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.
Raghubir Yadav on how his 50-year journey through theatre and films, encouraging new talent and how quality not quantity is the need of the hour.
It was both faith and temptation, of the culinary kind that drew us to the ISKCON temple in Sector 36 on Friday afternoon. The temple, abuzz with activity and adorned with fresh flowers and lights, had small sections that depicted Krishna’s life.
An economist and financial analyst, Kumra says it was the urge to create that led her to pursue art.
An award-winning cultural practitioner, Medhavi Gandhi has been widely recognised for her innovative approach to public engagement with Indian art, especially the youth.
At a recent exhibition by the Tricity Photo Art Society, four workshops were conducted on different aspects of photography.
Artist Tarsem Singh is putting Punjab’s poets and songwriters in the spotlight through poetry, films, and sketches.
Theatre director Neelam Man Singh Chowdhry on her new production, Gumm Hai, loss and how it can change the dynamics within a family and community.
Artist Bharti Sharma’s new series of drawings is a narrative of moments and memories.
Chandigarh-based actor and theatre director Namrata Sharma on winning the Ut Bismillah Khan Yuva Puraskar for the year 2018.
Loharu Fort, The Great Story Never Told is a documentary film that traces the fort’s magnificent history and draws attention to its state of neglect
Alankar Theatre’s new production, titled Bhook ka Ilaaj, looks at the plight of farmers
Two visual artists, recipients of prestigious art fellowships, talk about their creative journeys
The seven-day workshop in Spiti had participants from Jalandhar, Delhi and Australia and focused on the technical aspects, visual language and aesthetics of photography.
Theatre director, actor, playwright and founder of Abhinet, Vijay Kapoor describes the group’s work as experimental and explorative.
Theatre for Theatre welcomes the monsoon with a three-day theatre festival
Zubin Mehta looks back at a journey of 20 years of creating a new ground for theatre in Chandigarh
It is with wood and bronze that sculptor Deepak Kumar connects the dots, as he initiates conversations about the problems that plague his world, a small village named Abul Khurana in Punjab.
Theatre director Partha Bandyopadhyay attempts to build an emotional connection with the audience through his productions