Saudiptendu Ray is a Research Associate at the Vivekananda International Foundation, New Delhi. He has completed his Master's in Modern Indian History from the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Delhi. He graduated with a degree in History from Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi. He also has a Master’s in Museology from the National Museum Institute, New Delhi. He has worked with museums of national repute for close to seven years. At the Partition Museum, he documented the oral histories of more than a hundred partition survivors. He has worked on the Prime Minister’s Museum Project at NMML. At the National Museum, he has done extensive research on the evolution of firearms technology in the Indian subcontinent based on the collection of the museum. Additionally, his areas of interest are oral history, script writing and Indian military history.

Contributions 
Voices from Jallianwala Bagh The Jallianwala Bagh massacre on April 13, 1919, in Amritsar, Punjab, was a watershed moment between the era of moderate politics at the national level and the emergence of mass nationalist movements against British imperialism in India. On this day,...

Looking Back at General Zorawar Singh and his Campaigns: An Assessment Zorawar Singh was a prominent military commander and statesman in the army of Maharaja Gulab Singh of Jammu and Kashmir. He played a pivotal role in defining the modern political boundaries of the Union Territories of Ladakh and Jammu and Kashmir. Zo...

Event Reports 
Interaction with the Visiting Armenian Delegation On February 21, the Vivekananda International Foundation (VIF) organised an interaction with the visiting Armenian delegation about the developments in the Eurasia region. Lt. General R. K. Sawhney delivered the opening remarks, highlighting the clos...

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