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Blood by Sunil Gangopadhyay, (Translated by Dr. Debali Mookerjea-Leonard)

Originally posted on Kitabi Karwan Navigating your owner static identities is a tricky job. As much as one might fight it, one’s inherited socio-political, and to a large extent, geo-cultural identity is difficult to escape from. Despite living in a hyper-globalised world, the very idea of which is being ironically challenged today, walking away from …


Nehru: The Invention of India by Dr. Shashi Tharoor

Originally posted on Kitabi Karwan History is a cruel master. Ruthless actually. You can never be sure how future generations will view your present, or even what your past was. Hitler is probably the best example of this phenomenon. Let alone Germany, Hitler enjoyed support, both academic and otherwise across Europe. Yet, today he is …