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Indian Tunes At The Grammy Award Nominations This Year

Amid all the noise about snubs and transparency, there are a few Indian tunes that have struck the right note at the Grammy Award...

The Italian Cultural Centre Unveiled Its First Post-Lockdown Exhibition

The Italian Cultural Centre unveiled its first post-lockdown exhibition titled "Absent-Present" in New Delhi. The exhibition began earlier this month on November 3 and will...

An Exhibition Dedicated To Explore Sikh Heritage, Culture

Revealing vignettes of Sikh heritage founded in its distinctive socio-cultural and visual identity and manifesting a lived faith pictorially, a series of works of...

Me Ki Gai: Discovering Individual Journey to ‘Ikigai’

The Japanese concept of 'Ikigai' or 'the reason for being' combines purpose, passion, vocation, and profession. While Ikigai may be presented as a philosophical...

Stimulation of Designs from Nature and Culture

Veteran designers Varun Bahl and Neeta Lulla launched their collections on Day 3 of the ongoing digital Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week, Spring Summer...

When Conflict Engulfs Region, Culture Takes Maximum Toll: Abhay Sopori

For someone who recorded his first song at the age of three and has been credited for introducing the concept of concept of 'Sufi...

An Unique Experience Of Diverse Asia

A kaleidoscopic journey across Bali, Hong Kong, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam captures the diverse landscapes, textures, and people of Asia. The exhibit is...

Reliving The Life Of Abanindranath Tagore

A founding artist of the Bengal school of art, Abanindranath Tagore (1871-1951) has had a profound impact on modern Indian art as we know...

We Need to Move Away From ‘Use And Throw’ Culture: Randeep Hooda

Actor Randeep Hooda says there is a need to bring back the trend of buying durable items that can be reused and recycled. "India has...

Whole Concept of Veganism Stems from ‘Live and Let Live’: Richa Chadha

Actress Richa Chadha feels large-scale production and consumption of animal products is harming the planet as well as the human race. "There's a lot of...

Private Trips: Emerging Travel Trend Amid Pandemic

By Puja Gupta Private trips are an emerging trend, which allows families and friends to enjoy and explore a destination in privacy and safety in...

Beauty of Indian Culture: William Dalrymple on his Experience Living in India

India is one of the most religiously and ethnically diverse nations with the oldest culture in the World. The Indian culture varies like its...

Dr. Munish Raizada in Conversation with Renee Lynn (Part-I)

Renee Lynn is an Activist, Columnist, Published Author, and Founder of Voice for India. Renee Lynn was born and brought up in New Jersey....

Showing Support to The Chanderi weavers Amid Lockdown

In tough times, it is difficult for weavers to sell their products and sustain their craft during these difficult times. Showcasing their work online...

Some Interesting Facts About The Language Of Gods: Sanskrit

BY AAYUSH Sanskrit is one of the oldest languages known to mankind It is also believed to be the most systematic and technical language of all....

Culture Builds Bridges, Not Walls: Shashi Tharoor

By Siddhi Jain A strong believer of the uniting power of the arts and culture, parliamentarian and renowned author Shashi Tharoor has said that culture...

Mother India- A Nostalgia I am Very Proud of!

By Dr. Devakinanda Pasupuleti As Indians, we are very blessed to receive the spiritual wisdom of the ancient seers (rishis) of India that shaped our...

Snakes, Science and Meditation- What is The Correlation? Find it Out Here

By Dr. Bharti Raizada Snake brain lacks limbic system and cortex. Therefore, snakes cannot think and cannot have emotions. This means that a snake will...

COVID-19 Crisis Affects Cultural Industry Negatively: UNESCO

BY SIDDHI JAIN The COVID-19 crisis is hitting the culture sector hard, says UNESCO, which has launched initiatives to support cultural industries and cultural heritage...

Jewellery: An Intrinsic Part of Indian Culture

BY ADITI ROY Jewellery has been an intrinsic part of Indian culture and no other country in the world shares a more rich history than...

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