'The Well-Earned', a collection of poetry edited by Kiriti Sengupta, is a kaleidoscope of intellectual exercise that bears the burden of history.
Here’s a winning formula / To make the Rashtra stronger: / Lengthen the long arm of the law, / And let its nose be longer.
'This land which freed us from the colonisers is yet again trapped under the boots of a state that has failed our constitution.'
Whenever the word nationalism is brought up in conversation, the first person whose reaction is scrutinised is a Muslim.
The song, produced by Supari Studios for Netflix, involves elements of nostalgia, ancient literature and one's native language.
In her book 'The Anger of Saintly Men', Anubha Yadav painstakingly etches the ways in which masculinity is moulded, reinforced, and applauded in our society.
Hours after my family and I cheered PM Modi as he railed against Pakistan while addressing the diaspora in Abu Dhabi in 2015, I witnessed borders melt away in …
Despite being an exhaustive and immersive read, the book falls short of being a real game-changer.
My nation has always been much more than the political party on its throne. And so has my nationalism.
The neem tree in my ancestral home's courtyard is more proof of my nationalism than any citizenship documents will ever be.