Article Comments

  • Quiet and on the edge

    Snehal Sharma, 27 September 2019

    It’s heart breaking! Thank you for actually doing what a journalist should do... because most of our Indian journalists have forgot about their role and are busy in propagating their personal ideologies and biases as news.

  • Hussain Miyan’s last journey

    Saif, 23 September 2019

    Good short story... keep writing.

  • My Japanese parents

    Anuradha Banerjea, 18 September 2019

    A sentimental but nevertheless engaging piece that captures vignettes of a time when India was on the cusp of modernisation. Marred by the author's appalling lack of scholarship - Arnold Toynbee historian and philosopher is the author of A Study of History and not "Alfred " Toynbee.

  • Counting elephants

    Malathi, 17 September 2019

    A beautifully written story about loss and the daily struggle to live with it. The interweaving of the young elephant matriarch was deft and evocative. I look forward to reading the author's new collection.

General Comments

  • Rebecca Johnson Bista, 01 July 2018

    Himal Southasian is one of the best political and cultural magazines available. I wish it was still in paper format as I struggle to read it online, but articles are consistently of an excellent standard covering issues that can't be read about elsewhere, especially in the West. Wonderful publication.

  • Sujata Madhok, 05 May 2016

    Relieved to learn that Kanak Dixit has been released and is better. Wish him and Himal all the best. I am sure you will carry on undeterred. In solidarity,

    Sujata Madhok, Delhi Union of Journalists

  • FUKUNAGA Masaaki, 29 April 2016

    Strong solidarity with Mr. Kanak Mani Dixit who is the founding editor of the Himal.
    When I visited Kathmandu, it became very indebted.
    Calculate the release of Dixit's immediate.
    To protest the unfair intervention in the media by the government.

  • Important resource for intellectuals, students

    Dr Arshad Javed Rizvi, 04 November 2015

    I am a frequent reader of HIMAL SOUTHASIAN and believe that it is one of the very important resources for intellectuals, scientists, educationalists as well as students. It enhances and contributes reliable, scholarly knowledge of contemporaneity Southasia for everyone.

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