In Adbhut, author Meena Arora Nayak brings to life the marvellous creatures in Indian mythology and folklore.
It’s not just books that are filled with stories, libraries and their settings too speak volumes.
In the book, Mohiniyattam, Pedagogy and Performativity, Aswathy Rajan argues the dance is still under a feudal halo.
How the history of India’s art cinema connects to the socio-political movements in the country. Growing up, I had two misconceptions about ‘art’ cinema. That it…
How Amoghavarsha brought together an unprecedented concentration of poets and teachers to decorate his court at Manyakheta
Hollywood, Bollywood and Malayalam movies opened up a new world to a little boy who shifted to Trivandrum in the early 1970s.
This is the story of a boy who was initiated into the wild west at an open movie theatre inside an army Cantonment in India. This was the 1970s and raging in the air was a war.
The author of Delhi, Agra, Fatehpur Sikri says he has tried to address the gap between academic and popular understandings of history in the book.
Kunjan’s anthology of 25 poems, ‘Split-Self’ creates a world within a world with words.
A Chennai signboard painter with a ‘scrap pile’ goldmine.