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One Blue Planet

Picture Sarojini Nagar, coupled with all its sounds. Now place it underwater, replace the people with the most peculiar fishes you can think of, and voilà, you have a coral reef.

The Intricacies of Modern Art

A conversation between two lovers is more "art" than some of these pieces could ever be.

On Childhood, Fear, and Retrospect

The world is, at least at an instinctive level, less scary as a grown-up.

A Real Image

The fantastic banality of life in Japanese literature.

Ruskin Bond “Zigzags” with Humour and Translation

The sound of laughter is indistinguishable across languages.

Of Silver Spoons and August Moons

"Jack Kennedy, Joe’s second son, had just reached his twenties, and my mother had two or three years on him, but he was soon deeply smitten by her Latin charms."

On Indians Caring About American Politics

"The American way of life—through entertainment, social media, and a whole lot of junk food—has touched even those in the most remote parts of the world."

When Bengaluru’s Lakes Dried Up

"In fact, most of Bengaluru’s water bodies died far before the city even began turning into the crowded metropolis it is today."

Waiting, Watching, Wishing

A photo essay by Yuvan Kumar.

The Streets of Pompeii Scavi

    Musetta’s Waltz was playing on my phone. I turned down the narrow crowded street, and edging past other tourists, entered a cafe. I asked...

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