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Anupamaa Dayal’s S/S ’20 collection is hinged on oversized, hand-printed floral motifs in pops of colour
It has been 14 years since the inception of the brand Anupamaa Dayal, and through all of that, the designer has retailed in Chennai for close to 13 years.
In town for the debut of her new winter festive line, the trailblazer of bridal couture, Anita Dongre reveals how the Indian bride has changed over the years, and how she helps them have fun
Here's how you can get the most coveted seat to behold the Dasara procession live in Mysuru, this Vijayadasami
Bookings at Grand Mercure, Mysuru, an Accor Hotel, starts getting filled almost 100 days ahead of the Navratri.
Ahead of her Chennai show, Anita Dongre opens up about her love for Jaipur and offers some bridal styling tips
Pinkcity is an amalgamation of uncut gemstones set in gold, and jadau work encrusted with meenakari
The air pollution level in the Taj Trapezium Zone continues to remain alarming, affecting both humans and stones.
Full-length interview: An essential walk down memory lane with Georg Wirsching and the landmark Bombay Talkies
A full-length interview with Georg Wirsching of The Wirsching Archive on the exhibition, A Cinematic Imagination: Josef Wirsching and the Bombay Talkies, set to be held at Lalit Kala Akademi, Chennai.
When she was in town a few days ago to launch this collection at Elahe Urban, she met her patrons who told her that they could recognise her designs immediately.
Preparations are underway for the second edition of the International Print Biennale
Mumbai International Airport revives Maharashtra’s art, culture & cuisine in a contemporary carnival
The tastemakers from Jaya He Museum at Mumbai’s T2 are all set to enthral and entertain passengers, bringing to life the lesser known art, culture, and rich heritage from the state of Maharashtra.
The line includes jackets, trousers and kurtas with aari and zardosi work
Make way for a gourmet culinary experience, straight from the imperial Nawab kitchens
Comprising over 30 different styles from placket saris to satin georgette dupattas, Akalico is Indian heritage in a contemporary package.
Karan Johar opens up about his next project Takht and its release.
Most unique iftar specials found across Kochi.
These weaves from Kanktala encompass the varied cultures of India, and each piece is a repository of history, artistry and the imagination
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