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Gurgaon Literature Festival Celebrates its Second Edition at Cyber Hub

Gurgaon Literature Festival, the flagship literary event on art and culture rolled out its second edition from 16th to 17th November 2019 at Amphi...

10 Tips How Do You Write A Literature Review For A Research Paper

The literature review chapter is primarily meant to put your ideas into a scholarly context. It helps you appreciate that other writers and scholars have...

10 Indian Author’s Books Selected for JCB Prize for Literature

Ten outstanding Indian novels in English along with translations from Indian languages by veterans as well as debut authors were longlisted on Wednesday for...

Science writing: A neglected form of literature that needs focus

Along with philosophers, tax lawyers and computer programmers, scientists are perceived as speaking in a language which is supposedly the same as that of...

Checkout Ten Must-Read Books For Women

Nothing in this world can give you the feeling which books do. Some stories, some word just touch your heart and end up giving...

Meet ‘Power Talking Books’ ! New Bangla Audiobook App Makes it Easier to Go Through Bengali Literature

Power Talking Books is the "first and leading free Bangla audiobook app in India", claim its developers The app provides access to a...

Munshi Premchand: An Acclaimed Hindi Fiction Writer and his many Achievements

Premchand's work was based on social evils of society like exploitation, greed, submission, poverty and caste system among others. Premchand stressed on the...

How Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism Influence Early Tamil History? Read Here!

Tamil is one of the oldest languages in India The Tamil culture has secretly incorporated Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism Two literary works called Ettutogoi...

EXCLUSIVE: Book Discussion on Arun Shourie’s ‘Two Saints’

- by Saksham Narula June 13, 2017: Arun Shourie has authored a number of books. His latest book is titled "Two Saints: Speculations Around and...

“Be your own critic,” Gulzar advises aspiring writers at ‘Jashn-e-rekhta’

New Delhi, Feb 18: On Friday, renowned Indian lyricist Gulzar advised budding Indian writers to be "their own critic". He advised one can do this...

Pune to host the debut of India’s Sports Literature festival from February 21

New Delhi, Feb 15, 2017: Pune will play host to India's maiden sports literature festival 'SporTale', a two-day event which will feature as many as...

Language as a Medium of Communication, Culture, and Tool

- by L. Krishna Reddy  February 12, 2017: Language is the human capacity of acquiring and using of complex systems of communication. Language is a medium...

Home where Rabindranath Tagore found inspiration for his Epic ‘Gitanjali’ is now in ruins

Mahesh Khan is now home to leopards and leeches. Some furniture was stolen, others devoured by termites Mahesh Khan is special to Tagore...

“Mizraab” – A Tabloid to vent the Creative Expressions of Young minds of Kashmir

The first issue of the 16-page fortnightly "Mizraab", funded by local newspaper "Kashmir Observer", is a collection of writings, illustrations and poetry done...

Diamond of Hindi and Urdu literature: Munshi Premchand

By Shruti Pandey  “Literature adds to reality; it doesn’t simply describe things”.- C.S. Lewis Munshi Premchand is one of the peculiar writers of India who...

School of linguistics and Literature: Bihar

Patna: A school of Linguistics and Literature will be added from the year 2017-18, on the Nalanda University of Bihar. The governing body of the...

Agatha Christie cited native Indian plants as poison sources in her books

Kolkata: Agatha Christie Queen of Crime not only used the quintessential Victorian-era poisons but also the examples of native Indian plants as sources for her...

Penning the pain: Tracing the history of partition through Indian literature

By Ila Garg They say history is for the Kings and Royals, and for common people, there is literature. Partition of 1947 has always been...

The never ending journey to self discovery: Remembering Rabindranath Tagore

By Prachi Mishra In this playhouse of infinite forms, I have had my play and here have I caught sight of him that is formless....

Gurukul system Vs Anglophonic education: Which learning system is better for children?

By Gaurav Sharma Education is not about flooding the brain with mass volumes of data. It is not about maximising the economic prospects of an...

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