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Institutionalized slavery in the Muslim regimes (Part-I)

While the trade of slaves was not unknown in India, the scale of slavery in India was extremely small in…

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The colonial burden of Pakistan’s judiciary

If Robert Clive was the conqueror with the sword and musket, Warren Hastings, British India’s first governor-general, was the architect…

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Kaifiyat – e – Kutch (Part – II)

[Translation of an article named “Kaifiyat – e – Kutch (Part – II)” published on 12th November 2022 in “The…

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A woman who wrote the most compelling accounts of Western India in the 19th century

During her stay in the region, Marianne was a regular visitor to the palace of the Rao of Kutch. She…

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Israel is a graveyard for Jewish languages

The culture of Iranian Jews in Israel is bound up with a language that is nearly lost: Judeo-Persian. According to…

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Ghadarites: Indian Americans Who Took On the British Raj

Strong anti-Indian sentiments in America caused Indian Americans to turn to the nationalist ideology of the Party. Through the Ghadar,…

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The Rise of Women in Ancient Greece

One of the effects of the major social instability that characterized the fourth century BC is that women became physically…

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Transgender Youth Also Have History

Histories of the Transgender Child, trans youth, and trans populations in general, did not suddenly start existing en masse in…

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On Tagore’s Trails in America

As a young man, Rabindranath Tagore was deeply impressed with the works of 19th-century American writers Waldo Emerson and Walt…

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Birsa Munda: The Tribal Freedom Fighter of Bengal

Munda is remembered as one of the greatest tribal freedom fighters who led Mundas and Kurukh tribal communities to fight…

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