Pune’s Connections theatre festival aims to make Marathi theatre more accessible to younger audiences around the country.
The sea figures prominently in Adil Jussawalla’s I Dreamt a Horse Fell From the Sky, sweeping its way into poem after poem, calmly and ineluctably.
Despite the six centuries separating the composition of these poems and their readership, they are accessible, relatable, and compelling.
On discovering the magic of the Jaipur Literature Festival for the first time.
Why would anyone throw perfectly good sponge cake out of a car window?
Are positive gay images hiding an unseemly truth? A look at Myntra and the politics of their ‘lesbian ad’ for Anouk.
It was a solid plan; to fall asleep before the cold got to us. Or so we thought.
The author makes a virginal entry at Myanmar’s Irrawaddy Literary Festival, and comes away with a few unexpected revelations.
Over the past few years, India has been developing a taste for the unique sport of Ultimate Frisbee. We take a look at the state of the sport in the country today.
Even when a larger-than-life portrait of Ambedkar is looking over you, there is only so far the love story of a lower caste boy and an upper caste girl can go.
This isn’t just about defending to the death the rights of a few comedians to make dirty jokes. It’s about building a space in our country for satire.
Gandu’s quest won’t bring tears to your eyes or that warm feeling in your heart. But you will also not be able to take your eyes off it.