A look at the many versions of a piece of poetry so indelibly bound to India's identity.
On this Independence Day, artistes from various fields choose a work, an idea or a space that to them best symbolises freedom.
What ‘members only’ means in the new world
Renuka Rajiv’s work — stitching and sewing, monotypes, zines — revolves around a fictionalised self, with surfaces replete with text suggesting non-linear narratives.
Filmmaker Habib Faisal on his debut web series Home and why telling human stories shorn of spectacle matters to him.
A festival hopes to raise awareness for the protection of elephant corridors through exhibits and curated activities
The beauty of his craft was often overshadowed by the controversies he ran into and the views he held about his peers and the world. Never one to spare his own kind, this is what he had to say
Writers and critics remember the many facets of the literary great
VS Naipaul was one of those people who always believe they are in the “waiting room of history”.
The shortcomings of his non-fictional work cannot take away from the fact that VS Naipaul was one of the greatest raconteurs of our time
A scientist by training, Bharatnatyam dancer Apoorva Jayaraman emphasises on the need to make dance and music compulsory in schools
Hindi pop band, Sanam, on attempting to revive the indie music culture and competing with Bollywood music
Author Ira Mukhoty takes a walk around Humayun’s Tomb, recounts tales of Mughal women and busts myths around their lives.
Kathak exponent Uma Dogra on Jaipur and Lucknow gharanas and how Mumbai made her liberal
A Bengaluru ‘non-restaurant’ brings an international touch to the Capital
New Delhi’s Bikaner House opens the cultural season with a two-week festival titled "Scenes from Making of a Modern Nation".
Bangladeshi photographer Shahidul Alam’s partner Rahnuma Ahmed on his arrest and no space for dissent in Bangladesh
Screened at The Indian Express Film Club, Village Rockstars won hearts with its simplicity
Indianama 2018 injects verve into quiet markets across Delhi, using graphic design as a pliable medium.
A documentary sheds light on the dying art of weaving in Varanasi- how the practicing artisans took pride in it, and now with the passage of time, the looms, neatly kept, lie untouched.