All because Patriarchy 101 teaches men that they have the right to dictate what a woman does with her body.
This song is just me connecting all the different parts of me and trying to pull my worlds closer together.
You have to read books to read cities, to read times, to read emotions, to read love, to read struggles. There is no other way.
In the liminal spaces between the two withins, bodies talk, through touch, speech, taste and sight.
V.D. Savarkar, an atheist, was not interested in Hinduism. His only aim was to consolidate political power under the veil of religion.
There are barely any scholarships for tuition, and none for accommodation. So how are students from the margins expected to survive in one of India's most expensive cities?
This poem is about every girl who has been forced to bow to rigid ideas of beauty.