House of Henry Derozio: The Man Who Taught Indians to Ask the Question “WHY”

The house of Henry Vivian Derozio was identified by chance when Shri SHakti Sadan Mukherjee was looking through the title deeds of Calcutta Municipal


      মা                 নদীর জলের মাঝে থেমে তোমার ছোট তরী তাকে আমি দুই হাতেতে ধরি

Suhasini Biswas: A Prisoner of War in Conversation with Tagore

This is a story of how Tagore's Gitanjali helped an Indian woman PoW in World War II to survive the ordeals of detention

Nepal: Remember Something Ancient, Imagine Something New

An art installation on the wall of the British Embassy carries a new meaning after the disaster

Thank God there are absent minded Professors

An absent minded professor is nerdy, unkempt and rather messy and a butt of jokes in comic strips and movies. But thankfully for us

A Dinosaur named Tagore

The ISI geologists in 1961 excavated a dinosaur skeleton which they christened Barapasaurus tagorei after Rabindranath Tagore

Dear Dr Raghuram Rajan

A Ten Year Old Girl Writes a Letter to the RBI Governor and gets back a reply

I Do Yours

Editor’s Note: It is indeed a privilege for us that one of India’s most celebrated quiz master agreed to be published in We

Rao Tula Ram: Subhash Chandra Bose from Haryana

There is uncanny similarity between Rao Tula Ram, the hero of Haryana and Subhash Chandra Bose, read on and be amazed

Barun Biswas: A Martyr India Knew Too Late

This is the story of Barun Biswas , a school teacher, who single handedly taught a whole town to oppose gang rapists

The Calcutta Double Decker

Editor’s Note: Prof Aloke Kumar is someone whom I hold in awe. I have been enjoying his excellent writings on Facebook posts. And each

Short Story : Waiting for You

  Mita’s life had always been tedious and bland. Her days were occupied with household chores and her work. The youngest child of the