The novel is a disappointment, to say the least, but here’s a question: had this novel been written not in English but in any Indian language, and first published in India instead of the US, what kind of media space would i
The theatre of conflict, a witness to treacherous ploys, perched in a valley between the Hindukush mountains, is also an ancient city with a rich history and culture that have been badly mutated over the period.
Four years on, reading its English translation, A Gujarat Here, A Gujarat There, by Daisy Rockwell, I realise that I did well to restrict myself to a few polite sentences. For, not only Rockwell’s translation has transforme
Edited by Githa Hariharan and Salim Yusufji, Battling For India: A Citizen’s Reader is a collection of articles, essays, interviews and poems by writers and intellectuals during the period to address these concerns.