Magazine: Volume 1, Issue 3

Delhi Teaches London

Delhi Teaches London

Andrew Duff 0

here was hardly any traffic when I got here in ’47. Connaught Place was really the fulcrum of the whole city then. It used to be wonderful all weekend – in the morning we would go and have a cup…

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A Tale of Two Bookstores

A Tale of Two Bookstores

Alpana Chowdhury 0

Alpana Chowdhury browses through a couple of iconic family-run bookshops-one in Mussoorie, the other in New Delhi

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Chasing Shadows and Sound

Chasing Shadows and Sound

Vishal K. Dar 0

look at myths as cautionary tales filled with codes that don’t make themselves visible. They are strange echoes across time that oscillate and shape-shift in a secret rhythm. Stanley Kubrick’s quote comes to mind when I look back at the…

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Sound Effect

Sound Effect

Vibhuti Patel 1

Tabla maestro Zakir Hussain and neuroscientist Seth Horowitz attempt to unravel the complex relationship between rhythm and the brain

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Acceptable Prejudice?

Acceptable Prejudice?

Anjali Doshi 0

aturday night at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. Forty-five thousand spectators descend on the party: the “hit and giggle” cricket under lights, the latest Bollywood chartbusters on the 1000-megawatt sound system, the scantily clad dancing girls and the seductive razzle-dazzle of…

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Behind the Scenes at Kumartuli

Behind the Scenes at Kumartuli

Damien Roudeau 0

  Kumartuli – Kolkata’s century-old potters’ quarter – is a hub of activity and a tourist must-see. While most visitors to the district snap away furiously on their cameras, I enjoyed spending my time here sketching – and discovering –…

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Afghan Spring

Afghan Spring

Jawid Laiq 0

arpeted among the dazzling blooms of dahlias, marigolds, petunias and exquisite black-eyed pansies, are hundreds of Afghans feasting on pulao and kebab in the splendour of Delhi’s Lodi Gardens.  The vista of dozens of wistful families reclining on their floral…

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Tribal Connections in Madhya Pradesh

Tribal Connections in Madhya Pradesh

Prashant Miranda 0

Prashant Miranda grew up in Bangalore, studied at the National Institute of Design in Ahmedabad and moved to Toronto, Canada. He is an artist, animator and scribe, and balances his life between Canada and India. He documents his travels through his…

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Epical Remix

Epical Remix

B Manjunath Kamath 0

B Manjunath Kamath plunges into myths and memory and surfaces with surreal tales and images

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Insatiable Quest

Insatiable Quest

Parsa Venkateshwar Rao Jr 1

Parsa Venkateshwar Rao Jr explores the coming of age of culinary cosmopolitanism across urban India

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