Akash Kapur’s nonfiction book tells of the quest for utopia in Auroville. He speaks to Nandini Nair about writing history without judgement and the impossibility of an ideal world
A problematic passage to the national soul
A deep dive into the structure of Hindi cinema
Vidya Dehejia’s chosen artefacts relive the past, speak to the present, and occasionally portend the future
Is the role of the individual in history overestimated?
RSS is an idea that is still evolving
Listen to the whispers of history and be warned
Malcolm Gladwell’s new book examines one of the great moral challenges of World War II and the price of different actions
An account of the carnage that shook the country in 1919, and wounded its consciousness
Jindan Kaur’s volatile relationship with the world
Aditya Kuvalekar and Kedar Phalke
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