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Khusrau: The shadow of power
Power, then as now, brings its own price. Neither life nor death was kind to this unfortunate son of Jehangir. AROON RAMAN recounts one of the most tragic yet inspiring stories to come out of Mughal India…
Interview


ART FOR A CAUSE
SPARROW flies high
Author and researcher C.S. Lakshmi talks to DEEPA ONKAR about Sound and Picture Archives for Research on Women and the “Songs of Sorrow, Songs of Joy” raffle to be held in Mumbai next week to raise funds for the institution.



TêTE-à-TêTE
‘I write from my heart'
Myanmarese writer Ma Thida, in India for the recent Jaipur Literature Festival, opens up about what it means to be a doctor and an activist and how the two impact her writing.


Music


CULTURE
Thyagaraja in Thailand
It was a deeply moving experience for many as Indian expatriates came together to organise the first-ever Thyagaraja Aradhana in Bangkok…


Food Line


FINE DINING
Spread for the kings
KISHORE AND SMITA IYENGAR go on a culinary journey to check out Mewar's gastronomic repertoire!


Book Review


COOK BOOK
A meal in a jiffy
A refreshingly young perspective on how good food can be cooked with little effort.


Fitness


FITNESS MATTERS
It's all in the mind
The mental potential is limitless. There really is nothing to stop you from doing or being what you want.


Travel


GET AWAY
Sounds of silence
Spend a quiet retreat in the hills of Wayanad, listening to nature conduct its rich symphony…


TIME OUT
Splendour in stone
The temples and statues of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom still weave a mysterious spell across the centuries…


Issues


INCLUSION
Moy Moy goes to school
Children sometimes don't accept those with special needs… they only conform to a widespread pattern of isolating them, says JO CHOPRA


Columns

BAREFOOT
By Harsh Mander
These eight long years

MEDIA MATTERS
By Sevanti Ninan
Changes in cyberspace


By Suchitra Behal
In passing

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
Sense and certainty

OFF TRACK
By Sriram V.
Subbunagam's story



Tribute

Influential Indologist
The passing away of the French scholar Madeleine Biardeau, translator of the Ramayana and an outstanding specialist of the Puranas, is a loss to understanding Hindu India…


Lifestyle


INDULGE
Some like it hot
Talented bartenders across the country share their favourite recipes for cocktails that tap the warm spirit.


VANITY FAIR
Edgy and provocative
Banana Republic reinvents the notion of physical and emotional chemistry with new fragrances for her and him: Republic of Women and Republic of Men. Elegant with an edge and subtly provocative, the two fragrances encourage modern souls to ...


Health


EAT SMART
Hide the cookie jars
Don't let food tempt you to eat more than you should.


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