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வணக்கம். Welcome.

வணக்கம். Welcome.

a space for severely subjective (and slightly lost) souls

trying to make sense of dystopian realities. 


  P O D C A S T  

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EPISODE 1 Nilakantan RS

On Fact, Federalism & Gamifying Democracy

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EPISODE 5 Maria Sledmere

On AI, Poetry & Mythoscapes

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EPISODE 9 Sameer Somal

On Profit with Purpose


EPISODE 2 Mirri Glasson-Darling

On Surreality, Landscape & Literary Fiction

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EPISODE 6 Caitlynn Bailey-Cummings

On Italy, Dolce Far Niente & Thoughtful Travel


EPISODE 10 Inés G. Labarta

On Creative Writing

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EPISODE 3 Prachi Gangwani

On Men, Masculinity & Relationships


EPISODE 7 Sharif D. Rangnekar

On Queer Lit, Pasts & Futures

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EPISODE 11 Living Smile Vidya

On Gender Fluidity &


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EPISODE 4 Lauren Humphries-Brooks

On Filmdom & Feminism


EPISODE 8 Jhani Randhawa

On Time, Language &

The Body


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I deeply admire writers – Lidia Yuknavitch, Rebecca Solnit – who hand you their experience in a way that feels unfiltered, like their heart is an egg cracked into your hand, their hope and their fury: of course, this is a craft in itself.


A lot of my writing, I think, is an attempt to engage with the aspects of being in the world that are hard for me to articulate, to engage with the questions I don’t have answers to. I keep gravitating to questions of home and belonging, with occasionally contradictory answers, or no answers at all: just a desire to keep questioning. Giving shape to the felt, the unknown.


Writer & Artist


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CEO & Co-founder, Essmart


I don't think rural populations in India have the same access to either the quality of education, knowledge, technology, different aspects of life that urban citizens are taking for granted. I thought of this as a problem, not as an opportunity. I felt that I was empowered enough to try and not solve, but at least try and contribute to the solution in some way.




anything handmade is about to become even more valuable

(Thanks to *cough cough* AI) and I love the tactile feel of the thick buttery paint on my brush as I take it to my canvas.  It feels like delicate sensory play. You won’t find that richness anywhere in hue, chroma and texture like you would with oil painting. 




Music Producer, A & R

There is no music without experimentation. A purist approach is death. To all things, not just music. The moment one takes such an approach, the art form is placed in formaldehyde and locked away in a cabinet, a curiosity, a holy relic that has some vague interest only in that it was once living and breathing, once of some importance.



Dr. Kwasu D. Tembo

Academic & Author



Sindhu Rajasekaran (she/her) is an author, filmmaker & academic. Her debut novel Kaleidoscopic Reflections was nominated for the Crossword Book Award, while her latest book of nonfiction is the best-selling Smashing the Patriarchy - A Guide for the 21st century Indian Woman. Sindhu's fiction, poetry & essays have been published internationally by literary magazines, leading platforms, and academic journals. She has produced an award-winning Indo-British feature film, Ramanujan, and has written for the screen. Worked for years as a communications consultant. Done a bunch of disparate things. Thought of starting a theory podcast for ages (and finally has through The Subjective Space). 

She's currently pursuing her PhD in Creative Writing at the University of Strathclyde, where she's a recipient of the Dean's Global Research Award. She's exploring queer South Asian pasts, creative epistemologies & queer decolonial storytelling.

So I Let It Be
Kaleidoscopic Reflections Novel
Sindhu Rajasekaran
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