An essay on the first stirrings of my affair with the desert.
Tag: valentines day
A poem on love and its often ignored connection with revolutions.
Squalor in My Heart
'This wasn’t love, I say'.
The Curious Case of Lonely Celebrations
We never really learnt or adapted to actually be alone with nothing but ourselves – to pause, to think, to wander and wonder.
An Economist’s Take on Valentine’s Day
What drives the incessant spending on flowers, candies and other presents? The answer lies in the concept of signalling in economics.
How to Write a Love Poem
When it comes to writing your own verse, remember, it’s the thought that counts.
There’s Something Wrong in the Way We Love
Prejudices on caste, class, religion and gender impact how we choose our partners.
Protesting Hindu College’s ‘Virgin Tree Puja’ is Becoming an Annual Tradition Itself
Pinjra Tod members managed to disrupt this year's worshipping but the men resorted to playing 'holi' instead.
Young Adults Have Every Right to Celebrate Love, Let Them: Jignesh Mevani
'Our youngsters are at liberty – and constitutionally protected – to do whatever they want as long as they are not in conflict with the law of the land'.