By Rajib Chakrabarti, Pawan Dhall
Rajib Chakrabarti’s poetry mingled with summer colours helps Pawan Dhall make the most of his day
By Anureet Watta
By Ananya Kar
The child in this poem is each one of us. Do we have the answers to this child’s plea?
By Rajib Chakrabarti
Sniggers at androgyny are a poor purdah on our insecurities, says Rajib Chakrabarti
Rajib Chakrabarti on the twistedness implicit in straightening out the non-linear
By Suchetana Sengupta
"How do you feel?" "Like a blue, blue sky and a train passing by." "Are you on the train?" "I'm the sunset. I painted the sky. He left so I...
By Aparajita Dutta, Shubhrajit Roy
They woke up in the minute curves of my vagina, scared, flustered, baffled, touches and nightmares bewildering the reality; violation is THE rule, resist the circus, laughed the fool. The...
The poet uses Gogyohshi, a form of Japanese micropoetry, to express what he felt when he heard a man ridicule filmmaker Rituparno Ghosh soon after his demise in life and...
A poet’s rebuff to ableism and homophobia