The writer is a historian of Delhi
The curious journey of Khan market in the national capital.
She became victim to a horrifying sub-culture — ‘celebratory fire’.
A lot, actually. Place names mark the intersection between time and place, history and geography.
Romila Thapar’s new book highlights the need to reconcile culture with nationalism more sensitively.
Only a cooperative effort of the state and community can protect India’s heritage
Lotika Varadarajan used oral history, archival sources to trace journeys of objects
The site of protests in Delhi may shift from Jantar Mantar to Ramlila Maidan. But is anyone listening?
Agencies charged with the upkeep and protection of Delhi’s historic buildings find little thrill in their job. They see heritage as a burden, are impervious to its magic.
It’s Akbar’s turn now and the victim, as always, is history