A personal reflection on how food and love are dialects of the same tongue.
Requiem For a Lost Home: The Statesman House in Kolkata
As the iconic Statesman House in Kolkata gets turned into a mall, a veteran journalist remembers his journey through those walls.
Dowry in Kerala: ‘Congratulations on the Wedding! Which Car Are You Getting?’
The higher the groom's financial and social standing, the better the car he is expected to receive.
A Return to Goa
I combat the heat that buffets me as soon as the train enters the Konkan coast and floats past me as a phantom would.
No Way Home
A poem on how Ss many of us end up so far from home – both in a geographical and metaphorical sense.
The Moral Quandary of Home
It is funny how home changes and alters, how it forgets us when we leave but remembers us the moment we step back in.
I’ve Turned Twenty Today
A poem on the poet coming to terms with her age as she leaps from her teenage years to 'adulthood'.
Exploring the enigma that is winters in Mumbai.