The festival, a brainchild of Carnatic classical vocalist TM Krishna, will take place on February 27 and 28 and is open to everyone.
Acclaimed Australian singer Emma Donovan was in the Capital to perform and celebrate the culture of indigenous Australians.
The film, which was screened in Mumbai last week as part of FLO Film Festival, follows Rahman’s story from when she was born and brought up in Kolkata in the ’30s.
Roy’s Ravana, meanwhile, occupies an entire sheet, with the ten heads positioned diagonally, rather than the usual horizontal depiction.
Director Deepan Sivaraman does not believe in a bound script and dislikes dialogues. In his plays, life takes centrestage.
Nadia and Rajeeb Samdani, organisers of the Dhaka Art Summit, on their envious personal collection and working towards taking Bangladeshi art to a global audience.
Vishwajyoti Ghosh, the author of Delhi Calm, a graphic novel on the Emergency, on dissent and student politics.
A global panel on gender in media discussed the choice between entertaining audiences and addressing social issues.
The festival 'Delhi let's walk', from February 22 to 28, begins at 7.30 am, and each day will explore nearly nine different areas in the city.
Both global and local in its approach, DesignxDesign’s ‘20under35’ exhibition showcases processes, philosophies and aspirations of young designers.
The Khajuraho Dance Festival promises to honour the traditional dance forms of the country.
The new Bronze Gallery at National Museum is a tribute to Indian metallurgy from over 1,500 years ago to present times
The annual festival is celebrating its silver jubilee and is spread over five venues.
Dharavi gets its first museum today, a constantly evolving registry of the many talents that are housed there
From the ‘rur-ban’ products, to training artists, Dastkar engages in promoting aesthetic wealth from the countryside boosting entrepreneurship and aesthetic acumen.
Art is not about viewing but gaming at this exhibition at Khoj Studios
Japanese architect Toyo Ito on building for people, living with nature, and never giving up
Mata-Ni-Pachedi, the traditional portable shrines of Gujarat’s Vaghari community, combines exquisite art with a deep devotion for the goddess
A 200-year-old sarai in Delhi is the muse for artist Asim Waqif’s latest exhibition.
An exhibition of theatre photographs by S Thyagarajan is a reminder of the incredible talents that have shaped the stage in India.
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The second edition of Jashn-e-Rekhta will have noted poets, authors and a plethora of artistes from India and Pakistan celebrate the heritage of Urdu
An exhibition of architectural models by internationally acclaimed architects, at India Design 2016, has ideas with an edge on display
Artists turn Lodhi Colony in Delhi into an art district, painting multiple themes in varied hues
Mumbai-based Jyoti Dogra tells an epic story using the most rudimentary element of theatre — the actor's body — in the play, Toye.