This tiny station doesn’t feature in most Mumbai narratives but Mahim is full of the rich, unspoken connections that make this city.
I didn’t enjoy this book about the Kohinoor but it did make me reflect on colonisation in the modern times.
Vulnerability is a magic spell drawing us into its space, that strips illusions, entices us into dancing naked with shame-free selves.
In India, you’re not allowed to be a woman who can’t cook. The pandemic brought me ways to navigate this and a new appreciation of food.
FLAMINGOS is the story of two realities (flight & bondage) juxtaposed in a corner of Mumbai’s forgotten history.
You’re out to dinner on Friday night. It’s nothing exciting, nothing new. Till you look over to the next table.
Have you ever had an office spouse? I did back when Indians were shy about gender, relationship labels and women in the workplace.
What does Benazir Bhutto have to do with me? We women of the subcontinent. My sisters, my friends.
What are the consequences of cheating? What does infidelity do to us and where do we go from there?
We treat infidelity differently depending upon the gender of the cheater. How can we hold a uniform idea of justice across genders then?