Sagarika Ghose

The convergence of politics, media, and advocacy unfolded in a thought-provoking dialogue at a recent event graced by a distinguished media personality, Sagarika Ghose. The conversation, facilitated by Payal Mohanka, delved deep into the multifaceted journey of the guest, shedding light on her experiences, perspectives, and aspirations. Amidst the backdrop of intellectual exchange, the event commenced with a warm welcome note by Nilisha Agarwal, Ehsaas woman of Kolkata. 

Ruchira Gupta

At a recent episode of An Author’s Afternoon, organised by Prabha Khaitan Foundation at Taj Bengal, Kolkata, Malika Varma, Ehsaas Woman of Kolkata, extended a warm welcome to the attendees and leading industrialist Harshvardan Neotia offered the introductory speech. The person of the hour was author, journalist and anti-trafficking activist Ruchira Gupta, in conversation with writer and translator Anjum Katyal.

Nandini Das

A recent session of An Author’s Afternoon, organised by Prabha Khaitan Foundation, witnessed the presence of author-academic Nandini Das, who is a professor of early modern literature and culture at the University of Oxford. The author of Courting India: England, Mughal India and the Origins of Empire, Das was in conversation with Abhijit Gupta, a professor of English at Jadavpur University. After the welcome address was delivered by Arnab Chatterjee, General Manager of Taj Bengal, Kolkata, the lively discussion got underway.