Kajal has been historically used to shield wearers from the effects of the evil eye, reversing its harmful gaze. In the same way, Kajal Magazine rebuffs the damning scrutiny of onlookers to create a space for the South Asian diaspora to raise their voices. We focus on creation, curation, and commentary. Our magazine is published both online and annually in print.
Kajal, Vol. 2 explores the intersections of technology and faith, or the lack of. Over 20 writers and artists came together to produce short stories, poems, paintings and more that explore the wide gaps and arching bridges between these two subjects.
They ask the question "What do we know?" For, the world is vast and there is so much to understand.
Printed on A5 matte.