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Release of ASM Journal Volume 91

We are happy to share with you that on 25th November 2023, on the occasion of the Foundation Day of the Asiatic, the Society has released Volume 91 of the ASM Journal. It has come to the Society's notice that some unscrupulous elements are collecting money for publishing papers in the Society's Journal and offering bogus certificates. The Asiatic Society does not collect money for publishing in its journal, nor does it guarantee publication, and neither does it issue any certificate. Authors must verify with the Society before submitting any papers, and papers will be published only after rigorous peer review and editing. The Society does not take responsibility for any payments made to third parties claiming to represent the Society, or for their papers appearing in a cloned/spam journal. Ours is a print-only journal. 


AVID Learnings, Gateway House and The Mumbai Research Centre, The Asiatic Society of Mumbai present “UNCOVERNING URBAN LEGACIES Tracing the Sindhi & Parsi Heritage of Bombay”

Date and Time: Tuesday, 17th January 2023, Session: 6.30 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.
6.00 p.m. – 6.30 p.m. Registration

Venue: Durbar Hall, The Asiatic Society of Mumbai Town Hall, Shahid Bhagat Singh Road,Fort, Mumbai – 400001

Speakers: Saaz Aggarwal, Biographer and Oral Historian, Dinyar Patel, Asst. Professor of History, S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research, Sifra Lentin, Author & Bombay History, Fellow at Gateway House

Mumbai’s diverse urban fabric is built on the cultures and lifestyles of communities that call it their home. The communal diversity can be traced back to the 17th century which saw a flock of traders and merchants landing on the shores.

In the sixth edition of Uncovering Urban Legacies, our eminent speakers will explore the rich heritage of the Sindh and Parsi communities to understand their indelible legacy on the city and its surroundings. They will traverse through Bombay’s historical, geographical, and socio-cultural influences while illuminating the lesser-known ones, pivotally shaping the city.
Come and be a part of this fascinating journey to discover and re-discover the stories of not one but two communities that embraced and enriched Bombay.

- Prof. Mangala Sirdeshpande, Asiatic Society of Mumbai
- Dr. Shehernaz Nalwalla, Mumbai Research Centre





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