18 Light Year Litterateur
On her 200th death anniversary, all that Jane Austen continues to inspire
24 Forever Even If Faded
The myth of the Bolshevik revolution, which spread to the far corners of the world, was
by the Soviets. It has lost much of its sheen, but its echoes may never die down.
34 Shell Shocks of Legacy
On the 100th birth anniversary of Indira Gandhi, a look at what she created and destroyed
68 The Tree Grew Arms
The Champaran satyagraha and the Naxalbari movement are separated by half a century and
considered to be two different national phenomena. Yet, a thread of continuity links them.
136 Children of Saga
An interview with noted writer-lyricist Javed Akhtar about India’s timeless cinematic
landmark—Mother India, which was released in 1957
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