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By Nisha Rawat · In conversation with singer-songwriter Shantanu Pandit about his debut EP, comparisons to Bob Dylan, and his take on the indie music scene in India.

Contents

Book Review: Mirages of the Mind

Mushtaq Ahmed Yosufi's novel captures the overpowering sense of nostalgia that erupted in the Indian subcontinent after the partition.  

A Nobody, a Nation, and a Few Fugitive C...

Did my leaving India bind me to it in a way that staying would not have?  

Beyond Bollywood #2: Sita Sings the Blue...

Director Nina Paley uses lightness and humour to weave together a cutting commentary on one of the greatest epics in history.  

Of Cheap Coffee and Angry Yellow Curries

For an Indian living in the U.K., an angry yellow curry is better than no curry.  
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Interviews

  • Ira Trivedi

    A Bright, Free Future

    In conversation with India in Love author Ira Trivedi about free love, marriage brokers, and the effect of the Internet on Indian society.
  • Laxmi Bomb

    Hॐ Coming

    Laxmi Bomb's Keegan Pereira speaks to us about the band's debut E.P. Hॐ.
  • bhane.

    Keeping It Simple

    An exclusive interview with Anand Ahuja, founder of bhane., a global-minded clothing brand with an Indian heart.

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Reviews

  • Mirages of the Mind

    Book Review: Mirages of the Mind

    Mushtaq Ahmed Yosufi's novel captures the overpowering sense of nostalgia that erupted in the Indian subcontinent after the partition.
  • Brahma Dreaming

    Book Review: Brahma Dreaming

    As an introduction to the world of Hindu tales for the uninitiated, John Jackson's book is a fascinating read.
  • Gone with the Vindaloo

    Book Review: Gone with the Vindaloo

    Vikram Nair's debut novel is humorous and unpretentious; a book that celebrates life in all its natural flavours.
The Oracle of Tripe #16

The Oracle of Tripe #16

By Chaitanya Modak and Benita Fernando
The Oracle of Tripe #16