In this episode, we go into the vault and revisit two of our favorite stories from the series. First, we get to know the 1947 Archive, a fantastic organization dedicated to preserving first-person stories from India's Partition. What's surprising is how their history project attracts such a large number of young men and women. Then, we see how classical and contemporary art converge is in Madhubani and Gond art - two heritage art forms that endure today. We meet the artists behind these centuries-old styles, and learn about how they're reimagining their work for a 21st century audience. Also on the show, a word from Mojarto on artist Priyendra Shukla, and The Loft gallery in Mumbai.