César Aira’s astonishing and playful novels are often about storytelling itself
The strange, sensuous world of Manohar Shetty’s poetry
A layered yet selective history of the West in Afghanistan
The Bangladeshi literary gaint Humayun Ahmed ought to be read in India and particularly in Assam
What did Ashoka, Shah Jahan and the Buddha mean to modern India's founding fathers?
What new insights do a slew of recent books on Gandhi reveal of his life and thought?
Punjabi poet Lal Singh Dil's revolutionary fervour and poetic zeal
Anjum Hasan, Nakul Krishna, Saikat Majumdar and Pratab Bhanu Mehta on Amit Chaudari's Clearing A Space
A book that roundly challenges the story the West has told about itself foe the past 100 years
Dharmic Indians ought to ethically compete in the market and push for a state that supports their ambition
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