Neha Kirpal

Emotions in the raw

The 15th edition of the META in Delhi will talk about conversations with God, the unending cycle of life, mental health and human psyche, and more

14 Mar 2020

Book review: 'Shadow City, A woman walks Kabul' - Travel tales from a war-ravaged land

Khan, whose works have been widely published in India and internationally, spent long periods of time between the years 2006 and 2013 working with Afghan media professionals in Kabul.

15 Feb 2020

Cup of melody

Delhi-based electronica producers Komorebi and Curtain Blue’s latest collaboration embodies the spirit of a soothing cuppa

08 Feb 2020

Prateek Kuhad: Conquering the global stage one step at a time

Independent singer-songwriter Prateek Kuhad has the world listening to his love ballads including the former US President, Barack Obama

18 Jan 2020

'Books banned, visit restricted in own country'; Chinese author tells her story

Jung Chang talks about writing about the Soong sisters from Shanghai in her latest book, Big Sister, Little Sister, Red Sister, and her struggle to be a writer in China.

18 Jan 2020

2020 is year of short story for me, says Perumal Murugan

As he gears up for the upcoming Jaipur Literature Festival, the Tamil writer talks about creative freedom, the influence of his mother, and more

21 Dec 2019

Spiritual oasis

While Udaipur has been done and dusted by most tourists, what remains unseen is a set of ancient temples neighbouring the city.

07 Dec 2019

Rani of Jhansi's story gets Hollywood rendition

Indian American Swati Bhise who turned director with her ambitious film on the valiant queen aims to educate the West on how the British plundered India.

30 Nov 2019

Sounds of the jungle

With the release of his latest album, Jangal, sarod artiste Soumik Datta wants to raise awareness about the climate crisis

16 Nov 2019

Read about the stars of Delhi's Lalit Arpan Festival

Two Kathak maestros portray unique facets of the dance form at the 18th Lalit Arpan Festival.

19 Oct 2019

Khaled Hosseini's 'The Kite Runner' comes to Delhi's theatre world

Come October and Khaled Hosseini’s 2003 classic The Kite Runner is all set to be staged in Delhi.

21 Sep 2019

Book review: 'The far field' sheds light on the fault lines of history

In the quest, Shalini meets a cast of tender characters, who become almost like family to her.

08 Sep 2019

The root cause

Through her music and TV show, singer-songwriter Pragnya Wakhlu is on a mission to bring Kashmiri culture to the centrestage

24 Aug 2019

Shades of solitude

As the daughter of Sahitya Akademi Award winner poet Pratibha Satpathy and literary critic Nityananda Satpathy, Paramita says she was fortunate to have been raised in an atmosphere of literature.

11 Aug 2019

Onstage oracle of digitally divine

Bharatanatyam exponent Jayalakshmi Eshwar reinvents the dance form for a second time by blending technology and tradition.

11 Aug 2019

Nestled in the fir forests of Himachal Pradesh, Narkanda remains unexplored

Narkanda is guarded by the Hatu Peak, which at an altitude about 12,000 feet, and is one of the highest peaks in the Shimla district.

29 Jun 2019

Sehgal tells unknown tales of animals through 'A tigress called Machhli'

They say that animals have a therapeutic effect on humans, and help them live a better, more wholesome life.

29 Jun 2019

Voices of desi diaspora

US born, India-raised and London-based jazz musician, percussionist and producer Sarathy Korwar’s second studio album, More Arriving, draws on the nascent rap scenes of Mumbai and Delhi.

07 Jun 2019

A Filmmaker and His Lens

In an age where cinema has become synonymous with entertainment, Kasaravalli’s works provide some quintessential food for thought.

01 Jun 2019

Heritage at the fingertips

An ongoing campaign aims to map lesser-known monuments across the country.

25 May 2019

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