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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Sagarika Ghose

Articles by Sagarika Ghose

Bridge To The Gods

Bridge To The Gods

Jan 28, 2013 Sagarika Ghose

The Sangam at the Mahakumbh is where it all comes together—faith, remembrance...

Netiquette, Not Censorship

Netiquette, Not Censorship

Sep 10, 2012 Sagarika Ghose

Right-wing hatespeak on social media needs to be monitored

My Favourite Pink Bangles

My Favourite Pink Bangles

Sep 03, 2007 Sagarika Ghose

The woman of new India is freer than ever before, yet bound by tradition

It's A Girl!

It's A Girl!

Jan 15, 2007 Sagarika Ghose

Citizen 2006 comes into a more comfortable country. She has been born with two more powerful older siblings,...

The Neo-Natal Word

The Neo-Natal Word

Oct 17, 2005 Sagarika Ghose

Possibilities lurk in dark alleys. For us, it was in three rooms with rickety tables.

The Better Half

The Better Half

Feb 18, 2002 Sagarika Ghose

No wonder half a dozen eunuchs are fighting the elections this time. If you have to be male and odd-looking...

Ishq, Ishq, Ishq

Ishq, Ishq, Ishq

Feb 04, 2002 Sagarika Ghose

When Cupid lurks in every tehsil and every taluka, St Valentine is not so "foreign" after all.

Smokin 'Em Out

Smokin 'Em Out

Jan 21, 2002 Sagarika Ghose

Have the honourable grandees of state decided to impersonate George W. Bush's vocabulary?

Beefy Culture

Beefy Culture

Dec 24, 2001 Sagarika Ghose

Why is it that those who insist on ancient culture, don't themselves sound cultured?

Her Red's Sexy

Her Red's Sexy

Dec 10, 2001 Sagarika Ghose

Old commies should immediately adopt Arundhati Roy as one of their trendy new avatars. The class struggle...

Old Men At Sea

Old Men At Sea

Dec 03, 2001 Sagarika Ghose

Why do Indians love old age and genuflect to grumpy geriatrics? Perhaps it's a Hindu thing. The Dhritarashtra...

Getting Sentimental

Getting Sentimental

Nov 12, 2001 Sagarika Ghose

Unclear aims -- preaching to seminarists already in a state of electronic siege, ignoring the Indian...

Virtues Of Fallibility

Virtues Of Fallibility

Oct 08, 2001 Sagarika Ghose

Fluent, brave, knowledgeable, democratic, modernist and gently snobby about the Aggarwals and Sharmas.

When Forster Meets Hindutva

When Forster Meets Hindutva

Sep 03, 2001 Sagarika Ghose

The result's a Riot. But far too clinical, Tharoor's 'novel' evokes little.

Liberating Dollars

Liberating Dollars

Jul 09, 2001 Sagarika Ghose

Summer Blossoms

Summer Blossoms

Jun 04, 2001 Sagarika Ghose

Good reading for long summer afternoons

Eating Out

Eating Out

May 07, 2001 Sagarika Ghose

Sagarika Ghose Dines Upamanyu Chatterjee at Pakwan at the Le Meridien

In The Spirit Of Crazy Horse

In The Spirit Of Crazy Horse

Apr 16, 2001 Sagarika Ghose ON E.L. Doctorow ,  Peter Matthiessen

Two of America's literary greats—E.L. Doctorow and Peter Matthiessen—transiting via Delhi after a nature...

Black Comedy

Black Comedy

Apr 09, 2001 Sagarika Ghose

Born to Rann

Born to Rann

Feb 19, 2001 Sagarika Ghose

Weaned on a harsh land, the Kutchi community firmly believes that self-help is the best help