History Today is an official organ of the Indian History and Culture Society that is sincerely and single-mindedly devoted to history, historical archaeology, studies of manuscripts, education, literature, linguistics, etc.
The present volume, being a reprint of an earlier issue, contains ten articles written by eminent historians and art lovers. The subjects covered are: the Two-Nation Theory espoused by Maulana Azad; Hyderabad in 1857 and Salar Jung I; Women in Early Buddhist Texts; Transformation of Nature in Indian Art; Amir Khusrau: A Political and Social Thinker; Some Rare Manuscripts and Paintings of Rampur Raza Library; the Cult of Jagannath; Response of Adi Granth to Post-modern Challenges; Cuttack and Barabati Fort: Historical Perspective; and Structural Temple of Pallava Period at Mahabalipuram. The volume also carries Notes, News and New Source Material on the above topics.
The annual History Today journal has already published eight issues consecutively and has received high acclaim among historians, researchers and students.