DAL BHAAT From Singing Love Songs in Kathmandu (Linda Neil’s current project, which will be published as an e-book with accompanying music soundtrack) The walk back to our hotel was like a dream. After the serendipity of our discovery in the Tibetan Square, Kathmandu seemed carnivalesque. The brightly coloured saris that adorned the Nepalese women […]
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Poet and Bengali scholar William Radice is famous for his translations of Tagore. Sudeep Sen presents eleven of his original poems, from as far back as 1985 and as recently as his manuscript in progress Poems for . . .
Roy’s latest political writing, dedicated “To those who have learned to divorce hope from reason,” uses the contemporary politics of India, from the 2001 through 2008 state-backed Genocide against Muslims in Guharat to the 26 November 2008 Mumbai attacks, as a starting point for her political musings: offering a bleak but poetic analysis and simple, […]
The renowned Tamil Nadu potters, who create traditional village figures and panels in their pottery at the Sanscriti Kenda in New Delhi, packed up a selection of their work to send to a major exhibition in Paris.
Sudeep Sen’s highly praised books include Postmarked India, Prayer Flag, Distracted Geographies, and the poetic meditation, Rain, illustrated by twenty of India’s top artists.
K. Satchidanandan (Satchi) is a poet of national and international repute writing in Malayalam. He was Professor of English at Christ College, University of Calicut, Kerala, editor of Indian Literature, the journal of the Sahitya Akademi (The National Academy of Letters) and later its Chief Executive. He has 21 collections of poetry in Malayalam, 16 […]