Sonali Dabade

A classic case of lost in translation

Translated novels are a great way to bring more stories out into the world.

19 Feb 2019

Confused and lost in translation

The evolution of humanity has come to mean the decimation of many other species of living beings on our planet.

22 Jan 2019

Flower power of 'Eating wasps'

There’s a saying that every experience shapes you into the person you are.

11 Dec 2018

‘After the Storm’ book review: ‘Flooding’ Your World with Love

When Chennai and its surrounding areas were hit with floods in 2015, the collective heart of the country went out to it.

04 Dec 2018

Captures Intensity, but fails to capitalise on it

Sri Lanka’s internal struggles i.e. the Civil War started by the LTTE for a new Tamil state or ‘Eelam’ as they called it are a source of much heartbreak.

20 Nov 2018

Lessons in Maratha History

The first book, ‘The Peshwa: The Lion and the Stallion’ was the story of Peshwa Bajirao Bhat, who takes over the reins of the Peshwai after his father, Balaji Vishvanath Bhat’s death.

13 Nov 2018

Taste Jodhpur’s Regal Military History

India’s military history has always been one filled with awe-inspiring tales and gallantry.

30 Oct 2018

Struggles and strengths in times of conflict

Ummath’ is a result of Sri Lankan author Sharmila Seyyid’s struggles in a society wrought with religious fundamentalism.

25 Sep 2018