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-May 24, 2019

Breaking shackles What: Young Meeta is battling with herself, trying to fit into society. Confused about her emotions, she finally finds the missing piece of her puzzle in another girl, Nama, who makes her feel things she had never felt in her life. Will she be able to express her queer feelings to society? Will […]

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-May 16, 2019

Capturing reality What: After the tragedy of a mining dam collapse in Brumadinho (Brazil), a documentary crew captured the daily lives of local residents. Train of Tears depicts the perplexity of a community that had their history wiped out by the toxic mud. Through the impressions of women who live in the area, the narrative […]

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-May 10, 2019

Best of Ecuador What: Believing that military experience will make him stronger and respectable, Jorge, a young Ecuadorian, joins the armed forces in the midst of his country’s 1941 border war with Peru. Captured and imprisoned by enemy forces, Jorge will soon have to choose between escaping with fellow prisoner Hugo and staying at the […]

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-May 3, 2019

Spiritual connect What: An abstract expressionist who discovers herself through her work, artist Dilraj Kaur paints her emotions on the canvas with childlike playfulness, while listening to spiritual songs. This is portrayed in the works of her upcoming solo exhibition, Anant ki Aur. The colours and textures reveal themselves to her according to her emotions. […]

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-April 26, 2019

Tap to the rhythm What: To celebrate World Dance Day, here is the 15th edition of the festival, organised by Natya Vriksha. It will be marked by talks, lectures, discussion, film screening, workshops and performances by exceptionally talented young dancers over two days. The first day of this edition will see workshops by Santosh Nair […]

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-April 19, 2019

Gond art What: India’s pioneering second-generation artist from the Pardhan Gond tradition — Venkat Raman Singh Shyam — is showcasing a body of new works in a solo exhibition titled, Clouds of Wings. The exhibition articulates his ideas of the world around him, once peopled with beloved gods, familiar flora and fauna with trees, birds […]

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-April 12, 2019

Tunes from Benaras What: Born to a musical family in a hill town in Himachal, Vidushi Sunanda Sharma embraced music under the guidance of her father Pandit Sudarshan Sharma. A renowned vocalist of Banaras gharana, Sunanda is set to perform the Purab Ang Gayaki, along with kathak recital by Neelakshi Raiv. Her performance will take […]

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-April 4, 2019

Art for a cause What: ‘Women’ – as the title suggests, the solo work of paintings by Shivani Soni, portrays the positive aspects and beautiful moments in the life of a woman. As an artist, Soni feels it is her social responsibility to show the feelings of a positive and confident woman to the world. […]

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