Posts Tagged ‘Eid’

Musa had just delivered a magnificent sermon and was pleased with himself. ‘O Musa is there anyone more learned than you?’ asked his enraptured audience. ‘It is true, I am the most learned,’ said Musa proudly, forgetting that knowledge without humility is no knowledge at all. For his arrogance he was...

From Mohammad Akhlaq to Junaid Khan, India has changed irrevocably. It's time to take a stand.

When I was a child, Ramzan would almost always fall during the summer holidays and so would Eid as a result. It would make it all the more easier for going to Vellore where we would spend Eid with my uncles, aunts and cousins. My maternal grandparents also lived in Vellore and naturally, all of this was like a bonanza...

Author and historian Rana Safvi took us for a tour of old Delhi on Eid