Dhamaal music and dance reveals a rich and complex mixing of cultures that is shaped by history.
The Ball Is In Your Court!
On Constitution Day, a poem on going back to the Preamble.
How a Cross-Border Workshop With Over 60 Indian, Pakistani Journalists in Nepal Broke Barriers
Journalists at the week-long workshop discussed issues around cross-border stories and how the relations – or lack thereof – and climate changes affect these areas.
Uprooted by the Partition: Witnessing the Chaos Before and After
Despite living in several cities across India over the past 50 years and thinking of myself as more Indian than English, I cannot look upon August 15 as Independence …
Letter to a Freedom Fighter
'Please know that your life continues to inspire those who believe in the idea of genuine azadi.'
Salman Rushdie and the Story of India
‘Midnight’s Children,’ a chronicle of a stabbing foretold.
Poem about the uncertainty of what happens when we leave the sheltered walls of our schools, an uncertainty constantly aggravated by the current state of the country.
Is India Really a Democracy? The Answer, My Friend, Is Blowing in the Wind: Nayantara Sahgal
The author's lament about the attacks on individual rights and freedoms in present-day India.