O Alibi of Chronology, in what script/ in your ledger will this narrative be lost?
My favourite new book this year was Manan Ahmed’s Where the Wild Frontiers Are. A review of the book and another (infinitely worse) book is part of the Sunday Guardian’s cover package today. It was what initiated all the suicidal gloom I inflicted you with last week, and why I began reading Said below. Writing this […]
The Hindu sense of time is intense; the importance of time as an agency for change, the sense that things that happen come to fruition at a particular moment- now- pervades the great history called the Mahabharata Wendy Doniger, The Hindus: An Alternate History SouthAsia emerges from prehistory in the grip of two equally frustrating […]