The Language of a Simulated Storm

Siddharth Singh

The national language deserves better instead of the periodic barbs of its alleged imposition

The Spirit of Bombay

The liberal in his labyrinth

Shanta Gokhale: Body of Truth

Writer and translator Shanta Gokhale reflects on what it means to be a woman in India

Free Spirit

A memoir that straddles the personal and the political, the intimate and the public

A Woman in a Story

When Marathi actress Vandana Mishra bids farewell to high heels in a different kind of Bombay

A Love Story With a Difference

Indian writing in English rarely ever matches the gems of vernacular literature, such as this Marathi novel

The American with a Marathi Aai

She had heard chilling tales of the Indian monster-in-law even in the US. So she practised her Marathi diligently when it was time to meet hers. They got laughing in the first three minutes, and they still are, says Amanda

Khadoos Manoos

Why is the famous port city that once opened itself to the world turning increasingly petty?

The Complex Maharashtrian

Most Maharashtrians look down upon ‘leaders’ like Raj Thackeray, but he is politically successful because of a strange Marathi gene.


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