I’m a Bangalore based freelance writer whose work mainly focuses on language, culture, history, and how they all intersect.
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You can also find me on Twitter as @SandalBurn, and I also post on Indian linguistics on @TianChengWen.
- Madras Bashai, A Unique Tamil Dialect – The News Minute, June 2019
- Preserving Dakhni Proverbs, An Urdu Professor’s Quest – Firstpost, June 2019
- Girish Karnad and the Death of Literary Multilingual Heritage – Newslaundry, June 2019
- Bangalori Dakhni – The News Minute, September 2019
- The Shift To The Vernacular Shaped How Indians See Themselves – Newslaundry, October 2019
- Indian English, Dictionaries, And Prescriptivism – The Wire, May 2019
- Why It Isn’t Easy to Devise an Intermediary Script for Indian Languages – The Wire, May 2019
- Tulu Nadu’s Byari And Its Struggle For An Identity – The News Minute, May 2019
- The Death Of A Script – The Hindu Sunday Magazine, May 2019
- Across The Netravati – Economic & Political Weekly, April 2019
- Romi Konkani : The Story Of A Goan Script – Firstpost, April 2019
- The Quest For A Malayalam Linguistic Identity – The News Minute, April 2019
- Mapping Tulu – The News Minute, Feb 2019
- How Water Bodies Influenced Life & Language In The Deccan – The News Minute, September 2018
- What A Marathi Idiom Tells Us About Deccan History – The Wire, June 2018