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Shylashri Shankar

All the flowers and creepers between history and memory

Babur’s Soul

The Mughal emperor not only established an extraordinary dynasty and set the tone for their future political, economic, aesthetic and humanistic triumphs, he also produced one of the most fascinating autobiographies ever written to record exactly how he did it

Hands in the Mud

When planting a thought is space-time medicine

Garden Variety Crimes

Reading Agatha Christie and other gardening pleasures

Notes from the Winter Garden

Plants, like people, can have hybrid personalities too

The Fragrance of Nature

How to create the spirit of a Monet in your garden

The Living Democracy

As more and more urban dwellers gravitate towards plants, what does it say about how we experience our spaces?

The Sun’s Flowers

In summer the whole effort in a garden is geared towards saving the plants

The Tree of Life

What that flower bed by the front door can do to your life

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