Culture & Books

-January 17, 2019

From rapping to maintaining WhatsApp diaries, these girls from Madanpur Khadar colony are putting across their day-to-day challenges in digital format “Mere sath kaho ekbar Yeh sheher humara aap ka, Nahi kisi ke baap ka” (This city is for you and me, this city is no one’s property) This is the voice of the street. […]

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-January 10, 2019

TO EXPAND AUDIENCE’S APPRECIATION OF ART — HERE’S AN EXHIBITION OF ART BOOKS Most viewers at art galleries are guilty of taking a hurried look at the works on display, sparing not more than a few seconds at best until something striking catches their attention. In an attempt to change the way people engage with […]

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-December 27, 2018

Priyanka Paul’s account Artwhoring is committed to change gender perceptions and is taking Instagram by storm Artwhoring – a provocative name that surely catches one’s attention, and so does the illustration and poetry that comes along with it which makes one pause while scrolling through one’s phone. Priyanka Paul is 20. Her Instagram account does […]

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-December 20, 2018

Nature, along with women, form the two protagonists for Renuka Gulati’s work on both canvas and sculpture “Surrealistic contemporary” is how artist Renuka Sondhi Gulati likes to describe her work. In an ongoing exhibition, titled ‘Meandering Journey’ painter and sculptor Renuka, comes together with US-based photographer Kaushik Amruthur to showcase their work. Nature, along with […]

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-December 20, 2018

The Capital is a good place for artists from around the country to display their works and earn name and fame Delhi’s inclination towards art is on a steady rise. Performance spaces, convention centers, private owned art galleries have mushroomed across the city especially in the southern part of the capital. Hosting countless artists from […]

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-December 13, 2018

From election campaigns to creating controversies and Twitter spats that flare up into virtual wars, politicians are surely making the most of social media. Here are the most popular and followed politicians of Delhi on twitter “Modi raj ki ulti ginti shuru ho gayi” (The countdown for Modi’s rule has begun) Attracting over 36,000 likes, […]

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-December 13, 2018

Carrying forward her father’s legacy, Gond artist Japani Shyam and her brother are painting the monuments of Delhi as never seen before For artists Japani and Dilip Shyam, art runs in their blood. Born into the family of the pioneering Gond artist, Jangarh Singh Shyam, they were introduced to this distinct style of painting at […]

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-December 7, 2018

It’s on until December 10 — the 12th edition of the Delhi International Art Festival, that brings together music, theatre, films and dance from 20 countries Even as the mercury dips, the capital ’s festive quotient is on the rise. With an eclectic mix of food, art, literature, film and other events, Delhi is in […]

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