Monthly Archives: September 2020

15th September, Sarat Chandra Chatterjee

Today is the birth anniversary of Sarat Chandra Chattpadhyay, the greatest novelist that India has ever known, perhaps the greatest in the world, if the impact factor is taken in. He wrote in Bengali and has been the world’s most … Continue reading

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Indian Secularism

My friend Reshmi Bhaskaran asked us through her Facebook posting what secularism was? On the face of things, secularism, by its European definition would be the ineffectuality of religion in the affairs of politics and of public life since ideas … Continue reading

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Detective and the Thriller

Culture, taste, literature/detective Detective vs the thriller Sociology of literary genres August 2020 Last week I finished reading two books on the Amazon kindle, one was a detective story and the other one was a thriller. Women in their early … Continue reading

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