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Monday, Jun 17, 2019
Manjula Narayan

Manjula Narayan

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Manula Narayan is National Books Editor at Hindustan Times. She writes on literature and popular culture.

articles by Manjula Narayan (148 results)
May 24, 2019 21:54
Poomani’s Vekkai is one of the great Tamil novels of the 20th century. Heat, the English translation of this extraordinary work has just been released. In a telephonic conversation facilitated by translator N Kalyan Raman, the author spoke about the... read more
Apr 19, 2019 21:26
A book that combines history, photography, culture and travel writing, reportage, and political analysis to present a picture of China and the challenges to its rise read more
Mar 22, 2019 20:30
Rich in data backed by lucid explanatory text, The Verdict by Prannoy Roy and Dorab R Sopariwala decodes India’s elections and provides some pointers on who could win the Lok Sabha polls in 2019 read more
Feb 01, 2019 20:07
As always, this year’s Jaipur Literature Festival was where Established India came to rub shoulders with Nobel laureates, Pulitzer prize winners and an adoring reading public read more
Dec 14, 2018 21:24
An excellent book that treats the Hindi film song with the seriousness and respect it deserves read more
Dec 07, 2018 20:48
A short story collection that contemplates the inevitable with an unwavering gaze read more
Nov 02, 2018 21:27
Though Aatish Taseer’s book appears to be about the Brahmins of Benaras, it is actually a look at the continuing aftershocks of colonialism, about India and Bharat, and about the persistence of caste read more
Oct 12, 2018 23:32
A story that examines the nature of love, life, friendship and the quest for happiness in a difficult world read more
Sep 14, 2018 21:04
Erudite and thought-provoking, Chinmay Tumbe’s India Moving shows that the ongoing Great Indian Migration Wave is the world’s largest and longest voluntary migration episode in migration history read more
Aug 10, 2018 21:24
Shot over the last four years on Ritesh Uttamchandani’s iPhone, this photobook features 98 images that reveal Mumbai’s pounding, generous heart read more
Jul 21, 2018 02:04
A nuanced collection of essays on the history, culture and politics of Pakista read more
Jul 21, 2018 02:04
A nuanced collection of essays on the history, culture and politics of Pakistan read more
Jul 13, 2018 20:30
Ramchandra Singh’s prison diary captures the ideological and physical struggles of a young man of the Naxalbari generation read more
Jul 06, 2018 22:27
A fascinating look at objects, relations, acts and places and, through them, the history of desire in India read more
Apr 27, 2018 18:29
Widows of Vidarbha is a powerful book on the wives of farmers who kill themselves after they lose their crop read more