The Masters’ Gallery introduces selected art works of famous artists and a brief explanation on the context of the work.
Akhil Katyal explores how Amitav Ghosh plays with the concept of genealogy to give us an intricate history of colonialism in his 2008 novel ‘Sea of Poppies’.
Siddharth Sivakumar reviews Julie Taymor’s screen adaptation of The Tempest
My father was my hero. When he was ten, he went into the cigar factory. He sat on a long bench. His father sat on…
On the morning he was to leave Mortalus for the drive south to California, while walking to the library to return three DVD’s starring Theresa…
Alessa wakes to the sound of bickering and with no idea where she is. There’s a television on somewhere and the bickering is just two…
The river is hurt,
a toxic belly with bloated
dumped. I walk its cusp.
We were smithereens
into a lamellar
in the middle of the small floor
her costume revealing bare legs
belly, shoulders and arms