Think Thirukkural is the perfect how-to guide for an ideal society? Think again.
Introducing a series that looks at how women are perceived and portrayed in Tamil literature, films, pop culture and thereby, in Tamil country
A collection of write-ups on love, romance, relationships, and marriage.
Hello, people. Just wanted to say sorry for the break I didn’t warn anyone about. So much has happened since my last post: multiple short-term illnesses, and an eye-opening, passion-fuelling trip to rural Karnataka being the most notable among them. I’ll focus on the latter because there’s nothing to write home about regarding theContinue reading “Back after an unintended break”
A partly fascinating, partly disappointing analysis of how cultural and traditional beliefs colour the lens through which Indian urban women are viewed
Is she The One? Read on to find out.
What’s on your mind, cabbie?
If you are an Indian woman, you are expected to know how to cook. You should be able to whip up delicacies with zero training. But what about those of us who can’t tell the difference between kabuli channa and rajma?
The Miss Universe 2015 fiasco has a lesson for all of us. And no it’s not about the need for good design.
No, I don’t play basketball. And yes, the weather is cooler up here, thank you very much.