Shillpi A Singh

The moving finger writes: Sulekha Ink and its collector's edition 'Swadeshi line'

The pandemic trend of physically putting words on paper has created a renaissance that proves the pen is mightier than the keyboard.

13 Feb 2021

Life coaching for kids catches parents’ fancy

Psychologist, psychotherapist and ParenTeen coach Bharti Rakheja couldn’t agree more.

11 Mar 2019

Gujarati short 'Rammat-Gammat' to release on Drishyam’s YouTube channel

Written and directed by Ajitpal Singh, and co-produced by Tejas Shah and Mauli Singh, the short will be out on Drishyam Films’ YouTube channel in April.

04 Mar 2019

Ekavali Khanna on an ascent

Her first international project—What Will People Say—was Norway’s official entry to the Oscars, and she has two more projects—Indo-American and Indo-German—in her kitty.

02 Mar 2019

Jaypore’s new collections, an ode to traditional kurta

The true beauty of both these iterations in the Sanganeri collection lies in craftsmanship. Each piece is made using intricately carved blocks, followed by a tedious printing process.

24 Feb 2019

Pop culture extravaganza

We promise the best, most immersive weekend of this month.

23 Feb 2019

Zoya Akhtar, the Dhoni of filmmaking, says 'Gully Boy' star Vijay Varma

Completely in awe of Zoya, he says, “She makes the finest ensembles, and characters in her films are carefully etched out, each one has his or her own space."

20 Feb 2019

Indian jewels sparkle at NYFW ramp

Rounding out the celebration of the brand’s 10-year arch of success were Bibhu’s clients who brought his gowns to life.

19 Feb 2019

A collection that pays tribute to the historic East India leather

The production of EI leather declined when cost-effectiveness and ease of tanning made chemically tanned leathers famous.

19 Feb 2019

Where Lost Crafts Live

Fashion and accessory designer Abhishek Pratap Singh has had many firsts since he started working for Sabar tribals in Jharkhand in 2010.

17 Feb 2019

Narayan Jewellers sparkles at Bibhu Mohapatra’s New York Fashion Week

While the jewellery prices were set for Rs 18,000 white and rose gold for the show, each piece was crafted in beautiful, rare and responsibly sourced Forevermark Diamonds.

17 Feb 2019

50 yrs later, Ray’s classic is back

The director, who is a well-known illustrator and designer, who has illustrated almost all the children books written by Gulzar, talks about her film, and a lot more.  

16 Feb 2019

Kabir Utsav to promote social harmony and secular values

Sahitya Kala Parishad along with Delhi Government are organising Kabir Utsav 2019 which is a festival of many different folk traditions, music and instruments.

16 Feb 2019

‘Smart’ audio-tactile resources for visually impared children

Although primarily designed for children with visual impairment, these products are beneficial for children with developmental delays and learning disabilities.

16 Feb 2019

Shrujan brings the magic of needlework to Delhi

Another thing that came across was the intricate and diverse embroidery done by rural women.

14 Feb 2019

Bird of Dusk offers a befitting tribute to Rituparno Ghosh

Writer, film and theatre director, and singer Dr Sangeeta Datta’s documentary Bird of Dusk is a befitting tribute to multi-faceted Rituparno Ghosh in more ways than one.

11 Feb 2019

Pushing boundaries through dance

Challenging the ordinary is an exciting process of discovery and creation for her.

10 Feb 2019

Time to Camp with your kids in city 

A hard childhood and an equally difficult marriage made her question what she was missing in her life.

09 Feb 2019

Let girls have some fun and play football

So let the girls have some fun and play football.

07 Feb 2019

Sweat the furious fast

Everyone seems angry most of the time. At work, at home, on the road—the fuse is short out there.

02 Feb 2019

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