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Satyajit Ray

Soumitra Chatterjee (1935-2020): Rays of Light

Kaveree Bamzai

Satyajit Ray and Soumitra Chatterjee showed what it is to be a man in modern India

Soumitra Chatterjee (1935-2020): A Global Humanist

From his debut as an adult Apu, Soumitra Chatterjee taught generations of Bengalis, especially the men, how to be at home in the world

Basanti’s Dream

Reading as an act of emancipation in the early Indian novel

Auteur’s Spaceship

Satyajit Ray and science fiction

Manmatha Nath Dutt—Sanskrit and English

Had Manmatha Nath Dutt studied in Oriental Seminary, Rabindranath Tagore would have known him personally, as a co-pupil

Manmatha Nath Dutta: The Zamindar

On the road to uncover a name that haunts

Scotch Whimsy

Of bagpipes and Indian popular culture

Manmatha Nath Dutt: Fact and Fiction

When there is little information available, some educated guesswork should be permissible

Take Your Vaikuntam Home

Rakhi Sarkar brings India’s biggest affordable art fair to Delhi

‘I prefer telling stories of common people,’ says Majid Majidi

The dream of the Iranian master Majid Majidi is to tell stories like Satyajit Ray did

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