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nitika

Nitika, a history & heritage researcher, is one of the Co-founders of Darwesh (a heritage walks based organization) along with Yuveka Singh and Madhavi Menon. She can be reached at [email protected]

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Frida Kahlo & Ruttie Jinnah: Their Contrasting Ways Of Handling Pain Have So Much To Teach Us

While both Frida Kahlo and Ruttie Jinnah faced enormous heartache and suffering, they had very different ways of dealing with their pain.

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My Teacher Insulted Me & That Childhood Memory Made Me Feel Like A Failure At 34!

An innocent childhood memory can rule our adult lives. My teacher made me feel like a failure at 12 & that incident's been been driving my life till date...

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My Grandparents Survived The Partition, And When I Dug Into Family Memories Of That Time…

As a 3rd generation Partition survivor, I've heard of how my grandmothers and other women of the family carried poison to end their lives in case of 'anything awful' happening while fleeing their homes.

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Delhi Walks: How We Can Reshape Lives Through Powerful Stories Of Women In History

Can history which is otherwise generally written by men, about men, be explored from women’s perspective? As it turns out, yes.

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