Coping, holding up, getting through, surviving, managing, carrying on and their synonyms are the instinctive verbs I’m ambushed with when asked about our publishing venture adivaani’s well-being in the wake of Covid-19. The assumptions and predictions that my tiny outfit has to have been upended by this crisis are reflexive. The pressure to admit that... Continue Reading →
Find adivaani titles at LeftWord Books Hall no-1, Stall no-15. (Closest entrance gate no: 3) Central Park Mela Ground, Salt Lake, Karunamoyee crossing, Kolkata Wed, 29 Jan, 2020 – Sun, 9 Feb, 2020 / 12 – 8 PM Two out of print titles: We come from the Geese and Angor are back in stock as well.
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A new interview with our Executive Director. Find it in The Telegraph: a. In the website of the newspaper: My life. My telling, In my voice b. Or get the pdf of it as it was published: The Telegraph, June 16, 2019
Pilgrimage is bearing witness—to an intangible presence in places or objects we call sacred. It is an interaction with that which is marked as hallowed. The goal of pilgrimage is to establish a connection, a union with that presence. With these words I opened a presentation in Nicosia, Cyprus, in December, 2016. They are in... Continue Reading →
A review of Nzanmongi Jasmine Patton’s A Girl Swallowed By A Tree written by Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar... Nzanmongi Jasmine Patton’s book, A Girl Swallowed By A Tree: Lotha Naga Tales Retold, is a collection of thirty folk tales from the Lotha tribe (or indigenous community) of Nagaland. In her introduction to the book, Patton writes:... Continue Reading →
Catalogues attract catalogues—who knew? We had just finished Mark Elliot's exhibition catalogue—Another India: Explorations and Expressions of Indigenous South Asia, when Alpa Shah, who'd been to the exhibition contacted us to collaborate on another one. The London School of Economics, Department of Anthropology and the School of Oriental and African Studies, SOAS, at the... Continue Reading →