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‘Krishnayan’: The women in Krishna’s life talk about him in this bestselling Gujarati novel
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· Feb 03, 2021 · 05:30 pm
Gujarati writer Dhumketu’s renowned short stories are now available in this translated collection
· Jan 28, 2021 · 05:30 pm
Jayant Meghani (1938-2020): Remembering the meticulous bookseller of Bhavnagar
· Dec 19, 2020 · 12:30 pm
How the Bombay plague shut down a human book factory: The life and death of Narayan Hemchandra
· Dec 13, 2020 · 12:30 pm
How an Anglo-Gujarati newspaper kept publishing through the Bombay plague and into the 1980s
· Aug 28, 2020 · 08:30 am
How the name of a Gujarati language printer and publisher who died in the plague lives on in Mumbai
· Jun 28, 2020 · 08:30 am
How a Gujarati cookbook came to symbolise love and gratitude during the bubonic plague in Bombay
· Jun 13, 2020 · 10:30 am
‘Why only Gujarati?’ Mamata Banerjee questions lack of regional language options in IIT-JEE exam
· Nov 06, 2019 · 06:48 pm
‘I don’t see translation as something done for glory. It’s a very serious business’: Rita Kothari
· Jul 06, 2019 · 07:30 am
A modern, abridged retelling of ‘Saraswatichandra’ offers a debatable way to read a classic
· Jul 28, 2018 · 07:00 am