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Mar 19, 2019
Photographer Ramya Reddy on her new book about the Nilgiris and its inhabitants, a decade in the makingSoul of the Nilgiris, photographer Ramya Reddy's new book, "is the story of a place told through a personal tapestry of oral narratives, conversations, writings and over 300 photographs — taken over nine years, drawn from the creative abundance of this millennia-old mountain land and her centuries-old inhabitants."
Feb 25, 2019
The Prince: An excerpt from Samhita Arni's fourth book, a historical fiction inspired by a Tamil epicThe Prince is the fourth book, a historical fiction, by author and illustrator Samhita Arni's (Sita's Ramayana, The Mahabharata - A Child's View and The Missing Queen).
Feb 16, 2019
Satyajit Sarna’s debut poetry collection, The Profane, is a meditation on death, dissent and our time on earthThe Profane is Delhi-based Satyajit Sarna’s first collection of poetry and has “poems of heartbreak and disillusion, of loneliness and mortality, but also of passion for life on earth, in all its mud and glory”.
Jan 18, 2019
From Bihar to Tihar: Read an excerpt from Kanhaiya Kumar's story, where he recounts entry to JNUIn March 2016, Kanhaiya Kumar, the president of the JNU Students Union, was arrested on charges of sedition, locked up in Tihar jail and beaten up by lawyers in Patiala House court. He
Jan 08, 2019
Cut: An excerpt from Sreemoyee Piu Kundu's book on the life of a visionary theatre artist, set in a world of govt censorshipSet in a world of government censure and ruthless stifling of anyone who questions their ways, Cut is a posthumous look at the personal and professional life of a visionary theatre artist.
Jan 06, 2019
Bojja Tharakam's 'Mahad': An educative experience not just for readers, but for seekers and writers of history as wellMahad: The March That’s Launched Every Day by Bojja Tharakam — a renowned human rights lawyer, writer and a poet — is published in 2018 by The Shared Mirror Publishing House.
Jan 05, 2019
In the Time of the Others: An excerpt from Nadeem Zaman's debut novel on life in a time of war and upheavalSet against the backdrop of a monumental historical event, Nadeem Zaman's In the Time of the Others is about what it means to live during violent times.
Dec 27, 2018
Yeh Un Dinoñ Ki Baat Hai: Author Yasir Abbasi on putting together the Urdu memoirs of cinema legendsTracking down lost publications, Yasir Abbasi followed leads to obscure towns and people's homes in a last-ditch effort to save valuable records of Indian cinema. The marvellous outcome of his efforts is his recently released book ‘Yeh Un Dinoñ Ki Baat Hai: Urdu Memoirs of Cinema Legends’.
Nov 29, 2018
A Rural Manifesto: Far removed from electoral fire and fury, Varun Gandhi pens book on agrarian policiesVarun Gandhi's new book A Rural Manifesto explores the idea of a village as a single standalone socio-economic unit.
Nov 28, 2018
The Re-Origin of Species: Should extinct animals be given a second chance at life? A new book offers some answersMany scientists across the world are trying to bring back lost species, like the mammoth, passenger pigeon and even the dinosaur, to life. Torill Kornfeldt, a Swedish science journalist, visited many of these scientists in their laboratories to find out how far they had reached in their individual quest.