How today’s youth is changing culture of future generations

Over the past few years, youth has been at the forefront of discussions and decisions across the world. Popular world leaders have been spotted at various instances indulging in the power and curiosity of the ever changing youth of the world, calling them the change makers of the future. This emphasis has lead to a […]

G Venket Ram recreates Raja Ravi Varma’s Paintings For his 2020 Calendar Photoshoot

G. Venkat Ram and his 2020 calendar with eleven actresses and dancers has been making headlines for a while now for having recreated Raja Ravi Varma’s paintings for a charitable trust, NAAM founded by actor-director Suhasini Maniratnam. This was to celebrate, “the spirit of Indian womanhood” he said. As many as 11 women including Samantha […]

Women from the Margins : from Faustina Mary Fatima Rani to Bama

Who isn’t aware of Chetan Bhagat, Durjoy Dutta, Nikita Singh or Ravinder Singh? Many people would also consider their work high popular culture but is it so? Moving ahead, we have many other Indian authors that many have no idea about but they exist, oh how they exist. These authors that do not make it […]

Allegory of unheard Dongria Kondh’s (tribal) of Odisha

Under the canopy of Niyamgiri Hills situated in Odisha resides an endangered and unheard group of tribal known to be Dongria Kondh. The forests of Rayagada and Kalahandi are home to 8000 tribals. For these tribals, the hills are home to their God Niyam Raja. These hills are situated miles away from the hustle of […]

New Delhi to celebrate indigenous wool of Kutch with ‘Desi Oon’

New Delhi will see a four-day exhibition ‘Desi Oon’ celebrating the indigenous wool of Kutch at Bikaner House starting from January 10. The exhibition is presented by Khamir, a platform for preserving and facilitating the craft, heritage and cultural ecology of Kutch. The showcase will feature interaction sessions with Kutch’s respected artisans and herders on […]

Swami Haridas Tansen Sangeet Nritya Mahotsav Aims at the Young Audience

The national capital will witness a revival of heritage of Indian classical music and dance via the 19th edition of four-day Swami Haridas Tansen Sangeet Nritya Mahotsav from January 9. The festival aims to rope in the youth as audience and patrons of the classical arts which have taken birth in India. Dedicated to late […]

YouTube, Facebook has Changed the Indian Music Market: Kavita Krishnamurthy

Singer Kavita Krishnamurthy, feels that the independent music scene in India has become “very, very good” now. She expressed her views during the Lakshminarayana Global Music Festival 2020 in the national capital on Saturday. Talking about the impact of internet and social media she further elaborated, “earlier, any singer who had to make a headway as […]

New Delhi World Book Fair 2020 starts in Delhi

The 28th edition of the much-attended New Delhi World Book Fair (NDWBF) kick started at the Pragati Maidan on Saturday. This year hosting more than 600 exhibitors the fair marks Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth anniversary, with its theme ‘Gandhi: The Writers’ Writer.’ “The theme is an attempt to give book lovers a glimpse of how […]