Madhavi S Mahadevan
A struggle for identity, the courage to stand up to the oppressor, violence and more pepper the pages of this unique story.
28 Nov 2020
This masterful translation is a poignant exploration of a country's rebirth and the life of idealist KTN Kottoor, a writer and activist from Malabar in the pre-Independence years.
17 Oct 2020
Quick and easy reads, these stories are as much about preserving memories as they are about persevering through tough times.
03 Oct 2020
As in most thrillers, the narrative runs along two interweaving tracks but the element of surprise sputters like a poor firecracker.
28 Jun 2020
While these stories echo Indian attitudes, tradition and beliefs, they also examine the clash with modernity.
02 May 2020
A difficult read, the writing offers an alphabet soup of prose, poetry, metaphysics and the outright absurd
12 Apr 2020
Offering a take on an immigrant’s experience, the characters here present different emotions and are also intriguing in their own right.
21 Mar 2020
With its 13th edition this year, JLF director Namita Gokhale gives us a docu-story that lays bare the iconic literary carnival.
15 Feb 2020
Besides the common DNA threading these women, a focal event binds all five into one frame.
01 Feb 2020
The two were married in 1933. Bedi, a Sikh, came from a feudal family who were direct descendants of the religion’s first guru.
21 Apr 2019