Art & Fashion

Colours galore at the India Fashion Week

The third day at the Fashion Week defied all boundaries of monochromes, giving the audience a wide spectrum of colours and revisiting the trend of mix and match Bill Blass once said, ‘When in doubt, wear red.’ Well, the day

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Celebrating imaginative freedom through art

Artist Maite Delteil’s series of paintings from the 1960s features women who are free to roam the terrain of their imagination without boundaries. By Team Viva Being brought up at the countryside of France, artist Maite Delteil’s context in her

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The 53rd Shankar Shad Mushaira to be held on March 16

Presented by the Shankar Lall Murli Dhar Memorial Society, the 53rd Shankar Shad Mushaira will feature some established Urdu poets like Javed Akhtar, Waseem Barelvi, Rahat Indori, among many others. WHEN: March 16 TIME: 7 pm onwards WHERE: Modern School,

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Bridal Asia 2019 reveal new bold trends for the D-day

Bridal Asia 2019 showcased various new trends, giving a platform to summer weddings and wholesalers to become sought-after labels and lightweight couture. By Ayushi Sharma Selecting a wedding outfit is more than just a fitting as it’s actually a process,

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The story of an unsung hero who started early

Despite being just 15-year-old, Armaan Singh is making waves by teaching underprivileged children, says Hima Kota Armaan used to have numerous questions when he saw poor children begging at traffic signals from the window of his car. As a kid,

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Culture Chauraha keeping the art of making Meenakari jewellery alive

Artist Smriti Sangal, the founder of Culture Chauraha, draws her inspiration from all things vintage including her mother’s 33-year-old practice of Meenakari and ancient cultural extravaganzas. There is an insatiable desire in every jewellery designer to better their work. A

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Artist Sanjay Bhattacharya showcases moods of goddess Kali in his four drawings curated by Kounteya Sinha

Using the form of goddess Kali, artist Sanjay Bhattacharya created 4 drawings celebrating various moods of the goddess. Standing with one foot on Shiva’s chest and red tongue stuck out, curator Kounteya Sinha celebrates the black goddess in a show

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Artist Sushanta Guha showcases the power of expression through six lithographs and four etchings

The Visual Arts Gallery exhibition witnessed a series of prints under the name ‘Multiple Encounters by mentor and printmaker Sushanta Guha. Human figures as a reflection of fantasy and inventiveness rolled into one, the prints make you look at the

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A Fairy Tale Love Between an Elephant and Wild Tusker

Kumki (an elephant specialised in training wild elephants) deputed to tame Chinna Thambi, a wild tusker, has been charmed and wooed by the latter. Tamil Television news channels have been airing since Tuesday morning the live visuals of the wild

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Mark Your Calendars with These Amazing Cultural Events Happening in Delhi!

Udaan Utsav is back with its fourth edition as a platform for the young to showcase their talent in theatre, street plays (nukkad natak), filmmaking, classical and folk dance, music band, solo singing, writing, poetry recitation, painting, poster making, sculpture

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