Guru Teg Bahadur: A Martyr

Gautam Guha, Agami Kalarab: Yesterday was the martyrdom day of the ninth Sikh guru, Guru Tegh Bahadur Singh, who was executed under on the orders of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb, in the year 1675. Known for his artillery skills and being the protector of the weak, Guru Tegh Bahadur Singh travelled across the country preaching Guru […]

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On Constitution Day, why we must be treasure the legacy of the great Birsa Munda

Gautam Guha, Agami Kalarab: There is a certain malleability attached to the phrase ‘freedom struggle’. For many Indians, the phrase refers to their long struggle for Independence against British colonial rule. This was a movement which brought together Indians of many hues on one common platform. Long before they arrived on the scene, and a […]

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Malnutrition: The dark side of India(Part-2)

Leepa Chakraborty, Agami Kalarab: Apart from child labour, malnutrition is another important issue of our India. Malnutrition meaning What is Malnutrition? According to world Health Organization– Malnutrition refers to deficiencies, excesses or imbalances in a person’s intake of energy and/or nutrients. The RSoC report says about this,”38.7 percent of children under five are considered stunted […]

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Three Pillars of Content Curation

Prashant pandey, Agami Kalarab: Curation here, is referred as an act of creating digital content. It has now become an overused marketing term with an increasing significance because everyone around publishes some kind of content, be it an article or a video blog. Let’s discuss it further with three segregation, Algorithmic curation: Search Engine Result […]

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Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar at 199th Birth Anniversary: Memoirs of Bengal’s Path-breaking Reformer

Gautam Guha, Agami Kalarab: Ishwar Chandra Bandyopadhyay, a key figure of the Bengal Renaissance, was a Bengali polymath who was born on September 26, 1820. A philosopher, educator, publisher, reformer and philanthropist, his efforts to simplify and modernise Bengali prose is well documented. One of the most prominent campaigner for widow remarriage among Hindus, he […]

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