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Apr 11, 2018
Inside Sarmaya, a self-funded museum which attempts to revive India's dying art formsSarmaya boasts of a collection of ancient coins, maps, and tribal art forms. It conducts workshops and outreach programmes in schools and colleges | #FirstCulture
Sep 01, 2017
Historian challenges Yogi Adityanath's statement that Taj Mahal 'has no connection with Indian culture'Noted Mughal historian R Nath, who has written over 50 books and authored more than 200 research papers, accused the chief minister of belittling the genius and excellence of people and ignoring the contribution of Mughal rulers to Indian arts, culture and literature
May 06, 2017
Aurangzeb's tyranny and bigotry cannot be whitewashed: A counter-viewWe do not need to re-interpret Aurangzeb, for, revulsion for his conduct in the past cannot be misinterpreted as revulsion for people of his own faith in the present.
May 06, 2017
Audrey Truschke on row over Aurangzeb book: 'I remain committed to dispassionate history'Historian Audrey Truschke says she wrote her book on Aurangzeb, which has triggered quite the backlash, because she felt there was a hunger among some in India for a balanced, historically-based view of the Mughal emperor
May 03, 2017
Farhan Akhtar-Ritesh Sidhwani's next? A web series titled Taj: A Story of Mughal IndiaTheir flagship show, Taj: A Story of Mughal India, will begin later this year.
Apr 26, 2017
Aurangzeb book gets historian Audrey Truschke into social media rowIn the book, Audrey Truschke tackles the demonisation of this Mughal emperor by people on social media; she has been accused of misleading readers and causing unrest.
Dec 11, 2016
The Kohinoor's true (and bloody) history is traced by William Dalrymple, Anita AnandWilliam Dalrymple and Anita Anand spoke to Firstpost about how they uncovered the true history of the Kohinoor, the 'world's most infamous diamond'
Oct 28, 2012
The Indian museum world has frozen, it's tragic: DalrympleIndian museums rarely lend to international exhibitions and rarely show the kind of touring exhibitions which form such a major part of the cultural life of other great capitals. It's a tragic situation