A reading by New Delhi-based author Chandrahas Choudhury from his new novel, Clouds (Simon and Schuster), with music performed by Princeton Swara, the University's premeire South Asian performance student group.
Free, no tickets required.
About the Artist:
Chandrahas Choudhury grew up in Bombay and his native Odisha, was educated at the Universities of Delhi and Cambridge, and now lives in Delhi. He writes a weekly column on Indian politics, society and literature for Bloomberg View. Choudhury’s essays and book reviews have appeared in The National, The Wall Street Journal, Foreign Policy, and The New York Times, and he is the editor of the anthology of Indian fiction India: A Traveller’s Literary Companion, published by Whereabouts Press and with a foreword by Anita Desai.
Princeton Swara is dedicated to promoting Indian classical music on campus through student performances, guest lecturers, and full-length concerts featuring the world's leading artists. The performing ensemble studies and shares both Carnatic (South Indian) and Hindustani (North Indian) music.