Popular Material

Sach

SACH

Jul 17 - Sept 17 | Issue-47

Cultural and religious Intolerance is a rising global concern and South Asia is no exception. It is the most serious and disturbing challenge today...


Read More

SACH

Apr 17 - Jun 17 | Issue-46

The South Asia is the second most violent region in the world. The cause of the violence primarily related to the culture. Trade Martin precisely delineates....


Read More

SACH

Oct 16 - Mar 17 | Issue-44-45

'Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high', these lines of Rabindranath Tagore, raises the question, what makes mind fearless...


Read More

SACH

May 16 - Jul 16 | Issue-43

These lines of Bulleh Shah are as relevant today as they were in his life time. Bulleh Shah, Baba Farid, Shah Abdul Latif Bhatai, Waris Shah...


Read More

SACH

Nov 15 - Apr 16 | Issue-41-42

There are different approaches to resolving conflict, to restore peace. Some focus on faith and look at the common threads therein...


Read More

SACH

Aug 15 - Oct 15 | Issue-40

In the present times, as in the past, protests and struggles have been most essential part of building-up a society. It is in the spirit of democracy the right to protest...


Read More

SACH

May 15 - Jul 15 | Issue-39

This issue of SACH brings to our focus the realities of the present times. We are witness to varied shades of culture. The culture of co-existence...


Read More

SACH

Feb 15 - Apr 15 | Issue-38

One of our biggest Composite Heritage is our leaders who had extraordinary courage to stand for their beliefs and values. Savitribai Phule is one among them...


Read More

SACH

Aug 14 - Jan 15 | Issue-36-37

My religion is truth, love and service to God and humanity. Every religion that has come into the world has brought the message of love and brotherhood...


Read More

SACH

May 14 - Jul 14 | Issue-35

This issue of SACH is dedicated to two great, powerful, beautiful women, Zohra Sehgal and Maya Angelou. They have left behind a legacy to follow and cherish...


Read More

SACH

Feb 14 - Apr 14 | Issue-34

The concept of control manifests itself in various ways. Through the idea of superiority. Superiority of religion. Superiority of region...


Read More

SACH

Nov 13 - Jan 14 | Issue-33

He used to call himself a phoenix. 'I rise from my own ashes', he would say. A fighter, a friend, a colleague, a mentor, a guide and so much more he was to so many people...


Read More

SACH

Aug 13 - Oct 13 | Issue-32

This issue of SACH focuses on the complex and delicate issue of terrorism and communalism and explores the inter-linkages and similarities between the Hindutva and Islamic fundamentalism...


Read More

SACH

May 13 - Jul 13 | Issue-31

In previous issues of SACH, poems focusing on feminism have featured. Along with Maya Angelou many other great poetess have been presented. Poems of Maya Angelou cut across the boundaries of time...


Read More

SACH

Feb 13 - Apr 13 | Issue-30

The Shahbagh movement has opened a new era in South Asian history of resistance against religious fundamentalism and their alliance with rightist forces historically...


Read More

SACH

Nov 12 - Jan 13 | Issue-29

This issue of SACH is being brought out at a time when newspaper headlines carry dozens of rape cases everyday. In such times naming such heinous...


Read More

SACH

Aug 12 - Oct 12 | Issue-28

Glittering mountains, singing fountains, humming drops of rains, field full of grains and the valley telling the stories of glorious civilization that was home of Swat...


Read More

SACH

May 12 - Jul 12 | Issue-27

Tikuli Tiku is a powerful signature in poetry and various other social issues. Her other areas of interests include travel, reading, networking, music, etc...


Read More

SACH

Feb 12 - Apr 12 | Issue-26

Waris Shah. The name itself is a symbol of Sufi mysticism, love and romance. This great Sufi poet lived during 16th century in Punjab...


Read More

SACH

Nov 11 - Jan 12 | Issue-25

Even before we entered the 10th year of Gujarat carnage, 'forget it and move on' became a common expression from various quarters...


Read More

SACH

Aug 11 - Oct 11 | Issue-24

Recent Libyan civil war is one of the biggest with enormous support and participation of masses in recent memory. Finally the dictator who ruled the country...


Read More

SACH

May 11 - Jul 11 | Issue-23

In the previous issue of SACH we presented poems from Afghanistan. The poems reflected the agony and pain of the land and its people are faced with...


Read More

SACH

Feb 11 - Apr 11 | Issue-22

It seems like eternity since Afghanistan became synonym to conflict. Not a day passes when we do not hear of bombs, bullets and blood...


Read More

SACH

Aug 10 - Jan 11 | Issue-20-21

The 2011 is birth centenary of many legendary poets of South Asia who are our Composite Heritage as well. Faiz Ahamd Faiz, Baba Nagarjuna, Majaz Lucknavi...


Read More

SACH

May 10 - Jul 10 | Issue-19

While we speak of gender issues, the first thing that flashes in mind is vulnerability of women and thereby the need of emancipation of women...


Read More

SACH

Nov 09 - Apr 10 | Issue-17-18

Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan was the greatest son of Afghanistan. His popularity in the whole region has remained unmatched. The great pakhtun leader was a symbol...


Read More

SACH

May 09 - Oct 09 | Issue-15-16

Journey of SACH began in 2005. As an effort to bring on a common platform cultural heritage that connects us. An effort to remind each other of the cultural treasure...


Read More

SACH

Nov 08 - Apr 09 | Issue-14

In the present issue, we are reproducing two poems which were published by Asian Human Rights Commission earlier. These poems refer to situation...


Read More

SACH

Aug 08 - Oct 08 | Issue-13

In the previous issues of SACH we have published several poems of poets from subcontinent but we have largely confined ourselves to Hindi, Urdu and Bangla...


Read More

SACH

May 08 - Jul 08 | Issue-12

In the previous issue we presented poems from Faiz Ahmed Faiz who knew no national boundaries and has always been admired all over South Asia...


Read More

SACH

Aug 07 - Apr 08 | Issue-9-10-11

In the last issue of SACH we produced English translation of Bidrohi by one of the greatest Bangla poet Kazi Nazrul Islam. This time we are presenting poems of another...


Read More

SACH

Dec 06 - Jul 07 | Issue-7-8

The rebel poet and freedom fighter Qazi Nazrul Islam is the national poet of Bangladesh. But his works represent the whole sub-continent as freedom struggle...


Read More

SACH

Jun 06 - Nov 06 | Issue-5-6

You who will come to the surface From the flood that's overwhelmed us and drowned us all Must think, when you speak of our weakness in times of darkness...


Read More

SACH

Mar 06 - May 06 | Issue-4

'It was best of times, it was worst of times, it was epoch of belief, it was epoch of incredulity, it was season of light, it was season of Darkness, it was spring of hope...


Read More

SACH

Sept 05 - Nov 05 | Issue-2

The second issue of SACH coincides with the Peach in South Asia consultation at Dhaka, Bangladesh. The consultation is being held at the backdrop of Serial bomb blast...


Read More

SACH

Jun 05 - Sept 05 | Issue-1

South Asia Composite Heritage is a way of life for the whole region. It is composite because it belongs to everyone living in the region. There is a sense of ownership...


Read More

QUICK LINK

Contact Us

INSTITUTE for SOCIAL DEMOCRACY
Flat No. 110, Numberdar House,
62-A, Laxmi Market, Munirka,
New Delhi-110067
Phone : 091-11-26177904
Telefax : 091-11-26177904
E-mail : notowar.isd@gmail.com

How to Reach

Indira Gandhi International Airport - 14 Km.
Domestic Airport - 7 Km.
New Delhi Railway Station - 15 Km.
Old Delhi Railway Station - 20 Km.
Hazarat Nizamuddin Railway Station - 15 Km.
Radio Taxi Numbers : 44333222 (Delhi Cab) 43434343 (Easy Cab)