New Chapters: Return to Roots for Diaspora Writers
South Asian writers are dotting the world of English literature and turning towards their origins through their works.
‘I Want to Dissolve in Indian Culture’
India helps people fight their fears, pride, and takes them out of their comfort zones, says Russian poet Stefania Danilova, who is looking forward to her performance in the country.
On a Plate: Changing Foodscape of South Asian Culture
Curried Cultures, an anthology edited by Krishnendu Ray and Tulasi Srinivas, aims to make the global audience get closer to the South Asian food trail.
‘I Have an Unfinished Business with Kolkata’
Kushanava Choudhury returned to Kolkata after spending about a decade in the United States, and his experiences in the city inspired him to write his debut novel.
An Instagram Poet Outpaces the Haters
The literary world doesn’t have a great track record of embracing or even acknowledging artists like Rupi Kaur, who are different in some notable way but who attract an enormous and fervent audience.
3 Jumbo Jets Worth of Children Die Daily Due to Ganga Pollution: Victor Mallet
The Indian government had vowed to clean the Ganga, but not much has been done yet, journalist-author Victor Mallet says in his recent book.
‘India Needs to Protect Its Entrepreneurs’
Vivek Wadhwa talks about the surge of innovations in his book, The Driver in the Driverless Car: How Our Technology Choices Will Create the Future.