Manisha Granthalaya, a little book haven in Kolkata, which debuted in 1964, keeps the Russian spirit alive in India. Table of ContentsSoviet books conquer BengalBehind the scenes of the literary boomThe new beginning
From the proposed recycling of the shell of Madison Square Garden into a new train hall for Pennsylvania Station in New York City to turning the Domino Sugar Factory on Brooklyn’s waterfront into a viable commercial space, architect Vishaan Chakrabarti, with roots in Kolkata and Murshidabad, is transforming the skyline of New York.
There is a craze among a section of Indians to blindly imitate and import the toxic Gender Identity Politics destroying western societies. Indians need not to follow and copy toxic western culture mindlessly. We can achieve prosperity and modernity on our own terms while retaining Indian culture and values.