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EPISODE 58

Catch Manjula Narayan in conversation with Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghvi whose new book, Loss, is a memoir of grief that looks at the deaths of his father, his mother and a beloved p ... Read more

Catch Manjula Narayan in conversation with Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghvi whose new book, Loss, is a memoir of grief that looks at the deaths of his father, his mother and a beloved pet. Lyrical, deeply insightful, and occasionally savagely funny, Loss examines the questions we all grapple with and leads the reader to an understanding of how death imbues life with meaning.  Read more

EPISODE 57

Yudhishtira as a man who hasn't got his due, Karna as a tragic hero, Eklavya as a representative of the marginalised, the horror of Draupadi's cheerharan, Duryodhana's growth from ... Read more

Yudhishtira as a man who hasn't got his due, Karna as a tragic hero, Eklavya as a representative of the marginalised, the horror of Draupadi's cheerharan, Duryodhana's growth from a petty prince to a generous hero, and the Mahabharata as a complex text about good people who don't always do good things and bad people who are sometimes honourable - Arshia Sattar, who has retold the Mahabharata for Children, talks about all that on this week's Books & Authors podcast. Read more

EPISODE 56

Yudhishtira as a man who hasn't got his due, Karna as a tragic hero, Eklavya as a representative of the marginalised, the horror of Draupadi's cheerharan, Duryodhana's growth from ... Read more

Yudhishtira as a man who hasn't got his due, Karna as a tragic hero, Eklavya as a representative of the marginalised, the horror of Draupadi's cheerharan, Duryodhana's growth from a petty prince to a generous hero, and the Mahabharata as a complex text about good people who don't always do good things and bad people who are sometimes honourable - Arshia Sattar, who has retold the Mahabharata for Children, talks about all that on this week's Books & Authors podcast. Read more

EPISODE 55

"To be healthy, eat local, seasonal, traditional. Life is very simple unless we allow the weight loss and food industry to complicate things for us", says Rujuta Diwekar. Catch Ru ... Read more

"To be healthy, eat local, seasonal, traditional. Life is very simple unless we allow the weight loss and food industry to complicate things for us", says Rujuta Diwekar. Catch Rujuta Diwekar, celebrity nutritionist and author of Eating in the Age of Dieting, in conversation with Manjula Narayan, National Books Editor, HT, on this week's Books & Authors podcast.  Read more

EPISODE 54

"To be healthy, eat local, seasonal, traditional. Life is very simple unless we allow the weight loss and food industry to complicate things for us", says Rujuta Diwekar. Catch Ru ... Read more

"To be healthy, eat local, seasonal, traditional. Life is very simple unless we allow the weight loss and food industry to complicate things for us", says Rujuta Diwekar. Catch Rujuta Diwekar, celebrity nutritionist and author of Eating in the Age of Dieting, in conversation with Manjula Narayan, National Books Editor, HT, on this week's Books & Authors podcast.  Read more

EPISODE 53

The unhealed wound of 1984, the Green Revolution, Khalistan, Hindutva's attempts to coopt Sikhism and the double-bind that Punjab is in today... Amandeep Sandhu, author of Panjab; ... Read more

The unhealed wound of 1984, the Green Revolution, Khalistan, Hindutva's attempts to coopt Sikhism and the double-bind that Punjab is in today... Amandeep Sandhu, author of Panjab; Journeys Through Fault Lines talks about all that to Manjula Narayan in this week's Books & Authors podcast Read more

EPISODE 52

The unhealed wound of 1984, the Green Revolution, Khalistan, Hindutva's attempts to coopt Sikhism and the double-bind that Punjab is in today... Amandeep Sandhu, author of Panjab; ... Read more

The unhealed wound of 1984, the Green Revolution, Khalistan, Hindutva's attempts to coopt Sikhism and the double-bind that Punjab is in today... Amandeep Sandhu, author of Panjab; Journeys Through Fault Lines talks about all that to Manjula Narayan in this week's Books & Authors podcast. Read more

EPISODE 51

Manjula Narayan, National Books Editor, Hindustan Times dialogues with Ananth Krishnan, author of India's China Challenge. Listen to this episode as Manjula discuss the complicatio ... Read more

Manjula Narayan, National Books Editor, Hindustan Times dialogues with Ananth Krishnan, author of India's China Challenge. Listen to this episode as Manjula discuss the complications that hurdled the author's way. Read more

EPISODE 50

Manjula Narayan, National Books Editor, Hindustan Times dialogues with Ananth Krishnan, author of India's China Challenge. Listen to this episode as Manjula discuss the complicatio ... Read more

Manjula Narayan, National Books Editor, Hindustan Times dialogues with Ananth Krishnan, author of India's China Challenge. Listen to this episode as Manjula discuss the complications that hurdled the author's way. Read more

EPISODE 49

Manjula Narayan, National Books Editor, Hindustan Times dialogues with RK Raghavan, former head of CBI and the author of 'A Road Well Travelled'. Tune in now and listen to the bone ... Read more

Manjula Narayan, National Books Editor, Hindustan Times dialogues with RK Raghavan, former head of CBI and the author of 'A Road Well Travelled'. Tune in now and listen to the bone-chilling experiences of the former head of CBI. Read more

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