A poem about the rise of Hindutva politics – and the ways we can resist its onset.
In the following series of paintings I have tried to reflect the current political scenario of India.
Young people raised their voices in the streets and online – but a government crackdown seeks to silence them.
Ravish Kumar thinks 'Rambha Ho Ho Ho' should be 'the nationalist song'. So I set Modi's actions to it.
The Trump administration's mercurial behaviour implies that this dialogue won't result in any policy solutions.
This satirical poem takes on our society's silence.
Dead babies, stranded people, injured soldiers – why is sensationalism the only way to elicit sympathy or interest from us?