In this essay we engage in emic freethinking, and look at some names from Indian itihāsa in a new light. How many such stories might we find in the Purāṇas, Epics and other texts? And if we did, would we not understand our past better?
In the noise that words with wide circulation receive, their representation is often distorted. ‘Decolonization’ is one such word. Here we share a personal footprint as the writer looks back at his earliest memories, and outlines some essential ramp ways we all can use.