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Monday, January 18, 2021

Articles by Chitra Sudarshan

Azadi: Brooding yet biting articles by Arundhati Roy (Review)

When Arundhati Roy’s first novel God Of Small Things was published in 1997, it won the Booker Prize and made her an overnight celebrity....

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2020: Dr. Rama Rao, OAM

Dr. Rama Rao arrived in Australia in February 1983, and sang at a family event two days later: she has not stopped singing since. Besides...

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2020: Shobha Sekhar, OAM

Classical Indian music lovers in Melbourne would know Shobha Sekhar well.  Her Kalakruti School of Indian Classical Music has trained many young musicians in...

On China and India in a dominant Asia

On China and India in a dominant Asia

Tamil: A Biography by David Dean Shulman | Book review

It was quite by accident that I stumbled upon a prodigious and erudite scholar of India – especially southern India, during one of my...

Dragons and elephants

We thought we will get a handle on the subject by exploring some books that look at both China and India, and use the words ‘Dragon’ and ‘Elephant’

A breath of fresh air for Rahi Masoom Raza's Scene 75

Poonam Saxena manages to capture the essence of the original Hindi-Urdu novel in her rendition.

Remembering the emperor

A look at the Vijayanagar ruler’s pursuit of his love interest and the influence of those around him. CHITRA SUDARSHAN writes
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Chitra Sudarshan is an academic and a public servant.

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