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Tashan Mehta explores what the difference between story and language is, why a writer cannot separate the two, and what they should focus on.
In this poem, Prarthana relates her experiences listening to her Ata’s stories (Ata means grandfather in Assamese), and if you’ve been lucky enough to grow up with your grandparents, it will surely resonate with you.
After reading Porcelain Travels, Tasnima reflects on the sorry condition of sanitation in India. Read this piece to get an idea of what the condition of public toilets in India is and what needs to be done.
Find out how by reading letters written by authors you will get a glimpse into their lives, their struggles and their personal journeys.
More often than not male authors describe women unrealistically in their books. Read this piece to understand why society hasn’t put a stop to this.
Captain Marvel is the first female superhero with her own movie. With the movie releasing today, let’s look at how Carol Danvers came to be Captain Marvel.
Tishani Doshi’s fiction, books on Jallianwala Bagh and on the current state of India are just some of the books by Indian authors releasing in April.
This is a list of 9 poetry books published after 1990 that are worth reading. These poems will pull on your heartstrings, fire up your imagination, and will leave you wanting more.
Pulp fiction novels are a major part of Indian literature. These novels are now being translated into English, and here’s 8 of them to get you started.
This article compares the movie and book versions of The Accidental Prime Minister and details how the movie is being used as a tool of propaganda by the government.
Crazy Rich Asians is a 2013 novel written by Kevin Kwan. In 2018, the movie based on the book was released. This article compares the two.
In this piece, Deya looks at a very pertinent book on women’s rights in India, Seeing Like A Feminist, and talks about why independent India needs feminism.