“End of a 90 year-old affair in soft melancholy. Not a grand farewell to a place which has stood witness to grand spectacles,” writes Bishweshwar.
“Out of the South American auteurs I have read, including Marquez and Bolano, it is Vargas Llosa who strikes me as the most enduring,” writes Praveen Murali Palakkazhi.
Review, Analysis, and Close-Reading of Bob Perelman’s poem from Virtual Reality, ‘Chronic Meanings’, by Tuhin Bhowal.
“The book helps fans to relive the past, look back at an era where some great individuals came together to take Indian cricket forward,” writes Nayan Basu.
“A close analysis of the film tells you that the pace of the narrative is not dictated by the male, but the female lead,” writes Sanjay Gopinath.
“Small towns are the breeding ground of Indian men to produce more men. Daughters are dowry, menstruation, and questions of morality if they are violated before the nuptial night,” writes Bishweshwar.
“The fear and darkness of the regime slowly grows on you, but empathy and tenderness are never far behind,” writes Vidya Bhandarkar.