I had the unique privilege of being invited to the Rajagiri College of Management and Applied Sciences to be part of their annual festival of the English department, Lingua Franca. […]
A book that attempts to put things in the proper perspective.
My book this weekend was Orhan Pamuk’s The Red Haired Woman. Tempted by its jacket cover, which informed me of ‘the tension between fathers and sons’, and which had in […]
I recently finished Khaled Hosseini’s third book, And the Mountains Echoed, and these are my thoughts on the book. The one word that sums up the overall mood, motif and […]
*Shortlisted for the 2016 All India Poetry Prize
Rose Tremain’s The Gustav Sonata was the first book I finished on my new Kindle. It is a haunting tale of loving, un-loving and losing and thereafter finding ourselves […]
This December, my darling sister gifted me a Kindle Paperwhite. Even though I was initially skeptical about how well I’d be able to put such a thoughtful and expensive gift […]