By Arushi Jain For many years, people living in the hilly regions of Uttar Pradesh struggled for the provision of basic amenities and their development, and realized that their needs can only be identified and fulfilled with the formation of a separate statehood as they were being ignored and no balanced regional development was taking ..
Editorial, July 2016Following our theme based issues, here is our issue dedicated to the music of Dehradun, after a brainstorming session for this issue, we named it “music of my valley”. This issue is totally based on the musical trends on going in Doon and issues related to it. I want to thank the featured bands in ..
Failure of National Ruling Parties in UttarakhandEver since the formation of Uttarakhand, the two major political parties of India, Bhartiya Janta Party, and Congress have been the governing powers of the state. It’s pitiful that no regional party, not even Uttarakhand Kranti Dal, which along with numerous activists, soldiers and martyrs was the backbone of the Uttarakhand Andolan, has been able ..
Mythologies Residing in Sacred Groves and Lakes of DevbhoomiBy 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 the preachings of their ancestors and their respective lands. ..
Illusions In Educational And Educated Society of Uttarakhandby Nitin Chandola In today’s monetized society, getting educated is considered to be the most important step towards survival. For parents belonging to working class society, educational courses have become a subject that needs to be dealt with great sensitivity. Paying ransom to the deceptive institutions for the sake of getting a good education is ..
Literates, too ,Lacks in Civic Sense – A limelightby Priyanjali Bhalla Over years people have been counting literacy rates. The statistics state 74.4% people in India as literates. We see people becoming more aware about educating their younger generation but what they are looking for is just superficial knowledge .In a fact not even knowledge what they are preparing their kids for is ..