Posts Tagged ‘translation’

Chidambaram had only planned to hack off the man’s right arm. He was aiming for the shoulder, but instead the sickle had sliced through the upper arm, its sharp tip entering the ribs. The severed arm had dropped near his feet. He kicked it away, grabbed the sickle and fled. As he ran, he heard the man’s scream...

कहा जाता है कि भाषा कोई भी हो, उसका आभामंडल उसकी परिधि में आने वालों को प्रभावित करता  है और सभी भाषा के लोग अपनी अपनी...

Kolkata based publishers BEE Books now available on Juggernaut.

Haven't you had a peek, or quickly flipped the pages to the colour plates section, to see what the fuss over the Kama Sutra is all about?

With globalization at its peak, English has quickly become a global language. We have already forgotten our क, ख, ग(s), remembering just the abc(s). Remembering Hindi grammar classes always tends to nostalgia but never to knowledge anymore. So, here is a shoutout to our mother-tongue: where the words are so...

5 Hindi novels by some of the best chroniclers of Indian history to make sense of the India of today

Author Parvati Sharma revisited Jaipur after several years -- and found herself in the company of Bahadur Shah Zafar's ghazals. Read on:

I wrote The Well fifteen years ago. I still feel a kind of dread when I read it today.

Now for the first time in India