Category Archives: Blog

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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The Unlike – Mothers of Indian Tantra

As the auspicious nine days of Chaitra Navaratri come to an end, it is important to draw attention towards one of the goddess cults that which is known to celebrate different aspects of being a woman. Deification of the female principle in Indian mythology is largely associated with her power of creation, therefore, goddess are […]

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Indian Maharajas – An Inspiration for Designers

Fashion in India is not only diverse but transient with a long history of sartorial fusion. Influenced by socio-cultural attitudes fashion moves considerably fast compared to other creative industries. Contemporary designers flexibly mix the traditional designs with modern patterns and styles, which in turn narrates the story of continuity of Indian fashion, centuries old craft […]

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Painting & Photography Gallery – City Palace Museum, Jaipur

Permanent Gallery for Paintings & Photography @ City Palace Museum Jaipur – 27th Sept. 2015

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Ashoka in Ancient India

A study looks at Ashoka’s extant, physical heritage and celebrates his ideals as essential to the idea of India.

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Mountain Echoes Literary Festival 2015, Bhutan 

Bhutan to host 6th edition of literature festival.

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Watching Them Turn Off the Rothkos

The Rothkos are the series of murals that Mark Rothko painted, presently displayed at the Harvard Art’s Museum.

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Groundbreaking innovation for Archaeologist’s

Portable carbon-dating device to revolutionise field archaeology.

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Retrospective on Ramkinkar Baij

Exhibition

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In Malik Ayaz’s Dreams

A marvelous account of the early firangis who turned Indian is a salad of identities and a mirror of Indianness.

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Egyptian Museum to launch new conservation database

Museum staff to document each change.

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Barbican Centre in London puts artists’ personal collections on show

Major exhibition in the UK of the personal collections of post-war and contemporary artists.

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Read Between the Lines

Design interventions.

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Name Dropping

India’s foremost contemporary art prize takes a break

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The first world war and the colour of memory

Eurocentric views of the conflict ignore the millions of people from across the globe who fought on the same side.

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