*Appears in Sahitya Akademi’s anthology on contemporary Indian poetry, titled 21st Century Indian Poetry in English (Jan: Feb 2017, Edited by AJ Thomas)
I have attempted to chart how an endearing poem is personalized, by writing one.
A Wellness Therapist’s humble attempt to bring to light, a few stories that, he strongly feels, need to be heard.
My reflections after watching a very intensely moving documentary on surrogacy, Wombs for Rent
‘A mother’s love often fashions a kind of eternity’ – Requiem for a Son, Kamala Das Tonight, I met the loneliest woman on earth, crossing the slow moving […]
My Delhi’s Call to Dusk You? Is that you, there? A menagerie of dazzling, lifeless stones! Are these your limbs, now? Wearing paan-spits and conniving beggars over footpaths puddled by […]
I had recently visited Delhi. The occasion happened to be the the annual magnum opus of the Bengalis: Durga Puja. It is one time when the Bengali community erupts into […]
*The following is a paper I had written for the Maritime History Society Seminar held at Kerala recently.* Introduction History is the point where the power of reconstruction meets […]
I had stumbled upon a few works of Tyeb Mehta last fall in Mumbai. It was a while before the awe-inspiring vision of the artist settled in my mind. To […]
forgotten tales from pre-nirbhaya But she found man resolved to go, So she went out with him, deathwards tending; And yet God she’d scarcely got to know.1 † † † […]