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Shruti Nagvanshi: An Ordinary Girl, Extraordinary Achievement

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Spread the love           We, at Different Truths, congratulate Shruti, a Shining Jewel, for her strong determination, grit and spunk. We are proud of you. A member of our family, she and her husband, Lenin, are our celebrated writers. An ordinary next door girl, with sparkling eyes, Shruti, has been invited to a lunch by the President of India, […]


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Khusrau Bagh: A Forgotten page of Splendid Mughal History

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Spread the love           Sehar documents the grandeur of the Khusaru Bagh, a Moghal garden in Allahabad, India, where three mausoleums stand. These seem to have been lost in oblivion. Here’s an in-depth report. Hidden amidst vast expanse of green, stands three mausoleums which have somewhere been lost in oblivion, Khusrau Bagh , the once famous Mughal […]


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Parsis Worldwide Congregate at the First International Udvada Utsav

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Spread the love           All roads lead to Udvada Utsav, in Southern Gujarat, for the three-day International Udavada Utsav, from December 25 to 27, this year. Beyniaz reports from the first ever International festival of the Parsis. The first ever International Udvada Utsav, was held at Udvada, in Southern Gujarat, on December 25, 26 and 27, 2015. […]


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Numbers, Language and Story: A Nomadic Perspective

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Spread the love           Nomads are the most ancient people on earth. They speak several languages. Their ancient Nomadic lingo is very different from the languages that we use. Rama Shanker explores into the Nomadic languages, their numbers or counting system, and their storytelling traditions. Here’s an in-depth study about Mahavats, one of the Nomads of Uttar Pradesh. Human society […]


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Landscape Gardening: My Style

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Spread the love           Madhumita talks of her passion, Landscape Gardening. She takes us through the history of gardening. She tells us how her M. Phil studies drew her into gardening. She showcases how she transformed the two terraces of her apartment in Kolkata into a Landscape Garden. A tailor-made garden, an Eden recreated and brought home by designer […]


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Crossing the Prohibited Boundary

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Spread the love           The issue of illegal immigrants has several ramifications. Madhumanti discusses this issue, brilliantly, in the backdrop of global phenomena. Indo-Bangladesh, the fifth longest land-border in the world, is porous. She dwells on the causes of immigration from Bangladesh and shows a way to solve it amicably. Here’s an in-depth analysis. Four times US president, Franklin […]


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Can the Neo-Dalit Movement Eradicate Emerging Fascism in India?

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Spread the love             The vast poor majority remains oppressed to the emerging fascist forces. They are brutalised by the caste system, the ‘culture of impunity’ and the hydra-headed tortures. Dr. Lenin Raghuvanshi shows how the Neo-Dalit Movement needs to emerge and eradicate the age-old problem, following the Mandela model.   India is one of the […]


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