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'Need to respect our culture first'

India, Dec. 15 -- How does the Tasting India Symposium initiate a dialogue on India's gastronomic heritage and culinary tourism? It's a fantastic concept to have something like this as it gets plenty... Read More


The age of Kali

India, Dec. 11 -- Limbs and face painted like the overwhelming goddess Kali, the symbol of the destructive energy of the sacred feminine, Fiona Gardner, an Australian performer, has merged the traditi... Read More


Kaleidoscopic journey

India, Dec. 8 -- What is life, if not a complex woven web of emotions, much like the branches of a winding tree intertwined with creepers? We experience solitude, companionship, love and devotion with... Read More


Trust the magic of beginnings

India, Dec. 4 -- The world of art knows no prejudice or boundaries. As the best artists from across the globe congregated at the opening ceremony of the 12th edition of Delhi International Arts Festiv... Read More


The art of extension

India, Dec. 3 -- King Lear mouthing soliloquies and enacting them through Kathakali while being French in origin. Fiona Gardner, an Australian, will become the goddess Kali in a thematic experimental ... Read More


Super Sikhs

India, Dec. 1 -- Without ambition one starts nothing. Without work one finishes nothing. The prize will not be sent to you. You have to win it." So said Ralph Waldo Emerson, whose motivational words c... Read More


Master of spice

India, Nov. 30 -- While the temperature heads south the desire to devour remains constant and food from Punjab is perfect for this. With its rich ingredients like butter, ghee , missi and sarson the c... Read More


Between and beyond

India, Nov. 27 -- One cannot deny the fact that art connects people across borders, be it geographically or culturally. Artist Aishwarya Sultania believes that people should be able to communicate bey... Read More


The kiss of death

India, Nov. 26 -- Though our contemporary leaders are more of keyboard warriors, there was a time when rulers used much more subtle and deadly tactics to defeat their enemies. Ancient Indian kings emp... Read More


Beyond magic

India, Nov. 24 -- The roots of black magic are lodged in ancient myth and folklore which continues to be a part of popular consciousness on account of superstitions that are rampant in the society. De... Read More