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Oscar Wilde’s journey of life was filled with irony

Oscar Wilde was imprisoned for homosexual acts and now years later, after his death, he has been pardoned in 2017 because it is no longer a crime. Oscar Wilde’s work always had imitated life and its paradoxes. His married life led to satirical plays and after his imprisonment he wrote about.....

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Teen girl uses art to raise awareness on depression in teens

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The padayani ritual of Kerala

Padayani is a temple ritual performed mostly in the Bhagwati or Bhadrakali temples located on the banks of Pampa river. It involves knowledge of 64 artforms or kalas mentioned in the Shastras. It is a re-creation of the event of pacifying the Bhagwati or Bhadrakali by Shiva and his Bhootganas. It.....

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Artists strengthening India’s pop culture roots

Some artists are bringing India’s pop culture about the common people of the country. Vivek Mathur, co-founder of Indika Entertainment Advertising, recreates popular global cinema campaigns. Bhuvan Bam changed the definition of comedy with his YouTube channel BB Ki Vines. Prateek Kuhad is b.....

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Bobby portrays beauty of simplicity in his Seabird project

New York-based artist Bobby Doherty showcases the unadulterated beauty of simple everyday objects and landscapes in his personal project, titled Seabird. His images are shot without digital imagery and presented as objectively as possible, which are hyper-real and in lurid colours. He shot the im.....

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Sanskrit Diwas, honouring popular classic literatures

Sanskrit Diwas is celebrated on Aug 26th on Shravana Purnima of Hindu Calendar. The day was first celebrated in 1969 and talks about the impact and importance of Sanskrit. 6 major works written in Sanskrit were honoured that are famous in other regional languages are: Panchatantra, Kama Sutra, Yo.....

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Innovative idea to make children read more

Modern High School for Girls in Ballygunge has created a unique corridor library, where students can select books from the bookshelf and keep them back without any records. The school had started off with book bins before opting for shelves. This idea gives kids a little push and a non-formal env.....

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Celebrating Indian Classical music and dance: Parampara 2018

Parampara Series 2018, in its 22nd edition, has maestros performing a mesmerising experience of Indian classical arts with young artists. It is a 3-day celebration of Indian classical performing arts presented by the Natya Tarangini Performing Arts Centre and will be held at Kamani Auditorium in .....

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Strong women was the central theme Seattle Art Fair

The Seattle art fair which ended last week had the theme of strong women. Art experts say that exhibits were either political or mysterious in nature and received a good response from women art buyers. The highlights of the fair were ‘Devant la Mer’ painted by Jean-Pierre Cassigneul a.....

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Indian truck art showcased in UK by Assam-born artist

Lata Upadhyaya, an Assam-born British artist has tweaked the common Indian truck art to showcase the contribution of the British migrants. Lata inspired by the ‘moving art of Indian highways’. She worked on her white transport van with a mix of Indian art forms, Chinese motifs and Eur.....

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All about India’s first Tribal Museum

Madhya Pradesh’s Tribal Museum is in the news off late, as it showcases the culture of indigenous people of the state. It is India’s first live Tribal Museum. It was inaugurated in 2014 by the former President Pranab Mukherjee. The campus has been divided in six colourful galleries. L.....

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India Art Fair’s 11th edition from Jan 31 – Feb 3 next year

India Art Fair organisers have announced that it will begin its 11th edition on January 31 next year. This 4-day annual art fair is known for its strong representation of leading Indian art galleries alongside selected exhibitors from across the world. The fair has opened up applications from gal.....

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Indian history showcased in unique Shekhawati art

A collection of Shekhawati collages made between 1930 and 1955 featuring images of Indian leaders and freedom fighters pasted on painted backgrounds shows the local understanding of India’s independence movement. The exhibition on display is a result of Aditya Ruia’s research into the.....

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Gerald Durell and his love for creepy creatures

Like Ruskin Bond, Gerald Durrell was also a writer who loved creatures that crept and crawled including scorpions. He treated them with respect and compassion. His mission was to set up a home for wildlife particularly, endangered species. Durrell’s lasting legacy was in establishing a zoo,.....

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Mangrove: Portraying the life from the Sunderbans

An exhibition at the Academy of Fine Arts in Calcutta showcased a group of artists called Mangrove from the Sunderbans and their works. Through their works, they wanted to tell the world about the life in the Sunderbans and how tough it is to make a livelihood. Swapan Kumar Mondal, Arup Kumar Mon.....

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Manohar Shyam Joshi, the literary legend

Uttarakhand took pride in celebrating its versatile author Manohar Shyam Joshi’s 85th birthday with joy. With his unique writings, Joshi has enriched literature. His dramas Hum Log and Buniyaad have attained glory and eminence. His mega serials like Hamrahi, Zameen Aasman, Gatha etc. have b.....

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Govt. School instill awareness with short political satire

Madurai’s East Panchayat Union Primary school’s students witnessed a short political satire dealing with land and agriculture right and negligence of politicians and a need of good leadership. This 20-minute play was enacted by the children of Madurai Seed, a voluntary organisation fo.....

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JNU’s School of arts expand pedagogical boundaries

JNU has their School of Arts and Aesthetics in public focus now apart from their advanced studies in social sciences. SAA, an institutional innovation within JNU, its curricular resilience, plays a role in conceptualising higher education in the field of arts in India and abroad with cross discip.....

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Fairytale-inspired Botanical Garden

Imaginary world exhibition, hosted by International Mosaic Culture of Montreal, will vow the visitors with the story books theme world of sculptures in and out, according to their website. Staged in 14 installations, the sculptures are large “steel forms covered in soil-and-sphagnum moss an.....

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Photographer Karen Marie’s Disney princesses’ series

Photographer Karen Marie’s new born Disney princesses’ series went viral online. She has now done a follow-up shoot with the same new-born babies who have turned one. She says she is creating lifetime of memories for them. These infants dressed as Disney princesses are just as popular.....

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Books for women wanting control over money

Wealthy people have one thing in common. They are avid readers of self improvement books. Here are some books about taking control of your money- Knowing your value: Women, Money and what you’re worth by Mika Brzezinski. Why Women Should Rule the World by Dee Dee Myers. Women & Money: O.....

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Body art to challenge social norms

Athi-Patra Ruga is a South African performing artist who uses his body as a medium for telling stories. His performances and tapestries challenge the social norms. Queens in Exile is his current body of work which addresses issues of belonging, his earlier work being queens of Azania. He desensit.....

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Read these books on immigration in a single sitting

U.S.A’s present immigration crisis cannot be understated. These authors wrote their personal experiences with the immigration system. Valeria Luiselli’s ‘Tell Me How It Ends’ talks about her time as a translator for the unaccompanied migrant children. Diane Guerrero wrote .....

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What Librarians do other than check out books

Librarians are vital to the education system, they acquire new books, recommend them and also check them in and out. But there are other surprising things that they do. For instance, they schedule author visits and book signings, organise community classes and even offer extensive technical servi.....

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Love during the annals of world war

The book ‘The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society Bloomsbury Publishing Pages’ is a feel good book written in the epistolary format. Its set in England right after World War II. The book even had actress Helen Mirren to speak highly of its story telling, something which the auth.....

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A book talking about friend-zoning

Sudeep Nagarkar in his new book ‘She friend-zoned my love’ talks about a cute love story of teenager Apurv and Amyra. Apurv had fallen in love with Amyra at first sight and plans to woo her with his gift of gab. Sudeep got this idea for the novel while browsing Facebook and seeing som.....

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Latest from Ruskin Bond’s stable talks of warm friendship

Ruskin Bond’s latest book ‘Ranji: The Music Maker’ is about 9-year-old Ranji who loves music and animals, which Ruskin shows as the most wonderful things that can happen to a child. He uses Ranji’s loneliness and his quest for a friend to teach us that bonding with fellow .....

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Art and literature inspired by Jallikattu

Ryan Lobo, photographer and author, will be in conversation with Theodore Baskaran, a film historian, on ‘Jallikattu –Power and the glory’ at Bangalore International Centre today at 6.30pm. They found that Jallikattu has been inspiring poems, songs, books and paintings for centu.....

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A must-read book for all children: Like A Girl

Buy Aparna Jain’s book, ‘Like a Girl: Real Stories for Tough Kids’ that features inspirational life stories of 56 women who fought persistently against a bigoted society. It tells stories of rulers, politicians, performing artists, sportspeople, journalists, writers and activist.....

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Why one should read bad books

Avid reader Kerri Jarema writes about falling in love with reading through books that she didn’t enjoy. After ploughing through a bad book determinedly, she writes reviews on Goodreads. In retrospect she realises that reading bad books have helped hone her critiquing and writing skills. It .....

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Indian art in Australia: Bushra Hasan

Lucknow-born graphic artist Bushra Hasan has used art to create her own identity in Australia. In five years, her distinct strokes have made her a name to reckon with. Her work is colourful and reflective of India’s diverse artistic culture. She hopes to help children who have been sexually.....

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The Impact of Silence

The power of silence can sometimes have more impact than other forms of art. That was what exactly the experience by the audience was after they had watched a riveting act put up by students of Mumbai’s Dance Company-Academy Sumeet Nagdev Dance Art (SNDA).  The performance touched upon.....

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Queer Books for the beach

Here are queer books that will you will find handy while relaxing on your beach towel. Becky Albertalli’s Leah on the Offbeat follows leah as she copes with her bisexuality. Andrew Greer’s Less is about Arthur Less, a failed author, who attends a series of literary happenings around t.....

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Danielle Steel, what we don’t know about her

Danielle Steel, world renowned bestselling author penned an autobiography for ‘Us’ listing some things we didn’t know about her. She love shopping and binge-watching her favorite TV shows ‘Call the Midwife’. She is bilingual in English and French, which is her 1st la.....

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Arundhati Roy on writer with political tendencies

Arundhati Roy has written mainly non-fiction after her ‘God of Small Things’ days, tackling subjects like Hindu nationalism, Kashmiri Independence, inequality, environmental destruction . She sees politics and writings as inseparable and is against the modern expectation of writers to.....

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Bihar Diaries: A book on fearless IPS officer Amit Lodha

Amit Lodha, an IPS officer, has penned the ‘Bihar Diaries’, a scintillating tale of him catching one of Bihar’s most criminal mastermind, Vijay Samrat. It starts from the time IITian Lodhi joins IPS and tracing his career trajectory and also Samrat’s crime series. It also .....

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Improve your memory effectively

Get a copy of "The Ultimate Guide to Master your Memory"  written by the President of  World Memory Sports Council - India, Jayasimha Ravirala, one of India's leading trainers in memory and soft skills. He explains methods to organise the mind and to ensure that it starts .....

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Vadodara artists work on display in Italy’s beach

Sangam Vankhade, a 29 year old artist from Vadodara has sculpted art dedicated to Indian heritage on Marble in Caorle, a town overlooking the Adriatic Sea in Venice, Italy. He has created miniature versions of Indian heritage sites on the beaches in Caorle.  Sangan Vankhade sculpted his work.....

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World’s 1st digital psychedelic art museum unveiled in Tokyo

Tokyo’s MORI Building Digital Art Museum, has been unveiled as the world’s 1st all-digital psychedelic art museum. It is a collaboration between the developer and art collective TeamLab. Visitors visit a maze of dark, empty rooms, entering into or onto 50 kaleidoscopic installations p.....

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The Maharaja Collection to move to NGMA

The priceless art collection housed in the Air India building at NAriman Point will become a part of the repository of the National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), Delhi when the building is bought by the Shipping Ministry. The “Maharaja collection” includes 4000 works of masters like M.....

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Sughra Hussainy explores art in asylum

30 year-old Afghan artist Sughra Hussainy abandoned her home in Kabul and sought asylum in the US for the love of art. She creates small, intricate paintings with ornate detail, overlaid with calligraphy, using traditional Afghan techniques. She makes her own paper, crushes lapis lazuli to make p.....

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The inner worlds of Children

According to Paiva’s case studies, more than being a parent it is even more difficult being a child. In her book Love & Rage: the inner worlds of children, Paiva delves into the inner world of children, their struggles and emotional trauma. In India, parents, doctors and teachers tend t.....

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Unravelling the mystery of mind and the brain

Michael Gazzaniga, professor of psychology, examines what he refers to as the “problem of consciousness” in his new book, The Consciousness Instinct: Unraveling the Mystery of How the Brain Makes the Mind.  He explains a concept of modular organization i.e. consciousness is an am.....

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Muslim woman writes Ramayana in Urdu to spread harmony

Dr Mahi Talat Siddiqui from UP has become herself an example of humanity and religious harmony by writing Ramayana in Urdu. She wanted both Muslim and Hindu community aware the goodness of Ramayana. It took her more than one and a half years to write it. She focused on the fact that the translati.....

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Raja Ravi Varma’s connection to Madras

Renowned Indian painter Raja Ravi Varma shares an indelible connection with the city of Madras, where he first tasted success, reveals his fourth generation descendant, who has penned a book on her distinguished great-great-grandfather. Hitherto unknown details about the realist painter have been.....

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Inspiring art on over-bridge in Ongole

‘Bharatiya Kala Varadhi’, a stretch on the Chennai-Kolkata highway brings to life India’s culture and heritage through murals and paintings on its walls, stretching up to a distance of one km. Artists from across India have painted renowned personalities like Kuchipudi dancer Si.....

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Things you didn’t know about the Potter world

Harry Potter was penned on a train by JK Rowling, a single mom on welfare, 21 years ago. It got lots of rejections until Bloomsbury published 1st book ‘in 1997 and the rest is history, selling 450 million copies, made into 8 movies and turning Rowling into a Billionaire. Rowling apologises .....

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Penguin Random House India acquires Hind Pocket Books

Penguin Random House India has acquired Hind Pocket Books, which was established in 1958 and are widely considered as pioneers in publishing Hindi and Urdu paperbacks in India. Hind Pocket Books are known for their critically acclaimed titles. The acquisition would make the presence of PRHI&rsquo.....

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Cannes accused of celebrating abstract advertising

A raging discussion at Cannes this year was the accusation against advertising awards of celebrating awards not based on real campaigns but those that keep the awards in mind. The supporters argue the larger point of the awards is to celebrate advertising not as a real profession but as an abstra.....

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Take a look at this week’s reading list

You can start off this week with ‘Illiberal India: Gauri Lankesh and the Age of Unreason’ that is set in the backdrop of intolerance consuming the country. ‘Anita Gets Bail’ covers Arun Shourie’s own experiences with the judiciary. ‘Goodbye Freddie Mercury&rsqu.....

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‘Romantic encounter of a sex worker’: An eye opener

Famous activist and sex worker in her book ‘Romantic encounter of a sex worker’ portrays the life before and after the encounter and her clients. It recounts her street life as sex worker and her clients with intimacy. She recollects it with humor and nastiness. She is an activist and.....

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Behind the success of Alice in Wonderland

Alice In Wonderland was a story that Charles Dodgson, a mathematician, made up whie he was entertaining his dean’s children and one of the kids Alice begged him to write the book. So he used a pseudonym Lewis Carrol and did the illustrations himself. The boos publishers Macmillan was not re.....

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An art exhibition to promote peace in Kashmir

An exhibition on contemporary Kashmiri art is being held at Silk Factory, Srinagar and is on till June 24. It is being organised by the Kashmir Art Quest and is showcasing the works of 60 Kashmiri artists from around the world. It aims to promote the idea of peace, harmony, and togetherness throu.....

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Create your own TreeOf Life photos

Normalizing breastfeeding, moms are transforming the moments of nourishing their child into stunning photo illustrations. The unique #TreeofLife photos are made using the free PicsArt app and Tree of Life sticker pack. Upload the photo, insert the tree with roots image and use the "magic&quo.....

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Ethnic Souvenirs from across India

On the occasion of World Ethnic Day, let us peek into India’s vibrant amalgamation of culture and ethnicities. The richness of traditions and heritage is reflected in every state which is unique and illustrious. Ethnicity is effortlessly reflected though its souvenirs and keepsakes which gi.....

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The Story of a stolen Song

Historically copyrights and patents proceeded along two parallel channels which have now been brought together an agreement under WTO. Historically authors gained little from copyrights, which were accrued to publishers. The classic example is that of legendary Tamil poet Subramania Bharati, the .....

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London’s Hyde Park gets its floating tomb scuplture

A 20ft. high ancient Egyptian tomb sculpture made from 7506 red, white and mauve barrels floating on a lake in London’s Hyde Park, was unveiled by Bulgarian-born artist Christo. This floating installation has 2 vertical sides, 2 slanted sides and a flat top. The colors will change with the .....

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Harry Potter fan gets engagement ring of the 4 houses

Reddit user Katiemack777 posted a picture of her new engagement ring in the community, featuring a diamond that had small gemstones. Her fiancé, knowing her love for Harry Potter, designed a ring that had 2 outer bands; smaller diamonds as well as a quartet of precious stones in the colour.....

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Imran Khan’s ex-wife says her book 'tell-all' contains truth

The ex-wife of Imran Khan , Reham Khanon claimed that the controversy looms over her upcoming autobiography 'tell-all' was because of the truth it contained it. She denied the claim that the controversy irrupted because it was leaked. “Even if I write the book or not, everyone knows.....

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Laurie Anderson to publish second book called ‘Shout’

Author Laurie Anderson who wrote the prize-winning young adult novel ‘Speak’ is coming out with a new book called ‘Shout’ in 2019. She says her new book will be her memoir about surviving rape and the war against rape culture. She herself was sexually assaulted before her .....

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Kala Drishti taking up the cause of art awareness

Anjali Jain’s Delhi-based NGO is fighting to keep the cause of keeping art alive in India by providing a platform for budding and struggling artists to take their art places. And to encourage the young to find an interest in the field as well. It  promises the forum of 70-80 artists ca.....

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International Artists represent Meghalaya’s heritage

An exhibition titled, ’Abode of Clouds’ is on display with works by Artists Point International art residency programme in Meghalaya in 2016. It is aimed to introduce a dialogue between diverse cultures. Local school children from areas around the East Khasi Hills took part in the exh.....

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German artist paints Sri Devi in eco-friendly colors

German artist, David Tollman, while displaying his paintings in Delhi for environment day had everyone’s attention on a specific painting. This was of the late Bollywood actress Sri Devi which was done in eco-friendly colors. Most of the visitors were surprised to see a Sri Devi painting am.....

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Listen to Insta account Paper Samosa speak to your hearts

Simmi, creator of the Instagram account 'Paper Samosa,' calls it her ‘hoodrat stuff’ that means cool and quirky, the kind that belongs to the underbelly. The art here are simple things that everyone will resonate with and it is not too intense and that is the beauty of it. Som.....

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A collector of hand fans

Jatin Das is a painter and sculptor who has a unique collection of over 6000 hand fans. He started collecting these fans 40 years ago. His fan collection is being currently showcased in an exhibition titled, Pankha. He is of the view that the Indian government should create a museum for different.....

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Chronicles of the subtle colors of the soul

Devender Badiger, from Karnataka, is all set to display his recent work at the exhibition titld ‘Subtle Elements’ in Jehangir Art Gallery in Mumbai from June 5 to 11. The theme of this exhibition is basically a study in human qualities and forms, all captured by the paint brush. Those.....

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Artist turns Disney princesses into career women

Graphic Designer Matt Burt has decided to challenge the outdated perception that girls should pursue finding a fairy tale romance by turning iconic Disney princesses into career women. Matt’s collection shows each Disney princess with a thriving career field matching their interests and ski.....

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‘Celebrating Life’ with Swati Pasari

Swati Pasari is an artist and sculptor with her latest artwork ‘Celebrating Life’ attracting art lovers. Kolkata-based artist, with her hard work and determination, achieved heights in this genre. Her paintings with oil and water colour, sculptures without faces all bestow a unique to.....

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The paradox of being women artist

In the arena of arts, women do not get free roll of dice just for the factor of their gender. A woman is restricted by factors of logistics where she has to travel and have a studio which she can access 24x7.  There is no discrimination on creative level, unless artists would gender tax on t.....

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A colourful wall apart

The walls of DN Nagar metro station in Mumbai flaunt colourful drawings, covering a 4000 sq m wall. These murals depict city’s traffic-clogged streets to shouting fishermen capturing essence of the city. Painted by 8 city based artists and locals, the project took 20 days to complete, was a.....

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MeToo movement sparking demand for art by women

The #Metoo movement has brought women artists into prominence in the art world.  Rising stature of women in the art world has come amid global awareness of women’s rights, who were earlier overlooked and under-respected. The trend of women artist reaching the top is reflected in both t.....

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Books that help survive the digital age

Novelist Julian Gough suggests an essential reading list to help “survive the complicated, stressful digital age.” The books are Marshall McLuhan Unbound by Marshall McLuhan, Ubik by Philip K. Dick, The Singularity is Near by Ray Kurzweil, To Be a Machine by Mark O’Connell, Neur.....

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Gorakhpur’s terracotta products to get GI tag

The famed terracotta products made from the special soil found in Gorakhpur’s Bhathat region district is all set to get GI tag benefiting the artists whose major source of income are creating these products, and also the national and international traders. Terracota was selected under the &.....

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Aalankritha Art Gallery grows in popularity

The works of over 60 artists are featured in the gallery of the website of Aalankritha Art Gallery. Prices range from Rs.5000 to several lakhs. Featured artists include Gouri Vemula, Srinivas Chary, Shubhada Bhosale, Subrata Das, Thota Vaikuntam, Umakant Kanade, Goranga Beshai, Jagannath Paul, Na.....

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Aalankritha art gallery Hyderabad – encouraging art

Founded in 2003 by Prashanti Goel, a self-taught artist, Aalankritha Art Gallery is a space for artists, art aficionados and students in Hyderabad. It hosts up to two shows a month and holds workshops. Spread across differently-designed storeys of a building, it holds online sales of artworks tha.....

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Prominent women artists and their self-portraits

Though selfies are ubiquitous now, self-portraiture is not a by-product of smart phones. American street photographer Vivian Maier, German artist Paula Becker, African-American Lois Mailou Jones, Judith Leyster, South African photographer Zanele Muholi and Mexican artist Frida Kahlo are female ar.....

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Must visit Indian villages with unique handmade traditions

India has many artisans who live in India’s numerous small towns and villages, who churn out masterpeices with their hands but they fail to be noticed by the outside world. Here are a list of such artisanal villages. TN’s Thiruchigadi has a long-standing legacy of traditional clay pot.....

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‘The Shape Of Water’ :, Story with a message

‘The shape of water,’ is an Oscar-bagged movie and a famous novel that got many appreciations. Guillermo Del Toro and Daniel Krais depicts the extraordinary love story of Elisa, a mute janitor at a Govt research center in Baltimore falling in love with an amphibious man who was impris.....

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Pongal, the favourite porridge of South Indians

Pongal is a favourite porridge of South Indians. It is made with lentils and rice .Pressure cook lentils, rice, ginger, turmeric water, black pepper and salt for 8 minutes. Temper mustard seeds with ghee or butter. Add red chillies and cashew nuts and cook for 30 seconds. Add curry leaves and pou.....

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Creative and appealing home decor

We all dream for a beautiful home decorated with creative apparatus. Creativity enhances a home and gives it a unique look. Pastel paints, floral accents, fresh patterns all offer a brilliant feel to our home. Besides this, trendy lampshades, silver tea sets, terrazzo coasters, marble cheese boar.....

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Michelle Obama releases cover of her new book

Former First Lady Michelle Obama unveiled the book cover of her highly anticipated memoir ‘Becoming’ this Thursday. The book is scheduled to be published globally on November 13. Michelle selected the coverphoto for her book from the photoshoot that was done earlier this year in Washi.....

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Alka Raghuvanshi remembers Tagore

Alka Raghuvanshi shares her experience in Tagore Utsav that was a real tribute to Rabindranath Tagore. She was happy to see the students of St. Thomas School salute the legendry poet by singing his poem. In the 7th Tagore Utsav, as a panel member, she took part with other prominent speakers. The .....

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Happiness: Life Lessons from a Creative Addict

Dr Yusuf Mechant in his book ‘Happyness: Life Lessons from a Creative Addict’ exposes the various ways to achieve peace and happiness in life. Happiness in the family is related with kids. The good values of parents nourish the kids. Rather than forcing them to do something, we must s.....

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Manthan, a treat for art lovers

Manthan is an art treat that portrays the cultural renaissance of our times through painting. 4-day art show comprises of works from famous painters, sculptors and muralists with their bold colors and simplicity that attracts art lovers. It is noted as the best gallery for co-temporary and tribal.....

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Millenials prefer reading books over e-books

A study found adult consumers across all ages, including millenials, perceive owning e-books different from physical books. They are physically attached to physical books and use them to establish a sense of self and belonging. They also experience books through multiple senses, like, describing .....

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