• “Nicholas Roerich—Legacy & Quest“, Maulana Azad Central Asian Institute, Kolkata, India Publications. 2012.
  • “On Writing“, in Desert in Bloom – Contemporary Indian Women’s Fiction in English (Edited by Meenakshi Bharat), Pencraft International, Delhi, 2003
  • “Bhotia Trade Route as Public Sphere and Role of Cultural Sub-Texts in it“, in Folklore, Public Sphere and Civil Society (Edited by MD Muthukumaraswamy and Molly Kaushal), Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), 2002
  • “Those Who Once Walked Mountains“, India International Centre Quarterly, 2001, reprinted by Orient Longman as The Human Landscape (Edited by Geeti Sen and Ashis Banerjee)
  • “Woodcarvers of Kumaon“, India International Centre Quarterly, Spring 1999
  • “Bhopal Women Say No To Carbide Settlement“, in The Power to Change – Women in the Third World Redefine their Environment Kali for Women – Women Feature Service, 1992

    “And it was Women’s Voices through the Chipko Movement, through the Bhopal Gas Peedit Mahila Udyog Sangathan, through the Green Belt Movement in Kenya that made the violence of development visible.”

    Vandana Shiva, Stories from the Underside Power to Change, Kali for Women, Sunday Times of India Review, p. 6, date unknown
  • “Negotiating Literary Silences – The Mutiny of 1857“, Tehelka Magazine
  • “Parsees put some fire into the belly of Hong Kong History“, HK Standard
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