Ayesha Singh

Wall paints polluted reality

Waste collection centre depicts the plastic menace through its poignant portrayal

17 Jun 2018

Fading but not forgotten

It takes some grit and a whole lot of untrammelled determination to write a book with the brutal understanding that its fate is uncertain, largely because of its subtext.

17 Jun 2018

Music of purpose navigates upstream against the popular tide  

Between the intensity in music peaking and plunging, Amartya Ghosh’s long hair sweeps across his sculpted face matching the tempo of his music.

10 Jun 2018

Set to context of her being

Bharatanatyam dancer Apoorva Jayaraman strikes a classical conversation with eloquence in rendering the traditional margam  .

10 Jun 2018

Cheering little efforts for large eco-gains

World Environment Day on June 5 is yet another chance for India to salvage the cause of the environment, that’s long been uprooted from the conscience of its population.

03 Jun 2018

Uncensored voices as sounding boards of reality

One hears the sound of themselves loudly and clearly, perhaps for the first time. You’ve spoken words but not your mind, many a times.

03 Jun 2018

Fanning an old tradition

Thousands of nameless crafts people have already lost their grasp over a skill that earned them an income.

27 May 2018

Treading the wild turf 

Without the slightest trepidation, wildlife biologist Latika Nath, treads upon the heels of tigers, lions, leopards and jaguars, photographing them in their fierce glory.

27 May 2018

Wheeling in futuristic furniture 

Ingenuity is a master creator. The artistry that germinates from it, sets a preamble for greater inventiveness.

20 May 2018

Reel spins out a legend’s legacy

Ratnottama Sengupta’s thoughts are as succinctly sewn into the fabric of words as is her passion for visuals.

20 May 2018

Symphony of secular sounds

Raising the crescendo are choristers from the The Capital City Minstrels.

20 May 2018

Emerging from the whirlwind of movement art

Dance, there will most certainly be but before that, there will be practice. Relentless, tiring and sometimes trying practice. Anything that sees its genesis in the imagination of art impresario Shobh

13 May 2018

Bringing back the Ayurvedic Discourse 

Ayurveda is facing a terrible crisis of skepticism. Here is an attempt to simplify the philosophy and to 
rethink its relevance
 

13 May 2018

New plates of sensorial minimalism

Chef De cuisine Masahiro Kinoshita’s culinary worldliness that he has dexterously constructed at Megu at The Leela Palace.

06 May 2018

Dramatic brooming out of societal clutter

A Marathi domestic help’s story that traverses a power-packed narrative on loathsome social monstrosities using comedy as its instrument for portrayal.

06 May 2018

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