Five women step on stage in a play, Positively Shameless, based on their personal histories of child sexual abuse
In artist Manisha Parekh’s solo, the intelligent play of light and shadow has breathed life into her creations
An exhibition of Mumbai-based artist Garima Gupta’s works documents Papua New Guinea’s endangered birds of paradise
General manager of the orchestra fears that the loss of free movement would make life for musicians very difficult.
The Mughal Museum will come up at the Taj Mahal complex in Agra next year. How much of the Taj and its history is in the museum? Architects Sourabh Gupta and Alexander Schwarz, who designed it, answer a few questions.
The route was once used by the British Empire to travel from their capital Calcutta to Barrackpore.
The 1912 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost, 1967 Rolls-Royce Phantom V and many more saloons and convertibles were on display.
The origin of the Lantern Festival in this part of the world goes back thousands of years.
Langa's performance is the first of a series called Sounds of the Soil, a dedicated folk music series curated by the G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture.
Tracing back to a period where Hindus were a minority in the country, the fictionalised piece based on historical evidence is set against the backdrop of a ‘Matha’ (Hindu monastery), in a fictional town called Beerpur.
A Zakir Hussain-Shujaat Khan concert saw the two match notes in an average but packed jugalbandi
The display at Rashtrapati Bhavan follows President Mukherjee’s appreciation of his work when he inaugurated the same show in Kolkata at the Ganges Art Gallery in 2015.
The house of Cooch Behar in Bengal, however, has a Rajasthani character in Arun’s adaptation. “To set the story in Rajasthan was natural to me.
This edition of the Khajuraho Dance Festival will have Bangladesh's popular classical cultural organisation Shadhona. The artistes of Shadhona will perform everyday at this week-long festival.
"Innovative technology is now available cheaply and is used well in the arts nowadays, as is evident at the Biennale," he said.
As opposed to India, in the West, observes Tanwar, people are recognised for their worth, and not for their position, power, money, or social standing.
Rekhta, a Delhi-based organisation began as rekhta.org, a website that was popular among poets and Urdu enthusiasts for organising small programmes in close circles.
Take some time out and spend serene moments in the lap of nature at the 30th Garden Tourism Festival.
Delhi Fair Spring 2017 will be held from February 16 - 20 in the capital.
Each artwork depicts the spiritual method in every explicit manner and let spectators to go in flow with the visual treat displayed at the exhibition.
Having first learned the nuances of tabla playing under Patna-based Pandit Shiv Kumar Singh and later being in the tutelage of Pandit Kishan Maharaj from Benares for 12 years, Das has had a professional career spanning 23 years.
An upcoming exhibition, titled “India and the World”, in Mumbai and Delhi aims to redesign the conventions of museum space in India.
A dance ballet, "Rang" offered a tribute to the classical dance form, Kathak, and to the light classical musical form, Thumri — patronised by Wajid Ali Shah.
Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto on how his houses wrestle with space and convention
The latest exhibition at Delhi’s Khoj Studios brings together artists and communities to mull over ways of preserving the local ecology
Though Chawla's death shook it, Adishakti has managed to push through its difficulties successfully.
Couples clinging to each other like ivy can get really annoying, especially if you are single. But hey, you are young, free and gorgeous and you can still have a blast. Here are a few ideas.
Because sometimes knowing is not enough, express your love to your wife, girlfriend this Valentine's Day to tell them you they are special in every way.
Express your love to your husband, boyfriend this Valentine's Day to tell him he's special in every way.
Tabla player Sandeep Das, whose collaboration with cellist Yo Yo Ma won a Grammy, on how music needs to engage with politics, his guru Pt Kishen Maharaj and why he doesn’t enjoy performing back home
Happy Valentine's Day, you all!
Ah! The sweet power of a kiss.
In the strange figures and ghostly settings that feature in his work, German artist Jonas Burgert examines what lies behind the human notion of reality
The Indian Naval Symphonic Orchestra staged one of the more extraordinary concerts in recent times
Once, it had enjoyed the honour of paying homage to a newly-born nation. But now, over a decade after the death of Ustad Bismillah Khan, the man who had established the shehnai as a tour de force in classical music, the instrument might well be on its way out.
We can all do with some more love and of course, warm hugs!