Ayesha Singh

The truth of multiple truths

Picking a leaf out of the Jain philosophy of Anekantavada, that stands for multiple realities, Bharatanatyam dancer Geeta Chandran has found resonance of it not only in her heart, but also in the rhyt

19 Nov 2017

Japanese jamboree on the turf of Delhi

Last year when Prime Minister Shinzo Abe from Japan and Narendra Modi from India met, they announced 2017 as a year of Japan-India friendly exchanges as an ancillary initiative to nourish the relation

19 Nov 2017

Pop imageries spark digital dialogues

Dissatisfaction led Arjun Sawhney, the curator of the exhibition, Ink, Reels and The Graphics Gang, to the point of exasperation. Just then an epiphany rerouted him to a new way of thinking.

19 Nov 2017

GI tag: It’s all about regionalism, economics, stupid

The Sunday Standard takes a looks at what the Geographical Indication tag means for the products and how it can be leveraged to contribute to the economy

19 Nov 2017

Narratives made word’s worth

Canadian poet Margaret Atwood once said, ‘A word after a word after a word is power’.

19 Nov 2017

Making memories with shared melodies

The 73 meters tall repository of our illustrious history, the Qutub Minar, will now metamorphosed into a cultural arcade of multiplicity.

12 Nov 2017

Sufi brotherhood brings musical mysticism

Nizami Brothers have travelled far and beyond, but the journey they’ve taken within their souls, seemed the longest, yet most extraordinary.

12 Nov 2017

From pathos of negligence to corridors of allure

An unrestrained expression of their dexterous textile stories are found beautifully woven into the narrative of their larger creative reservoir.

12 Nov 2017

Matters of art that resonate with the heart

It’s all about the little thing that beats in the middle of his chest, his benevolent heart that refuses to be consoled with mere words when it hurts.

12 Nov 2017

Exploratory steps hit the road

You will be most disoriented. You’ll understand what it is really like to loose control. Vulnerability will be your companion for the next hour.

05 Nov 2017

India screens a repository of eclectic Russian cinema

Since the 1960s, the Indo-Russian relationship has charted a trajectory of trust, military cooperation, economic partnerships and a common interest in technology.

05 Nov 2017

Branding the humble Khichdi cooks up mishmash of a debate

It’s not often that a common man’s food becomes fodder for debate on social media and the Internet. But that’s exactly what the humble khichdi has done these past few days.

05 Nov 2017

New glint in a sparkling story

PC Jeweller is riding high on the proposed launch of 20 new showrooms

02 Nov 2017

The living legend of harmony and humanity

Through the corridors of mellisonant sounds, Pandit Jasraj’s voice reverberates stalwartness of the most legendary kind.

29 Oct 2017

Music makers make melody legato

Uncle Neil is what Neil Nongkynrih, the founder of The Shillong Chamber Choir, is lovingly called by his students who sit around him on walnut coloured pallet bar stools.

29 Oct 2017