Journey of Freedom

This canvas has been painted by well-known Gond artist Venkat Raman Singh Shyam. The swan in the painting depicts the journey the nation has undertaken since attaining freedom. India’s succesful productive ventures are depicted on the national flag.

Jawaharlal Nehru and Mahatma Gandhi

India has an opportunity to fully redeem the pledge

John Harriss
Author Nayantara Sahgal

interview | Nayantara Sahgal: Nehru’s compound was filled with refugees

Anuradha Raman
Fruitful ties: The aesthetics of Nehru blended with Gandhian ethics

Our doll’s house of memory

Shiv Visvanathan

Memories of the day

Midnight to millennium

The first Indian National flag hoisted on 15th August 1947 at Fort St. George display at Fort Museum.
Radesh Singh, a Pakistani Sikh, talks at a temple in Peshawar, Pakistan. Singh's said that his grandfather was just 11 years old when he left his "simple village" in India's Punjab province to move to Peshawar, in the far northwest of the country on the border with Afghanistan. Seventy years after Partition of the Indian subcontinent, Pakistan’s Sikhs say neither India nor Pakistan feels like home for a young generation searching for peace and security elsewhere.
INSPIRING THE NATION Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore

Tricolour hoisted in 1947 at Fort St George still flying high


70 years after Pakistan-India split, Sikhs search for home


A musical salaam to the motherland

Shailaja Khanna

An overhaul at seventy

K. Shankar Bajpai

Descent of the Tiranga

R. V. Smith