What Made a Scholar Take Up Arms

Daanish Bin Nabi, tries to understand what made Dr Mohmmad Rafi Bhat turn to violence In the last forty years, Ganderbal in Kashmir has broken peace two times. One, when young Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai, the child... Read More...

Guwahati: Lost and Found

Shaheen Ahmed's photographs aim to build an archive of a city on the brink of change How does one capture the changing legacy of a city as ancient as time and which is now understood as space which has been a ... Read More...

Band Pick: Aswekeepsearching

sbcltr spoke to the band about their global musical journey, their inspiration and the road ahead Ever since they hit the music scene in 2015 with their debut album Khwaab, aswekeepsearching has been gaining a... Read More...

Holi Essential: Vrindavan

Scores of people travel to Vrindavan, Mathura, to celebrate the Hindu festival of colours, Holi. This year has been extra special, thanks to the supreme court judgement that debars women from entering temples. ... Read More...

SBCLTR MIXTAPE VOLUME 10

sbcltr recommends the music you should be listening to right now As we ease into the new year, we are looking at taking the best from the past and moving on into the new. It is no surprise then, that our first... Read More...

Why India Hates Love

How the country treats its lovers is proof that the old vanguards of tradition feel threatened by love, writes Sonali Verma Most people are unbothered while walking past the screen that displays advertisements... 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...