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colonial India

Naipaul’s Reckoning With Empire

Bruce Gilley

The Nobel laureate’s legacy has much to say to charges of amnesia about colonialism

Between Fiction and Food

Society and cultural identity in the culinary experience of regional imagination

Mumbai Notebook

Mumbai's famous landmarks -  Kemp’s Corner, Kala Ghoda and Opera House

Empire Building

A majestic retelling of the Raj from the vantage point of the rulers

Of Colonial Minds and Other Demons

India’s political and cultural life is still subservient to borrowed ideas

The Waterhouse Watershed

In the 1860s, a young officer in the British army in India, called James Waterhouse, compiled one of the most astonishing photographic archives in the world.

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