The resort of Aman-i-Khás lives up to its name, combining ‘peace’ (aman) with khás, meaning ‘special’ or ‘privileged’. This is […]
Newly arrived in the land of parents, the world looks different from here.
A glimpse into the world of Delhi’s hijra community.
Gazing across a valley, from the terraced fields to the thickly wooded slopes dotted with bamboo spires, away in the […]
Building a memory palace for Harold Brodkey
India’s Queen of Pulp
“Dear…”. No, no that won’t do. Too formal. “My dear…” Oh god, now I sound like his mother. “My dearest…” […]
Long before man had constructed the machinery of flight he had dreamt of it: Icarus and his waxy wings, Pegasus […]
Durga Pujas past and present, in Calcutta and London