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Written and edited for the sophisticated minds of modern India, Open, every week, captures the political, economic and cultural spirit of our times. A smart magazine that makes its readers feel smarter, Open presents the best of narrative journalism in India. Cutting edge writing on politics, economy, society, culture, books, art, cinema and sport makes Open a magazine that is in a permanent conversation with India.
The Rangmanch

The Rangmanch Girls

(L-R) Aditi Vasudev, Shweta Tripathi and Sayani Gupta in Prithvi Theatre's make-up room in Mumbai (Photo: Ritesh Uttamchandani
26/09/2015 7:13 PM IST
Happy Cows And Luxury

Happy Cows And Luxury Milk

By Sonali Acharjee and Ritesh Uttamchandani For the last four months, Adil Khanduja, a Chandigarh-based businessman has been
19/09/2015 11:29 AM IST
The Last Weaver Of

The Last Weaver Of Kodekal

Follow Us On Twitter | This article is from Open Magazine. Like Us On Facebook | Contact HuffPost India By V Shoba Fringed
19/09/2015 8:30 AM IST
Sexual Consent: Yes For The

Sexual Consent: Yes For The Record

Follow Us On Twitter | Like Us On Facebook | This article is from Open Magazine. By Shreya Sethuraman You're with your partner
13/09/2015 8:06 AM IST
A Call To

A Call To Action

Goatherds who use cellphones to gather local information Yadgir is a classic paradox of modern India, where development can
13/09/2015 8:06 AM IST
In Defence Of

In Defence Of Fasting

By Shylashri Shankar A few years ago, I did a 10-day Vipassana meditation course in Jaipur. For the uninitiated, Vipassana
13/09/2015 8:06 AM IST
Sanskrit: A Classical

Sanskrit: A Classical Scene

When Bangalore-based Ravishankar V, a 43-year-old techie, attended a 10-day workshop on Sanskrit at Infosys, he was greatly
05/09/2015 9:24 AM IST
The Right To

The Right To Die

Follow Us On Twitter | Contact HuffPost India Like Us On Facebook | Manish Gala, Kutchhi Visa Oswal Sangh: "Santhara is a
05/09/2015 9:24 AM IST
Playing It Like A

Playing It Like A Girl

Pratima Singh (left) with her three sisters, Prashanti, Divya and Akanksha (Photo: Courtesy, Prashanti Singh) Prashanti and
01/08/2015 8:35 AM IST