Kattabomman: The Legendary Chieftain Who Didn’t Bow Down to the British

Article by Lekshmi Priya S, Originally published in The Better India online edition, on 3 Jan, 2018

To read the complete article visit: https://www.thebetterindia.com/126570/kattabomman-legendary-chieftain-didnt-bow-british/

Born to Jagaveera Kattabomman and Arumugathammal on 3 January 1760, Veerapandiya Kattabomman belonged to the Bommu and Aathi Kattabomman clan in the village of Panchalankurichi in Thoothukudi district of Tamil Nadu.

Battle of Patparganj to Bahadur Shah Zafar’s trial: Delhi’s journey since 1803, at the click of a mouse

Article by Gulam Jeelani, Originally published in Hindustan Times online edition, on Dec 14, 2017

To read the complete article visit: http://www.hindustantimes.com/delhi-news/battle-of-patparganj-to-bahadur-shah-zafar-s-trial-delhi-s-journey-since-1803-at-the-click-of-a-mouse/story-j0o4PdqzFT6bf0ZXK8rUYK.html

Remembering the Maruthu Pandiyar brothers, the leaders of the South Indian Rebellion of 1801

Article by Vinita Govindarajan, Originally published in scroll.in on Oct 10, 2017

To read the complete article visit: https://scroll.in/magazine/851114/remembering-the-maruthu-pandiyar-brothers-the-leaders-of-the-south-indian-rebellion-of-1801

Gulab Kaur: The woman who distributed arms in Ghadar movement while posing as a journalist

Article by Shweta Ganjoo, Originally published in inuth.com on 9th August, 2017

To read the complete article visit: http://www.inuth.com/india/women-freedom-fighters-of-india/gulab-kaur-the-woman-who-distributed-arms-in-ghadar-movement-while-posing-as-a-journalist/

Odisha approves proposal to declare Paika Bidroha as first war of Indian independence

Article by Sujit Kumar Bisoyi, Originally published in The Times of India online edition on 18th July, 2017

To read the complete article visit: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/bhubaneswar/odisha-approves-proposal-to-declare-paika-bidroha-as-first-war-of-indian-independence/articleshow/59652436.cms

Indian mutiny: Remembering farmers who fought British rule

Article by Sunaina Kumar, Originally published in BCC News Asia-India online edition on 12th July, 2017

To read the complete article visit: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-40528129

Step back to move forward

Article by Amarjot Kaur, Originally published in The Tribune online edition on 10th June, 2017

To read the complete article visit: http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/life-style/step-back-to-move-forward/419823.html

Daljit Ami makes a documentary on Singapore Mutiny to understand memory and how an eraser works as a conceptual category in history

History lost...twice? ‘Muziris’ excavations in Kerala’s Pattanam face right wing wrath

Article by Manas Roshan, Originally published in the Hindustan Times online edition on 20th Feb, 2017

To read the complete article visit: http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/history-lost-twice-muziris-excavations-in-kerala-s-pattanam-face-right-wing-wrath/story-or4fnlWRmNZXxeR8VsYQqN.html

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For Sarabha village, Ghadar flag reigns supreme over political parties

Originally published in the online version of the Tribune News Service, Feb 4th 2017. Article by Mahesh Sharma.

Source url: http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/ludhiana/community/for-sarabha-village-ghadar-flag-reigns-supreme-over-political-parties/359301.html

In the history of colonised India, the extraordinary tale of Assam is often overlooked

Originally Published in DNA India (online) 6 November, 2016. Article by Aneesh Gokhale

Source url: http://www.dnaindia.com/analysis/column-assam-was-set-alight-in-1857-mind-and-soul-2270598

The old soldier, wearing a worn-out sepoy uniform, let out a puff of smoke. He wanted to talk about his inspiration – Maniram Dewan.