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The first world war and the colour of memory

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

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An Indian Sculptor With Monumental Ambition

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Ram V. Sutar is a leading contender for the commission to produce the world’s largest statue.

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The Royal Childhood exhibition

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British royal childhood memories go on show.

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Art Matters: The Passionate Eye

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The exhibition, titled ‘A Passionate Eye’ featured on NDTV 24×7

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A Passionate Eye: Textiles, Paintings and Sculptures from the Bharany Donation

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Exhibition open from 12 July 2014 till 10 September 2014 at the National Museum, New Delhi.

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‘Archive fever’

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Indian artists and others are digitising old photographs.

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The evolving idea of India

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Five maps capture the shifting boundaries of India over two centuries.

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Peru museum unveils 2,000-year-old funeral shroud

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Displayed at the National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History of Peru in Lima, Peru

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The Frick Collection

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Frick Seeks to Expand Beyond Jewel-Box Spaces.

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Book launch featured on Business Standard

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Long Exposure – The Camera at Udaipur, 1857-1957

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The Bharanys story

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Collecting art in India for over 100 years.

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Dr. Eber­hard Fischer ignores co-authors Dr. Jain & Haku Shah

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Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Violation against Dr. Jain

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Exploring how Indian Americans helped shape US

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A new exhibition celebrates Indian-American culture, history and experiences.

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Philately Exhibition at Udaipur: Special Cover Released

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Special covers issued at Udaipex – 2014.

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Tibetan Texts Find Home in China

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Thousands of Tibetan-language books ensconced in a decorated library in southwest China.

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