In his centenary year, remembering music composer Naushad, whose quest for soulful melodies led to iconic tracks that changed the topography of Hindi film music
The year will see the inauguration of new museums across India
Writer-anthropologist Onaiza Drabu retells popular folk tales from Kashmir in her new book
Multimedia artist Marcel Dzama on the influence of cinema, animals in his art and why he put family and friends behind a mask
A photography exhibition of IIT Delhi looks at the principles of modernist architecture activated in the building and its reality six decades later.
Artist Shilo Shiv Suleman’s mural painted with the women protesters at Shaheen Bagh salutes unity.
A group exhibition explores a slew of ignored and unheard stories from India’s past.
Kristof Bilsen meditates on different forms of caring in his profoundly moving documentary Mother.
After writing on theatre for years, Anuradha Marwah turned director with the ancient Greek tragedy, Medea.
Tabla maestro Ustad Zakir Hussain’s concert in Delhi was one of a kind, where musicians and masses listened to the king of drums.
With over 75 exhibitors from 20 global cities, the India Art Fair in the Capital presents a buffet of material explorations, a salute to the masters, a brush with the contemporary and hidden amidst all that is also the surreal.
Dornik has been working with and for those afflicted with leprosy for years now, encouraging them to get over their pain — one brushstroke at a time.
Theatre director Melly Still on the Indian adaptation of a classic Agatha Christie novel, the challenges that her characters pose and why the play didn't do away with the bigotry in her writing.
Mumbai-based artist Dhruvi Acharya’s solo explores urban female experiences and death
A look at Henri Cartier-Bresson’s photographs that captured the aftermath of Gandhi’s death
Director of India Art Fair Jagdip Jagpal on understanding art, making it accessible to a wider audience and the shared values it presents.
Made with the Korean dakjee doll-making technique, the fragile figures are suspended from the ceiling on the steps leading up to Delhi’s Latitude 28 gallery.
Tsien was one of the keynote speakers at the recent Women In Design 2020+ in Mumbai, where she shared learnings from their projects of over four decades.
Paresh Rathwa now wants to take his workshops to schools across Gujarat and other states, a dream that has taken wings thanks to an initiative by a few officers in the district administration who have decided to revive, promote and popularise the “dying” tribal art.
The story of the Thali-Wadya goes back to the time of Lord Shiva and Parvati.
Four countries, five street foods: What will you be eating?