On the banks of the Ganga in Kanpur is a ghat that was bathed in blood during the Revolt of 1857. Named ‘Massacre Ghat’ after the carnage that took place there, it is one of numerous sites that are a testament to this city’s significant and sadly forgotten role in the Indian fight for freedom
It was not only Swami Vivekananda who captivated the audience at the World Parliament of Religions at Chicago. There was yet another Indian scholar representing Jainism about whom the international newspapers couldn’t stop talking about. Here is the story of this forgotten hero -
It sent a wave of protests across India and still casts a long shadow - Catch the story of how some of India’s finest writers like Manto, Mulk Raj Anand, Sarojini Naidu, Bhisham Sahni and Nanak Singh immortalised the stories of the martyrs of Jallianwala Bagh, making it a national tragedy we will never ever forget.