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Love and ageing in the classics

Love and ageing in the classics

Dasharatha and Kaushalya spend their later years with a weary gratitude rather than with remembered passion Given the position that elders hold in our society, be it as parents or teachers or political leaders, you would imagine that, traditionally, ..., 2 days ago

Creating spaces for peace

Pakistan's Karachi Literature Festival has a significant delegation of Indian intelligentsia This year's Karachi Literature Festival in Pakistan, scheduled to take place from February 5 to 7, has run into controversial waters after actor Anupam ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Verse in Motion

Akram Khan's latest show draws on Karthika Nar's poetry to give the women of the Mahabharata a raging voice and tell of our fractured times And begin Begin to begin Begin to end The words of Karthika Nar's poem echo around the round stage of ...
 Open2 weeks ago

Verse in Motion

And begin Begin to begin Begin to end The words of Karthika Naïr’s poem echo around the round stage of the Roundhouse, repeated, overlapping, painting a soundscape for the dancers to start. Begin again Begin to win Begin to end But where do you ...
 Open Magazine2 weeks ago

English translation of 'Ghachar Ghochar' released

Taking the reader through a family's journey from urban lower middle-class to middle-class and the ensuing challenges in coping with the transformation in the lives, Vivek Shanbhag's novella ‘Ghachar Ghochar’ has received much acclaim.
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Much-Hailed Novella on City Middle Class out Tomorrow

BENGALURU: In 2014, Srinath Perur, who writes on travel, cities and culture, chanced upon Vivek Shanbhag's Kannada novella Ghachar Ghochar, and was swept away it. He decided he had to translate it into English. The book is set in Bengaluru, and ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

Ghachar Ghochar

By Vivek Shanbhag Translated by Srinath Perur Ants and ants everywhere. Some around rings left by teacups on the floor, some around crumbs... This is the kitchen of a lower-middle class home with rooms built like train compartments. Members of ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago

The buzz around lit fests

The crowd waiting impatiently to get into the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Mumbai was so large that passersby might well have wondered whether a Bollywood star had made an appearance. The organisers walked briskly in and out of the ...
 Business Standard India4 weeks ago

Book Review: Ancestral Affairs by Keki N. Daruwalla

The strength of Daruwalla's characters keeps it from being merely a period novel Keki N. Daruwalla wields his pen as a poet as well as a writer of short stories and novels. Ancestral Affairs is his second novel and it comes to us with the ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Books, discussions and more

A literary festival now into its fifth edition, and a book fair with workshops and storytelling sessions Lekhana will always be very special to me. It was the first festival (in 2013) that gave me a chance to read my work in public at a time when I ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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