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.
Critically examining the portraiture of Elizabeth I, marking her transition from a Tudor princess to Gloriana.
Examining how the famous ‘Akbari enlightenment’ is refracted in the architecture of the royal citadel at Fatehpur Sikri, and the activities channeled through the structures concerned.
A look at the pro et contra of studying in an adopted city.