Jim Corbett | His Writings From Kumaon and Garhwal By Editorial Team

Published On: March 13, 2018
h2>By Kushagra Mittal

What does ‘terror’ mean to you? It’s a word you probably hear often, but what does terror actually feel like?

For the people of Kumaon and Garhwal, it (fear) was the well-known man-eating tiger and the Rudraprayag leopard who had collectively claimed over 400...

Jagar and Its Importance in Exorcism By Editorial Team

Published On: February 4, 2018
h2>By Vidisha Nainwal

As the word suggests, JAGAR comes from the Sanskrit root, JAGA which means to be woken up. It is defined as a process by which any god or deceased person’s spirit or soul is called or woken up from its dormant state and...

Mythologies Residing in Sacred Groves and Lakes of Devbhoomi By Editorial Team

Published On: February 2, 2018
h2>By Arushi Jain

People around the state of Uttarakhand have different beliefs, customs, and religious values. That too in terms of different entities being temples, deities, water bodies, mountains, or even groves. Especially the people living in the rural or semi-urban communities have more reliance in...

Canals of Dehra in Perspective of Engineered Marvel By Editorial Team

Published On: January 17, 2018
h2>By Nitin Chandola

Canals of Dehradun are an integral part of each Doonite’s life, these are the basic source of our daily water convention. Dehradun’s

Kela Ghat temple near Rajpur canal

Role of Dehra’s Canals in Structuring Civilisation By Editorial Team

Published On: January 16, 2018
h2>By Priyanjali Bhalla

In a small valley in the Himalayas, a river sprung out from within and as it tumbled along its journey southwards it raised a civilization. It was the Rispana river. The landscape was beautiful with the backdrop of the Mussoorie ranges and surroundings...

Nanda Raj Jat Yatra By Editorial Team

Published On: July 13, 2017
h2>By Nidhi Rauthan

Uttrakhand is one of the most beautiful and divine state of India, it has developed a lot in past few years and recovered from the great calamity of 2013. In the race of attaining success, good livelihood and development,  people have not forgotten...

Biography of Kedarnath’s Bheemshila By Editorial Team

Published On: July 13, 2017
h2>By Ayushi Nagalia

It’s the beginning of a new day and I wish I could move myself a little, if not move, I wish I could wash off all the red teekas from my forehead. It has only been four years since I came to this...

Mythologies of Kumaon |Chitai Golu Devta By Editorial Team

Published On: July 13, 2017
h3>by Nitin Chandola

In the Chid grooves of Kumaon, mythologies of the Chitai Golu devta plays an important role in maintaining the beliefs of Kumaoni residents and tribes of the region. Known as Manaskhand in Upanishads and Puranas, the region Kumaon’s name is derived from

Editorial, June 2017 By Editorial Team

Published On: July 13, 2017
p>Indian mythologies revolve around epics, Puranas, and Vedas written eons back. Uttarakhand during ancient times was known as Uttar-Panchal in many Upanishads, it is a key origin of the Vedas and Shri Bhagavad Purana. Maharishi Manu recited Shrimad Bhagavad to all his disciples on the...

The Ghost Villages – A result of political ignorance By Editorial Team

Published On: March 9, 2017
h3 class="widget-title">by Priyanjali Bhalla

 People living in the cities live together in a society and crib about growing population due to immigration of people. But do we do anything about it ?Just comment and turn a blind eye to the issue of immigration unaware of the...