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'Telangana Beauty' 2004 by Thota Vaikuntam, from the book Thota Vaikuntam: The Man and his Women, edited by Sushma Bahl, published by Art Alive Gallery, New Delhi

Renowned artist Ram Kumar paints the landscapes of our souls with his
short stories
Sudhir Patwardhan’s paintings reaffirm the role of the artist as a visionary and healer
Jyotindra Jain reviews Raja Ravi Varma: Portrait of an Indian Artist
The melding of Indian, Safavid and European styles in Mughal Arts
John H. Bowles reviews The Sensuous and the Sacred: Chola Bronzes from South India

Rukmini Bhaya Nair’s Yellow Hibiscus: New and Selected Poems
Darius Cooper on Arun Kolatkar’s last ode to the Kala Ghoda universe
Jane Bhandari finds Jerry Pinto’s and Marylin Noronha’s collections of poems “cathartic”
Prayer Flags: Sudeep Sen’s book of poetry, photography and audio reading
Shyamal Bagchee seeks the truth of the body and landscapes in his erotic poems

Kazuo Ishiguro damns the education system in his latest novel, Never Let me Go
The Tiger Claw: Shauna Singh Baldwin’s fictional account of a true story of a
female spy
Shashi Tharoor paints evocative pictures of literary masters in Bookless in Baghdad

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