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Bhuli Art : A tale of revival and empowerment in Uttarakhand

The doodle of a pahadi girl endearingly called Bhuli, meaning “little sister” has become the expression of Uttarakhand’s cultural revival. With carefully crafted illustrations,...

Memories of migration: Isobel Mehta narrates family history with warmth and...

Isobel Mehta’s ‘Narrative’ began with a story shared over a cup of tea with her grandfather. Revisiting 1962, he told his granddaughter of his...

Top 10 Dysfunctional Families of Indian Fiction: A Reading List

It is a truth often acknowledged that the family is the heart of Indian society. It defines your identity, influences the lifestyle you will...

March 2019 Roundup : Our Top 10 Favourite Insta Features

Art has, since the inception of time, managed to transcend borders and bring together a community of creative minds. That's why we feature a...

In conversation with: Girish And The Chronicles

Evolution of the audience. The high of performing live. And the adventure of being on the road. Watch our interview with members of the...

5 Indian Political Satires That’ll Leave You In Splits (And Make...

In a nation where political criticism often decorates you with death threats, and history & science is ‘literally rewritten’ by ‘leaders’ (with a little...

Searing, sarcastic and subversive: Abhilash Baddha’s art will make you stop...

“The principles of true art is not to portray, but to evoke” - Jerzy KosinskiArt is inseparable from social reality. The objective of art...

Voices: ‘Kannada Kalittayidini’ by Arunita Walia

“I’m learning Kannada” – a better alternative to “Kannada Gothilla” which means “I don’t know Kannada.” My college roommate asked me to learn the phrase “Kannada...

Voices: ‘Hyderabad, Nikal re, mian?’ by Bharath Moro

I am moving cities. In a week’s time, I’ll be saying sayonara to Hyderabad after having lived here for more than 20 years. Sure,...

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...

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