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Ektara Newsletter
January 2024

(See the list of previous issues)

Greetings at the start of the year 2024 from Ektara, the online platform on shared history, heritage and arts. One of our aims is to promote peace and communal harmony in India and the world. Ektara magazine has been running since January 2016. Your support will keep us floating.

In our January 2024 issue, we present the following features and videos:

Departed in 2023
1. Dear Departed in 2023

Artists, scholars and other Indian celebrities who we lost in 2023. See the list here >>

2. Transformation of Ka'ba in South Asia's Calendar Art
Lecture delivered by Yousuf Saeed at CESAH International Annual Conference 'The Power of Images The Images of Power', 12-13 December 2023, Paris.

3. Palestine 1920: The Other Side of the Palestinian Story
An Al Jazeera World Documentary on the history of Palestine

Departed in 2023
4. Forgotten Food: Culinary Memory, Local Heritage... in India

A project that brings academics into dialogue with chefs, writers, filmmakers and heritage practitioners to address challenges linked to local communities and food sustainability in India. See the videos here >>

5. Chhadiyan - the journey of love, a documentary
Chhadiyan is a remarkable and one of the oldest and longest ever Sufi foot march tradition that holds immense cultural and spiritual significance.

See the previous issues of Ektara magazine here >>