Manjiri Indurkar is an independent author with www.sahapedia.org, an open online resource on the arts, cultures and heritage of India. She is a poet-writer from the small central-Indian town of Jabalpur. She is one of the founders and editors of the literary magazine AntiSerious. Her works have appeared in Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, Himal, Indian Express, The Four Quarters Magazine, Scroll.in, […]
We need to remember this: Dalit food isn’t mere sustenance. Dalit food is culture, and it is high time it got its accurate depiction. You can begin your journey of unlearning and learning with this rakti recipe found here.
On World Heritage Day, April 18, a look at a 15th century 'smart city' through the Champaner-Pavagadh Archeological Park, which boasts of some of India's most stunning temples, mosques and visionary water installations.
The narrators of this novel, twin sisters, who have, much like Dhar, grown up in the Kolkata of the ’80s and the ’90s, and, are exploring spaces within the domestic household for us — spaces that primarily belong to women and women alone.