We are a small team trying to sift through the available research (Archaeology, Anthropology, Religion and Art History), to present humane accounts of a shared culture.

Durga studies the material and ethnographic material to weave together a tapestry of past narratives in South-Asia. Akash researches stone-tools and ancient landscapes to bring to light the cultural connect between the past and the present. Our podcast, “Chippin’ Away” is a chip off the old block, in re-analysing what we know, and how we know it – to work towards better, and inclusive ways of knowing.

The name “Kalemighty” is quite arbitrary, and could be a play on the words “calamity” and “almighty”; thus nudging us to think how one piece of information or data could have multiple sides and interpretations!

Our newsletter “Kali-Mati” (The Black Earth) is set to be slated soon. Please fill in your contact details in the contact form below, to be a part of the conversation and to receive the newsletter. In the meantime, try some kale in your tea, and keep chippin’ away!

Glad to have you here!

We strive to connect the relevant strands between the academic and non-academic sources of study through cultural studies. We are here not to critique, but to develop open dialogues around the study of culture – past and present.

We will be thrilled to have you on board as a contributor for the blog, or as a guest on one of our episodes for Chippin’ Away podcast.

Send us a line, or fill out the contact form!

P.S: We are just starting out, and are unable to offer any remuneration at the moment.



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