It’s Only Hope… Click here to read.
Shantanu Ray Chaudhari converses with writer Gajra Kottary, a well-known writer of Indian TV series, novels and stories. Click here to read.
A discussion on Samaresh Bose’s In Search of the Pitcher of Nectar, a book that takes us to the heart of the Kumbh Mela, a festival recognised by the UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage, with the translator, Nirmal Kanti Bhattacharjee. Click here to read.
Nazrul’s Why Provide Thorns has been translated by Professor Fakrul Alam. Click here to read.
Mercy, a story be P. F. Mathews, has been translated from Malayalam by Ram Anantharaman. Click here to read.
Even A Simurgh Cannot Change Destiny, a Balochi folktale translated and retold by Fazal Baloch. Click here to read.
Confessions, a poem written by and translated from Korean by Ihlwha Choi. Click here to read.
The Sun on the First Day, a translation of Tagore’s Prothom Diner Shurjo by Mitali Chakravarty. Click here to read.
Songs of Freedom: Vikalangta or Disability is an autobiographical narrative by Kajal, translated from Hindustani by Janees. These narrations highlight the ongoing struggle against debilitating rigid boundaries drawn by societal norms, with the support from organisations like Shaktishalini and Pandies. Click here to read.
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Jared Carter, Sukrita Paul Kumar, Rhys Hughes, Asad Latif, Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal, Santosh Bakaya, Phil Wood, Sharanya B, George Freek, Saibal Chatterjee, Jonathan Chan, Sutputra Radheye, Shambhu Nath Banerjee, Michael Burch
Poets, Poetry & Rhys Hughes
In Some Differences Between Wales and India, Rhys Hughes makes some hilarious comparisons. Click here to read.
Musings/ Slices from Life
Near-Life Experiences: Hiking in New Zealand
Keith Lyons escapes city life to find his happy place while hiking in New Zealand. Click here to read.
The Seven Grandfather Teachings
Saeed Ibrahim introduces us to Native Indian lore from Canada and shows its relevance in the current times. Click here to read.
Meredith Stephens takes us for a sailing adventure with photographs in the Southern Hemisphere. Click here to read.
Musings of a Copywriter
In Of Mice & Men, Devraj Singh Kalsi talks of his encounters with rats. Click here to read.
Notes from Japan
In A Clean Start, Suzanne Kamata tells us how the Japanese usher in a new year. Click here to read.
Lakshmi Kannan closes class divides in Chennai over a meal. Click here to read.
Tulip Chowdhury gives us a story set in a Bangladeshi village. Click here to read.
Sushma R Doshi takes a look at the pandemic against an Indian middle-class set up. Click here to read.
Devraj Singh Kalsi explores a strange new trend. Click here to read.
Orangutans & a School at Sarawak
Christina Yin, a conservationist, travels to Borneo in an attempt to create awareness for conserving the Orangutan. Click here to read.
Ravi Shankar explores Taiping in Malaysia with a camera and words. Click here to read.
Paul Mirabile explores James Joyce’s Stephen Dedalus and his passion for words keeping in mind the hundred year old Ulysees & the even older, A Portrait of the Artists as a Young Man. Click here to read.
An excerpt from Radha Chakravarty’s translation of Tagore’s Farewell Song. Click here to read.
An excerpt or two short narratives from Rhys Hughes’ Yule Do Nicley. Click here to read.
Somdatta Mandal reviews The Shaping of Modern Calcutta: The Lottery Committee Years, 1817 – 1830 by Ranabir Ray Chaudhury. Click here to read.
Rakhi Dalal reviews Freny Manecksha’s Flaming Forest, Wounded Valley: Stories from Bastar and Kashmir. Click here to read.
Basudhara Roy reviews Manoranjan Byapari’s How I Became a Writer: An Autobiography of a Dalit. Click here to read.
Bhaskar Parichha reviews In Search of the Divine: Living Histories of Sufism in India by Rana Safvi. Click here to read.
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