Culture  /  Published 23.05.21

Feet forgotten and found

Mukherjee clarifies that the dance form was never lost, only the practice of it was reduced. “By the time I wanted to learn Gaudiya Nritya, there were no practitioners,” Mukherjee says and...
By Manasi Shah

Arts  /  Published 10.04.21

Spring beats

In a dazzling piece of work, One More Time, a recent choreographic endeavour full of shifting moods and tones, Sharmila Biswas gloriously caught the mercurial spirit of spring. The undulating, layered...
By Kathakali Jana

Odisha  /  Published 08.11.18

Mika Singh sings in Odia for Hockey World Cup

The cheer-up song for the Men’s Hockey World Cup has been released three weeks before the mega event to be hosted by the state capital.The number, sung in Odia by Bollywood singer Mika Singh, was re...
By Our Correspondent in Bhubaneswar

Arts  /  Published 17.04.20

Exploration of classical dance in the male body

Dance history in India and the spaces in which the forms originated and evolved have mandated that the practice and presentation of most of the classical forms are the exclusive preserve of women. It ...
By Kathakali Jana


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