Rape survivors who turn to the judiciary for help are often left stranded in legalities for years. This poem tries to put feelings into these nameless, faceless case files.
We can't expect radical societal change until we use our democratic right to vote and starting electing clean politicians without criminal pasts.
The BJP's actions in Karnataka reek of corruption and disrespect for the constitution, so why aren't its loyal, supposedly nationalist supporters questioning these actions?
This poem explores the emotional and societal aspects of abusive relationships.
While it seems like this is a poem about owls, it also deals with the multiplicity of identities and being blind to the things right in front of you.
Museums are never apolitical spaces, and by not engaging in the politics of their pieces they stand to uphold unequal dominant narratives.
There’s a parasitic relationship between Ashoka’s privileged students and Asawarpur’s workers – everyone inside the campus is complicit in the social relations produced outside it.