Saad Ghani writes on Books and Culture, for the daily Entertainment & Lifestyle supplement, HT City
Articles by Saad Ghani
As the living heritage of Shahjahanabad slowly crumbles to dust, take a tour of those parts still standing
A quintessentially Delhi dish, Nahari was originally meant to be eaten on an empty stomach in the morning in cold weather. Get out of bed and tuck in
Born in historic walled city of England, York on September 29, 1907, WH Auden was a poet of general ideas, which were mostly political in nature but there was a discernible virtuosity in his verse.
Deputy director of the Warsaw Rising Museum, Dr Pawel Ukielski, talks about the role of Britain and France in WWII, Warsaw Uprising, and reconstruction process of Poland’s capital.
Egyptian photographer Laura El Tantawy, with her project, In the Shadow of Pyramids, has managed to capture the 18-day-long revolution in Egypt that resulted in ouster of president Hosni Mubarak.
An exhibition called A Phoenix from the Ashes features 30 photographs that depict the tranquil pre-war Warsaw, its destruction at the hands of German Army during World War II and its post-war reconstruction.
Spanish writer Enrique Vila-Matas’ Vampire in Love is a surreal tale that compels the reader to confront the complexities of hopelessness and weariness, but with a touch of humour.
More and more employees are feeling the heat due to their hectic work-life and stiff competition. Here’s how to deal with it.
Born 132 years ago, on September 11, DH Lawrence is more relevant to our age than perhaps he was to his own.
American novelist Ottessa Moshfegh’s Homesick For Another World — a collection of short stories — is filled with dark humour and explores the harsh realities of life.
The families that live on the ground floor of Punjabi Academy — they were evicted from their homes six years ago — are still awaiting the court verdict, their entire existence in a limbo.
Author Jerry Pinto who has won Sahitya Akademi award 2016 talks about his creative process as a writer, occupational hazards of being a writer and why he chose mental health as the subject of his first novel.
This ongoing exhibition in the Capital explores the relationship between man and nature.
Iranian photographer Azadeh Akhlaghi recreates gruesome scenes through staged photograph from Iran’s history to give viewers a glimpse into the country’s atrocious past.