ज्ञानं शीलं धर्मश्चैव भूषणं - The Real Ornaments are Knowledge, Modesty and Sense of Duty.”
Accredited with Grade 'A' by NAAC

Name: Dharohar

Official e-mail id – dharohar.kalindi@gmail.com

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

Kalindi College

ACTIVITIES

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION

Kalindi College celebrated 70th‘Independence Day’ on 14-08-2017 in the college premises. The occasion was graced by Dr. Ichacharan Dwivedi and Dr. Ravi Bhushan Bajpai (Retired Professor from ITM University, presently North Cap University) and were given a guard of honour by the NCC students of our college. The program started with the unfurling of the tricolor followed the singing of the national anthem by the students from the departmentof music. Dr. AnulaMaurya welcomed the guests by presenting them a shawl and the senior faculty welcomed the guests by giving them planters. The principal in her welcome address asked the students to live upto the expectations of those who laid down their lives so that India could achieve its Independence. The guest too spoke as to how with great difficulty we have gained our Independence, emphasis was also laid on to keep our culture and traditions alive and carry forward the message of unity.

 

 

Rashtrapati Bhawan Trip

The History department also organized a trip to Rashtrapati Bhawan museum so that the students of archaeology are able to spend a day in close proximity of the artifacts of modern Indian history. On September 26, 2017, at 9; am, approximately 100 students from, history (Hons) 1st semester and B.A (Prog) 3rd and 5th semesters were taken to the museum. They were accompanied by four faculty members, Dr. Anjali Malik, Dr. Krishna Kumari, Dr. Om Prakash and Ms. Adity Chowdhury. The purpose behind organizing this trip was to educate the young students of archaeology to be able to resurrect the past with artefactual evidences at their disposal. 

 

Seminar on Buddhist Art

 

‘Dharohar,’ the history society, organized a rendezvous with the new students on 22nd August 2017. Ms. Gopika Bhandari, Assistant Professor in Vivekananda College, Delhi University, delivered a lecture on “some facets of Buddhist art’ on this occasion. She explained to the students as to how Art is used as a visual medium to educate the ordinary followers in their chosen religion. She examined various aspects of art such as the mudras of Buddha’s images, the images of Bodhisattvas, the scaling of figures and the significance of images and scenes that are otherwise missing in the narrative of the Mathura art.