The multi-coloured comic book is one of 12 in the series titled Shaurya Gaathas (Valour Stories)
Besides being a classic example of British humour, or in other words having no shortage of irony and understated and subtle sarcasm, it is a parody pageant unrivalled.
The book shows a way forward to enacting his vision for a global society that truly reflects the interdependence
The book is one of the six titles shortlisted for this year's Man Booker International Prize
Written with deep emotion and elegance, the offering is at the same time a hopeful testament to the humanity and rich internal life
The story begins in October 1889 when Mrs Hudson suddenly collapses
An interaction with Perumal Murugan, days before the Sahitya Akademi award for the English translation of his controversial novel, Maadhorubaagan.
Underlying the depiction of a rich and varied court life at Sikri in the book are reflections on kingship, meditation on fathers and sons and a plot that tells a crackling story of love
Be it in person or his documentary productions, Rupesh has never been one to mince words.
Eminent litterateur K. Satchidanandan participated in engrossing scholarly discussion on poetry as freedom held as part of Vak: The Raza Biennale of Indian Poetry
Ashis Nandy said here that the ‘un-socialisable’ nature of the poetic act meant it was an exercise in conscience
Iconic litterateur Keki N Daruwalla contends that poetry is an important counterweight against the canonisation of myth as memory.
Solitude, despair, loss, desire and longing informed readings across Indian languages at the opening session of the country’s first ever biennale of poetry.