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A festival of melody

The Jhulanjatra Music Festival 2022, celebrating Jhulan Utsav, was organised as per tradition at Ramkanai Adhi...

Inside the twilight zone

Had it not been for the luminosity of her paintings and the trappings of Zoroastrian mythology in many of them...
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Lost sheen

Swapnasandhani’s interest in interpreting European classics and uncovering contemporary resonances in th...

The many shades of life’s wounds

On the autopsy table of the ‘mora-kata ghar’ in Siliguri, lies the body of a teenage schoolgirl: t...

Magical strings

Amaan Ali Khan kindled the city’s festive spirit with a solo sarod recital at G.D. Birla Sabhagar, an in...

Quiet musings

Bimal Kundu’s artistic journey began in North Calcutta, his sensibilities shaped by Kumartuli’s cl...

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Arts  /  Published 24.09.22

Inside the twilight zone

Had it not been for the luminosity of her paintings and the trappings of Zoroastrian mythology in many of them, Katayun Saklat’s works could have been described as morbid because of the intimati...
By Soumitra Das

Arts  /  Published 24.09.22

A festival of melody

Sunaada, a Bangalore-based cultural organisation, put together a programme in collaboration with the Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Golpark, to commemorate the centenary of Pandit Bhimsen J...
By Payel Sengupta

Arts  /  Published 24.09.22

Lost sheen

Swapnasandhani’s interest in interpreting European classics and uncovering contemporary resonances in them were manifested, yet again, in Hamlet. Coming a decade after the cutting-edge treatment...
By Anshuman Bhowmick

Culture  /  Published 20.09.22

Celebrating ‘the queen of wildlife’ through art

‘Tigris: The Queen of Wildlife’ by Maurizio Boscheri and Daniel Calovi was curated by Mario Liberali and organised by the consulate general of Italy in collaboration with the Kolkata Centr...
By The Telegraph

Arts  /  Published 17.09.22

The many shades of life’s wounds

On the autopsy table of the ‘mora-kata ghar’ in Siliguri, lies the body of a teenage schoolgirl: the poison she’d taken ended both her own life and that of the foetus inside her. Her...
By Rita Datta

Arts  /  Published 17.09.22

Quiet musings

Bimal Kundu’s artistic journey began in North Calcutta, his sensibilities shaped by Kumartuli’s clay sculptures and his schooling at the Government Art College. His semi-realistic style ma...
By The Telegraph

Arts  /  Published 17.09.22

Magical strings

Amaan Ali Khan kindled the city’s festive spirit with a solo sarod recital at G.D. Birla Sabhagar, an initiative of Sutanuti Patakatha, along with the young and promising Ojas Adhya on the tabla...
By Payel Sengupta

India  /  Published 14.09.22

The only definition of himself

As a filmmaker and a cinephile, Bhattacharyya said he was also impressed by Godard's interviews, especially because they were both simple words and thought provoking. The 35-year-old, who has wat...
By Hemarghya Bal in Bhubaneswar

Arts  /  Published 10.09.22

Finding new meanings

Bhowanipore Baikali Association’s Jatrapather Anandagaan catered to an audience that was aware of what lay in store for it that evening at Rabindra Sadan. No wonder, then, that long queues were ...
By Samarjit Guha

Arts  /  Published 10.09.22

The violence behind the scenes

Shahidul Alam (born 1955) is widely known as a photographer and human rights activist born in Dhaka who has held exhibitions with such provocative content that the Bangladesh government felt compelled...
By Soumitra Das


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