Mussoorie and its Literary Value By Editorial Team

Published On: March 8, 2018
h2>By Ayushi Nagalia

Contrary to a widespread belief in the youth of Uttarakhand in our early 21st century, Uttarakhand has been the land of inspiration for numerous writers hailing from all disciplines and genres of writing. The sister towns of Mussoorie and Landour have always been...

An Extinct Dehra of Ruskin Bond By Editorial Team

Published On: March 4, 2018
h2>Shivani Sharma

Ruskin Bond in his description of “Dehradun”, which was called ‘Dehra’ during the 40s and 50s cannot be found in any historic text written by the historians of that era. Though drastically changed in these 70 years his stories play a major role in...

Haunted Mussoorie By Editorial Team

Published On: July 13, 2017
h2>By Shivnetri Kushwaha

Ever encountered the unpleasant emotion of threat of the evanescent, or ever contained knowledge of the presence of that perceived as, although, physically nonexistent but one with access to the sight of you? The intense sensitivity to the phantom which does not belong to us- to the mortal world, yet to...

Hues Of Dehra- Column By Editorial Team

Published On: January 5, 2017
h3 class="widget-title">by Shivani Sharma

Architecture isn’t just about what you see around yourself, it’s not just buildings, it’s much more than that, it is what you feel, it’s what you perceive beyond your vision. Those feelings you experience when you are at home, when you go...