Nidhi Sinha

Articles By Nidhi Sinha

How a child with special needs grows up as a young adult

How does she express love and desire, and how does she deal with rejection?

The story of musician and singer Vinod Kumar

Ghazal singer Vinod Kumar maps the journey of the Bhaatkhande Sangeet Vidyalaya on its 75th anniversary

In step with MoM

K Sandhya, one of 170 students participating in Mangalyaan dance drill for Republic Day at Rajpath.

When things go terribly wrong, Gandhi makes an appearance: EP Unny on the power of political cartoons

Delivering a lecture on ‘The Comic as Continuity’, political cartoonist EP Unny (pictured) took the audience through this and more slides to sketch a history of cartooning across the world and in India.

Black river, buried treasure: How river Yamuna provides livelihood to people

To those who brave the dark waters of the Yamuna, the river rewards them with a livelihood.

Sunny side up: Vitamin D deficiency can affect your well-being

Exposure to the sun is important to avoid Vitamin D defficiency.

With Wood Intentions: Mohammad Ayyub carves calligraphy on wooden blocks

Mohammad Ayyub carves calligraphy on wooden blocks, remodelling an ancient craft.

Make No Bones

Kahkashan and Mohammad Shariq make camel bones come alive.

Newsman, artist, teacher

JV Raman, one of Doordarshan’s first news readers, passed away last week. At a memorial meeting, friends and colleagues pay their tributes

Celebrating the work of Bangladeshi painter and activist Zainul Abedin

It is hard to imagine that the drawing which dates back to the early ’70s, finds resonance in the current Palestinian conflict.

Carving Out a Living

The base of the pitcher looks like it’s covered with dimples, a result of the ‘hammering’ technique.

A tribute to Doordarshan’s JV Raman, a newsman, artist, teacher

JV Raman, one of Doordarshan’s first news readers, passed away last week. At a memorial meeting, friends and colleagues pay their tributes

The Language of Kites

Kite maker Umar Daraaz on an ancestral craft and how to fly kites when it’s snowing.

My Name is Blue

The last of seven generations, this artisan makes rare blue pottery, but won’t tell how

Out of the Blue

Artisans from Nizamuddin are busy crafting and re-colouring history in various parts of the city.

Now an archive that collects stories of Partition

A collection of stories of the Partition recreates a narrative of loss. It is conceived and initiated by US-based Guneeta Singh Bhalla.

Brides, Grooms and Prejudice

Two people, from two states, fall madly in love. Wedding bells ring, and mothers-in-law meet. And then begins a clash of cultures, from cuisine to wardrobes and festivals. Here are a few who survived a cross-cultural marriage, and lived to tell the tale.

This Penn Also Sings

US-based Penn Masala’s ode to 100 years of Bollywood music has won them fans the world over.

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