Ayesha Singh

On the emotional bandwagon

Jaskanwal Kaur, a recent Professor Emerita of Fine Arts from Chandigarh Education Department, lives a quiet, contemplative life that she fills with resplendent colours of contentment and composure.

12 hours ago

The inner power of superfoods

An emerging trend decodes the ‘super’ component in superfoods, for a healthy output.

18 May 2019

Indian dance weekend celebrations

Before we promote regional identities, it is important to embrace our national identity. That’s what brings us together in a seamless thread of solidarity. 

18 May 2019

International Museum Day: Why ‘humanising museums’ is the need of the hour

On the eve of International Museum Day (May 18), Vaibhav Chauhan, Founding Secretary, 
Sahapedia, talks about the changing face of Indian museums.

17 May 2019

Pahadi chicken to textured kale, new ‘cool-off ’ menu

Chef Vikramjit Roy, who is the Corporate Chef at White Hat Hospitality that owns Whisky Samba, is preparing plates for his new summer menu.

16 May 2019

Bazaar chaos in form and colour

Artist Rajesh Srivastava on his exhibition titled,Visual Aural

15 May 2019

Reflections on the Run

His feet moved tirelessly to traverse roads far and beyond. As his strides became ruthless, his spirit grew determined.

12 May 2019

Nature’s Nurture 
 

With increasing environmental consciousness and a heightened inter-dependency awareness, biophilic design is being rapidly incorporated into our concrete environments

12 May 2019

On Mother's Day, meet these digital moms who make it click

These mompreneurs, adept at technology and social media, have leveraged the virtual world to emerge as social media influencers.

12 May 2019

All forms of dance through an ungendered prism

Every eye in the room settles indiscreetly on Odissi dancer Kevin Bachan’s bare chest, as he strikes a trikhandi pranam (three-fold salutation) posture.

11 May 2019

Blooms in Meenakari

Tapping into this dynamics, are sisters Mamta and Vidhi Gupta of Zariin Jewellery, with their new line called Rozana – jewellery pieces for everyday wearability.

09 May 2019

Chefs reminisce on their fave mughlai dishes

At the onset of dusk for the next 40 days, Delhi will partake in iftar, a feast fit for the kings, at the capital’s prominent khao gullies. 

07 May 2019

Hop on the hip hop bandwagon

Independent record label, Azadi Records, is still basking in their Gully Boy fame, till the next phase of responsibility begins

06 May 2019

On a high like a dragonfly

In a ‘spirited’ adventure, mixologist Richard Hargroves passes, tosses, stirs, and serves freshly conceived drinks like a ninja on steroids.

06 May 2019