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Things will get lost in translation, we are not ethnographers: Krishna Manavalli at Dakshin Literary Festival

She was in conversation with DU professor Gautam Choubey and author and translator Himansu S Mohapatra in a session titled Translation and the Indian gene

Published on 21st December 2020
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India is in the middle of a massive loss of indigenous literature and the wisdom that comes with it: Rohan Murty

Murty said that as consumers, parents often feel that Indian literature is a little gory and children cannot be allowed to read it without censorship

Published on 8th January 2020
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Poems on how to write poems: Why you should read this award-winning poet's latest book

His recent collection, Making a Poem, has been hailed by critics as intuitive, thoughtful and creative pieces that work together as a cohesive collection. Read more to understand his creative process

Published on 3rd December 2019
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Why 18-year-old Hyderabad girl Maryam Fathima's poetry will stir your very soul

The Last Lecture, Life Is What You Make It, The Alchemist, Tuesdays With Morrie and of course, the Harry Potter series are among Maryam's favourite books

Published on 23rd September 2019
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Here's how cartoonist Syamsundar Vunnamati is hoping to eradicate caste discrimination through his cartoons

Syamsundar Vunnamati cartoons also hope to promote Ambedkarite ideology and equality among the Dalits

Published on 27th October 2018
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Over 200 books presented at 'Word to Screen Market' at Jio MAMI film fest

Some of the books to be presented are "Unclaimed Terrain", "The Year of the Weeds", "Oru Puliyamarathin Kathai" and "Gaffar Khan: Non-Violent Badshah of the Pakhtuns"

Published on 30th August 2018
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JCB Literature Prize longlists this year's '10 most distinguished novels'

The books that made into the final list include two those were previously nominated for the Man Booker Prize

Published on 5th September 2018
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Namita Gokhale launched her new book with her granddaughter at JLF and we went awww!

The co-curator of Jaipur Literature Festival Namita Gokhale has whipped up another treat for children in the form of a book, Lost In Time: Ghatotkacha and the Game of Illusions 

Published on 29th January 2018
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A Bhopal school sends 14 students from class VII and IX to Bangalore Lit Fest, gets back inspired and aware citizens

The students have admitted to a change in perspective and firm believes and a depth in understanding  various issues after attending some sessions

Published on 30th October 2017
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Book Look: Five books that you can cast about for in the month of September

Non-fictional books are all set to rule this month. TBH, we can't wait.

Published on 4th September 2017
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70 going on 17: As India turns 70, author Roshen Dalal gives us a flashback through her latest book 

Age is just a number for evergreen India which is growing younger by the year. Roshen Dalal, the author of India at 70 about why we need to look at our past before we step into the future

Published on 14th August 2017
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The little girl who could: Nupur Saraswat in conversation about art, identity and activism

Having made herself a force to be reckoned with in Singapore and across India, Nupur Saraswat talks about her influences and her fight against gender bias 

Published on 7th July 2017

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