With the deftest of strokes, this novel conjures a picture of the women-dominated lifestyle of the devadasis, where the disciplines of dance, music and coquetry rule supreme.
21 Jul 2022
Jnanpith award-winning writer Damodar Mauzo speaks to Kankana Basu about his latest collection of short stories, what inspires him, drives him and what annoys him.
10 Jul 2022
The characters are unabashedly black and white, the pace comfortably breathless and the quips dryly funny, while being occasionally insightful.
02 Jul 2022
The supremely readable novel totters precariously between science, superstition, mythology and history.
21 May 2022
A feeling of futility permeates the poems from the very onset as Mohanty traces the despair attached to the well-documented pandemic exodus, contrasting it with the pre-pandemic calm.
02 Apr 2022
A bunch of women writers explore unrequited love and dystopian marriages in this anthology
05 Mar 2022
Ruskin Bond’s introduction adds to this unputdownably engrossing novel.
24 Sep 2017