Newspapers are a crucial part of our everyday lives. They cut across class, caste, gender and are available to all at meagre prices.
They form an integral part of the daily routine, providing information regarding the events happening in and around the country and outside the country. They generate a feeling of solidarity amongst people who have never even met each other.
With technology advancing every second, news and print media have become more mechanised than ever. However, within this fast paced mechanisation of media, lies an old gem which has managed to retain its identity: The Musalman.
The Musalman is the world’s only handwritten newspaper that survives, even today.
Here’s taking a look at the history of The Musalman:
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