He was 18 and the time for independence was nigh. A 90-year-old looks back at those heady days.
Eighteen is when the big transition happens, when the past and the future brim with exciting possibilities. And through it all, there was music, rich and diverse, to make life meaningful.
Just like porn is not real life, all news is not real news. It’s time, therefore, to come of age in the 18th year of this century.
We’re wearing the dumb happy of holiday and wearing it well!
What does it mean to come of age? What is an average 18-year-old Indian like? Let’s explore the age of promise.
Artists remember their perception of art and how their world views shaped it when they were 18.
What they cooked, or, didn’t, at 18.
Why are some animals more playful and young at heart than others?
The old dreams still linger on. Is there any such thing as growing up?
Dear readers, EYE is not just sheets of printed stories, it’s a journey that each of you take with us, our authors and their muses week after week. We bring to you some of our best stories from 2017, just in case you missed them, or would like to revisit them.
Bollywood filmmaker Anurag Kashyap on being apolitical, holding up a mirror to society and exploring caste politics in sports in his new film. His latest film Mukkabaaz will release in January 2018.
Malayalam superstar Manju Warrier on her second coming, growing up with dance and why, despite the many setbacks in her life, she remains a happy spirit.
In India for a literary festival, Irish-Canadian novelist Emma Donoghue on taking control of her material, making friends with history, and her first book for children.
Two lawyers, who have performed as a drag queens in a number of queer events in Delhi for the past few months talk about their love for drag, understanding gender roles and how their profession inspired them to embrace their drag persona.
When an Ahmedabad mayor invited architect Le Corbusier to build Sanskar Kendra.