Ayesha Singh

Trial to triumph: A story of unsung heroes

History tells us a lot. But does it tell it all? The study of human affairs and statesmanship from time immemorial has often told us just a part of the story.

17 hours ago

Sneaker heads kick in action

More than half of his salary spent, Siddharth Pal, a former Adidas employee, still couldn’t find contentment in his closet of 150 sneakers that he bought compulsively.

17 hours ago

A self-taught Delhi artist's journey: Inking her heart’s art

Self-taught artist Neha Dasgupta has embarked on an artistic journey that allows her soul to bask in the glory of Madhubani art

18 Feb 2018

Karan Khosla Trio: Racing down the sound circuit

His music, just like him, tends to pick up from the environment it thrives in.

18 Feb 2018

Splendour of the night casts its spell

Kathak dancer Vidha Lal watched the night closely. But it’s not darkness that she saw. She saw light that guided her to a happy place within her core.

11 Feb 2018

Italian culinary story through epochs of time

The equivocal nature of history has thrown open questions about the ‘authenticity paradox’ that beckons us to broaden our understanding of the word

11 Feb 2018

Instruments of history play out Punjabi heritage

At a time when lyrics are drowned into the thumping beats of the guitar, bass, piano, drums and amplifiers, the raw sweetness of Indian folk instruments is calling for attention.

11 Feb 2018

India, Singapore turn to sculpture heritage for stronger ties

AS twilight dissolved into darkness, the cold night received its warmth from the amiability of the conversations that sang the glory of the work being showcased as part of Of Human Heritage at The Met

04 Feb 2018

Milestone bearing a 20-year mark: Fashion designers Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna

The fashion space, when they started their business was honest, naive and down to earth, they recall.

04 Feb 2018

Shattering silence over the present ‘state of affairs’ with art

In Holy Shiver, a compilations of artworks, artist Riyas Komu speaks of a state that is in contradiction with its fundamental principles.

04 Feb 2018

Ingenuity becomes the elixir of grandma’s hope in 'George’s Marvelous Medicine'

The play is being presented by The Birmingham Stage Company that chose to tell a story written by one of the most prolific authors of children’s books—Roald Dahl.

04 Feb 2018

India and Singapore unite to script a sculptural story

The exhibition promotes closer ties between India and ASEAN through the common art practise of sculpture making

28 Jan 2018

Longing fills the creative abyss with colours of calling

We’ve all felt that nag of persistent, unsettling hankering for dreams to be realised, for hopes to be met, for aspirations to find home, for lost childhood, for the remembrance of a familiar landscap

28 Jan 2018

Stamp of ultraviolet strength

From the conventional to the peculiar, Pantone’s Colour of 2018, ultraviolet, stands for activism, action and all things fashion

21 Jan 2018

A lifeline dotted with testing times and triumph

The weight of emotional scars is a burden inconspicuous to the outside world that views everything as normal. But that spurious normalcy comes at a price.

21 Jan 2018