Kashmir: Through the Looking Glass

A visit to Kashmir brings home the dual identity of the valley

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Dark Night of the Soul: The Art of Appupen

When artist and writer George Mathen, who writes under the nom de plume Appupen, burst on to the Indian graphic novel scene with his 2009 book Moonward, what immediately caught the eye were the stark black and white images of his panels. An experimental narrator, Appupen’s books don’t deal much in words. Unless strictly necessary,... Continue Reading →

In the Mountains

I was born just thirty years ago, but I’ve wandered a million miles already. Along the River through the green grass on the banks, out to the borderlands where the red dust roils, Chewed herbs, cooked up alchemical elixirs, trying to become an Immortal. Read all the Writings, chanted the Histories aloud, trying to learn... Continue Reading →

The Supersonics: Mach 2

  This article first appeared in the August-September 2014 issue of Time Out Delhi **** First, the news. Calcutta’s finest, The Supersonics, have an album out, Heads Up, and it’s the best thing you’ll hear all year. Five years since their scene-making debut, it’s been a long wait for the band once dubbed the future... Continue Reading →

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