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Arshia Sattar's translation of the 'Uttara' asks uncomfortable questions
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The sad finale to Ramayana

By M.R. Narayan Swamy Dec 3 (IANS): Title: Uttara: The Book of Answers; Author: (Translated by) Arshia Sattar; Publisher: Penguin; Pages: 286; Price: Rs 499 The Uttara Kanda is the seventh and last book of Valmiki's Ramayana. It chronicles events ... Daijiworldcom, 15 hours ago
The sad finale to Ramayana (Book Review) India Online.in, 16 hours ago
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Uttara is a book that makes us uncomfortable: Arshia Sattar

Arshia Sattar's first interest in the Ramayana was Hanuman. That was thirty years ago. She wondered what a mythological character meant and how one is supposed to receive the idea of a monkey that flies and speaks Sanskrit. Little did she know then ...
 Economic Times1 week ago The Inimitable Arshia Sattar  Navhind Times3 weeks ago Im not one of those who think this is a triumphal epic  Indian Express1 month ago Different strokes: these illustrations from Ramayana will blow your mind  catchnews.com1 month ago
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'Ramayana' is a story with eternal and universal questions, says Arshia Sattar

Relationships and the magic in Ramayana - read flying monkeys and 10-headed demons - keep translator Arshia Sattar connected to the epic, finds out Gargi Gupta
 DNA1 month ago Ramayana teaches us how hard it is to be good to the people we love best: Arshia Sattar  First Post.com1 month ago
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Watch: On Dussehra, Ramayana expert Arshia Sattar gets grilled by a 10-year-old

When 10-year-old Shayan met Ramayana expert Arshia Sattar, he had questions like: Why did Ram and Lakshman not teach Sita how to fight? Why did Ram not realise Maricha was a demon? The post Watch: On Dussehra, Ramayana expert Arshia Sattar gets grilled by a ...
 First Post.com1 month ago

Our lady of Ramayana

By Mahesh Rao Acclaimed scholar Arshia Sattar revisits the heart-stirring tale of the Ramayana, but this time around she wants to reach out to a group of readers who remain unaffected by the politicisation of the classic. Author and scholar ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 months ago

TBI Blogs: Discover Why an 11th-Century Collection of Stories Is as Riveting and Important Today as It Was Then

Indian mythology and folk tales are rich with interesting characters, amazing stories, and valuable lessons. Discover an 11th-century compendium of these incredible narratives that has stood the test of time as one of the world's finest collection ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago

JLF releases fifth list of speakers for 10th edition

New Delhi, Oct 18 (PTI) Jaipur Literature Festival today revealed the fifth list of 10 speakers set to appear at the 10th edition of the event next year. Touted as the world's largest free literary event, the festival is expected see participation ...
 Press Trust of India2 weeks ago

Shobhaa De: I will always remain a curious journalist, permanently in search of a story

You can't talk about literature in the city of Mumbai without mentioning Shobhaa De. Shobhaa has been credited with changing film journalism in India, has dabbled in fiction, penned memoirs, experimented with young adult literature and everything in ...
 Firstpost.com4 weeks ago

Our Brilliant Friend

HOWEVER UNKNOWN Elena Ferrante might have been in India a month ago, the recent ‘outing’ of the real person behind the nom de plume has made sure that she exploded onto the horizons of literary people in our part of the world. This article is not about ...
 Open Magazine4 weeks ago

Looking for voices

Photo: Rediff Here is a question. How many of these names would appear familiar to a moderately avid Indian reader: Suren Talukdar, Mau Das Gupta, Dhansri Swargiary, Chhatarpal, Susheela Punitha, Sharifa Vijliwala, Damodar Khadse, N Damodara ...
 Himal South Asian1 month ago
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