‘Inhabiting’, Basudhara Roy’s latest collection of poetry, reminds us that the purpose of poems extend beyond pleasure.
The 'Father May Be an Elephant and Mother Only a Small Basket, But…' explores the lives of the Madigas, categorised as Dalits in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
Rana Safvi and Sam Dalrymple explore monuments – including at least 100 Jain and Shaivite temples – that were built during the Mughal period.
Gorkhaland Diaries by Satyadeep S. Chhetri brings to attention a history not very well known to the rest of India.
Elon Musk says 'The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress' is one of his favourite books. That checks out: the novel is about a lunar colony that bravely cuts off resources …
Bitan Chakraborty’s novella 'Redundant', translated by Malati Mukherjee, seeks to find answers through the eyes of migrant workers.
Even as it encapsulates the disarray of a deeply distressing time, the spirit of Manash Firaq Bhattacharjee’s 'The Town Slowly Empties' is ultimately uplifting.