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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. 

   

Talks Sarmaya

Sarmaya Arts Foundation is excited to host its series, Sarmaya Talks at the Durbar Hall, The Asiatic Society of Mumbai on Friday, 17th November 2023 from 6 pm onwards.
Sarmaya Talks is a space for conversations where we invite scholars, authors, and experts to speak on a topic of their choice, introducing our audience to a wide range of subjects from art, culture, and history. We have hosted a diverse range of speakers including Ira Mukhoty, Rudrangshu Mukherjee, Rana Safvi, Girish Shahane, Madhavi Menon, Bijoy Jain, V Sriram, Manu Pillai, Devdutt Pattanaik and Javed Akhtar.

Our sessions for the evening are:
The Great War: Literary Responses in Prose and Poetry to the First World War by Rakhshanda Jalil
From Tokyo to Netaji's Rani of Jhansi Regiment: The Incredible
Diary of Lt. Bharati 'Asha' Sahay by Tanvi Srivastava

17th November 2023
6 pm onwards. Durbar Hall, The Asiatic Society of Mumbai

About the Speakers:
Dr. Rakhshanda Jalil is a multi-award-winning translator, writer, and literary historian. She has published over 25 books and written over 50 academic papers and essays. Some of her books include Liking Progress, Loving Change: A Literary History of the Progressive Writers Movement in Urdu, Krishan Chandar's Partition novel, Ghaddar, and many others. She runs an organization called Hindustani Awaaz, devoted to the popularization of Hindi-Urdu literature and culture.

Tanvi Srivastava is the translator of The War Diary of Asha-san written by Lt Bharati ‘Asha’ Sahay Choudhry of the Rani of Jhansi Regiment. She is the author's granddaughter-in-law. The book has been longlisted for the Atta Galatta Bangalore Literature Festival Book Prize 2022. Tanvi also writes fiction and has been published in journals like Asymptote, Kitaab, and Gulmohar Quarterly.

The event is free for all with limited seating. To register, please click here. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfKIjqWyMFWGEW9zy_6B0LOkjSDWW_C-OJ0_f-6j_6yMBrVuQ/viewform

   

   

   

   

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