Displaying 10 articles tagged with "Charu Nivedita"
‘Not even the gods can save us any more’
Chennai-based novelist and ArtReview Asia columnist Charu Nivedita despairs over the landslide for Hindu nationalism at the Indian general election
Notes from Madras: India’s Justice System
Charu Nivedita on a jailed kidnapper-turned-playwright who found the road to reform
Rituals, sex and gender identity in India
Charu Nivedita’s ‘Notes from Madras’
Unrest in Modi’s India looks a lot like a pogrom...
Novelist Charu Nivedita on nationalism, vigilantes and persecution in India
Read an excerpt from Charu Nivedita’s
on the bloody aftermath of the assassination of Indira Gandhi and India’s religious tensions
What makes Tamil Nadu film stars think they’re great philosophers and noble politicians?
by Charu Nivedita
Notes from Madras V
Charu Nivedita on prohibition, believing in fate and bad karma
Charu Nivedita's Notes from Madras IV
In which the novelist and critic suggests that a lack of respect for the arts and their propagation is killing Tamil culture
Notes from Madras II
Looking for the uplifting moments India offers to lives lived against a horrifying backdrop of rising crime
Notes From Madras
ArtReview Asia colomunist and Chennai-based novelist Charu Nivedita on the spiritual crater at the heart of Indian society
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