Can silence be heard? Understood?Does it have different tones?Does it have a colour, with different shades?A difference in perception can reveal the answers to all these questions that seek to give a concrete form and tangibility to silence. When the horizons of understanding are widened with the th..
Tales of You, Me and Them, is a collection of eight short stories. A village flows through the heart of the main characters in these stories. The author remembers her childhood and holidays spent in Keeladi, a South Indian village, and lets her imagination flow as she connects her stories to this li..
Three themes bind this collection of eight stories: women, around whom the stories are built, Goa, in which the stories are set, and the popular rhyme, One for sorrow, two for joy, which is used as an anchor; each story, in turn, reflecting the emotions or objects referred to in successive lines of ..
A crook messes up his first murder due
to a misplaced phone call, a tenant grapples with his grumpy ex-landlord to get
back his deposit, a son revels in his father coming out of depression due to a
leopard.An orphan slum boy and his dog caught in Mumbai’s biggest deluge, a young boy's