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Are Filmmakers Viewing History With Gold-tinted Glasses That Gloss Over All That Went Wrong?

Are Filmmakers Viewing History With Gold-tinted Glasses That Gloss Over All That Went Wrong?

Artistic intent and integrity make a world of difference and that is often lacking in Indian cinema whether it is Sanjay Leela Bhansali's awful glorification of jawhar (in 'Padmaavat') or the recent 'Samrat Prithviraj'. 

27 June 2022
Medieval Tyrants And Politicised Interpretations

Medieval Tyrants And Politicised Interpretations

Interview of Dean Accardi, Assistant Professor of History at Connecticut College, with specialisation in Kashmir’s medieval history, on Shamsuddin Araqi and...

16 April 2022

Threads and Tales: Aurangabad’s Dying Art Form 

Aurangabad, apart from its history and fortifications is also known for this unique weaving technique called Himroo that is indigenous to Persia

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