Bhaswar Faisal Khan is a postgraduate student of English at University of Delhi. He was a research fellow for the e-Heritage project of Digital Empowerment Foundation, where he was involved in recording and documenting oral histories of different areas in Shahjahanabad. He has worked in different projects at the Center for Academic Translation and Archiving at Delhi University. He is interested in working on religious cults and syncretic traditions of South Asia. Titas Bose is a postgraduate student of English at University of Delhi. She was a research intern at Banglanatak dot com, an organization working in the field of social communication for empowerment of rural communities and protection of intangible heritage. She has worked on papers that explore the emergence of fused and innovative folk expressions in South and East Asia, due to prolific socio-religious intermingling. She is also interested in working on the eighteenth and nineteenth century constructs of the Indian nation.