Taste exotic local flavours, and savour history with food guides and walking hosts who take you on culinary expeditions through the lanes and bylanes of a city.
10 Mar 2018
Instead of sending junk to the landfill, a Tamil Nadu professor and his team transform it into creative art installations on their university campus
17 Feb 2018
Through her immersion centre in Chennai, Sheela Balaji attempts to preserve Indian heritage rice varieties that cure several ailments.
18 Nov 2017
In small pockets of the country, efforts are being made to build a community of readers, book by book, finds Jayanthi Somasundaram
28 Oct 2017
Food writer Rakesh Ranganathan documents recipes of prasadams served at 150 temples.
07 Oct 2017
Meet the duo of Vraj:Bhoomi who effortlessly blend age-old traditions with forward-thinking aesthetics.
26 Aug 2017
Even before the Gorakhnath temple in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, sowed the seeds for it political base, craft and weaving clusters had set their foot around its main gate.
01 Jul 2017
Love for handloom led a Bengaluru-based ecologist to learn spinning yarn on the charkha and inspire others to do the same.
01 Jul 2017
A Tamil Nadu-based woman advertiser, inspired by her architect husband and daughter, discovers her hidden talent of drawing
14 Apr 2017
Indian classical music is being taken out of air-conditioned halls to the country’s backwaters, because vocalists and musicians have discovered a new rasika.
11 Feb 2017
To provide comfortable footwear to people in need, Mumbai-based start-up Greensole repairs worn out and used shoes and turns them into trendy ones
07 Jan 2017
Dancer Chitra Visweswaran and vocalist Bombay Jayashri collaborate for a dance-drama on the Krishna devotee
24 Sep 2016
Three young architects from Belagavi are documenting the marvellous heritage structures of the town.
27 Aug 2016
At India’s first 3D trick art museum in Chennai, artist A P Shreethar has created effects on artworks to give illusions.
09 Jul 2016
A camera museum in Chennai throws new light on the rare wooden and metal boxes that captured history
21 May 2016
Brainwork is getting a rebirth across India as traditional and ancient board games reclaim their lost glory
21 May 2016
Tattoo has come of age in India as the younger generation takes to it with a vengeance.
17 Apr 2016
Families that are working together to track, document and safeguard heirloom recipes to the true epicurean’s delight.
09 Apr 2016
If Chinmaya Arjun Raja is not holding a spatula in his hand, then he’s busy looking at a piling list of orders for his home-made sun-dried pickles.
13 Mar 2016
Sports can change the world, address issues, inspire and provide hope. Some people have taken games to doorsteps, parks and villages to make them a key agent in sustainable social change
29 Feb 2016