Books and Authors: In conversation with Rana Safvi, author of Shahjahanabad: The Living City of Old Delhi

UPDATED ON MAR 07, 2020 12:45 PM IST
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Forts, havelis, temples, mosques, streets, food, culture, history... It's all there in Shahjahanabad: The Living City of Old Delhi, the final installment in popular historian Rana Safvi's series on Delhi. Here, Rana talks about what went into writing this information-packed and very accessible book that combines the historic and the contemporary to give the reader a great then-and-now view of Old Delhi, a remarkable settlement that has, over the centuries, seen both grandeur and tragedy.


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<p>Delhi based Abhishek Anicca has locomotor disability and is a slam poet. He uses poetry as a medium of expression to talk about disability and his experiences. His performances are real, brutal, sarcastic and talk about his experiences as a differently abled person. In this interview, he recites one of his poems which talks about the same. Anicca also tells us about how he is coping during the Covid 19 situation. </p>

The sarcastic slam poet with locomotor disability

PUBLISHED ON JUN 17, 2020 02:00 PM IST
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