‘Samskara’ And The Question Of Religious Captivity

‘Samskara’ by U.R. Ananthamurthy (originally written in Kannada) is a novel that raises multiple questions. As pointed out by A.K. Ramanujam ‘question is raised; kept alive, despite possible solutions; maintained, till profounder questions are raised. Answers are delayed until the question is no longer relevant.’ But my point of interest lies in the novel’s treatment… Read More ‘Samskara’ And The Question Of Religious Captivity


A photograph is worth a thousand words. But what about the other thousands of words it leaves behind? What about the thousands of feelings which the photograph transforms according to its own convenience? What about the isolation that a photograph creates around the subject? What is to the right? What is to the left? What… Read More Framed