A left-behind bride fends off unwelcome attentions in a story within a story in Amitabha Bagchi’s latest
In this deeply-researched book, Srinath Raghavan charts America’s contact with South Asia—from the early, uneven gushes to the late Great Power surge
A sanitised version of Karunanidhi’s career throws a halo and avoids his many low points
Planning to update your bookshelf? A guide to new books up for grabs.
A lucid book on this greatest of Indian philosophers is to be lauded. But the attempt at a scientific validation of the assertion about Brahman falls flat.
These two delightful tales from a modern Telugu master use the trope of timetravel to provide a stinging critique of the West and the poison of colonialism