Goa of the Mind

Resh Susan

Imagining the sweep of diversity

The Coven of Chums

Simon Kuper’s new book uncovers the ‘Oxford flaws’. He tells Ullekh NP why Brexit’s origins lie in the elite British institution

The Seat of Power

The cultural evolution of the Indian chair

Truths and Taboos

An anthology on the differences and commonalities of menstruation in South Asia

Claiming her Identity

An activist’s account of trying to change attitudes toward the transgender community

Jungle Books

Three novellas that give voice to the wild

The Gambler’s Choice

Calculating risks through mathematics and some philosophy

‘I want to treat facts of history as sacred,’ says Navtej Sarna

Navtej Sarna’s new novel recounts the horrors of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. The author and diplomat speaks to Nandini Nair about writing the history of Punjab and the freedom struggle through fiction

The Inconvenient Dissident

The persecution of Julian Assange is the criminalisation of investigative journalism

Resistance Tongue

English has always been imagined as an ally of the Dalit struggle


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