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)”
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As part of the culture to review and reflect on progress at the Anglo-Indian Project, changes have been made. Website A new look for the Anglo-Indian Project,… Read more “Changes to the Anglo-Indian Project”
Interact with the Anglo-Indian Project Facebook | Google+ | Instagram | Paper.li | Twitter | YouTube Dal, daal, dail, dhal, or dahl? (pronunciation: [d̪aːl]) There are many ways to spell ‘dal’ – a term for dried, split pulses… Read more “Sweet Potato and Spinach Dal”
Interact with the Anglo-Indian Project Facebook | Google+ | Instagram | Paper.li | Twitter | YouTube Masala chai is a staple drink of contemporary India. One does not need to walk far on the streets of Bombay (Mumbai)… Read more “Masala Chai”