Tamira Obrahm

The author is twenty-four and holds a Master's in Applied Economics from the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She primarily writes poetry and short fiction and has previously published with the online magazine EFiction India and the Hong Kong-based quarterly literary journal Cha.

  • An Open Letter to the Right-Winger Who is Not Wrong

    Dear right-wingers, it is time to prove liberals wrong. We know you are so much more than blindfolded acolytes swearing by gomutra. Remember that with great power comes great responsibility. Your job is not over by having voted in someone with an overwhelming majority: Your task is to keep them on their toes for the next five years to prove that your faith has not been misplaced.

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  • My Grandmother Didn’t Lead a “Woke” Life. But She Died a Feminist

    My grandmother married at 14 and gave birth to her first son at 20. She didn’t live long enough to acquaint herself with the world of “feminism” but she ensured that she raised her granddaughter as a feminist.

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