“I’ve waited 50 years to tell my story,” Parkashwanti said, “so please be patient.”
Playwright Anupama Chandrasekhar has attempted to touch upon a tragic episode in modern India — a story of division and hatred that has its roots in colonialism.
An extract from Manash Firaq Bhattacharjee's book 'Nehru and the Spirit of India'.
The essay touches upon the themes of severed familial ties and how food remains a conduit through which those relations heal somehow – sometimes even posthumously.
A poem on the Partition and how it affected the families caught in its fallout for decades.
The author draws inspiration from bell hooks' work 'all about love' to talk of how love is a more expansive notion than just the popular references of falling in …
Edited by Mitra Phukan, 'The Greatest Assamese Stories Ever Told' is a collection of 25 translated stories that are richly diverse and beautifully translated.
"It wasn’t a loss to my or someone else’s family. It was a loss to humanity."