Art & Fashion

Is a universal religion a solution to human sufferings?

What the world needs to end its sufferings is a universal religion that gives everyone happiness, rather than keeping people in line with imaginary notions, says Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj Ji The confrontation between two east Asian countries, the unresolved conflict

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Remembering the Glory of Raja Ravi Varma

An 1881 oil on canvas painting that came up for sale recently, has got it all – history, legend and the tale of Raja Ravi Varma. Story by Uma Nair Amidst a range of artworks at the Saffron Sale, one

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Yog Nidra could be the solution to get sound sleep

In the fast paced modern living, we tend to ignore our health that worsens with increasing anxiety and inadequate sleep, says Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj Ji Recently, a newspaper clipping grabbed many eyeballs when an elderly woman started the ‘Sleep Service

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Events Worthy of your Diary

Sita-Ram, a presentation by Arshia Mathur, a disciple of Smt. Sindhu Mishra — is a distinctive approach, Bharatanatyam performance in the presence of Padma Bhushan Shri Raja and Radha Reddy, Guru Smt Rani Khanam and Smt Usha R K.  When:

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A Treasure to the Nation

The modernist mood is celebrated in many ways through the Asta Guru Modern Indian Art auction. It presents stellar works from various iconic artists. Francis Newton Souza’s Last Howl from the Cross, two works by Akbar Padamsee, a landscape by

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The Mother of All Pottery Exhibitions

According to U. Nair, The All India Studio Pottery Exhibition showcased stoneware and ceramic niceties ranging from humble pots to platters and a few items of sculpture. Four galleries full of stoneware and ceramic niceties that stemmed from humble pots

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The master of steel

Turner Prize winner, Anish Kapoor creates impactful masterpieces in the form of minimalist sculptures that feature simple materials, geometric shape and organic forms. After first establishing his reputation in the 1980s with biomorphic sculptures in limestone and other natural materials,

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Breathing life into brick and mortar

Australian photographer John Gollings’ portrayal of buildings as living, ageless habitats rather than lifeless monuments is something one must not miss. By Chahak Mittal As one entered the pavilion that showcased an array of Australian architectural photographer John Gollings’ works,

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Unraveling the Six Sense with a dynamic duo

The Sixth Sense interepted as memory and déjà vu by designer Rahul Mishra and jeweller Siddharth Kasliwal . Story by Chahak Mittal Unresolved disputes, past memories, false hopes and fables, bad thoughts and habits, they say might come to an

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The best from the glam world join hands to evoke the “sixth sense”

Designers such as Manish Malhotra and artists such as Sudarshan Shetty blend fashion and art to create immersive experiences that evoke the Sixth Senses of intuition and love. By Chahak Mittal Psychology suggests that if you have a sixth sense

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