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The Scent of Politics

The Meghalaya government’s cherry blossom festival is more a marketing stunt to attract tourists than an expression of the state’s culture.

Caught in a Time Warp

Beneath the beautiful architecture in Rajasthan’s Mewar region lurk regressive social and historical forces propelling the protests against the film Padmavati .

The Pottery of Physics

Why we must question the polarisation of learning into academic and non-academic, curricular and extracurricular.

A Musical Polymath

Singer Girija Devi’s genius lay in her subtle understanding and varied treatment of each of the genres that she rendered.

Selling Dreams Down the River

The Narmada Parikrama, which politicians of Madhya Pradesh are cynically taking advantage of before the state’s assembly election next year, is acenturies-old practice.

A Turn in the South

Armed with stereotypes about Malayalis, a teacher from Mangaluru is charmed by them after a month-long stay in Kerala.

At the Ashram

A cross-legged guru playing Krishna, midnight dancing sessions, genuine social works, and an emaciated child on a fast leave a visitor disoriented.

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