There is a growing culture of street art spreading its canvas in Delhi
For his award-winning debut feature film, Kothanodi, Bhaskar Hazarika reimagines the mesmerising fables of his home, Assam
Tina Brown on the global summit, ‘Women in the World’, and the feminist debate in India
THE greatest danger Talya Lavie feared during her mandatory military service with Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) was a paper cut. Zero Motivation, her award-winning debut feature, reflects this paradox, of both the grandiose and the mundane, at a remote military outpost. The Israeli director, screenwriter and comic book artist was inspired by the pencil-pushing platoon […]
Moroccan-French artist Achraf Touloub’s handmade work throws new light on the Persian miniature tradition.
Celebrated on the sixth day after Diwali, Chhath is an ancient festival dedicated to the Sun God for a period of four days.
India Habitat Centre has launched an year-long photo festival, knit around the theme of sustainable development.
Afghanistan’s first female professional photographer, Farzana Wahidy, on learning to become her own person in a troubled country, shooting under perilous conditions and why she focuses exclusively on women.
On Nehru’s 125th birth anniversary year, photographer Ram Rahman weaves an architectural narrative around Delhi, a city rooted in tradition but one that looked to the future.
Artist Arpita Singh on her new solo, the constant changes in her oeuvre and being inspired by an empty box of Brooke Bond Red Label tea.
The Hermès Horse exhibition offers a peek at the century-old history and culture of the French brand through its first-ever client — the horse.
Yossi Fine, one of the world’s foremost bassists, on playing at the Jodhpur RIFF, discovering his Indian roots, and being called ‘the Jimi Hendrix of bass guitar’
The Gantzers are a sprightly couple with wheels on their heels, visiting places both national and international and writing about their experiences.
New play Seekh Kabab revisits the 1984 massacre — with a mashup of stand-up comedy, sex jokes and peppy music.
Two photographers brought the human side of Palestine into focus at the Delhi Photo Festival
Director Ava DuVernay, who headed the recent Mumbai Film Festival’s International Competition jury, talks about ‘women of colour’ in filmmaking.
Ram’s journey from Ayodhya to Rameshwaram and beyond.
A militant god or one who never steps out of the circle of rules? An upholder of caste or the ideal king?
Every place that is said to have been blessed by the presence of Ram finds its place in the pilgrimage circuit in India.
While Joseph looks at the Ramayana from a subaltern perspective, her son’s retellings are an “internal exploration”.