In ‘Branded in History’, Ramya Ramamurthy explores how colonial Indian brands — both home-grown and foreign — were produced, distributed and marketed.
In ‘Competing Nationalisms’, Rajshree Chandra shows how Jagat Narain was a Hindu nationalist, but not a violent one.
In ‘Desperately Seeking Shah Rukh’, Shrayana Bhattacharya writes about talking to the women fans who made SRK a superstar in the 1990s and their domestic hardships.
In 'Nehru: The Debates that Defined India', Tripurdaman Singh and Adeel Hussain highlight the former PM's encounters with his contemporaries.
In 'Modi's India', Christophe Jaffrelot takes a panoramic, yet detailed view of Modi's politics that transformed India.
In ‘Ancient India’, Upinder Singh tells readers to abandon simplistic stereotypes and instead think of ancient India in terms of coexistence of contradictions.
In 'A Silent Revolution', Snigdha Parupudi talks about how the social arm of the TVS Motor Company transformed lives.
In ‘Indian Muslims’, K. Rahman Khan writes that more Muslim religious leaders, especially younger ones, need to promote the message of genuine spirituality.
In ‘Shahjahanabad’, Rana Safvi writes about how the ‘Rang Mahal’ in Delhi’s Red Fort was lit up to celebrate Diwali.
In 'Invisible Empire: The Natural History of Viruses’, Pranay Lal tells the story of viruses as major actors across human civilisation.