Indian literature: ghosts, ubiquitous destitute people, two disturbing books – Asialyst

Indian literature ghosts ubiquitous destitute people two disturbing books

On a street in Calcutta, capital of West Bengal in northwest India. (Source : Flickr) The novel wounds of the dead takes us from the depths of the Indian countryside to the afterlife, while the news of The Awakening of the Nothing plunge us into the slums of Calcutta. Banyan editions, a small house specializing … Read more

GODAWAN, THE INDIAN ARTISANAL SINGLE MALT, TAKES OFF IN DUBAI

Diageo India launches Godawan, its artisanal single malt whisky, in international markets BENGALURU, India, June 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Following the successful launch of Godawan in Jaipur, India, Diageo India is set to introduce the tradition and culture of Rajasthan to the world by bringing this outstanding single malt to various markets around the world. … Read more

Indian artist visiting Israel creates an altar that sings of the 3 religions

Indian artist visiting Israel creates an altar that sings of

Jerusalem now has a temple shared by the three monotheistic religions. Created by an Indian artist visiting Israel, it is located on the terrace of Muslala, an urban site on the roof of the emblematic Merkaz Clal building in the city center. The space, a wooden meditation structure originally built for Israel’s Midburn Festival and … Read more

Binance Raises Cryptocurrency And Blockchain Awareness Among Indian Investors

Cryptocurrency exchange Binance has announced the parallel launch of three major educational initiatives to accelerate the education of Indian investors and students on the cryptocurrency and blockchain ecosystem. Acknowledging the importance of investor awareness of cryptocurrencies and blockchain, Binance pointed out that Indian regulators and policymakers cite lack of education as a concern, which is … Read more