Journal and Magazine Writings

Published in the UGC Care referred Journal of IGNCA (Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts- Delhi ) titled “Kalakalpa” for their Basant Panchami issue 2020 (Vol IV, No. 2).

My article is titled:  Vaishnavism Panchaviras- Chaturvyuhas and a unique Viswarupa Vishnu from Bajoura in Kullu district (HP).

The contents page is given as pdf:

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The pdf can be read here:

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My article in the Bengali heritage magazine named “Harappa” in their Pujo barshiki edition 2019.

The seven page long article in the heritage magazine discusses the worship of Sakti or female energy as Mahishasuramardini, Nabodurga, and Saptamatrika. It’s titled as: Devi Sakti Mahamaya.

PDF:

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The write-up on Spiti was published on Rail Bandhu in their September issue, 2017.

RailBandhu is the in-house magazine of Indian Railways. 

To find the real soul of the Himalayas
and to feel its true essence, one must
go exploring deep in the mountains.
The Spiti Valley is one such place,
but be prepared for a very rough ride ahead.
The roads in Spiti are considered among the
most dangerous roads in the world. So while the mountains keep you mesmerised with…….

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Rest appears in the magazine (pdf format) which can be read by clicking the link given below:

Spiti Valley

The e-magazine is as shown below:

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The write-up on Bundi was published on Rail Bandhu in their March issue, 2017.

RailBandhu is the in-house magazine of Indian Railways. 

The sleepy little town of Bundi that has kept its old-world charm alive to a large extent, has many pretty old havelis which have been recently converted into heritage hotels. Explore this charming little town, its narrow streets (cobbled in some parts) and interesting old havelis. Start with a morning visit to the 17th century step-well known as Raniji ki baori….

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Rest appears in the magazine (given here in pdf format) which can be read by clicking the link given below:

Bundi

The e-magazine is as shown below