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Category: Literature

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May 31 2022

Tamil Language – The Oldest of the Dravidian Family

Vanakkam! This is the greeting you will receive when you enter the southernmost state of our country, Tamil Nadu where people converse…

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Saahil Vankar
Apr 23 2022

Gulshan Nanda – The Forgotten Novelist Of The Indian Cinema

“…and that is how Gulshan Nanda rose to fame.” Recently, I recall my grandmother striking a conversation reminiscing the era…

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Saahil Vankar
Apr 20 2022

What Are The Benefits of Museums in Preserving History and Heritage?

‘A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots’ – Marcus…

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Saahil Vankar
Nov 24 2021

Knight Tales: The Greatest Knights of the Middle Ages Alexander Meddings

he knight in shining armor and the damsel in distress are two of the Middle Age’s most enduring clichés. Through…

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Nov 23 2021

Remembering ‘Gurudev’ Rabindranath Tagore

A prolific writer whose works ranged from poetry and songs to short stories and plays, Rabindranath Tagore passed away on…

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Oct 29 2021

Maharashtra Culture: Exploring the Rich Tradition, Art, Music, Food and Festivals

The third-largest state of India, Maharashtra occupies a significant portion of the Deccan plateau and sits along the Konkan coast looking onto…

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Oct 21 2021

Classical Greek culture

Art, literature, and theatre Literature and theatre, which were very intertwined, were important in ancient Greek society. Greek theatre began…

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Dec 11 2020

Lessons to learn from Disney Princesses

Each and every young girl’s fantasy is to be a Disney princess, to live in a castle and marry their prince charming. Most likely every single one longed for it at least once during their childhood. Disney princesses have developed over numerous years and have pulled in even the more seasoned women. For over 80 years of Disney princess history, a genuine evolution of female characters has occurred and it is straightforwardly related with what was going on in the society. Disney have always shown the princess’s life in way that one wants and desires, to be a princess every single day, even though we admit that this can’t happen in real life, still dreaming doesn’t cost a fortune, right?

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fatematinwala27
Dec 5 2020

Masaan: Journey of Devi

Directed by Niraj Ghyawan and written by Varun Grover, Masaan is a film that delves deep into the affair between life and death. With a backdrop of Varanasi, we see the life of the characters taking a sharp arc, which can come as both shocking and heartbreaking. Though all the characters are flawsome, today we are going to analyse the character of Devi.

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Ruchi Joshi
Dec 2 2020

Trend of Urban Gujarati films

The Gujarati community made a profound contribution in establishing the foundation of Indian cinema. The influence of Gujarati people in the setting up of film industry from the silent era to the Talkies, and through the golden year to the present state of film industry has been immense. But when we talk about regional Gujarati film industry, it has gone through many peaks and valleys. Early Gujarati films in the 1940s to 1950s were mostly dominated in historical, social and religious subjects also, several films were based on the Gujarati novels.

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Yukta Bhavsar
Nov 30 2020

Twentieth century theatre

Theatre has evolved through many years, twentieth-century theatre depicts a time of extraordinary change in the theatre culture, especially in Europe and North America. There were long-term challenges in theatrical representation, which resulted in advancement of numerous new types of theatre such as Modernism, Expressionism, Impressionism, political theatre and other forms of Experimental theatre. Theatre showed tons of improvement after 19th century. Theatre forms like naturalism and realism which already existed developed continuously. Improvements in areas like Gender theory and postmodern philosophy distinguished and created subjects for the theatre to explore.

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fatematinwala27
Nov 28 2020

Adaptations of Shakespeare’s work into Films

Had William Shakespeare got the faintest piece of information on the prominence of his works among Indian movie producers, he would maybe have been the most astonished on the grounds that it has been a long time since he passed on however, he has passed on something beyond his works. The conspicuous likenesses between a play and a film—in generally length, utilization of sets, the evident authenticity of character and exchange—have darkened the genuine contrasts.

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