Illustrator Radhaben Garva tells the stories and struggles of rural women from Kutch
From the interiors of Kutch, illustrator Radhaben Garva tells the stories and struggles of rural women.
Is devotion a mere tool, a religious worship or a grand delusion? Thirty artists explore the concept
Artists raise funds for Mahatma Gandhi’s statue at Parliament Square, London.
Artist Shambhavi Singh’s new work continues her dialogue with the farmer and his land
After seven years, Sandhya Mridul returns to television with Private Investigator
The Bihar pavilion at the India International Trade Fair wins gold for its design
Megha Joshi makes mammary glands the focus of her first solo — thus making a point about sexual repression and censorship
The ‘Israeli Pop Art’ exhibition at India Habitat Centre brings back memories of colourful dreams
When asked about the recent changes that Indian cinema has witnessed in the last few years, Kher said, “The best thing to happen to Bollywood is corporatisation, since 2000."
Tailang’s first victim on canvas was Indira Gandhi and since then “no one has escaped his brush.”
All things bright and beautiful are on display as the National Museum reopens its jewellery section after a decade.
The arid land of the world has been a muse for photographer Alfredo de Stefano for years now.
What’s in store at Pet Fed, a festival for pets in the Capital
Soul Pait, a dance production that marries urban contemporary dance with Kalaripayattu, comes to the Capital on Thursday
SH Raza’s bindu finds resonance in abstract artist Murlidhar Rai’s paintings
As the countdown to the Festival of Lights begins, malls in the Capital are keeping up with the festive spirit.
Richa Chadda looks at her journey so far in Bollywood and speaks about her upcoming movie Tamanchey
Artist Anpu Varkey on her latest comic book and the response to her work,
Artist Deepjyoti Kalita’s first solo at Latitude 28 deals with the concept of modern-day relationships and expression of love in contemporary times.
A painters’ retreat in Dhanachuli has artists turn to nature to find their protagonists.
The museum within the Gurudwara Bangla Sahib has been named after the Sikh warrior Baba Baghel Singh.
A new museum in the city affirms its tryst with Sikh history through videos, paintings and technology.
Artists reflect on how paper can act as a depository of memories and feelings at an exhibition.
Dorjee’s calligraphic work Thamsik, looks at the spiritual bond between a teacher and his student, an important aspect of Buddhism.
A book on the winged visitors of Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi captures the beauty and splendour of the avian world.
A book on the winged visitors of Rashtrapati Bhavan captures the beauty and splendour of the avian world.
Pradeep Puthoor’s paintings are a meeting ground for art and anatomy.
A play without any words from Israel hopes to give two-year-olds their first theatrical experience
Raghu Rai captures the stories of refugees living in India through his latest exhibition
A documentary on the evolution of mixed martial arts in the country shows its popularity as an alternate sport
An exhibition at GallerySKE shows utilitarian objects made by artists for their studios and homes.
When the two-act ballet Giselle was first performed in Paris, it was praised by ballet historians as the crowning moment of romantic ballet.
RP Jain, a retired German professor has curated the films, returning after a hiatus of three years, since the festival began in 2006.
The Delhi girl says that she never thought of becoming an actor.
Through abstract paintings and installations, artist Shridhar Iyer gives form to Kabir’s poems.