April 16, 2018

“Art is food for the soul”, cliché aside, how much have we imbibed the depth of this age-old statement? Indian classical art forms, irrespective of its diverse genres, styles and streams have been a comprehensive mode of creative expressions which were beyond stereotyp...

March 4, 2018

The Bhakti movement in India was an important and significant phase. It started as a repercussion and reaction to the rise of tyranny in Brahmanism. There was an increased class distinction and hence increased atrocities. In the Karnataka region, the Bhakti movement ga...

June 21, 2017

Rain, by nature, makes one travel back in time. The smell, the way it moistens everything it comes in contact with, the sound of the trickle hitting the window sill, and the very sight of the droplets dancing down on the palm instantly unpacks the child in us. On this...

April 20, 2017

“My Guru slapped me after I won the Padma Bhushan”

So read the headlines of an article expressing the concerns of Guru Sonal Mansingh. And
naturally the sense of shock and curiosity egged me on to read on. The article speaks about the
changing trends in the Indian class...

February 21, 2017

Editor’s note – the best part about discussions with Bhanu mam is the reflection of her
conviction towards art and dance in every word she speaks! She is a Guru who is an embodiment
of humility. Surely, it is this trait and her childlike innocence that captures the hea...

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