This World Mental Health Day, let’s bring the conversation closer home. Explore how non-English Indian literature creates awareness on mental crises.
“When my parents tried to financially pressurise me as an intended act of mitigation, I realised how important it was to be financially and socially empowered in order to be able to pursue one’s sexual identity.”
The following poems have been penned by Sneha Krishnan, who is the winner of the ‘Pictures & Words’ contest we held during the International Film Festival of Bhubaneswar recently. Sneha talks about power, resilience and women, through her poetry. So I’m Angry For the voices of dissent that drop dead. For the innocent who are […]