Why should you learn about your family history? Discovery, preservation and legacy.
Can you go home again? “Somewhere, buried beneath the wreck of its current condition… is the city that has a tight claim on my heart, a beautiful… Read more “Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found”
See also: The Presidencies of British India: Bengal, Bombay and Madras The Presidencies of British India II: Bengal, Bombay and Madras The Presidencies of British India: Bombay… Read more “The Presidencies of British India: Madras”
We read and devoured English poets and dramatists with an affection which was devoid of any alien feeling of English being a language imported from elsewhere in… Read more “How Anglo-Indian education has shaped English learning”
Several previous posts have presented the various resources available for researching family in British India. Following a number of requests for links, it seemed prudent to [re-]publish… Read more “Genealogical Resources, Tools and Links”
For all the British Raj represented and contributed to India, the greatest contribution was the railways.
This post contains links to 8 articles on partition by Wasafiri Magazine featuring Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi literature and culture, as well as other communities who were caught… Read more “8 Free Articles on Partition: Wasafiri (free until end of September)”