The artist began his career at Walt Disney Imagineering; there he designed for Disney theme parks
From patterned pots and cisterns to ceramic bird skeletons, the ongoing Indian Ceramics Triennale in Delhi is an ode to the earth’s gifts and reminds us of the primordial closeness of man and mud.
With her unique artworks drawn live on site, lawyer-turned-wedding painter Noor is immortalising the big day for Delhi’s couples and making their weddings stand out
The visuals capture modern-day Ranjha who wanders around town in search of meaning and in him, you find yourself...
He has released five studio albums and some of his most notable remixes include The Chainsmokers’ Don’t Let Me Down, Taylor Swift’s Anti-Hero and Flume’s Say It.
Mesmerising renditions by this duo will leave you rejuvenated
The grandson of writer and activist Mahasweta Devi, Tathagata, who stays in Noida, says that the novel is, in parts, a response to what has been happening in the country over the past few years
An antiquarian store in south Delhi run by three generations of a family has seen its business evolve and thrive.
Kannada writer Dr H S Siva Prakash will inaugurate the event, while former KPSC chairman Dr K S Radhakrishnan will be the guest of honour
The 20th edition of the Ishara International Puppet Theatre Festival in Delhi is witnessing participation from all over the world. Taiwan’s Hiss and Arf stands out for its narration and glove puppetry
Venkatesh Prasad's play, Kaakadosha, makes a case against centuries of continued oppression of women in India
Kaakadosha skillfully exposes the insidious influence of patriarchy within the familial realm
Why English? premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2023
The plan entails assembling a dynamic dance ensemble through rigorous audition processes
Having inspired some of the greatest classical composers including Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Pyotr Tchaikovsky, the polonaise remains timeless
In a free-wheeling chat with us, Padma Shri Chitra Visweswaran opens up about her illustrious career, her first steps into the world of Bharatanatyam, her gurus, and more
Hysterical Comedy Collaborative, comprising 11 funny women, gears up for its 25th show!
Stand-up comedian Faiyaaz Hussain tells us why he prefers to perform in Tamil, why political jokes are his strong suit and the challenges he faced in his journey
Ahead of her one-woman solo show in Mumbai, The Jamie Lever Show, the comedienne speaks to Indulge on comedy today, lessons learnt from her father, upcoming movies and summer fashion styles