What is believed to be the biggest massacre in the Holocaust, on 29 and 30 September 1941, Nazi Germany took 34,000 Jew lives at the edge of Babi Yar ravine in Kyiv. The Russian poet Yevgeni Yevtushenko gives a detailed account in form of the poem below.
This slim 1955 novel by R.K. Narayan is the best Gandhi Jayanti gift I could have given myself. It transported me to the days of the Independence struggle. The story itself is not really the crux of it, though it is a novel and there is a love story interwoven with the freedom movement. So […] Waiting for the Mahatma — Millennial Matriarchs
In September 1888 a young Gujarati man named Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi set sail for England where he would pursue studies in law. Before he left he made a vow to his mother that while he was abroad he would not touch wine, women and meat. Easier said than done! The challenge began as soon as […] Gandhi the Vegetarian — Millennial Matriarchs