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Nidhee Datta
Nidhee Datta, a graduate in Bachelors of Home Science, has been actively involved with her school and college magazines. She is an ardent reader and has been in Africa for more than a decade. She has been a part of organisations that promote Indian music and dance and has a keen interest in sharing the rich heritage of her country with people at large.

Why Do We…

WHY DO WE…. IN HINDUISM Light a Lamp In almost every hindu home a lamp is lit daily before the altar of the Lord. Light symbolizes knowledge and darkness symbolizes ignorance. The Lord is the Knowledge Principle who is the source and the illuminator of all knowledge. Hence Light is worshipped as Lord Himself. Although a bulb and tube light ... Read More »

NASHA- SHORT STORY

PREMCHAND

[powerpress url="http://indians4africa.com/wp-content/uploads/Nasha-by-Munshi-Premchand.mp3"] Munshi Premchand is one of the greatest figure in Hindi/Urdu literature. Nidhee Datta reads out a thought provoking story ” Nasha” (Intoxication). Read More »

GENERATION NEXT…

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My mother kept fiddling with her mobile phone to unlock it until my four year old niece unlocked it and gave it to her. The look that the little one gave to her granny was worth clicking, as if saying “grow up”. This is probably a common experience for my generation i.e to see this disparity between the generation behind me and the ... Read More »

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