Books

what lies beyond Kynsléy Nazareth.Indian Link

Experiences that lie beyond

April 18, 2017

FRANKEY GERARD FERNANDES reviews ‘What Lies Beyond’, a travel memoir by Indian author Kynsléy Nazareth

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Milan Vaishnav.Indian Link

Criminals as politicians

March 30, 2017

Milan Vaishnav’s new book analyses the nexus between crime and politics in India, writes CHITRA SUDARSHAN

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Shubha Vilas Das.Indian Link

An oldie but a goodie

March 30, 2017

According to Shubha Vilas Das, life lessons from the original literatures could help us lead our modern lives better, writes CHITRA SUDARSHAN

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Avijit Sarkar.Indian Link

Taking the easy road

March 23, 2017

New anthology of short stories by Avijit Sarkar examines nuances of behaviour within Australia’s Indian community, writes SALMA SHAH

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Immortal.Indian Link

An Indian eternal man and the philosopher’s stone quest

March 09, 2017

It’s a modern wrap for Hindu mythology in Krishna Udayansankar’s ‘Immortal’, writes VIKAS DATTA

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Written in the stars

March 09, 2017

Inspired by Hindu mythology, ‘The Star-Touched Queen’ is the first in a new series by New York Times bestselling author Roshani Chokshi, writes BEHESHTA WASSEH

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JLF Melbourne.Indian Link

JLF Conversations: On women, gender, travel and poetry

March 01, 2017

JLF comes to Melbourne and brings its unique and frank discussions on context, culture and history, writes APARNA ANANTHUNI

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Jaipur Literature Festival Melbourne.Indian Link

When literature celebrates our hyphenated selves

March 01, 2017

Literary worlds collide to ignite our transnational minds as the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival travels to Melbourne, writes DIPANJALI RAO

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Ira Mukhoty.Indian Link

Holier than thou? These Indian women shattered prevailing notions long before Western women’s emancipation

February 23, 2017

SAKET SUMAN reviews Ira Mukhoty’s ‘Heroines — Powerful Indian Women of Myth and History’

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The ghosts of a literary Indian hill-station that haunt the writers of the present

February 22, 2017

ARUP K CHATTERJEE of O.P. JINDAL GLOBAL UNIVERSITY explores the English literary traditions of The Doon in Uttarakhand

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