On Multan Road lies her purported tomb, even though evidence suggests she died in Delhi and was buried in Agra.
A groundbreaking work helps us to understand the various factors that operationalise our art and culture
In his detailed tome, the renowned historian analyses the dynamics that shaped the 19th century
On the medical practices introduced by the British in colonial India
A historical and social exploration of the performance arts in the subcontinent
On Daud Rahbar’s assertion that South Asian philosophers greatly contributed to religious tradition
Tracing the rise and fall of the language in the subcontinent
The history of Urdu and Hindi writers reveals diverse religious backgrounds
Peerzada Salman reflects on the history of Karachi's architecture in his collection of essays
Rafia Zakaria explores polygamy, Pakistan’s sociopolitical history and the story of her aunt in her memoirs
THE late Aziz Ahmad is mainly known as a distinguished Urdu novelist and short story writer. In fact, he was far ...
IN an age dominated by ‘religious terror’, when so many kill in the name of God, it can be difficult for the...