Mukul Kesavan - Bangalore Literature Festival (BLF)

Sessions

Day 1
12:45 pm – 8:03 am
Tughlaq

The Remains of Liberalism

Ed Luce, Mukul Kesavan with Manish Sabharwal

Day 1
5:30 pm – 8:03 am
The Red Couch

Majoritarianism and the Indian Democracy

Mukul Kesavan and Srinath Raghavan

Bio

Mukul Kesavan is an Indian historian, novelist and political and social essayist. His first book, a novel titled – Looking Through Glass (Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1994) received international critical acclaim.
In 2001 he wrote a political tract titled 'Secular Common Sense' published by Penguin India.

Kesavan's book of cricket, Men in White, was published by Penguin India in 2007. He wrote, The Ugliness of the Indian Male and Other Propositions published by Black Kite. The book is a collection of essays on a wide variety of themes ranging from Indian films to Indian men to travel writing and even political commentary. His latest book, titled Homeless on Google Earth (2013), published by Permanent Black is a collection of several previous columns and opinion essays alongside some previously unpublished essays.

His columns have appeared in The Telegraph, CricInfo Outlook Magazine, Mint and several other periodicals and journals.