Director Vetrimaran on Visaranai at the Oscars, Jallikattu, and stalking in Tamil films
Parents and children bond over books at the World Book Fair in Delhi.
Bengaluru-based illustrator Sonali Zohra on her latest work for Arshia Sattar’s Ramayana for Children and creating nature-inspired magic.
Christmas is all about spreading the cheer. So, here are some food memories and recipes from across India
The Abhyas Lecture Series inaugural talk was a call to turn away from the falsification of body and self
Aishwaryaa Rajinikanth Dhanush on trying to break the stereotype of being a star kid in her debut book Standing on an Apple Box.
Bird Box, a sound-and-video installation, gets women and adolescent girls to talk about themselves and the world.
Bolitar is engaged to Terese when he gets a call from the past. Coben wastes no time and delves straight into the story.
Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami's documentary Sonita profiles a young Afghan rapper determined to make her voice heard.
Boo Junfeng, whose film Apprentice was screened in Dharamsala recently, on his film being Singapore’s official entry to the Oscars, tackling capital punishment and stepping out of his comfort zone.
The fifth edition of Dharamshala International Film Festival picks out hard-hitting independent cinema from India and abroad
The second ‘Love in the Time of Choleric Capital’ focusses on the idea of love in an urban setting
Artist Velu Viswanadhan on method, colour and why his canvases are untitled.
In his debut documentary, 18 Feet, Renjith Kuzhur talks about how folk music is helping the Dalit community in Kerala reclaim their identity.
Noted Malayalam author OV Vijayan’s iconic book, The Legends of Khasak, finds pictorial representation through photographer Manoj D’s snapshots
The city celebrates the spirit of goddess Durga with new campaigns and an indefatigable energy.
In its fifth year, the Dharamashala International Film Festival brings the drama of Asia to town
In his exhibition, filmmaker-photographer Ashok Ahuja plays with light, space, time and colour.
Marco Fazzone of MCH Group on his newly forged partnership with the India Art Fair.
A coffee table book, Jawai: Land of the Leopard, celebrates a region where man and the big cat have lived peacefully for 150 years.
For the Malayali living away from home, the sadhya is significant of everything else that they are missing, so it's not just a feast it's a feeling.
Pablo Bartholomew’s ‘Memento Mori’ has a photographer seeking closure, and is an intimate look at his loss apart from being a polychromatic reminder of mortality.
The author uses his familiarity with Hyderabad, where the story is set, well and the setting is convincing, but that's about all there is.
She starts with promise and then gives in tamely to the demands of a traditional band-bajaa-baraat.
Artist Bani Abidi revisits the lost stories of soldiers from India who participated in World War I