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Remains of the Day

After digitally restoring paintings at the Ajanta Caves for 27 years, artist-photographer Prasad Pawar presents his works in an exhibition for the first time

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Let Bronze Do the Talking

Artist Rajesh Ram’s exhibition critiques the present day political environment and everyday realities

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‘Clothes that get you raped!’ A hard-hitting exhibition shows that clothes don’t provoke rapists

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.

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A slice of Mahishmati in Madurai

The superhit fantasy film Baahubali and its humongous reach among the audience is well-known. Here’s an opportunity to visit Mahishmati in Madurai

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What’s in a name: To the point, visually

The interiors of the digital marketing firm ‘What’s in a name’ reflect their identity judiciously through quirky motifs and hues

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Bollywood flops Raees,Kaabil top list of pirated Hindi movies

Around 62 lakh users shared Raeesand 53 lakh watched Kaabil online, says German piracy tracker

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To be or Not to be

Mumbai-based playwright Ramu Ramanathan is collaborating with theatre artistes to highlight the pitfalls of Aadhaar through poetry.

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Painting a message

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

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Where modern and ancient collide

A film on architect Louis Kahn’s National Assembly building in Dhaka promotes the idea that great architecture belongs to humanity

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The last of the lot

A comprehensive ethnographic account of the last of the tattooed headhunters of Nagaland seeks to preserve the customs and beliefs that formed the bedrock of the Konyak community

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Sarod maestro Pt Buddhadev Dasgupta passes away

Pt Buddhadev Dasgupta had been suffering from respiratory problems for the past few days. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said his death has created a void in the field of classical music.

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Magh Bihu 2018: Wishes, SMS, Images, Quotes, WhatsApp Messages and Facebook Quotes to send your loved ones

If you’re away from your family this Bhogali Bihu, here are some lovely greetings that you can send to your near and dear ones.

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Happy Uttarayan 2018: Why do people fly kites during Makar Sankranti festivities?

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

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Makar Sankranti 2018: History, importance and significance

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.

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Happy Makar Sankranti 2018: Wishes, images, greetings, cards, quotes, messages, WhatsApp and Facebook status

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

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Makar Sankranti 2018 Special: Top Songs to Play during the Festivities

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

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Lohri 2018 Special: Top Lohri-themed Songs to Play this Year

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.

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Voices of the Dispossessed

Kashmiri poet Huzaifa Pandit presents resistance poetry through ‘cultural translations’ of works by legendary poets

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Happy Lohri 2018: Wishes, Images, Greetings, Cards, Quotes, Messages, Photos, SMSes, WhatsApp and Facebook Statuses

Lohri is a popular festival celebrated by Sikhs and Hindus in Punjab. Get set to wish your loved ones with these messages, pictures and quotes this time around.

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Jagdip Jagpal’s plan for India Art Fair 2018

India Art Fair’s newly-appointed director Jagdip Jagpal on highlighting South East Asia and why the 2018 edition won’t be just a commercial trade show

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Lohri 2018: Add zing to your festive celebrations with these cool ideas

Lohri is a popular festival celebrated by Sikhs and Hindus in Punjab. Punjabi folklore dance to the beats of dhol and nagara and relish scrumptious meals on the occasion.

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Tales of a City

Dancers from Paris Ballet Opera celebrate the idea of love through stories and music

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The curve and the slip

A number of studio potters are showcasing immense possibilities with the form of a bowl in this exhibition

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Hand holding change

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

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A Temporary Studio

An exhibition highlights contemporary issues

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One Step at a Time

Uma Sharma on showcasing the dance of her gurus and the need to hold more music conferences

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‘The margins are full of voices’

One of the most radical convergences in art, the International Theatre Festival of Kerala, turns 10 this year

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Celebrating with vignettes in watercolours

Three noted artists join hands to showcase their watercolour paintings

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The Ties that Bind

Separation and trauma are the twin strands that run through Andrew Voogel’s second solo in Mumbai

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Poetic mosaic of myths

Rithika Merchant’s debut show explores the ideas of migration, displacement and belonging through an imagined reality

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Call of the Sitar

Sitar and surbahar player Buddhaditya Mukherjee on being called ‘sitar player of the century’ and not playing to the gallery

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Contemporary art meets history as part of a year-long exhibit at Jaipur’s Nahargarh Fort

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

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A canvas of hope and expression

The art circuit promises to thrive bringing in novelty factor

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Colours galore at Chennai’s craft bazaar

At the CCI’s craft bazaar, about 100 artisans showcased their products. Some of them tell us what makes their art unique

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The house of puppets

Vasanti Devi, a kathputli artiste, says that losing a house to a demolition drive in Delhi recently may have dampened her spirit but not broken it

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