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Shilpa Raina

I go by my inner calling: Ujwal Nagar

Growing up in an environment where every nook and corner of the house bathed in the sound of music and dinner conversation steered around ‘taals’ and ‘raags’, it...

Art is a therapy for me – Pallav Chander

Artist Pallav Chander is back with his second solo show, Life Must Have Its Mysteries’, which according to the Delhi-based artist is autobiographical in nature. He has...

The digital framework

It isn’t easy to comprehend the merits and demerits of the vast and endless treasure called the social media, however, in the past couple of years it has been a game...

Blast from the past

Rooms full of rare photographs of legendary theatre wizard Ebrahim Alkazi in action, some archival documents, models of stage sets and some objects— all these are...

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Of nostalgia and celebration

Since their inception in November 2006, Jazba Theatre Group has been organising one of Delhi’s biggest collegiate theatre events. After establishing their reputation...

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With renewed fervour

In the absence of any government support, the struggle to find sponsors and patronage was the biggest challenge that we face. But looking back now, everything has come...

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Building a historical narrative

Varanasi and Anuradhapura, both continue to attract a large number of pilgrims yearly. The histories of both these places are layered with myth, cultural...

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The Other Gaze

For those who always thought that indigenous art mostly borrows narratives from myths, an ongoing show, ‘Prakriti: The Creative Feminine’, unfolds a world of...

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Sale of Classical Indian Art treasures

A dynamic and superbly detailed work showing a procession of riders on elephants, horses, camels and foot soldiers marching with their king to battle is Maharaja Bakhat...

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Cycle of Life

In its narrow room inside Aspinwall House, a giant egg occupies its space so wholly that it seemingly leaves little room for observers to doubt its intent, or even move...