On World Press Freedom Day, an artist’s tribute to all who are fighting for the truth.
'And in her cherishing, she defies the bounds of earthy existence.'
No Country for My Nationalism
If you look back at your school life, college life, street life, and community life, perhaps you’d find a story similar to mine from a time when nationalism flowed …
A sequel to the poet's previously published work 'This is Life', which culminates a painful part of his healing journey.
The Eyes on My Street
It's funny that what Foucault stated about a prison and how people’s gaze can visually control another person seems so relevant to my neighbourhood.
In the Battle To Be Independent, I Lost to Myself
'Somehow, I wanted to prove to my parents that I could be on my own and that I don’t need anyone’s help. But in the process, I forgot to …
‘Call Me By Your Name’ And Dowry: A Summer Spent Spiralling
After breaking off my engagement, how a persistent Netflix recommendation offered some respite.
India Wasn’t ‘Azaad’
India has truly been 'azaad' from empathy and solidarity since 2014.
Emerging From the Cocoon
A poem on how society expects women to play small in order to be more 'desirable'.
For Speaking an Unpleasant Truth, Will Amitabh Bachchan Now Be Called an Enemy of the People?
Even though a person of Bachchan's stature flagged the issues of 'civil liberty' and 'freedom', his words went completely unheard.