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Delhi on foot: Tales from the historic bylanes of Mehrauli

by Shriti K Tyagi The article has been earlier published at Ecophiles : https://ecophiles.com/2016/06/01/delhi-on-foot-tales-from-historic-bylanes-mehrauli/ For many of us Mehrauli ends at Qutab Minar, a brunch or a dip into a Sabyasachi or his brethren’s carefully designed stores, some even go a bit further to tuck in some food-with-a-view. And that’s it!  As a neophyte in Delhi, that’s… Continue reading Delhi on foot: Tales from the historic bylanes of Mehrauli

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The legacy of ‘Siraiki’ – a language of harmony and peace

By – Dr. J.C. Batra You would have swayed in rhythm with poetry of  Abida Parveen, without realizing that she is reciting Siraiki Kafi! One of the marker of a civilisation is the ‘language’ it produces. It is through this language that the civilisation continues, expressing itself in everyday activities, folk, culture, poetry and celebrations!!… Continue reading The legacy of ‘Siraiki’ – a language of harmony and peace