Jaipur Literature Festival

The Great Indian Family

Antara Raghavan

With her 20th book, Namita Gokhale does what she does best—write about lives like ours

Poets and Proselytisers

The cliques, clans and defining moments of the 13th edition of the Jaipur Literature Festival

Open Diary

The Jaipur Literature Festival, historian David Cannadine and Budget relief for the media

Political Islam is afraid of sex, says Hanif Kureishi

Talking about women's writing and talking about sex may soon be passé, two of today’s sessions suggest

Ten Sessions to Attend at the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival

What not to miss at the eighth edition of the world’s largest free literary party, which begins on Wednesday in Jaipur

Books Do Matter. Or Do They?

Reading into the Jaipur Literature Festival

The Thought Police in Jaipur

And why the LitFest needs liberal middle-class support

For a Moment of Statesmanship

With Rushdie, the government has again chosen the cowardice of practicality over the courage of morality

The Ballad of Gangu Teli

There’s more to Raja Bhoj, and even Gandhi, if we look at them from a Dalit perspective.


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