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Why Don’t You Paint Flowers Mr. Komu?

Why Don’t You Paint Flowers Mr. Komu?

Mumbai-based multimedia artist and curator, Riyas Komu, has enhanced a number of Outlook editions with his artworks, including the latest one titled Errors, Omissions and Insertions, which features his artwork on the cover and in BJP leader Rakesh Sinha's...

27 June 2022
Gujarat CM Bhupendra Patel To Inaugurate Phase-2 Of India's First Dinosaur Museum

Gujarat CM Bhupendra Patel To Inaugurate Phase-2 Of India's First Dinosaur Museum

The museum, part of the Balasinor Dinosaur Park, is in the area where 13 species of dinosaurs lived around 65 million years ago.

25 June 2022

Fact Check: The Taj Mahal Controversies And Myths Linked To It

Conspiracy theories and myths about Taj Mahal range from it being a temple to its workers' hands being chopped off after its completion.

Where Stones Echo: The Sounds of Mandu

Where Stones Echo: The Sounds of Mandu

Mandu's monuments and ruins reveal a centuries-long syncretic aspect to its architecture

10 May 2022

National Monuments Authority Asks ASI To Place Ganesha Idols Inside Qutub Complex 'Respectfully'

The former MP said he had raised the issue with the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) more than a year ago, but is yet to receive a response to his letter.

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31 March 2022
Interpreter of History: Harbhej Sidhu

Interpreter of History: Harbhej Sidhu

Meet the 31-year-old history buff who highlights little-known historical facts, oral story-telling traditions and architecture of several states


09 March 2022
Chronicles of Buddhism: Highlights of Gujarat's Buddhist Circuit

Chronicles of Buddhism: Highlights of Gujarat's Buddhist Circuit

Despite its significance to Jains and Hindus, continuing archaeological discoveries have revealed the sheer extent of the spread of Buddhism in Gujarat


22 April 2022
The Future of Our Past: What We Can Learn From Dholavira's Ruins

The Future of Our Past: What We Can Learn From Dholavira's Ruins

Questions are the lifeblood of scientific enquiry as they are of political dialogue. In fact, they are the essence of any dialogue


04 August 2021
Research Scholar Finds 1509  AD Stone Inscription At Karnataka's Temple

Research Scholar Finds 1509 AD Stone Inscription At Karnataka's Temple

The date mentioned on the inscription is Tuesday, Jyeshta month of the Hindu calendar of Shalivahana Shaka 1434.


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