Modern Day Patriotism

By Nikita, SY BA LLB Div. B Patriotism is a feeling of love and passion people have for their country. The feeling of patriotism is true when it is selfless and pious. In the earlier times, it was considered that one who would lay down his life for his country would be recognized as Patriotic.Continue reading “Modern Day Patriotism”

What We Owe To Bharat

By Karishma Maheshwari, SY BA LLB Div. C Living amid the gush of social media posts like “are we truly free?” highlighting all that is wrong with the nation, we often tend to ignore all that the nation has given us. Free speech, which itself gives us the freedom of being critical of our countryContinue reading “What We Owe To Bharat”

Hands That Hold The Flag

By Sarika Agarwal, SY BBA LLB Div. B Since time immemorial, India has witnessed several settlements from abroad. The Persians, the Iranians, and the Parsis immigrated to the country. These were followed by the Mughals, who also entered the land with the motive of settling down permanently. Genghis Khan, a Mongolian, attacked and looted IndiaContinue reading “Hands That Hold The Flag”

Rusty: The Boy From The Hills

By Atish George, SY BBA LLB Div. E “Happiness is a mysterious thing, to be found somewhere in between too little and too much.” These words by Ruskin Bond encapsulate the essence of his storytelling and ideology, which is evident in his book, ‘Rusty: The Boy from the Hills’, which reflect the small moments inContinue reading “Rusty: The Boy From The Hills”

Padmavat- An Epic Love Story

By Rakshinda Rehman, SY BA LLB Div. C   Is Rani Padmini of Chittor fact or fiction? The answer depends on who is asked. The existence of Padmini is definitely a fact for a Rajput, especially one for whom identity matters in a social context. However, she is most likely fiction for a historian whoContinue reading “Padmavat- An Epic Love Story”

The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

By Satya Vaishnav, SY BBA LLB Div. E   ‘The Ministry of Utmost Happiness’ is the second fiction novel by Arundhati Roy released after 20 years of ‘The God of Small Things.’ The book covers many topics, such as the Godhra attack, and the story also focuses on Kashmir. The common issues that India facedContinue reading “The Ministry of Utmost Happiness”

Malabar Rebellion: A Gandhian Oversight in Retrospect

By Yash Sinha, TY BBA LLB Div. D The book’s theme is centred on the Moplah Riots that took place during the Khilafat and Non-Cooperation movements in India during 1919-1924. I have read quite a few existing works of literature on this issue, including the writings of Baba Saheb Ambedkar and Veer Savarkar; however, afterContinue reading “Malabar Rebellion: A Gandhian Oversight in Retrospect”

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