26/11, 9/11, 7/11-these dates that have changed the way we see ourselves and those around us, and not for the better. It’s about time we had an honest conversation on religion, race, caste and mindsets that divide us.
In this collection, writers from India, Sri Lanka and Pakistan-Gulzar, Elmo Jayawardena, Manjula Padmanabhan, Poile Sengupta, Komail Aijazuddin, Bulbul Sharma and others-write about various kinds of conflict in our society and history. There are poems that articulate pleas for peace and understanding and stories that make us sit upright and contemplate our own actions in this world. Some pieces are dark, others full of hope, and some outright funny as they portray mindless bigots for what they are.
This book shows us that there may be a way for us to understand different viewpoints better, after all.
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