History

Talk by Professor Syed Ali NadeemRezavi

On 13th February, 2020, Heritage, the History Association of Janki Devi Memorial College, organized a talk on 'Making of a School of Architecture: Akbar and FatehpurSikri' by Professor Syed Ali NadeemRezavi. The President of the History Association, HimanshiGarg, welcomed everyone and the Principal, Dr. Swati Pal, felicitated Professor Rezavi with a potted plant. In her address, she confessed that she finds FatehpurSikri more interesting than the Taj Mahal, though the latter has its own significance and beauty.

Prof.Rezavi, who has extensively worked on Mughal architecture, began by saying that the study of people was more important than measurements in architecture. He pointed out that unlike Europe, in India, secular implied 'tolerance for other religions'. In architecture, Akbar tried to borrow religious icons from different religions though it is imperative to not give a religious dimension to it. According to Prof.Rezavi there is no single feature of architecture that is Mughal, rather, Mughal architecture is an amalgamation of various architectural styles of various traditions. Prof Rezavi also spoke at length about the town planning and architecture of FatehpurSikri and its decline. The scarcity of water argument is a myth and it was only abandoned as an imperial capital for political reasons. Lastly, in Prof.Rezavi's words "FatehpurSikri is a microscope through which we can understand and decipher Mughal architecture"




About the Department

The Department of History at JDMC aims to strengthen critical thinking amongst the students, and help them comprehend and appreciate the relationship of the past with the present. The fundamentals of historical thinking and practice stimulate skills that lay the foundation for excellence in a variety of careers and professions like civil service, law, social service, media and journalism, advertising, theatre and film, politics and business, not to mention professional historical research, teaching and allied careers like tourism, heritage and museum management. Well versed in Indian and World history, a History Hons. student is able to engage with the complexities of a constantly changing world.The Department also utilizes various media forms – e-archives, films, documentaries and live performances to enliven the teaching of history. 'Heritage' the History Association of JDMC organizes a series of co-curricular activities throughout the year. Engagement with archives, museums and archeological digs, heritage walks and historical trips give students a hands-on experience of 'doing history' along with making them appreciate the abundant historical heritage of Delhi. 'Heritage' also organizes seminars, lectures, and student competitions to heighten interest in the subject among the students.



'Gandhi in His Times and Ours', 4th October, 2019

'Gandhi in His Times and Ours', organized on 4th of October, 2019 was a daylong seminar under Janki Devi Memorial College's Distinguished Speaker Series. The seminar was organized by the History Department and Gandhi Study Circle of Janki Devi Memorial College.

The seminar consisted of four panelists from a variety of academic disciplines. Professor Alok Rai, Professor Shahid Amin, Dr. NishikantKolge and Dr. Rinku. The keynote speaker for the seminar was Prof. Sudhir Chandra a renowned historian and scholar. Seminar commenced with planting of saplings by Professor Sudhir Chandra, Alok Rai and Shahid Amin. Thereafter, Dr. Saumya Gupta addressed the gathering on behalf of the Gandhi Study Circle. Dr. Saumya gave a prolific start to the seminar by giving an introduction on the importance of Gandhi in present times. She spoke about how Gandhi needs to be remembered and debated and most importantly how the present solicits a need to engage with Gandhi and his philosophy of truth in days of fake news. Dr. Swati pal, principal,Janki Devi Memorial College also addressed the gathering and spoke about the importance of Gandhian philosophy in the foundation of Janki Devi Memorial college. The Teachers In charge Natasha Nongbri than addressed the gathering on behalf of the History Department and introduced the keynote speaker.

Professor Sudhir Chandra gave an enthralling keynote speech at the occasion where he spoke about the importance of mother tongue and the importance of Gandhi in the present times, whetherit be with reference to the crisis of non- violence or the crisis of environment. The keynote speaker was so well received that the jam packed hall echoed with a long round of applause in response to the address by Prof. Chandra.

After a break for tea, the session opened with the talk of Professor Alok Rai, who spoke about the idea of Hindustan and how it became a Hindi land. He referred to Gandhi with reference to his propagation of Hindustani over Hindi Language. The next in line of the distinguished speakers was ProfessorShahid Amin who spoke about Gandhi in the context of his close relations with the peasants. He touched upon interesting anecdotes and testimonies of peasants from Champaran etc.

The post lunch session was chaired by Dr. Saumya Gupta who introduced the last two distinguished speakers, Dr. NishikantKolge and Dr. RinkuLamba. Dr. NishikantKolge delivered his talk on an important aspect of Gandhi that is,'his practical consideration was as important as his moral and philosophical considerations'. He made his point through Gandhi's idea of non violence and how it was used as a strategy by him many times. Dr. RinkuLambaspoke on a rather interesting and new aspect of Gandhi's understanding of religion and politics through the prism of Kabir and the Bhakti movement. The program ended with a vote of thanks by Dr. Sandhya Garg, member of the Distinguished Lecture SeriesCommittee and Dr. Manisha Agnihotri on behalf History Department, JDMC.



Teacher In charge: Natasha Nongbri

Association In charges: Dr. ManishaAgnihotri, Faisal Hussain and Dr. Shravan Kumar



Visit to the National Museum

BA (Hons.) I year History students were taken to the museum on 17th august, 2019. The trip is organized every year to familiarize students with the ancient history heritage. During the trip studnets of the I year History Hons. Batch visited 15 prominent galleries of archeological remains. The students learnt a lot as this is part of the papers they are being taught in their first years. The students were accompanied by three teachers of the department.



Dr. Vijay Nath Memorial Lecture and Distinguished Lecture Series

As part of the distinguished lecture series and Diamond Jubilee celebrations of Janki Devi Memorial college, the fifth Dr.Vijay Nath Memorial Lecture was delivered by renowned historian and archeologist Prof. NayanjyotLahiri on 3rd September, 2019. The Vijay Nath Memorial lecture series is an annual event organized by the Department of History Janki Devi Memorial College, which commenced in the year 2015. The Teacherin charge of the history department Ms. Natasha Nongbri welcomed all the guests in the jam packed seminar room. Dr. Swati Pal, principal of the college addressed the gathering and also called for a two minutes silence in memory of Dr. Vijay Nath. She then invited Professor Lahiri to deliver thememorial lecture titled 'The Archeologist and the Prime Minister - A Nehruvian Era Story' . The lecture delivered by Professor Lahiri beautifully captured the personality of Nehru not just as a Prime Minister but also as an admirer of the great heritage that the nation takes pride in. The distinguished speaker presented a very academic and heritage loving side of the first Prime Minister. The anecdotes and the vivid pictures of his visits to these monuments reflect Pandit Nehru's very accomplished aesthetic sensibilities. The talk was extremely well received with a question and answer session that followed it. The program concluded with lovely memories of Dr. Vijay Nath shared with the audience by retired professor of the History Department Prof. KumkumSrivastava. Lastly, Dr. NamitaSethi Convener of the Distinguished Lecture Series presented the vote of thanks to the speaker, facultand others present on the occasion. HimanshiGarg of History Hons. III year, the history association president also gave vote of thanks on behalf of the history department. History



Report of Dr. Vijay Nath Memorial Lecture, September 3, 2019

As part of the distinguished lecture series and Diamond Jubilee celebrations of Janki Devi Memorial college, the fifth Dr. Vijay Nath Memorial Lecture was delivered by renowned historian and archeologist Prof. Nayanjyot Lahiri on 3rd September, 2019. The program started with the lighting of the lamp, after whichProfessor Lahiri planted a sapling for the college garden as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebration of the college.
The Vijay Nath Memorial lecture series is an annual event organized by the Department of History Janki Devi Memorial College, which commenced in the year 2015. The Teacher in charge of the history department Ms. Natasha Nongbri welcomed all the guests in the jam packed seminar room. The guests to the program also included Ms. Nidhi Nath Shrinivas and Mr. SaiShrinivas (daughter and son- in-law of Dr. Vijay Nath ). Third September also marks the birth anniversary of Dr. Vijay Nathwhich made the occasion even more special. Natasha Nongbrigave a glimpse of Dr. Vijay Nath's achievements and academic contribution.
Dr. Swati Pal, principal of the college addressed the gathering and also called for a two minutes silence in memory of Dr. Vijay Nath. She then invited Professor Lahiri to deliver the memorial lecture titled 'The Archeologist and the Prime Minister - A Nehruvian Era Story' . The lecture delivered by Professor Lahiribeautifully captured the personality of Nehru not just as a Prime Minister but also as an admirer of the great heritage that the nation takes pride in. The program concluded with lovely memories of Dr. Vijay Nathshared with the audience by retired professor of the History Department Prof. Kumkum Srivastava. Lastly, Dr. Namita SethiConvener of the Distinguished Lecture Series presented the vote of thanks to the speaker, faculty and others present on the occasion. Himanshi Garg of History Hons. III year, the history association president also gave vote of thanks on behalf of the History department.


 



TRAVEL & TOURISM – VALEDICTORY CEREMONY (APRIL 18TH 2019).

The Chief Guests for the ceremony were Prof Rajesh and Dr Rahul Yadav from DACEE. On this occasion Principal Dr Swati Pal congratulated the students on the successful completion of their short- term course on Travel and Tourism and underlined the importance of these skill enhancement courses for facilitation of employment opportunities. Prof Rajesh spoke on the national and global issues related to the ever-growing tourism industry. Dr Rahul Yadav focussed on the ways and means of enhancing one's communication skills, personality development and technological skills. At the end of the ceremony, certificates were distributed to the students.



TRAVEL TOURISM – AGRA TRIP (APRIL 4TH 2019)

As part of their Travel and Tourism curriculum, a field trip was undertaken to Agra and Fatehpur Sikri on 4th April comprising of 27 students and some faculty members. After the trip the students submitted a project on the historical places visited by them in Agra and Fatehpur Sikri.



INTERACTIVE SESSION FOR IAS ASPIRANTS (MARCH 16TH 2019)

The interactive session on methods to crack the IAS examination and course materials was organised in collaboration with Lukmaan IAS Academy.



NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON POPULAR CULTURE HELD (FEBRUARY 28TH& MARCH 1ST 2019)

A National Symposium on Popular Culture was organized for the benefit of BAHons and BAProgramme students as popular culture forms part of their syllabi.

Another rationale for the Symposium was thatPopular Culture has wide mass appeal, being theaggregation of a myriad cultural phenomena such asliterature, art, music, dance, theatre, customs, traditions, rituals, food, fashion, film, television, radio and cyberculture.

This symposium tried to explore these themes, sometimes from perspectives pf their regional, ethnic and religious variations.

The chief guest for this symposium was the HOD, Dept of Buddhist Studies, Prof K.T.S Sarao who delivered the keynote address. His address mainly focussed on the Jataka tales/fables of Gautam Buddha, his former incarnations at times like an animal, a bird and sometimes like a human being. These tales symbolised the innate values of morality, honesty, self-sacrifice and other moral values which are necessary to become good human beings.

Other key speakers were Prof S.KRai and Prof P.PDhar from DU, Prof F. Nasreen from JMI, Prof B. Prakash, Dr G. Ghosh from JNU and Dr Jitender Gill and Dr Saumya Gupta from our college.

Cultural programmes marked the close of both days' presentations and deliberations. The first day featured melodious solo and group regional songs and beautiful dance recitals by students. The second day's academic session ended with soulful renditions of Baulsangeet.

 


DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY


TATHASTU – THE HISTORY DEPARTMENT FESIVAL - 26 & 27 OCT 2018

The theme of History Festival-Tathastu held in Oct 2018 was "Dilli-6". The inauguration of the Fest was on 26th Oct which began with a National Seminar on "Revisiting Dilli-6". A galaxy of noted historians and scholars like Prof Nadeem Rezavi (Aligarh Muslim University) Prof Najaf Haider (Jawaharlal Nehru University) Prof Farhat Nasreen (Jamia Millia Islamia) and Dr Lubna Irfan enlightened the audience on various aspects of the glorious history of Shahjahanabad which we today sometimes refer to as Dilli-6. In the post-lunch session there were two Inter-College Competitive events like What If and Golgappa Eating Competitions.In the evening, there was a cultural programme based on the theme Dilli-6. First there was a Ganesh Vandana presented by senior faculty member of the Dept Dr Tara Sheemar, followed by a Kathak Recital by noted Polish exponent Mr Artur Przybylski, who also specializes in Tango, Waltz, Samba, Salsa and Ballroom Dancing. On the second day, 27th Oct, there were a variety of Inter-College Competitions like Quiz, Poster Making, Photography, Treasure Hunt and Talent Hunt. And in the evening of the 27th there was a Sufi Night by Ustad Imran Khan, noted maestro of melodious and technically complex Sufi, Ghazal and Classical compositions of the Dilli Gharana.



DR VIJAY NATH MEMORIAL LECTURES – 12 OCT 2018

Dr R S Bisht (Joint Director, Archaeological Survey of India – Retired, and Padma Shri Awardee) and Prof D P Sharma (Archaeologist, Museologist and Art Historian) spoke from their respective perspectives on the theme "In The Trail of the Indus Valley Civilization - Case Studies of Rakhigarhi &Dholavira". While Prof Sharma gave a general overview of Indus Valley sites Dr R S Bisht gave a vivid presentation of the excavations conducted by him at Dholavira.



INTER-DEPARTMENT DEBATE COMPETITION - 28 SEPTEMBER 2018

An Inter-Department Debate Competition was organized on 28 September 2018 on the "Decriminalization Of Sec 377 Will Lead To More Inclusivity In Society And Economy".



ORIENTATION CEREMONY OF ADD-ON TRAVEL & TOURISM COURSE – 27 SEPTEMBER 2018

The Orientation Ceremony for the Certificate Course on "Travel and Tourism" being conducted by the Department of History, JDMC in collaboration with Department of Adult Continuing Education and Extension, DU was held on 27th September 2018.
The ceremony was graced by the Chief Guests Prof. Rajesh and Prof. Rahul Yadav.
Prof. Rajesh from DACEE spoke about the different strands of tourism like economic, social, cultural, medical and historical. He also emphasized the need to supplement the theoretical lessons of the subject with field visits.
Dr Rahul Yadav (DACEE) outlined the syllabus and spoke about the benefits of the course for the students in building their future careers.
Some students from the first batch spoke about the wide knowledge they had gained after pursuing this course and narrated their experiences while doing their field work.



PAPER READING COMPETITION - 6 SEPTEMBER 2018

A Paper Reading Competition was organized on 6 September 2018 on the theme "Let Indian Be Thy Religion"



TALKS ON GOOD JOURNALISM VS BAD JOURNALISM - 17 APRIL 2018

Journalists from Navodaya Times and Times of India spoke about what is good journalism and what is bad journalism.


VALEDICTORY CEREMONY - TRAVEL & TOURISM ADD-ON COURSE - 26 MARCH 2018

57 students graduated in the first batch of the Add-on Course on Travel & Tourism introduced by the History Dept during the academic year 2017-18




TALK ON NATIONAL ARCHIVES - 22 MARCH 2018

During the Library Festival the History Department organized a talk by Dr T Hussain of the National Archives. He spoke on the evolution of the National Archives and the important phases in its evolution.

Dr T Husain speaking on the Evolution of the National Archives

LECTURES ON INDIAN ART & CULTURE- 12 MARCH 2018

Lectures on various aspects of Indian Art & Culture were delivered by Prof Ravindra Kumar (Former VC & Prof of History IGNOU) Dr Anand Bardhan (Faculty DIHRAM & Secretary, Museum Association of India) and Dr Shubha Banerjee (Education Officer Rashtrapati Bhavan)



DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY—REPORT AND PICTURES (JULY-NOV 2017) TALK ON DELHI

The Department of History, Janki Devi Memorial College organized a talk “Delhi: Cities and Settlements” by Dr. Swapna Liddle on the 2nd of August 2017 at the College Library Hall. Ms. Smita Mitra, Teacher-in-Charge of the Department gave the Inaugural Speech in which she briefly sketched the historical significance of Delhi.

Dr. Liddle spoke on the heritage of Delhi, it’s physical landscape and the impact it has had on the cultural and intellectual life through the Ages. Delhi, because of its strategic location between the Himalayas and the Doab region has acted as a corridor throughout History. It has been at the centre of trade routes. Hence, the city itself as a settlement can be analysed in layers starting from the Prehistoric Age to the coming in of the British.

With the coming of the British, the temporary capital of Delhi was established in the Civil Lines (1911). Hence, Delhi continued to be a symbol of seat of power. Dr. Liddle concluded her speech by stressing on the need to understand the many layers of the physical landscape of Delhi itself.

The talk was followed by a question answer session and a vote of thanks.



ORIENTATION PROGRAMME - "TRAVEL AND TOURISM"

The Orientation Ceremony for the new Certificate Course on "Travel and Tourism" being conducted by the Department of History, JDMC in collaboration with Department of Adult Continuing Education and Extension, DU was held on Friday, 8th September 2017 from 10:30 am in the college seminar hall.

The ceremony was graced by the Chief Guests – Prof. Rajesh and Prof. V.K. Dixit, and special invitee Dr. Rahul Yadav.

Prof. Rajesh from DACEE highlighted the importance of extension and outreach activities. He talked of a variety of Tourisms – economic/ social/ cultural / medical/ historical and stressed on the need to link theory with practice particularly, for a subject like history where classroom teaching should be supplemented with visits to historical sites.

Prof. Dixit (DACEE) talked about the UGC mandated need based short term courses like "Travel and Tourism", "Community Radio". He informed the students that Tourism industry is a flourishing one and a course such as this would help the students to be better placed in terms of job opportunities.

Dr. Rahul Yadav (DACEE) outlined the syllabus and the time frame of the course in detail. He stressed on the new job opportunities that are to be created in travel industry as well as the need to focus on communication and skill development.

The floor was then open to the students to make further enquiries.





VISIT TO NATIONAL MUSUEM

HERITAGE, HISTORY ASSOCIATION organised its annual visit to the National Musuem for the First Year History Honours Students on 14th September, 2017.The Aim of this visit is to apprise the students about the rich phases of historical growth of our country by surveying the historical artefacts and other archaeological remains preserved in the museum for posterity.





VISIT TO THE HUMAYUN’S TOMB & QUTAB MINAR

HERITAGE, HISTORY ASSOCIATION organised an educational trip to Humayun’s Tomb and Qutab Minar on 22nd Sept, 2017. The students were given an in-depth knowledge about these two Heritage sites and their architectural styles. This was followed by a Project presentation by the students.





DR. VIJAY NATH MEMORIAL LECTURE SERIES

HERITAGE, HISTORY ASSOCIATION organized its Dr. Vijay Nath Memorial Lecture Series on the 12th of October 2017in memory of Late Dr. Vijay Nath. The theme of the lecture series was "Reconstructing Buddha through the prism of 'Tripitakas' and 'Jatakas'."

The speakers were Prof. Hira Paul Gangnegi (Ex-HOD, Dept of Buddhist Studies, DU) and Prof. Hari Shankar Prasad (HOD, Dept of Philosophy, DU). The event was also graced by Late Dr. Vijay Nath's son-in-law Mr. Sai Srinivas.

The Principal Dr. Swati Pal stressed on the need to adopt Buddha's way of living and the relevance of it in present times.

Prof. Gangnegi introduced the students to the complex theme of ‘Reconstructing Buddha’. He began with explaining the etymological definition of ‘Buddha’ itself – i.e. wisdom. Prof. Gangnegi highlighted the need to address suffering which Buddha mentioned repeatedly and the essence of which has been captured in the ‘Tripitikas’. ‘Boddhi-chitta’ he stressed is the most important element to be kept in mind.

Prof. Hari Shankar Prasad weaved the philosophy of Buddha from funny anecdotes from his life. He stressed on Buddha’s philosophy which requires one to address the problem of cognition through knowledge ‘Vidyacaran’. Hence, by questioning everything – our existence is reduced to the ‘mind’ which should be combined with ‘compassion.’





TOURISM DAY CELEBRATIONS

The Department Of History celebrated TOURISM DAY on 13.10.17 in keeping with the spirit of PARIYATAN DIWAS which was celebrated this year by the Govt Of India. On this occasion the students represented 14 major states of India by displaying not only the cultural richness and heritage of these states, but also presented the delicious cuisines of these states to the honourable judges. The students representing the North-Eastern region, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh received the First, Second and Third Prizes respectively.





TATHASTU- THE HISTORY DEPARTMENT FESTIVAL

TATHASTU,the History Department's Maiden Festival was held on 27th and 28th October, 2017 which focussed primarily on academics and culture. The two-day Festival was inaugurated by the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi Govt., Mr Manish Sisodia, Chairperson, Dr Kusum Krishna and the Principal Dr Swati Pal.

The Inaugural Session began with a Panel Discussion on the theme- ' Imaging Gender in the matrix of Power, Love & Hate’. The distinguished panelists were Prof Vijaya Ramaswamy, Prof Kumkum Roy, Prof Anshu Malhotra, Dr Smita Sahgal and Dr Tara Sheemar.

The Inaugural session also featured the formal release of Dr Tara Sheemar’s book titled "Plunging the Ocean".

Day-1 also witnessed inter-college competitions in Quiz (Prelims) and Free-style dance. In the evening there was a Bharat-Natyam dance recital by the noted dancer, Dr Sneha Chakradhar.

Day-2 featured inter- college competitions like the Quiz Finals, Poster-Making, Treasure- Hunt, What-if and Photography competitions. All these competitions saw wide participation of students from different colleges of Delhi University and other educational institutions.The Photography Competition on the theme “Mood”was online and attracted more than 110 entries.

The grand finale to Tathastu on Day-2 saw scintillating Kathak performances by Guru Jaikishan Maharaj and his troupe.







1.  The History Association organised the screening of a film set in the Mayan period "Apocalypto" on 22nd September 2016, directed and produced by Mel Gibson. The movie potrays a clash between two cultures wherein the aboriginal indigenous inhabitants' of the territory were invaded by the city dwellers. It deals with a wide range of themes such as survival and cultural onslaught. This was a very well attended event and students enjoyed the movie.



2.  The First Year History (Hons) students were taken on an educational trip to National Museum on 1st Oct 2016. It helped them to interact and acquire practical knowledge about the themes related to their course such as Prehistory, Harappa, Mathura- Gandhara art traditions and Mughal miniature paintings.



3.  Historical excursion to the Qutb Complex and JamaliKamali Mosque was organized for the Second Year (Hons)students on 20th October 2016. The aim of the trip was to provide knowledge and realise the physical presence of 'Sultanate Architecture' - the architectural style of the Mamluks, the Khaljis and the Tughlaqs. The students visited the Qutbcomplex which included the QutbMinar, the Quwwatul-Islam Mosque, the Alai Darwaza, the Alai Minar and the Iron pillar. The JamaliKamali Mosque and Tomb was constructed in the memory of two Sufi saints.



4.  The Association organised the second series of Dr.Vijay Nath Memorial Lecture on 27th October 2016 in memory of one of our most esteemed and venerated colleagues, Dr Vijay Nath. The lecture was delivered by Prof VinaySrivastava on "Caste System". The lecture was very well attended and students enjoyed the inter-disciplinary approach of historical processes and the evolution of caste system in India.



5.  The Third Year History (Hons)students went for an educational trip to the PuranaQila,KhairulManazil, Humanyun's Tomb and the NizamuddinAuliyaDargah on 8th November 2016. The students enjoyed the Sufikawwali performance at the Dargah.



'Heritage' History Association organized a talk on 28th February 2017, titled, 'Feminist History: Issues and Objectives'. The lecture was delivered by Dr. Shalini Shah. The talk dealt with the position of women in Ancient India through a study of voices of resistance against patriarchy in Indian texts. The talk was well attended by students, faculty members and our principal.


TALK 'FEMINIST HISTORY: ISSUES AND OBJECTIVES'



On the 19th of January, The History Association - Heritage screened the movie Mammodirected by Shyam Benegal. Itis a riveting tale of one of the most painful episodes in the History of India. Mammo, the character,manages to paint a picture of the emotions estranged ones go through. Uprooted by partition, probably the greatest tragedy of our times, Mammo tries to get back to her roots. Mammo absolutely refuses to let any political boundary take away from her what makes her life worth living - her sister, her grandson and her city. The movie was an entertainer and was thoroughly enjoyed by students.


Movie screening Mammo



'Rise and Fall of Islamic Civilization' on 8th of February 2017

History Association 'Heritage' organized a talk on 8th February 2017, titled 'Rise and Fall of Islamic Civilization'. The lecture was delivered by Dr.KumkumSrivastava. The talk dealt with the various aspects related to expansion of Islamic civilization with reference to social, economic, political, cultural and religious factors. Dr.Srivastava also focused on the causes responsible for the fall of Islamic civilization. The speaker highlighted the internal dynamics, politics and corruption within the highly successful and glorified expansion of Islamic realm. The talk was very well attended by good number of students, faculty members and our honourable principal.

Talk on 'Rise and Fall of Islamic Civilization'

Talk on 'Rise and Fall of Islamic Civilization'