Reading/Writing

उत्तराखण्ड की तहसील भटवारी में एक गाँव है, गंगोत्री। भागीरथी नदी के किनारे बसे इस गाँव से लगभग 20 कि.मी. ही होगा गोमुख, जिससे...

Today’s part to be read: Part 16 Deadline for submission: 2 pm, 1 May How to submit Submission guidelines WATCH THE STORY SO FAR … Part 1 read by Shashi Tharoor Part 2 read by Twinkle Khanna Part 3 read by Omar Abdullah Part 4 read by Sunetra Choudhury Part 5 read by Sabyasachi Mukherjee Part 6 read...

WATCH THE STORY SO FAR … Join them Everyday we will do a call out for a new part to be read. You can submit a video of your reading of the story by emailing us at contact@juggernaut.in. Submissions guidelines Ensure you are reading the extract we share on our blog and our social media only Make sure the audio and video...

We have divided the story into 18 short parts. Everyday, a celebrity kicks off a section of the story in the form of a video and shares an extract that you must read and share with us as well.  At the end of 9 days, we release a single stitched video of the entire story where celebrities and participants from all...

10 celebrities from across the country have come together to narrate parts of the classic Tagore story, Kabuliwalah. Watch the latest videos here.

Everyday we will do a call out for a new part to be read. You can submit a video of your reading of the story by emailing us at contact@juggernaut.in.

About the story Kabuliwallah is a Bengali short story written by Rabindranath Tagore in 1892. The story is about a dry fruit seller from Kabul, who comes to Calcutta to sell his wares. There he becomes friends with a five-year-old girl Mini from a bhadralok family. The story has been made into popular films in both...

Submissions guidelines Ensure you are reading the extract we share on our blog and our social media only Make sure the audio and video quality of the recording is great. Minimise ambient noise, keep the camera steady and record in natural light. Send in your recording with this subject line: “One story one nation...

Karunanidhi, or ‘Kaliagnar’ as was hailed by his followers, was one of India’s most powerful Chief Ministers. Read on to know why he was one of the greatest statesmen India has ever seen –  The DMK chief was just 14 when he entered politics and was the leader of the DMK for over 40 years. He was five times chief...