Homeland Reveries

Aditya Mani Jha

Tibetan writer Tsering Yangzom Lama’s debut novel is an ode to desire

One Hundred Days of Solitude

The rootlessness of family can give you the world

‘Grief takes many shapes In the novel,’ says Jokha Alharthi

Omani author Jokha Alharthi’s new book chronicles a young woman’s attempts to understand home and belonging. The author in conversation with Open


A group exhibition engages with the challenges of habitation and questions of belonging

Uneasy Home

Being a refugee in the Northeast

The Foreigner’s Home

To what do we pay greatest allegiance? Family, language group, country, gender? Religion, race? And if none of these matter, are we urbane, cosmopolitan, or simply lonely?

Homeward Bound

Belonging and outsider-ness in books from the Northeast

Kamila Shamsie: The Migrant as a Metaphor

A new novel by Kamila Shamsie explores the process of belonging

Of Home and Belonging

For a while now, a clutch of Indian photographers has been grasping at the idea of ‘home’. What their gaze alights on is not even always a physical space


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