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The Doon Mozaic, Volume 3 is handcrafted with the original essays and columns focused on the literary works and the mythologies of the native Uttarakhand. The works compiles the works of Kumaon and Garhwal in a broad perspective. Our team of columnist have made every possible effort to make this issue both concise and knowledgeable. The Volume 3 was focused on making a coverage on the big picture about the architecture of Uttarakhand in perspective of its mythologies and the cultural aspects of the region and its effect in the world.
Unlike in last two volumes of the journal, we have tried our best to make this a guide to the cultural aspects of Uttarakhand. One can start reading about ancient Katyuri Kings and end up knowing about the brave women participation in Uttarakhand Andolan.
My aspirations from this issue is not only from its geniuses of the data collection and research but also from the quality the essays are woven around a themed topic. Though, this volume was planned to be released in February but, Uncertainties of time forced us to make this possible in April 2018.
With a rich cultural, political and geographic background, Dehradun has always been the heart of Uttarakhand. The Doon valley has gone through a lot, and with a drastic increase in the corporate sector, Dehradun's population has been on a constant upsurge. The immigrant or newly settled people are unaware of the greatness of the city, it's literary, architectural, political and cultural significance. With this journal, we aim to bring about a change in the way people view Dehradun. We aim to contrast between the past and the present and give a glimpse of the city's future.
The transparency of this journal is a result of The Doon Mozaic's primary motive, to structure and pen down the history of the wonder that is Dehradun.