• Thursday, August 11, 2022


Kalam Writes Fresh History of Hindi Authors in the UK

Sundeep Bhutoria

By: Radhakrishna N S

By Amit Roy After years in England, I feel I have more or less lost the ability to read and write fluently in Hindi which I was once able to do since I grew up as a small boy in Patna, the capital of Bihar, a Hindi-speaking state. I remember only too well that prefects at St Xavier’s had the freedom to beat us if ever they caught us lapsing into the local lingo outside of the vernacular class. That was to improve our spoken English and this admittedly helped greatly when I switched to a school in England. “Just…

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