Editorial (September 2020)

Sunil Sharma

Be patient where you sit in the dark, the dawn is coming


That sums up the general mood of a beleaguered humanity.

We will all overcome the ongoing global crises of a pandemic, along with its mounting fatalities and attendant issues, including trauma.

There will be light soon.

This issue brings a variety of voices in the general section.

In the special edition, guest editor, Lopa Banerjee, brings together a host of voices that decode what constitutes memory and memoir for the post-modern audiences. An interesting selection!

A long read: Conversation with the noted trilingual poet-surgeon-singer-photographer Rameshwer Singh, as an exclusive. You will enjoy the interaction and insights at the intersecting thresholds of medicine, faith, mysticism, mortality and life.

There is the link to the video series that is an ongoing celebration of the life and legacy of Mahatma Gandhi.

Setu at your service.

We thank all the contributors and our guest editor.

And you, our valued reader---for your continued love and affection.

Please enjoy the cultural spread.

Sunil Sharma,

Editor, Setu (English)
Mumbai Metro Area, Maharashtra (India)

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