Magazine: Volume 2, Issue 3

Set in Stone

Set in Stone

Naintara Maya Oberoi 0

Naintara Maya Oberoi considers the history and legacy of master architect Raj Rewal

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The Public Eye

The Public Eye

Georgina Maddox 1

fter over three years, the gigantic art project in Terminal 2 of Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai, finally opened its gates to the public. Touted as the biggest “public” art project that India has ever seen, it is a joint…

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The Dreamer

The Dreamer

Appupen 1

By Appupen

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Master of the Moonlit Grove

Master of the Moonlit Grove

Priya Sarukkai Chabria 0

  I do not know whether a matter so intimate and likely to be misunderstood should be included in my forthcoming memoir. I can well imagine the amused surprise of my European colleagues at this revelation, as they wonder how…

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The Magic Painter

The Magic Painter

Manisha Gera Baswani 0

Manisha Gera Baswani speaks with artist A Ramachandran about what makes a great book for children

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Towards the Light

Towards the Light

Kusum Haidar 0

Zarina Hashmi is at the zenith of her career, says Kusum Haidar

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Khel Khel Mein

Khel Khel Mein

Charty Dugdale 0

Charty Dugdale experiences how a Gond art workshop for children from various backgrounds can open minds and hearts

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Prophets of Loom

Prophets of Loom

Mayank Mansingh Kaul 0

Mayank Mansingh Kaul traces the origins of contemporary textile and fashion design in India

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The Flight

The Flight

Mamang Dai 0

he clear days of winter passed quickly. One day a gust of wind brought the first drops of rain and Mebo became a deserted village, as men and women hurried to prepare their arik fields before the weather broke. Small,…

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Punjabi Tadka

Punjabi Tadka

Sraboni Bhaduri 2

Sraboni Bhaduri examines the current national aesthetic and what it tells us about ourselves

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