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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...

Changing behaviours to make cities better: Urban planners divulge their secrets

It’s difficult to love a city when it makes you feel like you don’t belong. Cities and people have complex relationships, and are constantly...

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...

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,...

10 Photographers Changing the Way We Look at the World

Photographers are taking to their cameras to voice protest, or even just capture the beauty of the world. In India, they are pushing limits...

How Menstrual Art is Fighting Social Stigma Surrounding Periods

The Crimson Tide. On The Rag. Aunt Flo. Shark Week. So many code words, but all about the same thing- periods. Menstruation has long...

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...

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