Monday, July 8, 2013

Uday Prakash: A writer with a difference

A writer,” he says, “doesn’t have any place in society, in its hierarchy. I feel my dignity when I am in my room, when I am with my books and papers. When I go outside…” He doesn’t finish his sentence. 

Tehelka has a comprehensive coverage of  Uday Prakash, the angst-ridden Hindi writer, who writes with great empathy about Mohandases (the underdogs) and hates the powerful, the rich and New Delhi's well-connected writers  in an odd but intense fashion..

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