Home

Sita shies away from
Hanuman, Mughal miniature 16th century BCE || The David Collection, Copenhagen (68/1998) | Photographer: Pernille Klemp




How the Body Remembers


Memories of love are physical. It is our skin, writes Arshia Sattar, that recalls what it was to be touched, our hands that recall what it was to touch, and so we revive the corporeality of lost lovers


Essays »

How the Body Remembers

How the Body Remembers

October 20, 2017, No Comments on How the Body Remembers

Memories of love are physical. It is our skin, writes Arshia Sattar,...

The Lottery

October 3, 2017, 1 Comment on The Lottery

Art & Culture »

Postcard from Tokyo

Postcard from Tokyo

October 15, 2017, 1 Comment on Postcard from Tokyo

A profound stillness underpins the world capital of frenzied materialism...

Features »

The Poor and the Baffled

The Poor and the Baffled

September 16, 2017, No Comments on The Poor and the Baffled

Nityan Unnikrishnan continues to be baffled about the state of the nation...

The Good Snob

September 11, 2017, 1 Comment on The Good Snob

Nowhere Man

September 11, 2017, No Comments on Nowhere Man

Society »

Hearth of Darkness

Hearth of Darkness

September 16, 2017, No Comments on Hearth of Darkness

What does the end of time look like? Ronny Sen’s photographs take...

Fiction & Poetry »

Remedies

Remedies

October 3, 2017, No Comments on Remedies

Remedies, a short story by Manohar Shetty

Boat Building

September 17, 2017, 1 Comment on Boat Building

Photo Essays »

Love in Bombay

Love in Bombay

June 26, 2017, No Comments on Love in Bombay

With few public spaces—and considerable public reproachfulness—Bombay is an unlikely haven for...