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Himal Southasian is Southasia’s first and only review magazine of politics and culture. Retweets are not necessarily endorsements.
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ICYMI: A short story by Jessica Faleiro, 'On Sernabatim beach'
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Our theme this week is . Here's a piece from our by Niranjan Kunwar on prioritising arts education in times of disaster.
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Jaffer Abbas Mirza Feb 14
Celebrating chauvinism : Himal Southasian by
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Alok Bahadur Feb 15
From the array of propaganda films that came out of Bollywood in 2018, N. Siddiqui's turn as Bal Thackeray is nearly the most bewildering. Read "Celebrating Chauvinism" by Rutuja Deshmukh in Himal Southasian
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Iftikhar Alam Feb 15
Replying to @Himalistan
Catchline:”we cannot place our identity in a fixed area, as there are too many things that have happened.” Interesting stuff on 👍🏼
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South Asia Times Feb 15
On the Indian Coffee House and the 16th-century Sufi saint who introduced the beans to the Subcontinent. Via :
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ICYMI: Rutuja Deshmukh on Shiv Sena founder Bal Thackeray .
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New in Himal: A short story by Jessica Faleiro, 'On Sernabatim beach'
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Himal Southasian Feb 16
Our theme this week is . We compiled a few readings on on visual arts in Southasia.
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Himal Southasian Feb 16
Check out this week's newsletter and catch up on our latest work!
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Himal Southasian Feb 16
New in Himal: “She’s afraid to look at me as much as I’m afraid to look at her, even though she’s too young to know for a fact what I already know.” A short story by Jessica Faleiro, 'On Sernabatim beach'
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Himal Southasian Feb 16
Our theme this week is . Here is a piece from our by Manjula Padmanabhan on cartooning, stress and laughing at death.
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Himal Southasian Feb 16
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Himal Southasian Feb 15
New in Himal: A short story by Jessica Faleiro, 'On Sernabatim beach'
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Himal Southasian Feb 15
Keen on writing about the for Southasia’s only magazine of politics and culture? Be a part of our growing coverage of the country - from elections to free speech to corruption and more. For submission guidelines:
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Iftikhar Alam Feb 15
Catchline:”we cannot place our identity in a fixed area, as there are too many things that have happened.” Interesting stuff on art 👍🏼
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Himal Southasian Feb 15
Bal Thackeray in Bollywood, origins of Indian Coffee House, visual arts in Southasia, and more! Our latest newsletter is now out. Read and catch up on our latest work. And subscribe to the newsletter if you haven't already:
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Geoff Aung Feb 15
Replying to @ShubhangaP
I should have added: Burma *is* in “Southasia” per Himal, which is one reason I’ve always been drawn to Himal 👍🏾
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Himal Southasian Feb 15
New in Himal: “She’s afraid to look at me as much as I’m afraid to look at her, even though she’s too young to know for a fact what I already know.” A short story by Jessica Faleiro, 'On Sernabatim beach'
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