From Feuding Queens to Rebel Sultans, the Dead Are Alive in Manu Pillai’s Books
A young historian explains why the past is full of gossip folks.
This Doctor Used Software for Medical Charts to Plot Trends in Classic Hindi Film Songs
Ab dawa ki jaroorat nahin.
Pop-Poet Rupi Kaur Isn't Worrying About Being Unique
“Plagiarism is such a heavy, loaded word.”
A Photographer Takes the Bull by the Horns in His Jallikattu Series
Ryan Lobo wrestles with the controversial tradition of bull-baiting in Tamil Nadu.
Some Meat Dealers are Smuggling Beef in Sheep’s Clothing
“In restaurants, it’s all called tenderloin, which is a cut. It could be of pork, it could be buff, beef—it could be human for all you know.”
It’s Not Easy Being Green for a Budding Cannabis Entrepreneur in India
The Dankville's founder is determined to create the image of an ideal stoner.
The Holi Pre-Party at a Bhang Theka in Noida
During Holi, this bhang shop brings all the boys to the yard.