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Abhinav Mishra's new edit, Ishq Mein Dilli, captures the iconic Delhi monuments in its designs

This first chapter of his design anthology Safarnama this collection is a love letter to Mishra's forever muse, Delhi

Published on 3rd August 2022
Artist Ashis Kumar Palei gives finishing touches to a piece of art

Young at art: New Delhi's Khoj studios tries to bridge gap between college and studio

Visiting the homes of migrant women who had settled in Khirkee Extension in Delhi was an overwhelming experience

Published on 31st July 2022
WAx statues at museum

Wax museum Madame Tussauds India reopens in New Delhi after pandemic break

This museum of celebrity wax figures has reopened at a new address in Delhi-NCR

Published on 20th July 2022
Capital City Minstrels during a performance

Choral music is a symbol of harmony and unity: Delhi-based choir Capital City Minstrels

People learn that they have a voice because every voice counts in a choir. Since one voice does not stand out above other voices, there’s a sense of respect, and there’s a sense of harmony

Published on 10th July 2022
A royal woman on a terrace (probably in Hyderabad); (right) a tribal woman/courtesan (South India)

National Museum exhibition in Delhi shows us 'what was it like to be a woman in colonial era'

An ongoing art exhibition in Delhi brings to life bygone faces, tastes and traditions of women who lived in India during the early British era

Published on 10th July 2022
Silhouettes from The Elysian Symphony

New Delhi-based GG by Asha Gautam’s latest edit promises Jacobean florals from the 17th Century juxtaposed with subtle 3D and bling

GG by Asha Gautam’s latest edit, The Elysian Symphony, takes inspiration from floral designs popular during the Jacobean era

Published on 7th July 2022
Nem Singh (70) lounging under a Peepal tree at Kucha Lalman (Photo | Express, Shekhar Yadav)

70-year-old Nem Singh discusses his love for ‘Purani Dilli’

A former employee at a printing press in Okhla, Nem Singh commutes every day from Rohini to Kucha Lalman just to sit quietly under the ancient peepal tree

Published on 3rd July 2022
Artworks exhibited at the recent TIFFn Pop show

Delhi-based TIFFn Pop exhibits eclectic pop culture pieces

A Delhi-based curated exhibition of all things related to popular culture plans to travel around the country

Published on 12th June 2022
The Rug Republic's sustainable rugs

The Rug Republic converts discarded plastic bottles into fashionable rugs!

Delhi-based carpet manufacturer The Rug Republic puts plastic bottles to good use with its line of contemporary Indian handmade rugs

Published on 5th June 2022
Badam Chilla Pizza

Here is celebrity chef Manish Mehrotra's recipe for the Badam Chilla Pizza!

The culinary director of Indian Accent restaurants in New Delhi and New York, Chef Mehrotra is unapologetic about adding badam (almonds), besan, ajwain, hing and even garam masala to his pizza

Published on 29th May 2022
William Dalrymple cooking tiger prawns

Author-historian William Dalrymple demonstrates his culinary skills at New Delhi, shares experience

He whipped up a skillet of juicy tiger prawns in a jiffy, alongside a very season-appropriate and refreshing onion-mango salad with a dressing of lime and coriander

Published on 29th May 2022
Indu Antony's work

Artist Indu Antony used her own hair to embroider messages of latent childhood trauma in her latest exhibit!

The work was showcased at the Blueprint.12 booth at India Art Fair in New Delhi

Published on 29th May 2022
Table display at Miso Sexy (File photo)

Fiddlers’ Crawl offers locals and tourists a chance to go pub crawling in New Delhi

The Fiddlers’ Crawl is recreating the Western concept of a pub crawl with three unique restaurants in New Delhi’s posh Mehrauli — Miso Sexy, Bougie, and Diablo

Published on 23rd May 2022
Georgette saris (File photo)

Designer Jyotika Jhalani’s label Janavi India’s latest edit takes inspiration from elements of nature

Her collection is replete with motifs of butterflies, blooming buds, starbursts, supernovas, and riots of colour

Published on 22nd May 2022
Congregation in a village, oil on canvas (1957)

Artist Somnath Hore's ‘Wounds’ series, on display at New Delhi, portrays raw reality of starvation, loss, suffering

It was perhaps the trauma of being witness to a catastrophe like the Bengal famine in 1944 that Somnath continued to feel drawn towards pain, a theme that has come to define his artistic practice

Published on 15th May 2022

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