Achala Moulik’s book argues India’s relationship with Russia is no less important today than it was in the past.
In Letter and Spirit!
It’s not just books that are filled with stories, libraries and their settings too speak volumes.
The book explores Kudiyattam as a phenomenon and the triangular relationship among the ways of doing of the performers, the ways of seeing of the audience…
How the great detective Sherlock Holmes captured the imagination of a little boy in a small town in Central Kerala.
In the book, Mohiniyattam, Pedagogy and Performativity, Aswathy Rajan argues the dance is still under a feudal halo.
How the history of India’s art cinema connects to the socio-political movements in the country. Growing up, I had two misconceptions about ‘art’ cinema. That it…
In this interview with Nasreen Munni Kabir, Mangeshkar also lists the excuses she used to come up with as a child to avoid singing
How a seven-year-old boy who loathed girl comics became a fan of the genre thanks to Fleetway Group’s JSF.
How Amoghavarsha brought together an unprecedented concentration of poets and teachers to decorate his court at Manyakheta
Covid-19 pandemic is ultimately connected to our careless handling of the environment writes the author.