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Hanita Bhambri’s new single, ‘I Tried’, is a journey from heartbreak...

After the instantaneous success of her first single, ‘Let Me Go’, Hanita Bhambri’s journey with music is only just beginning. Citing Damien Rice as...

Shantanu Anand and his chapbook of poetry: exploring identities, gender and...

An individual is made up of a number of identities. Some that one inherits, some that one adopts. But how conscious are we of...

Online platform Kahale spreads the joy of Kannada literature + poetry

India’s regional languages are as vast and varied as the subcontinent itself. Atmospheric and distinctive, each language is a conduit of history and heritage,...

Meet the man who created one of India’s largest poetry communities

Decades after John Donne, William Carlos Williams and Langston Hughes, poetry is having a moment again, as clearly evidenced by the immense popularity of Rupi Kaur...

An Instagram poet who gets you like no one else does

Fans of poetry, meet Mehek Malhotra. This twenty-something Mumbai-based poet is lighting up Instagram with her art and words, forging a connection with a...

Poetry reading by Amruta Dongray

Here's Amruta Dongray, author of PASTPRESENT, reading her poem 'Durga' which brings to fore the avatars of a woman and the plethora of powers...

Poetry Reading by Sourav Roy

Sourav Roy, journalist and Hindi poet, reads his poem titled 'Jungle Ke Janwar Aur Vartani Ki Galtiyan' (meaning Animals of the Jungle and Spelling...

The Bengaluru Poetry Festival second edition chases new horizons!

Poetry afficionados are descending on Bangalore for the second edition of the city's poetry festival,with performances discussions and workshops led by award-winning artists and burgeoning local...

Aspiring writers, these 9 online magazines want to publish your work!

Once you’ve written your short story or poem, what next? Who will publish it? Fret not, there are actually plenty of well-known online publications...

The Mansarovar Project: Reviving Urdu Poems + Prose via Youtube

Anyone who thinks that Urdu or Hindi poetry is dead, needs to spend some time watching the Mansarovar Project.Launched by Pune-based Shivam Sharma and...

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