This issue may have been the last one for The Doon Mozaic, Volume 3 but, our aspiration for the last one is same as for the initials. The issue themed on the eminent writers and poets of the region of Kumaon and Garhwal is one of our key issues aspired by our team for past ..
- Book Reviews
Book Review: Equation of a Being – A Being Who Gathered MossPublished by Notion Press, Equations of a Being: A Being Who Gathered Moss is Ashutosh Gupta’s debut book. The book features an attractive blue cover that shames the saying ‘Do not judge a book by its cover’. The book is divided into sixteen chapters which are more like fragments from the writer’s life. They effectively ..
Future: if Uttarakhand remains a failed stateBy Samridhi Dixit Previously Uttaranchal, Uttarakhand finally emerged as the 27Th state of India on 9th November 2000, leading to the fulfillment of the long cherished dream of the people who are the residents of this hilly region who fought long for their identity and to be recognized as a separate state on the map ..
The Slums Still Grow in Dehra- Issue StoryIt’s been past fifteen years since Dehradun is declared as temporary capital of the state. It is sarcastic that a state established to create opportunities in villages and remote areas of hill region, established its capital in plains. Dehradun has paid for this decision in form of losing vegetation, swamps and rich flora and fauna. ..
The Hypocrisy behind Politics in Uttarakhand – Issue Storyby Nitin Chandola On the 15th of February, 2017, the fourth legislative assembly polls were held in Uttarakhand to select the state’s ninth chief minister. Our state is not only in a satirical but also in a pitiful state. Political parties have ruled our state to increase its instability and disabilities. Uttarakhand, with the badges ..
Nanda Raj Jat YatraBy 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 their main roots and religious believes. Garhwal, Kumaun and ..