Tara Books travels to Japan for an exhibition that celebrates the exhilarating work of the Chennai-based indie publisher.
Do kids and wildlife go together? You’ll be surprised how.
Bengali Sweets in Bengali Market: Two brothers and their contribution to New Delhi’s sweet story.
In the heart of Ahmedabad, a space for immersive art.
From her alcove high in the mountains, Didi Contractor has spent decades making buildings in the image of nature. The 88-year-old self-taught architect’s oeuvre, like her life, is a story of rare beauty.
While most Instagram handles that chronicle the city attempt to capture its beauty, Gopal’s Mumbai, when paused, does not look pretty. It is the mundane that sets his work apart.
Author Namita Gokhale on her work and her first literary award. 2017 saw the 61-year-old writer win the first Centenary National Award for Literature from Assam Sahitya Sabha and the Valley of Words Book Award for the Best English Fiction for her novel, Things to Leave Behind (Penguin).
A short ramble in the Yamuna Biodiversity Park showcases its thriving diversity.
A curated list of recommendations for the young ’uns. This week, on the joy of reading.
You can leave a city far behind, but it only takes a minute to remember that home is where the heart once was.
How to do new year resolutions right, without breaking into a sweat.
To understand his foray into politics, it’s important to understand the cinema of Rajinikanth, the superstar of Tamil films.
Prakash Raj has spoken out on a range of issues, from the campaign against Padmavati to the gag on S Durga at IFFI, from demonetisation to Hindutva politics in Karnataka and the pageant of hate from Rajasamund, Rajasthan.
Among a dozen or so popular eateries that dot Mumbai’s Bhendi Bazaar neighbourhood, people know Noor Mohammadi as the restaurant that serves Chicken Sanju Baba. Named after Sanjay Dutt, it is an original recipe by the actor that he shared with the restaurant’s owner, Khalid Hakim. The tangy chicken preparation and Dutt’s (unofficial) endorsement of […]
India’s tryst with dinosaurs, and how they disappeared.
Every year, the international Montreux Jazz Festival hosts a plethora of music lovers and artistes from the world over. Started in 1967, this landmark festival has been the brainchild of Claude Nobs, René Langel and Géo Voumard.
There is clean air all around us in Delhi, if only we look for it and not buy propaganda, says WhatsApp Uncle.
The story of Nilina Sen, who was barred from her beloved thumri, but who found a way back to the music.
Kamna Chandra on working with Raj Kapoor, writing Qarib Qarib Singlle and the last story left in her.
Writer-director Akshat Verma on his upcoming film Kaalakandi, learning to navigate Bollywood and living with the pressure of performance.