Author Arya Sethi

Arya is the Founder-editor of PublicTunes Media and the Chief Editor of Insaniyat Magazine. PublicTunes Media is an open resource for the history, arts, and culture of India, and also the network which produces Insaniyat Magazine. Arya has had a long stint in the field of Arts and Humanities, as he has served as an Art Director for various international festivals. Arya specializes in the history and culture of Delhi, and that is reflected in his work which follows a line of the eccentric Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb Culture. Arya has also transcended into different fields by venturing into travel writing, as his first travel-based account about a journey across India in only 540Rs, is all set to release later this year. A unique aspect of Arya is that he carves his work through oral accounts and stories of people living on the edge, while taking influence from the environment and a socio-cultural atmosphere which also inspires him to explore new themes and auras of history. History, heritage, art, people, culture, food, music, and travel is what Arya feeds on for his curiosity as a history buff.


123 people kill themselves every day in the United States alone. In the past year, we saw two very rich, famous and successful people kill themselves. Anthony Bourdain one of the greatest chefs and Kate spade, a famous designer gave up on life. Let this unfold in stages, doesn’t being famous make you less lonely,


The Congress has had a long history in the Indian subcontinent. It started with the first president of the Congress party, Mr. Womishchandra Banerjee. For the first 30 years of the Congress party, the biggest bulls in Indian politics became the party presidents of the Congress, Dadabhai Naroiji who was a Parsi Intellectual, cotton trader,

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