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Opening a Forgotten Chapter

An exhibition offers a glimpse into the cultural heritage of the Rampur state.

Designed for Entante: As UnBox Festival 2014 begins this weekend

From December 12 to 14 at the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, the festival with its tagline ‘All Together Now’, is a call to action.

Shared stories

The tale of African contribution and Indian receptiveness must be told

Tracing Africa’s association with India, back to the 1300s

The images and text are arranged in panels around Mati Ghar, a gallery of IGNCA.

IGNCA archives Ramnagar ki Ramleela

The Ramnagar ki Ramleela is known for no use of sound and light.

Market Forces

Artist Rasmus Nielsen of Danish group Superflex, which has been at receiving end of legal orders and prohibitions for their artistic practices, describes their inspiration.

Enter, Wander and Discover

At INSERT2014, 20 internationally acclaimed artists pose socially relevant questions and show how they facilitated dialogues in their communities.

For the Record

IGNCA’s latest audio visual exhibition is a glimpse into India’s culture.

Royal Treatment,Almost

British Library brings its popular exhibition on Mughals to Delhi,but only a facsimile version

Telling Tales

At Kathakar– International Storytellers Festival,currently on at Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA).

In the Driver’s Seat

A first-of-its-kind exhibition of rare photographs is a tribute to 160 years of the Indian Railways.

Role of Honour

The legendary notes of five Sangeet Natak Akademi fellows were celebrated at a felicitation ceremony by Kerala-based cultural organisation Swaralaya at Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts on Wednesday.

Role of Honour

The legendary notes of five Sangeet Natak Akademi fellows were celebrated at a felicitation ceremony by Kerala-based cultural organisation Swaralaya at Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts on Wednesday.

6 times 6 translates into 180,all children’s stories

One of Assam’s books is Burhi Aair Sadhu,legendary in the state

IGNCA issues notice to hotel group

Under attack for renting out part of its sprawling premises for running a hotel,the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts.