Profile of Sunil Khilnani
Khilnani’s latest book, Incarnations: India in 50 Lives, sieves through the uncatalogued heaps of Indian history and picks some shining gems
The beginning of the fourth largest religion in the world.
A Voice In The Air
Owner Transfixed By Goose
Cosmos, Temple And Territory
The Open Well
The Discipline Of Deeds
The Ring Of Power
On Not Violating Good Judgement
The Dark-Fated One
‘Have You Been To Chalkad?’
‘Hey, you! Listen!’
I Go The Other Way
Soldier Of Non-Violence
Catching The Ocean In A Cow’s Hoofprint
‘Kingship Is Strange’
Sniper Of Sacred Cows
Rani Of Jhansi Bad-Ass Queen
A God Without Qualities
It's Indian democracy's most severe test yet, warns the celebrated author of 'The Idea of India'
Absorbing the world,and re-inventing it
No society, especially a noisy, disparate, ill-tempered and internally unequal democracy like ours, can ever hope to function on auto-pilot, in the belief that someone, somewhere, is doing the understanding on our behalf.
Indianness cannot be a fixity or a dogma. It remains with us as a magic puzzle