An assortment of Sourav Roy’s photography capturing the ancient city, where the nurturing river and its people never sleep.
Ashna Abi compares Virginia Woolf’s ‘A Room of One’s Own’ (1929) with Shilpa Phadke’s Why Loiter? (2014).
Bishweshwar reviews Aditya Vikram Sengupta’s Asha Jaoar Majhe.
Sunita Singh’s extensive essay on contemporary South African artist William Kentridge.
Arun Bhatia’s essay on Bengaluru’s iconic Sri Banashankari bus.
Snapshots and poetry from 100 Thousand Poets For Change, Bengaluru edition.
தமிழிலக்கிய சூழலில் பல காலமாக ஒலித்த குரல்.
“Standing near the shore/ I find/ sea is a prehistoric animal”
“Her absence will be deeply felt by all of us,” writes Trisha De Niyogi.
“Do not wait until you’re black inside”