A documentary chronicles the life of social reformer Hamid Dalwai. Subhash’s research has culminated in Hameed: The Unsung Humanist, a documentary on Dalwai that was screened in Pune on June 17, before its screening in Mumbai
Long, long ago, the lanes of Virar gave Bollywood its biggest dancing star in Govinda. Now from this region on Mumbai’s fringes are emerging TV dance show stars, YouTube hits, and film debuts. Next up, finds The Sunday Express, is 150 participants facing off in a ‘World Dance League’
Happy Fathers Day 2018: The day is celebrated on the third Sunday in the month of June. To help you wish your dad, we have here some greetings, wishes, quotes and pictures you can send him.
The whimsical world of Indian classical music now has a new guru — the world’s largest video platform.
Raja Parba in Odisha: The festival that celebrates menstruation is natively pronounced as 'raw-jaw', while 'Raja' is derived from the world 'Rajaswala' which means menstruating women.
Eid Mubarak 2018 Songs: Wondering what songs to play during the celebrations? Here is a list of top songs to play on the festival of Eid ul-Fitr this year with your friends and family.
Eid ul-Fitr 2018 Moon Sighting: Now, that Eid ul-Fitr is around the corner, it is quite probable that the moon sighting problem will persist yet again. In 2018, the young moon is expected to be seen on June 14.
An exhibition captures the lives of waste pickers from across the world.
Delhi-based band, Bloodywood, produces metal versions of Bollywood numbers.
As Saffronart’s 200th auction begins today, co-founder Minal Vazirani reflects on its role in shaping the art market in India.
Artist Uttam Pacharne, chairman of the Lalit Kala Akademi, on buying new works, selecting art for the PMO and focussing on women artists.
Various international artists have come together to capture the picturesque beauty of Meghalaya's Cherrapunjee which is nestled deep in nature's lap. The exhibition titled "Abode of Clouds", is open for viewing till June 18.
Writer-scholar Rana Safvi says it is imperative for Delhi to hold on to its cosmopolitan culture. Her latest book "The Forgotten Cities of Delhi" emerges at a time when there is a brazen attempt to re-write Indian history with demonisation of the Mughals.
How a weaving cluster in Kota is keeping alive centuries-old tradition of the handmade.
Fellows from the Godrej Culture Lab Leadership Programme examine the role and relevance of Urdu in contemporary culture
The 17 works on display are centered around the lotus in myriad forms as Fraser deconstructs, expands and contracts the flower in each of her canvases. She uses layers of handmade wasli paper, and pigments made from malachite and semi-precious stones from Jaipur.
It is believed that King Louis XIV bathed just twice in his lifetime. Not just him, Queen Isabella of Spain bathed once when she was born and once on her wedding day. Read on to know why.
'Fishing Net menders in the Dunes' that depicts few peasant women working under a cloudy sky is one of the first painting by Vincent van Gogh to be auctioned in France for more than 20 years. It is believed that the Dutch Post-Impressionist painter was inspired by the countryside around Hague, Netherlands.
A new book provides a front-row view of theatre group Yatrik’s journey of half a century
Acting workshops, once meant for newcomers, are now helping established actors polish their skills
While the majority of people with disability as an audience set here is millennial, people across age-groups are looking for companionship. The survey found that a majority of the audience is okay with their partner with or without a disability.
White rice is what gives rice its bad reputation for causing diabetes or weight gain. Brown rice, on the other hand, does exactly the opposite! Here's an easy and delicious recipe for Brown Spinach Rice that you can try out.