Pabiben Rabari from Kutch is recipient of the Jankidevi Bajaj Puraskar for entrepreneurship
Sometimes he played, sometimes he fought, sometimes he swore, sometimes he drank. Om Puri would never want us to sit here and be serious.
The performance might seem like a farrago on paper, but when the Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts takes the stage, the end product is invigorating.
Life on an organic farm is all about returning to a sparse, frugal existence — back-breaking work has never felt so good.
A seminal design exhibition holds conversations between India’s past and present through objects and ideas.
In its third edition, the international children’s theatre festival, Tifli, rolls outs six plays, workshops and masterclasses.
TM Krishna’s three-day tour seeks to break boundaries between musicians and their audiences.
In a fashion similar to the epistolary correspondence in Feroz Abbas Khan’s Tumhari Amrita, Shakuntala recounts stories from her relationship with Dushyant in the dramatic reading, Shakuntala Awaits.
Overall, Thespo will have 20 full-length productions, short-duration plays, and live music performances.
Experts believe it to be an evolutionary tactic by forest owlets to overcome competition for food
Noted literary critic of horror fiction, Darryl Jones on why the genre is not to be brushed off as fatuous.
Virtual reality films like Cost of Coal not only allow one to experience another person’s situation — it also allows us to control our own.
India Fine Art gallery is presenting the most comprehensive art collection of Thota Vaikuntam’s paintings, arranged chronologically, from his most recent work-- to his works from the last two years.
Arundhathi Subramaniam talks about tackling her sense of ‘unbelonging’ through poetry and why vulnerability and discomfort are essential to creativit.
Purab Kohli, part of the upcoming film Rock On 2 and TV series P.O.W - Bandi Yuddh Ke, talks about his struggles to find the summit.
Protected species being poached for meat, feathers.
The protagonists in these comics are singular women without any superpowers, interesting and fierce.
Iconic film Mughal-e-Azam is being adapted for the stage by director Feroz Abbas Khan
The Royal Opera House, which is reopening after decades of neglect, has been restored to its glory days.
In its 87th year, the Bombay Durga Bari Samiti’s annual celebration is all about embracing traditions.
South Mumbai eatery Burma Burma unveils a new selection of dishes discovered through travels in the country
Delhi-based puppeteer Anurupa Roy on the appeal of Bunraku, a traditional Japanese form of puppet theatre, for performers today.
An award-winning short film encourages parents to be sensitive to the signs of child sexual abuse
Harshvardhan Kapoor talks about preparing for his debut Mirzya and apprehensions about a future in Bollywood.
Overfishing along the western coast of India over the last few decades means that the stock of seafood has been greatly depleted; come monsoon, the problem is exacerbated by the fishing ban