How it Would be to Have ‘Kafka in Ayodhya’
The holy land of Ayodhya holds a special status and has been at the centre of the biggest dispute of the country for decades now. From time to time this long-drawn dispute stirs up the social and political atmosphere of the country but seldom have we moved in the direction of a resolution.
From communal discourse to the judiciary, from the bureaucracy to social and political analysis, this ancient land seems to be caught up in a gridlock of judgement and hatred.
Sounds like a Kafkaesque situation, doesn’t it?
Zafar Anjum, a Singapore-based Indian author and entrepreneur has launched his latest book Kafka in Ayodhya – a collection of eight short stories.