Monika Monalisa

Making the ‘glass’ ceiling

Entrepreneur Bela Patel speaks to CE about the art of making chandeliers and her crystal clear love for it

17 hours ago

Bring home a festive feel with red, white and a dash of green

The most popular one is making a book tree, for which you will have to pile up all your favourite  reads and sort them by size and shape.

12 Dec 2019

Dancer’s diary

Madhu Nataraj’s life revolves around her love for dance, textiles and travel, besides,of course, her favourite haunts in Malleswaram

12 Dec 2019

Boy With A Suitcase travels back home

After over 120 shows worldwide, the play, based in London, is coming to the city and focuses on a topic that audiences would connect to 

11 Dec 2019

Running closer to nature

This year, the marathon was completely eco-friendly and trash-free, with water being served in coconut shells, food in banana leaves and plates made out of areca leaves.

10 Dec 2019

On ground: A fish with a message

When you enter the premises of the music festival, Echoes of Earth, happening this weekend at Embassy International School, a 45-metre long shiny metallic fish will be hard to miss.

07 Dec 2019

Tape talk

When he’s not working with tape, he’s collecting it.

07 Dec 2019

A concoction of  Asian and Continental flavours

Resto-bar food menu can be usually predicable, but new menu in Nevermind, Indiranagar, has some exciting treasures.   

07 Dec 2019

Bringing smiles to rural kids

OSAAT, a city-based NGO works towards revamping dilapitated rural government schools 

05 Dec 2019

Now, matchmaking at your fingertips

It all started when she was trying to find a match for her brother on the existing matrimonial sites.

04 Dec 2019

Japanese films to say ‘Konichiwa’ to Bengaluru

Movie buffs in the city will get a chance to enjoy a different experience this month as Japan Film Festival is coming to Bengaluru for the first time.

04 Dec 2019

It’s a miracle to see how trees survive in India, says Manju Kumar

She loves trees, so much so that she didn’t hesitate to lash out at municipality workers for insensitively handling the living beings.

02 Dec 2019

Slow fashion picks up pace

From swapping clothes to renting them out, Bengalureans are looking at these options as a way to revamp their wardrobes

30 Nov 2019

Spelling out the magic words

In town for her first performance in B’luru, mentalist Suhani Shah talks to CE about how she overcame parental opposition and dropped out of school at the age of six to pursue magic 

27 Nov 2019

Through the lens: Exploring inner trauma through art

 Visual artist Indu Antony mostly depicts her works as a suppressed voice that wants to be heard.

26 Nov 2019