Supriya Sharma writes on books and curates and edits lifestyle stories for hindustantimes.com
Articles by Supriya Sharma
A discussion on Kashmir, titled How Green Was My Valley at the Jaipur Literature Festival in Jaipur between Kashmiri poet Naseem Shafaie and author Neerja Mattoo concluded that resilience and optimism were a part of the nature of the people of the state.
Before Jaipur Literature Festival 2017 starts, we ask writers Namita Gokhale and Tishani Doshi to pick out the sessions they are looking forward to the most.
Updated on Jan 17, 2017 02:48 PM IST
Hindustan Times | ByAruveetil Mariyam Alavi and Supriya Sharma
In his memoir, Khullam Khulla, actor Rishi Kapoor comes across as the straight arrow that he is known to be as he walks the reader through his life, warts and all.
An exhibition of Jitish Kallat’s works from over two decades is on display at the NGMA
Avni Madhani decided to create awareness about the simple lifestyle changes that can prevent type-2 diabetes after three people in her family died because of the disease.
An ongoing exhibition showcases images of everyday India seen through the perspectives of an Indian and an American photographer
We bring you a list of 10 titles from across genres that have us excited for the New Year.
The ongoing Some Portraits exhibition in Delhi showcases photographs of some of the best creative minds of India taken by famous photographers
A rainbow diet of seasonal fruits and vegetables with plenty of exercise and fresh air will keep you protected from winter ailments
Shahnaz Bashir’s stories draw attention to the human cost of the conflict, and how excessive militarisation has ravaged the lives of ordinary Kashmiris
These recent translations from across genres are the perfect introduction to the prolific author’s vast body of work
People think that celebrity kids are snobbish. That’s not true, says Aishwaryaa Rajinikanth Dhanush. Then, she treats us to her favourite Rajini joke…
Karan Mahajan’s new novel, a fictionalised account of the Lajpat Nagar bomb blast, has been shortlisted for the US National Book Awards
Tamil translator N Kalyan Raman talks about the craft of translation and the neglect of the genre
In an exclusive video interview with Brunch, Mahajan talks about his relationship with Delhi, his memories of the Lajpat Nagar blast, the research he put into the book and how it’s not autobiographical.
These are songs that quintessentially talk about the break-up and not the disappointments that comes with the heartbreak associated with it.
TV actor Shama Sikander and singer Honey Singh opened up about their struggles with bipolar disorder earlier this year, bringing the illness into limelight. But manic-depression still remains largely unknown and misunderstood.
Two new books look at great Indian epics in a new light. While Sita emerges as her own hero in one, the other has Draupadi leave heaven for New Delhi
The latest entrant to the world of Indian detectives, Sohini Sen, is an alcoholic, world-weary cop, in pursuit of a psychopath
On World Translation Day, we spoke to five translators, who translate regional literature into English, on the challenges that are a part of their job
On World Translation Day, we bring you a very short (and by no means definitive) list of recent books by Indian authors in translation that are brilliant and deserve to be read
Poet TS Eliot had a cheery side. That’s right! The author of The Wasteland and The Hollow Men didn’t
What is it like to attend an evening of literary speed dating? Read on to find out
If you’ve never read King or know not where to start, fret not. Help is here.
In the season of book adaptations, we list our wishlist of stories that would make for fantastic TV
Kiran Manral’s new novel, a ghost story set in a hill station, has some scary moments.
A quick getaway on her own cheers the actor up when she is feeling low
The Brunch cover story (August 7) called out body shaming of all types. We take the conversation forward and look at thin shaming, which, though less talked about, is just as damaging to those subjected to it
Selection Day follows the lives of two talented, budding cricketers from a Mumbai slum who seek to find a way out of poverty by making it big in the game
At 29, Anu Vaidyanathan became the first Asian to complete the Ultraman Canada triathlon. Her memoir, Anywhere But Home, is a fascinating account of her journey.