Anagha M


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.

Spanish production La Desnudez explores love through the language of dance

The show is performed by Spanish national award-winning dancers Daniel Abreu and Dacil Gonzalez

18 May 2022

Misosexy, the chic new Asian cocktail house in Bengaluru, gives a modern twist to Oriental classics

Bengaluru's love affair with pan-Asian cuisine continues

18 May 2022

Shangri-La Hotel’s Yataii reopens in Bengaluru with Kaiseki, Robatayaki and more

The restaurant draws inspiration from the Zen philosophy of balance and harmony, and this is reflected in its menu and its decor

26 Apr 2022

International Jazz Day: Bengaluru’s jazz musicians talk about the significance of the genre today 

The city's jazz community comes together for a two-day festival

26 Apr 2022

Prakriti Foundation celebrates the different facets of contemporary dance this week

The fest, which kicked off on April 18, will also have panel discussions and performances

21 Apr 2022

Antoine Karacostas breaks down his unique mix of rebetiko, American jazz and Oriental sounds

His trio, which comprises Gabriel Midon on double bass and Simon Bernier on drums, heads to Bengaluru this weekend

21 Apr 2022

Indian dishes get a modern twist at And It Was Called Yellow in Bengaluru

Named after a popular Coldplay song, And It Was Called Yellow is a new restaurant in Sahakarnagar

21 Apr 2022

Rapper Dit-O on the meteoric rise of Kannada rap…and where it's headed to next 

The musician talks to Indulge about his new music and what’s next in the pipeline for his career

18 Apr 2022

When Chai Met Toast talk about their new album and the joys of being on tour again

The latest album by much-loved Kochi-based band When We Feel Young is an anthology of emotions

15 Apr 2022

Exclusive: Grammy winner Falguni Shah reminisces about her childhood in Mumbai 

I think children's music found me and not the other way, Falu tells Indulge 

13 Apr 2022

A descendent of Raja Ravi Varma, Jay Varma showcases his paintings that breathe new life into the panchakanyas

The paintings are an ode to the powerful women in his family — his mother, the artist Rukmini Varma, and his great grandmother, the last queen of Travancore — Sethu Lakshmi Bayi

13 Apr 2022

Our pick of spring-friendly maxi dresses from brands such as Cult Gaia and Payal Pratap

As the temperatures soar, it’s time to swap out those trousers for some flowing maxi dresses

06 Apr 2022

Shuvaprasanna Bhattacharya’s latest collection of paintings is a character study of the Mahabharata

The Kolkata-based painter has been part of over 58 shows around the world and has been making art since the 1960s

06 Apr 2022

Take a trip around the country with Raahi’s new menu which experiments with the classics 

Chicken Chettinad in tarts and dahi puris topped with nitro sev — chef Sombir Chaudary’s new menu at Raahi doesn’t hold back on the creative spirit

06 Apr 2022

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