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Waking up from Covid-induced slumber, the 39th edition of the Cochin Carnival promises to be a gala involving all communities settled in the city
Kaveri Lalchand’s new celebration couture line focuses on a bride who loves to keep it sartorially classy
Label Kaveri’s brand new celebration couture line, Couture by Kaveri, takes a detour from wedding collections, by focusing instead on light, easy-to-wear silhouettes that would complement any bride
The fifth edition of Kochi Muziris Biennale is all set to take place between December 12, 2022 - April 10, 2023
TNIE joins a unique group of artists who have been capturing the soul of Kochi through their Sunday-morning excursions
Joseph Rodriquez fell in love with Michael Jackson’s music long ago. Now, he celebrates MJ every year on his birthday
Artist Sunil Linus De inaugurated the exhibition giving the limelight to the diverse viewpoints and techniques used by the emerging artists.
Here are some Malayalis who not just relish food, but research, travel and write about it
Kochi has come a long way. From the standard coffee houses, we moved to artisanal cafes serving global fare. Here’s a look at some of the cafes that have been defining the city’s coffee culture
Malayali palate has gone through several changes over the years. From rice and curries to Indo-Chinese cuisine, people are now experimenting with Arabian flavours
Siblings Abhilash and Minu started Ente Pothichoru to spread the goodness of Onattukara-style meals in Kochi
Art never dies, neither do the artists.
Oru Pathiraa Swapnam Pole, set in a serene Fort Kochi, revolves around a family of three —Sudha, her teenage daughter, Theertha, and her politician husband, Wahab.
In Poland’s Warsaw, Unni Ullas spends his days and nights drawing and experimenting with bright fluorescent palettes and myriad art styles
Global travel ban and related restrictions imposed in the wake of spurt in Covid cases dash hopes of Kerala's tourism sector yet again
Babitha Rajiv’s surreal frames tell tales that are beautiful, yet violent and dark
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