Taal Gaach or The Palmyra Tree was published as part of Shishu Bholanath (Child Bholanath) brought out in 1922. The poem has an inbuilt cadence and …The Palmyra Tree or Taal Gaachh by Rabindranath
Shabana Azmi: ‘To me, my cultural identity is much stronger than my religious identity.’The Oldest Love Story – In Conversation with Editor Rinki Roy
Yes! It is vacation time, and we are all able to travel at last. Though the pandemic which had closed borders for us seems to be evolving as an …We are All Going on a Summer Holiday…
Perhaps, it is time to find that fallen star popularised by pop singer Perry Como is 1957. Optimism glimmers faintly, sometimes even conceals itself, in a world passing through a dark phase in history. For instance, few of us would know that we might find more answers to tackle climate change as dinosaur fossils (from the time an asteroid hit the planet) have been unearthed recently. That sounds like solutions can be had to what was perceived as inevitable doom.
Announcing our first anthology …Catch a Falling Star…
Tagore empathised with the suffering of humankind. Out of it was born Sriniketan, a project that hoped to initiate a slow merger of differences and …
A translation of Tagore’s poem Ebar Pherao More, translates as ‘Take me Back‘Tagore: ‘Take Me Back to the Edge of Civilisation’
Was he a poet? A writer? A humorist? A social reformer…
Featuring translations and interviews on Tagore as a humorist and a social reformer.Celebrating Tagore
Despite this being the season of multiple new years around Asia, we cannot close our eyes to the skies that connect all the world like a blue dome. Though celebrations and humour continue to lighten the darkness of war, while Ukraine is being wrecked, can we turn our faces towards only festivities? … (Click here to read)For the People, Of the People, By the People￼
“Against the assault of Laughter, nothing can stand.” — Mark Twain, The Mysterious Stranger A sketch by Edward Lear: Courtesy: Creative Commons …Can Laughter be Weaponised?
Featuring poetry by Ukrainian war victim Lesya Bakun, Rhys Hughes, Ron Pickett, Michael R Burch, Kirpal Singh, Suzanne Kamata, Mini Babu, Malachi Edwin Vethamani, Sybil …“How Many Times Must the Cannonballs Fly…?”
Celebrating the completion of two years of Borderless Journal —
“…At the start of the third year of our existence, let us march onwards towards renewed hope – maybe the Ukraine experience will take us closer to a war-free world with an awakening of a felt need for peace and compassion in a planet without borders…”Where Have All the Sunflowers Gone?