Kaleidoscope

The Day Before Today: Lockdown Stories by Gayatri Gill

The Day Before Today is Gayatri Gill’s debut novel. She is a producer, scriptwriter, story editor and co-founder
at Swastik Productions, Mumbai, with over fifteen yea...

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My Darkest Time

In this long-short personal story of having overcome a big challenge, Gaurav Jain says, “When you break your leg, you know it! There is no perhaps!” “Take t...

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Over my dead body

Aroona Bhat decodes the last breath; the many times people inhale and exhale before they take it. She figures, that life’s purpose is found somewhere in between. As a c...

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Grannies, Groins & Growing up: Sonnets from Early Memories

The experiences in Farrukh Dhondy's childhood that formed the man are worked into a collection of sonnets that are fun, charming, full of scabrous humor, exciting and above al...

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Of Silent Havelis

Ashok Sood’s photo-feature on the gorgeous havelis of Nawalgarh, Rajasthan, which like other tourist hubs of India, will be deprived this year of its regular stream of v...

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Rain Watch

Sameer Rattonsey, a resident of Bandra, captures the sunsets, even as the weather over Mumbai continues to be unpredictable. The sunsets, in the last three months, have never...

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An Interlude

Sathya Saran talks about her journey when writing on Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia and she shares an excerpt from the book she has authored - A Breath of Gold - published by (an...

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Yosemite: A Travelogue

Bhooma Sundararajan transports you to Yosemite and brings you back from an exhilarating journey from there. My first visit to Yosemite was in 2011 on my 49th birthday. It was...

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Dog Intelligence: A believe-it-or-not story

Abhinav Krishan writes on how ‘telepathic communication’ helped him to find his lost Labrador, after a four-month search in the dense forests around Dehradun Late...

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Solace: In the time of the Coronavirus

Abhinav Krishan, a New Delhi corporate executive, writes on why he fled to the hills close to Dehradun, to commune with nature, wildlife and resilient villagers. Currently, t...

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Avoidable: The 'ageism' bias

With all that is being written in the media these days about ageism, I should not (actua...

September 23 2020

Rewinding: Ustad Zakir Hussain

“I had interviewed Ustad Zakir Hussain, years ago in 1992; and he told me what mad...

September 22 2020

Clicking London

Vatsal Shah’s photo-essay set in the British capital, where the only constant is c...

September 21 2020