A poem on how how powerful players muzzle people with knowledge and the power of reason while letting ignorance and a herd mentality thrive.
Part observation and part rumination, a poem on religion, rationality, empathy and hypocrisy.
Over the past few weeks, she has asked me about life, death, god, online classes vs. classroom teaching, meat dishes vs. vegetarian dishes, among other things.
A poem on the Muslim experience of living in present-day India.
The series has won accolades for its honest and matter-of-fact portrayal of a practising Muslim.
'Sometimes I think I'm living a nightmare – how easy it is to kill, but so tough to care?'
These cults, from time immemorial, have deceived people and they continue to do so in the name of salvation and attainment of eternal peace.
To preserve the best tenets of his own faith and the immense diversity of his tradition, a Hindu today must adopt Gandhiji’s brand of all-inclusive and liberal Hinduism or …
"My religion doesn’t fit your colour scheme."