Anagha M

Biography:

Equal parts North and South Indian, Anagha currently lives in Bengaluru. Behind her glasses and uneven fringe, she writes about music, food, culture, books and movies. Though a travel-bug at heart, she can mostly be found be at home with a frayed paperback, a large mug of tea and some light jazz. This hippie-at-heart wishes she was born in the \'60s. She spends far too much time on the internet than is healthy and considers this piece about herself to be the most difficult one she has had to write.

Fraser Campbell busts some myths about Scotch and breaks down drinking cultures from around the world

We chat with him about whisky making in the highlands, and tropical cocktails

12 Sep 2019

The Majolly Music Trust’s new choir, Notes of Promise, makes its debut this weekend

Notes of Promise, made up of 20 boys and girls from underprivileged backgrounds

12 Sep 2019

Niche to mainstream: Bengaluru's drag community is making it happen

As we celebrate the first anniversary of the abolition of section 377 in India, we take a look at how
the drag community in Bengaluru is growing like never before |

12 Sep 2019

From Avocado Mousse Papdi to Peanut Butter Paneer Tikka, Street Storyss offers experimental takes on familiar vegetarian classics

With teal doors, white walls, and lots of plants, the place sports a cheerful vibe

05 Sep 2019

The all-women production, Six Dead Queens And An Inflatable Henry, takes a look at choice, consent and individuality

The production is based on a play by Foursight Theatre Group, UK and premieres in India this weekend

05 Sep 2019

Retrace the steps of your favourite literary characters, from Harry Potter to Shantaram, on these book trails

Get a drink at Lisbeth Salander’s favourite haunt or wander in the real life Diagon Alley by signing 
up for these literary walks and tours

29 Aug 2019

The promised land: Suketu Mehta’s new book makes a passionate argument in favour of immigration

The author chats with Indulge about colonisation, climate change, his next book, and a possible screen adaptation of Maximum City

22 Aug 2019

Painting the town black: In conversation with the bands playing at Bangalore Open Air Metal Nights

US-based Immolation, and Indian bands Speedtrip, Moral Putrefaction, Aempyrean and Grossty take the stage at this event

23 Aug 2019

Satin is here to stay, thanks to names like Christian Louboutin and Dolce & Gabbana

We’re spotting satin everywhere, from Rihanna’s Instagram to Priyanka Chopra’s paparazzi shots

22 Aug 2019

Shine Spa's Monsoon package is the perfect pick me up for the season

The package offers a relaxing hot stone massage and rejuvenating body scrub

15 Aug 2019

With Jack Daniel’s Dal Makhni and Bailey’s Murgh Malai, Lord Of The Drinks caters to the tastes of the bravehearted

With its fantasy medieval theme the new pub establishes itself as Whitefield’s new must-visit night out destination

15 Aug 2019

The fifth edition of Gender Bender tackles subjects such as gender minorities, marriage migration and menstruation

The festival in Bengaluru showcases the works of artists, along with workshops, talks and performances

15 Aug 2019

Tech talk: In conversation with German melodic techno producer, Modeplex

We interview the producer before he comes to Bengaluru as the headliner for the Submerge Showcase

07 Aug 2019

1 2 3 4 5 >