A major showcase, in the form of exhibitions and cultural events in Delhi, is a first to bring to focus the contribution of Zoroastrians and Parsis to world culture
A conference by South Asian architects in Mumbai was a fitting end to the State of Architecture exhibition.
Actor-director Rajit Kapoor on discovering the pulse of a writer and encouraging language plays.
The four Indian galleries participating at the three-day-long fair that concluded on March 26 included Mumbai-based Chemould Prescott Road, Delhi-based Vadehra Art Gallery and Nature Morte and Kolkata-based Experimenter.
An instrument played by the Dalits of Tamil Nadu, the parai has found a champion in Manimaran, who is waging a battle — that is both personal and political — to take it into the mainstream.
His voice is a blend of the finesse of Hindustani classical with the rawness of folk and qawwali. Javed Bashir is the newest import from Pakistan.
Music lovers from all over, as far as Switzerland and Sri Lanka, made their way up to the festival that opened up to a clear and sunny skies
Presented by Gallery Art & Soul, the exhibition at the India Habitat's Visual Arts Gallery will display his lifetime’s works of 10 sculptures, 8 paintings and 72 haikus.
They released their first album, Le Voyage (The Journey), in 2012. For their second album, it’s India they have hooked on to as inspiration.
Performing at the ongoing 46th Pracheen Kala Kendra Nritya and Sangeet Sammelan, Sounak set the pace of the evening with some powerful compositions.
Two performing groups from Europe will present mime, music and poetry.
In his latest exhibition, artist Rajorshi Ghosh questions familiar tropes of politics and history
The musical extravaganza will have performances by well-known bands and musicians from across the country.
Mekhala Bahl explores the essence of cities in her new show.
Dance has been an integral part of Jindal’s life since childhood, with Kathak being the first form she embraced.
Kerala-based artist and muralist Sadanandan PK uses natural colours to narrate myths and legends.
An exhibition at the Jehangir Nicholson Gallery in Mumbai looks at the different ways in which eight Indian artists have evolved their ideas and practice.
Actor, writer and director Rajat Kapoor’s pursuit to interpret Shakespeare on stage continues with his latest production, I Don’t Like It. As You Like It. In this interview, he explains why improvisation is so crucial to his work and how acting is the easiest job in the world.
With his new solo show in Delhi, artist NN Rimzon demonstrates why art cannot be separated from society and politics.
In the 1970s, a Left movement in Bombay brought young artists and intellectuals together. In a few years, it burnt out. An artist looks back on how it shaped her.
A photo project on sustainable development focuses on the Waghari community, who exchange old clothes for utensils.
Artist Bikash Bhattacharjee’s unseen works, which are on display in the Capital, offer a glimpse into the world of a realist.
At the ongoing Spring Fever festival in the Capital, historian Ramchandra Guha spoke on the intolerance debate, polarisation and the JNU controversy.
The four-day cultural extravaganza — starting on March 17 — will celebrate Bihari folk music, dance, textile, handicraft and cuisine.
Molina Singh's play Nahaakgee Nungsirabi (Local Foriegner) borrows from her own experiences of being from the Northeast