Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Art & Culture

Musical Saga in the Making

Musical Saga in the Making... Sagarika Ranjan “Like most great inventions were a result of some accident, Bajanaama  and the series also just happened,” says Amar Nath Sharma, former civil servant and an ardent music lover. “While strolling down a street...

An unbecoming tilt

With the top honors going to Hindi cinema, the 63rd National Film Awards have sidelined regional films like never before ‘Is Indian cinema Bollywood?’ is the one question that avid lovers of cinema were compelled to ask after the announcement...

Indian deities in JapanIndian deities in Japan

Whenever an Indian thinks of Japan and Japanese culture, what he conjures is a highly prosperous country with very peaceful society that practices Buddhism. Whether it is the giant Buddha statue of Kamakura, shrines of Kyoto, or monks in...

Bastar Band

Spreading message of non-violence with ‘dhol’ Whenever there is talk of Bastar region of Chhattisgarh, the first impression that comes to our mind is the fire of Maoist insurgency that often comes in news. Then comes the picture that this...

Conquering hearts

Art and culture has become an important part of diplomacy and India is deploying its cultural assets well India, the land of TajMahal is an oft repeated idea the world over. Such is the importance of culture in defining a...

Performing arts, first window to a nation

Kathak Guru Shovana Narayan has many achievements to her credit. An accomplished dancer who is known for constantly reinventing herself with her dance, she has been instrumental in taking the idea of India to different parts of the world....

Treat for thinking film goers

The third edition of the Woodpecker film festival brought powerful issues in the limelight Delhiites had a rare opportunity to catch an engaging mix of Indian and international films and documentaries on diverse themes in the recently concluded Woodpecker International...

Artists need infrastructure

Rajan Fulari is among the few artists who have also dabbled in fi lm making. His works have been exhibited in National and International Exhibitions held at Portugal, Italy, France, Germany, Scotland, London, etc. and many important galleries in...

Vanishing Expression

A Large Number of Art Forms are Nearing Extinction Globalization, a necessary evil, is a phenomenon rife with paradox for the sheer imbalance it has lent to the world society over the past few decades with regard to many aspects...

Aggressive Packaging and Increased Financing Required to Promote Traditional Art Forms

Art and culture know no boundaries. But what if they are used as a tool of cultural diplomacy? Definitely, it’s icing on the cake! The Nehru Centre, which acts as the cultural wing of the Indian High Commission in...
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