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The Indian Quarterly – A Literary & Cultural Magazine – Features

Features

Chinese Comfort

Chinese Comfort

Sidharth Bhatia 9

In the 1970s the Chinese were a major presence in India, Mumbai’s Kamling restaurant being a symbol of their staying power

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War in the Clouds

War in the Clouds

Peter Worthington 0

Fifty years ago, the Canadian foreign correspondent Peter Worthington was high up in the North East Frontier when war broke out between India and China

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A Writer’s Room of Her Own

A Writer’s Room of Her Own

Daisy Waugh 0

Daisy Waugh has the perfect spot all figured out

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Sunday Morning – Marine Drive

Sunday Morning – Marine Drive

Atul Dodiya 0

Atul Dodiya on his 1985 painting of Mumbai’s iconic seafront promenade

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Too Much of a Good Thing

Too Much of a Good Thing

Sunil Sethi 1

Sunil Sethi surveys the subcontinent’s buoyant book scene

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Back to Gotham

Back to Gotham

Gautam Bhatia 0

Architect and urban archaeologist Gautam Bhatia compares the seedy New York he knew three decades ago with the gentrified one of today

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Food Security

Food Security

Bulbul Sharma 1

Bulbul Sharma explains why we all crave the culinary comforts of our childhood

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A Writer’s Retreat

A Writer’s Retreat

Sudeep Chakravarti 3

In search of solitude, Sudeep Chakravarti runs away from the rat-race in Delhi and finds his muse in Goa

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In Search of Proust

In Search of Proust

Mayank Austen Soofi 0

Literary pilgrim Mayank Austen Soofi goes to France looking for Marcel Proust and returns home to find him even in Delhi

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English and I

English and I

Arundhathi Subramaniam 0

Poet Arundhathi Subramaniam on her volatile relationship with the language

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