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In the Trblinka death camp during the Nazi era, new arrivals who were about to be gassed to death were presented with a deceptive scene. A ten-piece orchestra played jazz and Jewish folk tunes while the arrivals were marching into the gas chambers only to die. Shloyme Klezmer stood by the entrance of the gate and played with the orchestra as the bodies were being gassed. He saw his own son being led in and pulled him out of the line, threw the instrument and marched with his only child into the gas chamber. Brothers and sisters , on September

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A Bansky graffiti in Lal Chowk, Srinagar, by Kashmir’s underground graffiti artists’ group, El Horiah. By Naveed Qazi, Columnist | Srinagar, Kashmir [G]raffiti’s are colourful products of creativity, stenciled and sprayed on walls. This inscribed artistry showcases the ruminations of injustice in various forms. It fathoms art into reality, by agitations caused within a creative mind. In Kashmir, we encounter slogans written on walls and archaic stones through coal and paint. ‘We Want Freedom’, ‘I Protest’ or ‘Azaadi’ have been reminders of enslavement in different forms, as a means to protest against the occupation. However, it cannot be called as

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Picasso’s Guernica By Fahad Shah Pablo Picasso is not alive but his work tells us stories of his time. His art, displayed in almost every gallery of the world, uniquely depicts human relations, social dissent and sufferings. He gave the world a monumental art work which was created against the bombing of Guernica, Basque Country, by German and Italian warplanes on 26 April 1937, during the Spanish Civil War. The Spanish Republican government had commissioned him to create a large painting for the Paris International Exposition at the 1937 World’s Fair in Paris. It was one of his best, titled

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