How the artform has evolved to convey social messages

By Harshmeet  SinghKerala’s Kochi seems like a changed city nowadays. While some choose to call it vandalism and illegal, others are in awe of...

Sitabinji: This Odisha village has a link to Ramayana & houses a 1500-yr-old Fresco art

By Prateek Kumar The ancient kingdom of Kalinga, which was invaded by the Mauryan emperor Ashoka in 261 BC resulting in the bloody Kalinga War,...

Chaar Dham Yatra: A True Test of Every Hindu’s Quest Towards Spiritual Enlightenment

  Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath, collectively called the Chaar Dham Yatra-the four abodes of god, are the places which every Hindu associates with his/her...

What makes Gulmarg a favourite winter destination of Asia?

  Initially known as Gauri Marg (Gauri – a manifestation of Shakti, Marg- path) by the shepherds, Gulmarg today is popular for its wide range...

Cafe Samovar to shut shop after 50 years-What it meant to poets, artists & Bachchan’s

By Ishan Kukreti It's been 50 years since people have been enjoying pakoda platter, keema parartha and pudina chai at Cafe Samovar in Jehangir Art...

10 interesting things you need to know about Anurag Kashyap’s new movie Bombay Velvet

By Anurag Paul Bombay Velvet, based on historian Gyan Prakash's book Mumbai Fables, set in Bombay of the 1960s, tells the story of a boxer,...

Why this Indian town once known as Manchester of the East sinking into oblivion

By Rituparna Chakrobarty Kanpur, a city once known as the Manchester of East, now fights hard for its own existence. All the cotton mills, the...

ISRO to help ASI prepare maps showing prohibited areas of protected monuments

By Newsgram Staff Writer  Archaeological Survey of India with the help of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and Survey of India, will soon come up...

Meet India’s most humble, peaceful, and successful community- Parsis

By Harshmeet Singh For most Indians, the phrase ‘maro dhikra’ is all they known about the Parsi community. Our knowledge and perceptions about the Parsis,...

Ramayana trail: How Modi government plans to revive the legacy of Lord Ram

By Harshmeet Singh Prime Minister Modi concluded his three nation tour after making a slew of agreements and announcements in Sri Lanka. While moves such...

What Indians can learn from the Mizo spirit of Tlawmngaihna during natural disasters

By Anurag Paul Mizoram is the southernmost state among the north eastern states, in the territory of India, sandwiched between Myanmar to its east and...

Life beyond guns: Kashmiri women’s eternal love for Atta-Hor, Kana-Door, Jumaka, Deji-Hor

By Sunil Koul The valley of Kashmir in addition to its natural and beautiful munificence has been narrated abundantly by its poets and singers finding...

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