Making Literature Accessible To All

Priya Bhattacharji, spoke to Nithin Kundathil and Manoj Pandey, on their cool initiative, StickLit A movie character that tweaks our self-identity, embalming literary works that provide succor, compelling narr... Read More...

Nationalism In India

On Republic Day, sbcltr revisits Rabindranath Tagore’s essay on the subject in order to bring out some excerpts that will help you reflect on the idea of patriotism I am not against one nation in particular, b... Read More...

Why You Should Read Virginia Woolf

On her 136th birthday, watch Iseult Gillespie explains how to best understand the novelist How best can we understand the internal experience of alienation? In both her essays and her fiction, Virginia Woolf s... Read More...

Music Gets Her High

Ritnika Nayan talks to sbcltr about her book Indie101 With her 17 years of experience in the music industry, Ritnika Nayan knows exactly what it takes to break into the indie music scene in the country. She ha... Read More...

Unfolding The Saree

A zine that is designed to encourage a positive discourse on the traditional garment and the women who wear it Creatively concocted by Mira Malholtra of design atelier Studio Kohl, Unfolding the Saree is a zin... Read More...

How Rupi Kaur Conquered Instagram

Anamika Chatterjee attempts to dissect the reasons behind the poet's phenomenal success Overthinking, typically, can lead to angst. Rupi Kaur, however, turned it into an art. "As a child, I was an overthinker.... Read More...

Stories of Kashmir’s Women

Majid Maqbool spoke to Freny Manecksha about her new book that focuses on the women of the valley and their struggles to cope with life in a place that is constantly at war Freny Manecksha first visited Kashmi... Read More...