As one recovers from the heavy hearts left behind after a brilliant week of Durga Puja fun and festivities, here’s a little throwback with a short story, ‘Earthward Bound’, by writer Nayanika Mahtani.Read More
Emotional intelligence is born largely in the neurotransmitters of the brain’s limbic system, which governs feelings, impulses, and drives.Read More
Novy Kapadia’s ‘Barefoot to Boots’ reveals the glorious legacy of football in India. The book also offers valuable insight into the future of the sport in the country.Read More
‘The Suriani Kitchen’ gives us a glimpse into the fascinating kitchen of the Syrian Christians of Kerala with their unique stories of cooking and mouth-watering dishes.
The extraordinary figure he was, revered and followed by many, Bapuji followed a simple, ordinary lifestyle.Read More
“Well, science and religion are not competitors, they’re two different languages trying to tell the same story. There’s room in this world for both.”Read More
The story of Mahabharata has been retold countless times through generations and one instinctively comes to identify it with the great battle of Kurukshetra.Read More
‘Origin’ by Dan Brown, which is the 5th installment in Robert Langdon’s adventures, is based on Langdon’s travels in Spain.Read More