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Play on Dara tries to look at the shahzada's human aspect

At first glance, it is rather hard to imagine that young Md Sahidur Rahman -- clad in a round-neck T-shirt and jeans -- would be able to convincingly portray Mughal Emperor Shahjahan's eldest son and enlightened paragon Shahzada-i-Buland Iqbal Dara ..., 2 months ago
The Express Tribune

Dara to rule the British stage

Urdu origin­al play by Ajoka will be the first Pakist­ani produc­tion to be adapte­d by a theate­r compan­y in Englan­d. The play is about a succession battle to rule India and the ideologies that have clashed in ...
 The Express Tribune4 weeks ago
Times of India

Archaeological Survey Of India organised programme titled 'Shah Jahan's Daughters at Red Fort

What happens when you enter Red Fort and see two ladies, dressed in finery and blingy anarkalis, conversing in Urdu? Visitors to the Red Fort were witness to this spectacle that unfolded recently at Diwan-i-Khas. The Archaeological Survey Of India ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Indian Express

Quest: Monuments teach as much of history as books

The students feel history is best researched and learned through experience. (Source: Express photo by Ravi Kanojia) I personally feel that the best way to establish interest and a connect of the students with a subject like history is to tell them ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
Indian Express

I am Sanskrit

I did not lack support in independent India. There are dozens of university departments whose cumulative achievement has been to convince everyone that I am truly dead. : the language of the gods. But like gods, I am now more an object over which ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

India's Priceless Historical Items That The Government Must Get Back

The 105-carat diamond was once the largest in the world. It was found in Andhra Pradesh, and has been passed on to various kingdoms, including the Hindu, Mughal, Persian, Afghan, Sikh and finally on to the British. The British made it an ornament on ...
 Indiatimes4 weeks ago

ASI brings alive slices of history in heritage celebration

If you are at the Red Fort on Saturday afternoon, you can catch a glimpse of Mughal-era begums at the fort's diwan-i-khas. This is a part of the ASI's celebration of World Heritage Week. The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is organising the play in ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
India Today

Urban facelift in the pipeline for Shahjahanabad

The Delhi Urban Art Commission study covers the area between the Old Delhi Railway Station and Nicholson Road. The place, comprising mosques, temples, bazaars, havelis and narrow bylanes, offers a distinct image but is in dire need of urban renewal.
 India Today1 month ago

Punjab notes: space for religious diversity

Punjab has historically been one of regions in the sub-continent that was most tolerant of diversity and supportive of plurality till recent times. It is here that we first encounter the phenomenon of ethnic, religious, social and cultural diversity ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago Punjab notes: Punjab: space for religious diversity  DAWN Group1 month ago

Literati: Going beyond the written word

CHANDIGARH: Literati 2014, which concluded on Sunday with book readings and sessions on Punjabi and Hindi literature, presented an amalgamation of various art forms. While there was a guest artist, Deepika Chand , painting live over the three days ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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