Shruti Ghosh explores why Mithun Chakrabarty has become a part of everyday life of the Kazakh people.
Tag: December 2019
My madness is mine alone
Amit Shankar Saha reviews Meera Nair’s collection of poems, En Body.
The photographer who chased light in shadows
Bishweshwar reviews Prabuddha Dasgupta Retrospective at NGMA, Bengaluru.
“I sank a marriage of stone and water”: Four poems by Sophia Naz
“No one sleeps now on the roof / Where moonlight once cured a rose”
An ode to the strongest women characters in popular literature
An essay by Moinak Dutta.
Partition : A story by Swyam Prakash
Translated from Hindi by Barnali Saha.
The conspiracy of free men
Sucharita Dutta-Asane reviews Land Lust, collection of stories by Joginder Paul, translated from Urdu.
“Apples Rot in Kashmir”: Three poems by Priyanka Sacheti
“Will the apple trees still prepare for spring / even though an endless winter beckons?”
In Pictures : Broken Spirits – An Art Project on Depression
An assortment of photographs by Vritti Kotian and Abijith Pradeep depicting depression.
“You will wish you were forgotten”: Three poems by Laura Sheahen
“Grammarians will explain / What divides fewer from less.”