An attempt to capture the sights and senses of Bengal in words.
The Bangali Babu & his representations in the contemporary accounts of 19th century Bengal.
Analysing how social censorship works in India in respect to films “inspired” by history.
Examining the “Ideological Rebellion” in the diaries of two teenagers who lived during the Holocaust.
An interview of a cemetery caretaker in Kolkata, India.
Reviving the second greatest city of the British Empire, Calcutta – through known and unknown Oral Traditions.
An attempt to tell the story of the “Person” Rituparno Ghosh, and not the “Director” – the story of the lone androgynous “Person” who underwent an isolated, and unwavering odyssey for a valorous self-realization; and gave a popular countenance to an ambiguous, and abhorred identity.
A few glimpses of a department trip to Panna, Khajuraho, and Orccha.
An analysis of the ‘colonial’ Nabob in the early days of the British Raj.
A look at Protestantism and the unrest caused in China in the years 1840 – 65.