Posted in Arts, India Tags: India, Literature, new aesthetic, Nine Lives, non-fiction, pluralism, short story, William Dalrymple
Posted in Arts, India Tags: Balvinder Singh, Buddhism, City of Djinns, Dalai Lama, devadasi, Hinduism, In Serach of the Sacred in Modern India, In Xanadu, India, Jain nun, Jainism, Literature, Mataji, McLeod Ganj, monk, Nine Lives, pluralism, Prayogmati, Rajasthan, religion, sallekhana, The Nun's Tale, the writer, travel writing, William Dalrymple
Posted in Arts, Britain, India Tags: Art, British, colonialism, exhibition, Holi, India, Indian, Jai Vilas, karnia, London, Maharaja, paan, pluralism, Raj, Rajasthan, Tara, Udaipur, V & A, Victoria and Albert Museum, visual art, William Dalrymple
Posted in Arts, India Tags: Buddhism, Buddhist, Fiction, India, mantra, Matilda, McLeod Ganj, moments of being, monk, Monty Python, Mrs Dalloway, prayer flag, Tibetan, To The Lighthouse, Tsuglagkhang Complex, Virginia Woolf, walk
Posted in Britain Tags: anonymity, Arthur's Seat, bath, choice, communal, Edinburgh, First World, freedom, Heathrow, home, India, job, Kiran Desai, London, pidgin Hindi, population, Scotland, sharing, The Inheritance of Loss, The List, Third World, Virginia Woolf, writing
Posted in India Tags: Agni, arranged marriage, baraatis, bindi, Brahmin, didi, dowry, Hindu Vedas, Hindu Wedding, India, kajal, kumkum, mehendi, party, payal, Puja, sari, shardi, sherwani, sindoor, tilak, toe-ring, turban, white horse
Posted in India Tags: arranged marriage, bindi, Brahmin, caste, daal, food, haldi, Hindu gods, Hindu Wedding, India, Indian window, Indian women, Jatav, love marriage, Marwari, matrimonial advertisement, pagal, party, Rajasthan, sari, Scheduled Caste, thali, Times of India
Posted in India Tags: caste, Dalit, India, Indian village, Sambhali, school, teaching, tiffin, uniform, untouchability
Posted in India Tags: Arundhati Roy, Attari, boarder, Bollywood, gulab jamun, India, Indian, Indian flag, Jane Fonda, Marwari, Pakistan, patriotism, Punjab, Rajasthan, Republic day, Salman Rushdie, Sambhali, selfhood, Shri Badal Chand Sugan Kanwar Balika Senior Secondary School, Wimbledon
Posted in India Tags: caste, Dalit, India, Indian village, poverty, Sambhali, school, teaching, untouchability
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