Sunday, 04 December 2022
18 Under 18
Science & Tech
An Epic Effort: Author Amish Tripathi talks about his new book War of Lanka
A look at the various ways Lord Ram is depicted and how Tripathi’s books are getting turned into movies...
By Sudeshna Banerjee
The queen who set in motion an epic
The triumph of Vaishnavi Patel’s Kaikeyi is in the giant leap of imagination that is this undertaking...
By Upala Sen
What fascinates the veteran artist, Shuvaprasanna, though, are not the tales of the epic Mahabharata but the emotions that its characters embody...
By Srimoyee Bagchi
Nalini Ramachandran’s book stresses the need to protect geological and geomorphological attributes that are not only important in scientific & aesthetic terms but are also a vital part of our cultur...
By Priyank Patel
Celebrating art, beyond its traditional perceptions
Mythoscape, in association with The Telegraph, puts a fashion focus on artist Prithviraj Choudhury’s works inspired by Indian mythology...
By Sudarshana Ganguly (t2 intern)
Anand on retelling Indian mythology
‘Our epics are not about the good triumphing over the evil fairy tales. They are debates on Dharma and karma’...
By Saionee Chakraborty
Ancient wisdom: Mythology & troubled human ties
Mythology can provide insights into troubled human ties...
By A. Raghuramaraju
Fever Sutra: The Much-Feared Jwara
The jwara was a much feared thing even in ancient India, and an able king made it his business to keep it in check with all the science and statesmanship at his disposal...
By Bitan Sikdar
Sudha Murty's Upside-Down King spotlights myths
She focuses on the lesser-known myths and delves deeper into Indian mythology...
By Chandreyee Ghose
Mythology through pictures, for children
Introduce your child to Indian Mythology this Diwali with these picture books...
By Shrestha Saha
Download our latest App
to get update on the go...
Download the latest The Telegraph app
More from The Telegraph India
Science and Tech
More from ABP Group
Copyright © 2020 The Telegraph. All rights reserved.