Family, friendship and identity—one of English fiction’s most celebrated young writers returns to familiar turf
A compilation of unpublished poems from Rabindranath Tagore’s visits to China and Japan
The last of Tahmima Anam’s Bengal trilogy compresses the domestic and the global into an evocative narrative
The open borders of Bengali literature come alive in this collection of short stories
Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay led with his pen, giving us a revulsion we sorely needed.
A domestic help in Delhi, 35-year-old Halder stands a class apart from most Indian bestselling writers