articles by Vishes Kothari


Rajasthan's language, once a purveyor of state's culture, is slowly fading due to lack of recognition

Rajasthan's language was once the soul of its folk music, arts like puppetry and widely spoken in the form of various dialects. It is now being overshadowed by Hindi in homes and in public spaces. But formal recognition can help revive it while also creating a plethora of related jobs — teachers, translators and mediapersons — thereby aiding conservation