Rochana Mohan

This gardener makes soaps with her garden produce

With the mid-day sun shining on her terrace, Anju Agarwal tends to more than 50 plants in her terrace garden, which includes varieties of spinach, tomatoes, carrots and beetroot.

14 Nov 2018

Marriage with a message

For Praveen and Shreya, who got married on October 22, their dream was to have a zero-waste wedding.

14 Nov 2018

City’s first inclusive park for kids nears completion, to open soon

Although children from the Resource Centre for Inclusive Education will be visiting the park, Krishnamoorthy hopes that the park grows into an inclusive space for all.

14 Nov 2018

Chennai on ‘Tinder’ hooks

Swipe right if you like what you see, swipe left if you don’t, and swipe upwards if you are really into what you see.

12 Nov 2018

Living positively with HIV

Girls run down the stairs, dressed in colourful clothes, to welcome Latha Krishna. Once all the eight girls are seated on the floor in the living room, Latha distributes dresses to them for Diwali.

12 Nov 2018

Government Children’s Hospital to get creative arts therapy ward

With The Little Theatre, a 27-year-old non-profit theatrical organisation, the hospital hopes to make this a positive space for the children undergoing harsh and long-term treatment.

05 Nov 2018

I went vegan for a day and...

I decided to follow a vegan diet for 24 hours.

01 Nov 2018

Directing the rhythm of his beats

It was in the gurukulam system then, so I was functioning as a sishya.

31 Oct 2018

There will be blood...for dogs in need

In 2013, Sudharshan Naik first brought his Rajapalayam, Scooby, to the Madras Veterinary Hospital in Vepery to donate blood.

30 Oct 2018

The changing architecture

This was one of the exhibits displayed at the Anna University School of Architecture and Planning by 13 architects from across the country.

29 Oct 2018

Artist’s ‘together forever’ relationship with nature

An intricately drawn landscape, with a touch of green, yellow and blue forms the scene of a mountain range.

25 Oct 2018

Preserving her passions

To Thamima, the act of making the preserve is a calming experience.

25 Oct 2018

Messages from the past and future in 47 paintings

Around 50 paintings welcome you into the second floor of Lalit Kala Akademi.

24 Oct 2018

Fresh from the farm

On Rahul Dhoka’s terrace in Egmore, a greenhouse full of hydroponic planters welcomes the eye.

24 Oct 2018

Of Garba, Gujaratis and George Town

Under the evening sky, Sriram took the crowd down Mint Street, named after the minting factory the East India Company built there.

20 Oct 2018