When I walk around the tomb, I can see the past – the grandeur of the Mughal empire. The red walls, speak to me of the love of a son for his father. Nothing can go wrong here – wherever you look, you can see the blue minaret or the beautiful white dome. Continue reading Why I Am In Love (And Rightly So), With Humayun’s Tomb
Has India’s quantitative expansion of its higher education system failed to qualitatively discover itself? Continue reading Why India Needs Good Social Scientists
In 2011, there was an uproar in Delhi University, when an academic article by linguist A.K Ramanujan (no, this is not the mathematician), was removed from the B.A Program course, because it hurt ‘religious sentiments’. The article was called, ‘300 … Continue reading Learning to learn, and manipulating education.
A statement I have to constantly hear when I tell people I read History in college is – How do you manage to remember so many dates? Not that I am judging anyone, but I sometimes wonder why History is … Continue reading History?! Really?! Why?!