The ADHD aftermath
People diagnosed with ADHD during the pandemic open up about their experiences, some more similar than others, and the lack of awareness in the nation
09 Feb 2022
Love in the time of representation
Affordability came into the picture to address the fact that she herself couldn’t afford the mainstream merchandise.
08 Feb 2022
A litany of literary loss
Going by the outpour of condolences on social media since, the rest of the country seems to be in agreement.
05 Feb 2022
An ode to exigencies
There’s Saranraj V’s exhibit of the work being done at the Keezhadi excavation site
04 Feb 2022
Thriving with translation
The Tamil Nadu Textbook Corporation teams up with publishers and translators to revive and promote forgotten Tamil literary works
02 Feb 2022
Inking India’s history for posterity
The team of India Ink talk about bringing their dream project — a social platform to make history accurately accessible — to life
01 Feb 2022
Like with many entrepreneurship endeavours, this one too owes its delectable origin to the lockdown.
20 Jan 2022
A homecoming in mermaid song
A follow-up to her previous book, Mermaids in the Moonlight, author and illustrator Sharanya Manivannan’s Incantations Over Water offers many a meaning and interpretations in a war-torn world.
18 Jan 2022
A retake on representation
Celebrating models beyond class, caste and ability, and breaking heteronormative expectations is the country’s first diversity calendar by photographer Rishab Dahiya
11 Jan 2022
Primed for the palm way
It’s all interconnected, as is the nature of things, begins Viswa.
10 Jan 2022
Dolls in doldrums
Fighting against low funds, a shrinking community and cheaper alternatives has not deterred Thanjavur bommai craftsmen from keeping their art alive
06 Jan 2022
Here's how social media influencers set out to meet the demands of information and entertainment in 2021
In a world that was already heralding the supremacy of social media and the enormous opportunities it had to offer, the pandemic only served to accelerate the transition
30 Dec 2021
Restoring lakes: 104, not out
Fighting controversies, financial struggles and the aftermath of natural disasters, Nimal Raghavan has dedicated his life to the noble cause of restoring water bodies in districts of Tamil Nadu
27 Dec 2021
Sushe did it
Merging two fan favourites with her venture, sushi cake was an adventurous choice for Aarthi Palaniappan. But no one else seemed to be doing it...
25 Dec 2021
Gaana artistes Muniyammal, Julie Kumar and Gaana Balachander on their art
Gaana artistes — Muniyammal, Julie Kumar and Gaana Balachander — talk about their art, the long tumultuous journeys within it, and their place in the world today, ahead of Margazhi Makkal Isai
23 Dec 2021