Chinki Sinha

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The Castaways

Rover in the driftless area of the outcastes. Writing is a way of deleting.

ART & CULTURE

 |  The Castaways  |   7-minute read

Amitava Kumar on lost loves and the memory of youth

The author talks to Chinki Sinha on his latest, The Lovers — a tale of encounters of love and loss narrated by an immigrant.

ART & CULTURE

 |  The Castaways  |   10-minute read

Why artist Riyas Komu thinks the time has come for Mattancherry's voice to be heard

The co-founder of Kochi-Muziris Biennale talks about his latest curated project.

VOICES

 |  The Castaways  |   13-minute read

ART & CULTURE

 |  The Castaways  |   15-minute read

Stories from the fractured times of a writer who never returned

A visit to noted writer Swadesh Deepak's home.

ART & CULTURE

 |  The Castaways  |   21-minute read

To Nizamuddin, where Rockstars of Allah and I shared songs of love, heartbreak and melancholy

A new film called Mash Up by Pankaj Butalia chronicles their lives from when we left. Watching it made me smile.

VARIETY

 |  The Castaways  |   11-minute read

How a Delhi hip-hop group is reclaiming art and the city

Delhi 17 is one such story of resilience that you stumble upon, and there are many more to be heard.

VOICES

 |  The Castaways  |   8-minute read

What sari means to me. Why Raveena Tandon's tweet was irritating

Why must the sari now be dragged into a controversy regarding religion?

VOICES

 |  The Castaways  |   10-minute read

What my stalker wanted

Rape and other attacks are weapons of choice for men who can’t get past rejections. It is a power game.

ART & CULTURE

 |  The Castaways  |   10-minute read

Met Gala 2017: Why no ode is enough to define designer Rei Kawakubo

To understand her, one must see her as Persephone, the wanderer, and as a poet.

VOICES

 |  The Castaways  |   16-minute read