— Devyani Sultania.* The UNESCO on Monday included in its list of World Heritage Sites the Capitol Complex in Chandigarh and a national park in Sikkim that is home to Mount Khangchendzonga, the world’s third highest peak, thereby approving all three Indian nominations for this session. This approval came a couple of days after the […]
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Aravindan Neelakandan* — Introduction Many often object to using the word “Hindu” because it is a term given to us by outsiders. This supposition about the origin of the identifying moniker has itself been used to make the claim that there was no such thing as a unified “Hinduism” or “Hindu culture.” In this piece, […]
Mahika Jhangiani. — Culture is a way of life of a group of people. The behaviors, beliefs, values, and symbols that they accept, generally without thinking about them, and that are passed along from one generation to the next. Culture is the values you emulate and the habits you inculcate. For me it’s the craving for gajar […]
Parth Parihar. — By this point, we’d been wandering dry, dirt-clod fields for nearly an hour, Surya Dev shooting down piercing rays of sunlight on backs that were already sore from morning yoga and all the fun physical activities we’d had the day before. I was with two close friends, Allegra—whom I’d known since our days at […]
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