The poem is about the questions we all must ask ourselves and arise to build a better tomorrow.
History Lessons Revisited
When the Chipko movement came to the rescue in a neighbourhood spat.
How I Reunited the Most Important Documents in English Theatre History for the First Time in 200 Years
For centuries fragments of one of the most important documents about early English theatre have been scattered around the world.
In Paris, Walking Tours Return Women to the Heart of the Story
Typical tourist tours of Paris are dominated by stories of men and usually gloss over the role of women in shaping the city. One walking tour company aims to …
In Photos | Gomira Dance: A Rural Hindu Ritual to Ward off ‘Evil Forces’
The rural dance form is mainly practised in the Dinajpur district of West Bengal around the harvest season.
A Qawwal’s Journey: Exploring Identity and Passion Through Photography
‘The Qawwali Photo Project’, an exhibition by the The Sufi Kathak Foundation, is on display at the Museo Camera Centre for Photographic Arts in Gurgaon till May 8.
Titanic on Screen – Why ‘A Night to Remember’ Is the Definitive Film on the Ship
The film based on Walter Lord’s 1955 account is much more accurate than James Cameron’s epic.
World War II Diary of a Dutch Teenager Gives Insight Into Nazi Forced Labor
Jan Bazuin wrote a diary about his experiences during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. Now published as a book, his testimony will also inspire a new app.