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The Revolutionary Poetry of Shankha Ghosh

Legendary Bengali poet Shankha Ghosh passed away on the 21st of April, of Covid-19. His literary work and resilient life has inspired generations to stand-up to fascism.

Five Graphic Novels that Build Powerful Words

The stories in this list cover a host of subjects, from the mundane to the political

Enduring Enigmas: Maharani Gayatri Devi

"In one lifetime, Gayatri Devi lived many, often contrasting, lives."

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."

The Haircut

"The last time she had a drastic haircut, she still had Tamanna in her life."

Afterwards, at Kochi

A poem by Savera Aranya.

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.

Himalayan Foothills

“We kept looking at our two-year-old like: we know we have to take care of you, but we don’t know what to do.”


A poem by an anonymous contributor.

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