By Namita Gokhale Rs 599 Rs 599 Travelling In, Travelling Out I picked up Travelling In, Travelling Out after a long hiatus of both reading and writing. For a writer, writing and even reading does not come as easily or as naturally as one would imagine. After ... Asian Age, 1 month ago
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Bol Bosh, a website about the diverse languages, literatures and folklore of Kashmir, curated by Asiya Zahoor was launched at Oxford Bookstore Connaught Place in the Capital. Author Namita Gokhale launched the website on 5 August followed by a ...Millennium Post, 5 days ago
Writer Kishwar Desai on her literary trajectory and how detective fiction can highlight social issues Like many other writers, Kishwar Desai found her calling in a circuitous manner. Having started her career as a print journalist, she spent a ...The Hindu, 1 week ago
And from the desk of William Dalrymple, self-styled goatherd and celebrated historian, novelist, traveller and possessor of a promising new growth on his chin: the much awaited line-up for the Jaipur Literature Festival to be held from January ...Mid Day, 1 month ago
While the country's elite disappeared to the Swiss Alps this summer, some set off to the mystical land of Bhutan. Our Westcoast resident tells us about her experience at the Mountain Echoes Literary Festival Festival director, Namita Gokhale, ...DNA India, 2 months ago
Every passing generation creates its own terms and words as a way of expressing themselves or the times they live in. So, as our world changes, new words come and go! The recent column by Thomas L. Friedman on “Four Words Going Bye-Bye” sparked a debate ...Asian Age, 2 months ago
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