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Compass Box Studio: A unique record label that records live sessions...

Any musician in India will tell you that pursuing music as a profession is no easy gig, and this is especially so for artists...

The Courtesan Project: Bringing to light the stories of eschewed entertainers

History, doctrines, norms of the language and the rules of the land has adorned certain specific connotations to several facets in the society, which,...

A guide to abolish the notion of a “Good Indian Woman”

Sit properly.Don’t laugh so loudly.Good girls don’t wear such clothes.Girls from respectable families don’t stay out so late.Welcome to the world of an Indian...

Priya Dali’s comic is an Introspection on Childhood Games and Sexuality

A self described work-in-progress, illustrator Priya Dali uses her art to deal with questions of sex and identity. Her graphic story ‘I Wanted to...

Artist Devika Sundar’s latest series is about deconstructing the idea of...

Normal is an insidious idea that more often than not, makes people doubt and question themselves. It is a subjective concept that varies according...

Hanita Bhambri’s new single, ‘I Tried’, is a journey from heartbreak...

After the instantaneous success of her first single, ‘Let Me Go’, Hanita Bhambri’s journey with music is only just beginning. Citing Damien Rice as...

Is AI the new Artist?

An increasingly automated world is forcing us to rethink and redefine basic, fundamental concepts of ‘art’, ‘creativity’ and ‘humanity’. The dynamics of the human-machine...

Bipul Chettri: On bringing the music of the hills to the...

With a poet for a grandfather and a performer for a father, Bipul Chettri’s life was always steeped in music. Taking inspiration from his...

8 Indian short films that beautifully portray the intricacies of human...

Emotions are difficult to navigate. Narrating them in all their nuanced beauty is even more laborious a task. Here we have a list of short...

Bangalore Literature Festival 2018 – Day 2

The second and final day of Bangalore Literature Festival drew in even more crowd than its first. While most people couldn’t find seats at...

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