A morning spent at Bengaluru’s Russell Market reminds us of the forgotten art of engaging with familiar strangers, and taking pleasure in hand-picking fruits and vegetables for our everyday needs. Meet its people, and the produce they bring to the table.
This heritage building is a mere shade of what it once was, and a visit doesn’t reveal its historical significance easily. Shivani Unakar and Dhiraj Chilakapaty on the design, structure, and systems of trade within a market that was established to serve the cantonment.
Why are so many women in India still saddled with kitchen chores? Vinay Kumar, who teaches a critical reading and writing course in Bengaluru, writes about the experience of watching 'The Great Indian Kitchen' with his class.