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Chasing Bosphorus
Istanbul, a sprawling, bustling metropolis straddling two continents is truly a tale of two cities, that of east and west. The city, a favourite of Ian Fleming has served as a backdrop in Bond films such as From Russia with Love, Skyfall, is the place where east meets west, Christianity
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Folktales have many different motifs.
Ms. Sheila Wee, founder and director of Federation of Asian Storytellers, Singapore, speaks to Utkarsh Patel of The Mythology Project, on the sidelines of the MIST Festival 2020, a festival of Storytellers from across the world, at Panchgani, India. Utkarsh Patel > What is a folktale? Sheila Wee > Well
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Sundara and Satya Pir
Bengal has seen the cult of many Muslim saints, known as Pir and among them was one known as Satya Pir. Around the 16th century, a Hindu poet, Fakir Rama Kavibhushana, is known to have written many stories about him and rendered them in Bengali verse. The following is a
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Rupmati and Baz Bahadur
The love story that almost everyone has heard of in the country is that of Rani Rupmati and her paramour king Baz Bahadur. The town of Mandu, its palaces and gardens have all come to be associated with the couple and it has also become the staple legend dished out
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The story of the headless soldier
In the now dilapidated structure that was once the fort at Dhar, Mandu in Madhya Pradesh, one of the entrances is called Bandi-Chor Dwar. It opens out a winding entry into what must once have been a small but grand structure of a local king. Today it is nearly run
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