Magazine: Volume 1, Issue 4

The Problem With Reunions

The Problem With Reunions

Prajwal Parajuly 0

An excerpt from Prajwal Parajuly's Land Where I Flee

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The Fifth Estate

The Fifth Estate

Mustansir Dalvi 0

As Mumbai's developers encroach on every inch of city space, its people are forced into trading their homes as commodity

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A Personal Odyssey

A Personal Odyssey

Anand Kumar Sethi 7

Anand Kumar Sethi travels from Singapore to Myanmar in his attempt to piece together the missing links of the Indian National Army's ill-fated mission

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Loss of Illusion

Loss of Illusion

V Ramesh 0

Artist V Ramesh on bhakti and looking for inspiration in medieval poetry and mythological imagery

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An Inner Biography

An Inner Biography

Sudhir Kakar 0

In a first-of-its-kind psychological portrait on Rabindranath Tagore, Sudhir Kakar attempts to lay bare the deeper truths of the genius’ early life and work

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An Iranian Memory

An Iranian Memory

Farhad Ostovani 0

Taking him back to his childhood is a much-loved white mulberry white mulberry tree. Paris-based artist Farhad Ostovani puts pen to paper as he reminisces about a long-lost past.

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A Forbidden Passage to India

A Forbidden Passage to India

Ankur Shah 1

Ankur Shah ignores the 'no foreigners allowed' warning to follow in the footsteps of many legendary conquerors as he ventures into treacherous territory along the Khyber Pass

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The Jedi Master of Indie Publishing

The Jedi Master of Indie Publishing

Isha Singh Sawhney 1

ike original hipsters, Yoda Press founder, Arpita Das, is wistful for the older Hauz Khas village started by fashion designer–entrepreneur Bina Ramani. “When I did a recce for Yodakin (her indie bookstore), it was a sleepy, dead haunt. Rents were…

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After Dark

After Dark

Sidharth Bhatia 2

Dens of iniquity or hotbeds of modernisation? Sidharth Bhatia revisits the nightclubs of 1950s and 60s Bollywood-with their sultry sirens, Western beats and cult dances-to hum a tribute to the "club song"

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Paro’s Lunch Home

Paro’s Lunch Home

Kavery Nambisan 0

ross the road as soon as you get off at the station and, it being half-past three or four in the afternoon, have tea and a mapla biscuit at Balan’s Onti Angadi. Loiter briefly beneath the neem tree for a…

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