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Shesher Kabita and Brookside

Shillong, specifically Brookside Bungalow plays an important role in Shesher Kabita, a classic novel by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore. The bungalow finds no mention in the book but its natural surroundings – the eucalyptus and pine…

Miraculous Misdeeds!

By Vikas Datta Why do we like crime? Like, that is, in the sense of why we are attracted to reports of lurid incidents in our newspapers and TV bulletins — or WhatsApp forwards or YouTube channels — or, for that matter, the relevance of a…

To mother, with love from the kitchen

Mothers always cook for all their kids, this Mother;'s Day make her feel special with some super tasty delicacies curated by Chef Manish Mehrotra. Almond & Cherry Kulfi Ingredients Fresh cherries, pitted 2 cups Water 1/2 cup Almond…

Your friend by the Zodiac sign

By the time we grow up, friendship gets very complicated. Many lose the person they were once too close to and some become best friends forever in a literal sense. If you go by zodiac signs, then here is a list which will tell you the signs…

Of Teen Turbulence

By N. Lothungbeni Humtsoe National best-selling author, Stuti Changle, unveils her new novel, Where the Sun Never Sets. Published by Penguin Random House India. Set in the context of Covid-19 lockdown, the novel is a riveting personal…

Chrysanthemum’s Colourful Petals

By Vikas Datta Any country or culture's traits would presumably find reflection in its literature. The Japanese, as per foreign perceptions or stereotypes, if you like, are homogenous, exhibit a social and hierarchical sense of identity,…