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How 6 designers gave the roadside businesses of Delhi a spunky...

In the narrow Delhi streets, tea-stalls or departmental stores double as hangout spots where people catch up with neighbours or friends. These shops and...

Keeping things wild: The Ranger Ranger Project documents stories of India’s...

Ranger Ranger is a multimedia research project that explores the narratives of the wild. It delves into the lives of people working in and...

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...

A display of platonic love: Indian Men Holding Hands

Fingers intertwined.Fingers laced.Holding hands has been used to symbolize romantic love by Western authors for as long as the written word has existed. As...

A safe space for India’s Northeastern queer community: The Chinky Homo...

Seeing is believing. Objective representation in media helps people better understand certain concepts that may not be mainstream but are equally important. The same...

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...

Bangalore Literature Festival 2018 – Day 1

Inhabitants of Bangalore not only braved it’s much dreaded traffic but also the scorching sun to be at the 7th edition of the Bangalore...

Multiple Hues, Multiple Personas

Known for its flamboyant costumes, colossal headgears and dramatic make-up or Chutti, Kathakali is one of the ancient drama traditions in India. Laden with...

Amara Nritya Kala Hansa – Breathing new life into Kathak

Dance traditions are organic. In order to survive, they need to evolve. Now more than ever it is vital for practitioners to jump on...

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