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Uttarayan- Kites: Colourful Diamonds in the Sky

On the 14th of January, when western India celebrates Makar Sankranti and other parts of the country mark the occasion of Lohri or Pongal...

How Ashoka became “the great”- The Beginning

Ashoka’s honorable days begin... Some kings are remembered for the battles they fought and won, others for the wisdom of their administration and statesmanship and...

The Old StoryTeller- A Nagaland Poem

Temsula Ao, possibly Nagaland's most eminent contemporary folklorist, academic and poet, writes, 'the inherent instability of any oral tradition needs no great elaboration. In...

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