This goes out to all those who have felt unheard – there is a choice. There is a choice of neglecting those who bring you down.
Students are asserting their right to education by protesting against curfews, exorbitant fee hikes and discriminatory university rules all over the country.
Alumni who signed a letter critiquing Symbiosis' handling of a sexual harassment case are allegedly being denied recommendations because they spoke out against the university.
An uncomfortable, rousing piece of spoken word poetry for our fraught political moment.
A poem about the rise of Hindutva politics – and the ways we can resist its onset.
In the following series of paintings I have tried to reflect the current political scenario of India.
Ravish Kumar thinks 'Rambha Ho Ho Ho' should be 'the nationalist song'. So I set Modi's actions to it.
This satirical poem takes on our society's silence.
In the current climate, there needs to be a more aggressive pushback from the humanitarian, creative community.
Whether we are online or at an art exhibition, one can never tell who the nationalists are, or when they might reveal themselves.