Sahib Singh’s new play, Vagina Talks, poses many hard-hitting questions.
Contemporary dancer and choreographer Akshay Sharma on his new production, a desire to push human capabilities, and expressing without words.
Punjabi author Kirpal Kazak, named one of the winners of the Sahitya Akademi Award 2019 for his collection of short stories Antheen, on his early life as a mason, and how literature takes one from darkness into life.
Theatre actor-director Sanjeev Johri on his latest dastangoi, and performing it across the country.
Daljit Ami, who has translated Arundhati Roy’s The Ministry of Utmost Happiness in Punjabi, on why it is imperative to translate emotions
Naveen Vasudevan attempts to help an individual introspect, reflect, respond and through this workshop, give a gift to oneself.
As someone who teaches, sings, and writes poetry, Trilok says it’s her love for writing that led her to Amrita.
Major General Yosi Ben-Hannan shared his experience of war with an audio-video presentation from Israel.
Paresh Maity believes that if you can transform anything into art, you will be a success.
Kavi Raz’s new film, Sarabha- Cry for Freedom, is based on the life of Kartar Singh Sarabha, remembered for his leadership role in the Ghadar Movement
Over the years, Vinayak has also been involved with music production and produced the album Seven-Aditya Jassi on Universal Records.
Documentary filmmaker and author Saba Dewan shares the untold stories of the courtesans in her debut book Tawaifnama
Rani Balbir Kaur is also working on creating a montage of songs that speak of Nanak’s ideology and messages for the world, starting with Ek Onkar.
"Towards the end of the book, my journeys have taught me empathy which now fills the hole in my heart," says author Amandeep Sandhu.
Niresh Kumar’s latest play Baanswada Company charts an actor’s artistic and personal journey
Music is about connection says Druv Kent, as he talks about his new album
The walls of the Kalibari with paintings depicting the life of people in Bengal have been created for this special occasion by Soma Das, an art teacher here.
After 25 years of Apna Pash, a documentary on the celebrated poet Avtar Singh Sandhu ‘Pash’, director Rajeev Kumar looks to new audiences.
Armed with a vast gastronomic experience, courtesy his travels across the globe, Ratnani is known for preparing traditional Indian delicacies with his signature global twists.
Desi Bands narrates how development has impoverished those on the margins.