Girda | “Jankavi” of Kumaon By Editorial Team

Published On: November 23, 2018
h2>By Pranav Dhasmana

A village deep inside the hilly terrain of Uttarakhand has been draped by the orange glow of the setting sun. The cow sheds are engulfed in the warmth of the smoke. Just like the tendrils crave the touch of the support, the calves...


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...


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...


Accomplishment After Uttarakhand Andolan By Editorial Team

Published On: November 15, 2017
h3>By Nidhi Rauthan

The term “Freedom” holds great value, it’s the most significant thing in order to achieve independence, to be a success, to improve and it’s definitely worth fighting for. Indian history is majorly about freedom struggle and in order to achieve that, people have...