Author Archives: editor

Tanvi Misra

Tanvi Misra is a commercial and intellectual property lawyer currently working in the chambers of Mr. Akhil Sibal (Senior Advocate) and is a former employee of Anand and Anand. She has developed expertise in copyright laws by the regular representation of the creative industries in various fora including courts for over 7 years. She has […]

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Mind-bending Virtual Reality Exhibit Opens at Tech Museum

It’s just before dawn in a post-apocalyptic world and a dim bluish hue fills a flat landscape — your canvas in a virtual world.  

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Modern School, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi

CLIENT: MODERN SCHOOL, BARAKHAMBA ROAD JULY 2017 – ONGOING Established in 1920, The Modern School, Barakhamba Road is synonymous with quality education coupled with an Indian ethos. It is a pioneer in encouraging all-round development and growth in its wards. The founder Lala Raghubir Singh envisioned a school rooted in both traditional and modern educational […]

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We Don’t Know How to Use Our Archives

For a nation obsessed with history, the vast Indian archives that tell us about our grand patrimony are given remarkable short shrift. From palm leaf manuscripts to contemporary ephemera, the vaults, stores and shelves of our institutes are richly populated with nuggets from our past.

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Vanicka Arora

Vanicka Arora is a conservation architect by training, and has been working as an independent practitioner in the field of disaster risk management for cultural heritage since 2012. She is currently a consultant at the National Disaster Management Authority where she is working on National Disaster Management Guidelines for museums and cultural heritage sites and […]

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Enduring Splendor : Jewelry of India’s Thar Desert

Enduring Splendor: Jewelry of India’s Thar Desert provides a tantalizing window into the five-thousand-year history of jewelry making across the Indian Subcontinent.

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The Rs 100-Crore Dream

Collector, businessman, and founder of Tasveer, Abhishek Poddar’s big plans for the art world of India.

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A Calcutta Florilegia: William Roxburgh’s Flora Inclica Drawings.

“Documenting India’s plant life was sine qua non to learning about its natural habitat, and East India Company employees such as William Roxburgh were soon identifying and commissioning local artists to record India’s flora in watercolour drawings, both as part of their work and to pursue their own passion for natural history.”

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Glimpses of a Bygone Era: Beautiful Baroda

Eka takes you to Baroda for a very special journey. Our grateful thanks to Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum.

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Ahmedabad is India’s first UNESCO World Heritage City

The city that’s known for its unique heritage of urban living and multiculturalism joins the likes of Paris, Cairo, Brussels, and Rome in the UNESCO list.

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Magnificent Jaipur

Art Collector Rajeev Rawat shares images on LiveHistoryChannel to take us back in time to Jaipur, the ‘City of Victory’. https://www.livehistoryindia.com/photo-essays/2017/06/29/magnificent-jaipur

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The Nizam’s Hyderabad

Deepthi from Eka Resources writes on 19th-century photography.

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Archaeology Museum, Deccan College: A walk through Chalcolithic Age

A museum is an institution that conserves a collection of objects of cultural, artistic, aesthetics, historical or scientific importance. Museum initiative is that such collections should be available for public viewing through exhibits. Historical museums display objects that give us a special access to the past and take us back in time to relieve the […]

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Documenting the Art of Heritage Collection, KSA

Eka is proud to have shared Art of Heritage’ (AOH) journey in documenting and archiving traditional Saudi costumes and textiles besides vast reserves of other material culture.

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India’s 1st Multi-sport Museum – A New Destination for Sports Lovers

Nothing reinvigorates a city like a new museum. The city of Kolkata which earlier used to boast for the rich collections stored in Indian Museum, Victoria Memorial Hall and Asiatic Society has yet another museum added to its list. Spread over an area of 7000 square feet in the New Town area of Kolkata, the […]

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