Looking at the Mausoleum of Dr. Zakir Hussain in the middle of the campus of Jamia Millia Islamia, I couldn’t help but think about how artificial the concept of time is and how the past and present, at some point of time, become merged into a sort of ubiquitous wetness that is time, where one… Continue reading Dr. Zakir Hussain Mausoleum and Museum, Jamia Nagar.
In the amnesic archives of history, you would come across the journey of these women who, now branded as mere prostitutes, were once the embodiment of refined culture and artistic talent. Image credits: The Indian Observer The scarce delineation of female voices in the pages of history stands as a testimony of the marginalization of… Continue reading Ghungroos that carry art: Tawaifs of India
Do you remember the last time, when you gaze into the open sky, it is beautiful. Full of stars, dust and cosmic galaxy. We are in one corner of this vast universe. When the cold war began, one thing that started with the weapons race was the space race. The humans in a way to… Continue reading Space Combat in the 21st Century
‘They build up Jamia Millia Islamia, stone by stone, sacrifice by sacrifice.’ –Sarojini Naidu Jamia Millia Islamia, focused by the National Media since last one month, infact is the result of great efforts and sacrifices. Currently, the whole of India is witnessing massive public agitations and protests against the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAA), NRC… Continue reading Jamia Millia Islamia- A Chapter in Indian History