When the novel about an Indian man's spiritual journey was first published, it barely created a ripple. Decades later, it inspired millions to embark on a voyage of self-discovery.
In an interview, the South African novelist speaks about his Booker Prize-winning novel 'The Promise' and how it reflects race and history in his country.
Canadian author and artist Vivek Shraya talks about coming out as a trans woman and why there are no straight answers to the Queer question.
When she read about a 'tailoring studio' in Auschwitz, historian Lucy Adlington set out to find more about the death camp inmates employed as dressmakers.
On her ascent to Afghan pop stardom, her stint in Afghanistan as a television talk show host and her heartbreak amid recent events in her country of origin.
Particularly threatened by the Taliban, some artists are trying to destroy all proof of their work. Others are creating last pieces as a form of resistance.
In an open letter, acclaimed director Sahraa Karimi has written of the brutal impact of the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan on women, girls and artists.
'The White Tiger' has topped Netflix charts and garnered critical acclaim outside India, but does it merely replicate existing cliches?