This thought-provoking exhibition titled 'What were you wearing', in Brussels, aims to prove that a person's outfit can never and should never be considered a form of provocation for a 'rapist' and also to end the culture of victim blaming.
Besides highlighting the aesthetics and the beauty of Jain temples, artist Prashant Shah also underlines the life of Gomateshwara, the revered Jain monk whose tall statue in Shravanbelagola makes for a fascinating sight
Uttarayan, the six-month period between Makar Sankranti and Karka Sankranti (the day when marks the southern movement of the sun) marks the northward movement of the earth in the celestial sphere. People mark the celebrations by flying kites, so much so t
Considered one of the most ancient Hindu festivals, Makar Sankranti is observed according to solar cycles. Thus, it almost always falls on the same Gregorian date every year. This year it will be celebrated on January 14.
Makar Sankranti marks the onset of summer and the six months auspicious period for Hindus known as Uttaarayan. Dedicated to the sun god, the harvest festival celebrates the beginning of long days and is generally celebrated on the same date every year - J
Colourful decorations, children going from house to house while singing and asking for treats, kite flying, elaborate bonfires and feasts are all part of Makar Sankranti. To make your celebrations more memorable, we have curated a list of songs for you to
Lohri this year will be celebrated on January 13. If you have been too caught up with the preparations, then let's make things easier for you. Here's a list of songs you can easily add to your playlist to brighten up your celebration.
We have reached the tipping point of mechanisation, said handloom activist Uzramma at the national symposium on Handmade. It is time to look at your hands in awe and the wonders it can produce, she emphasised
The 'Sculpture Park' at the famed Madhavendra Palace inside the Nahargarh Fort aims to turn the entire venue into an art gallery, with sculptures displayed indoors as well as outdoors. Curated by Peter Nagy of Delhi's Nature Morte gallery, the exhibition