By Neshat Quaiser
Qurratul‘ain Hyder’s stream of thought originated from a deep sympathy with the feudal culture, and it was this foundational stream of her thought which was the primary motivation that made her write the novel.
By Isti Bhattacharya
In the new world we could encourage smaller businesses that pollute the world less, we could break up with our fast-paced consumerist lifestyles, we could vote for governments who care more about their migrant labourers.
By Mujeeb Jaihoon
What was Tamerlane doing in the city of Peter? Geographically and chronologically, both kings had no remote chances of meeting. How then did the blue dome look like the Gur-e-Amir Mausoleum?
By Atreyee Majumder
Perhaps, we have been completely, totally, missing the point. That all the while, we were talking from our armchairs. Now that we are physically incarcerated in our armchairs, our inner wars are showing.
By Malvika Sharma
The Aurat in Schreiner, Wollstonecraft and Azmi are marching towards this freedom to become a part of a larger freedom for the mankind. They dream and aspire to be free so that there can be equality.