Profile of Trisha Mukherjee
Social media has become more than just a networking space, allowing everyone and anyone to showcase their passions and talents.
For nearly four decades, Priti Patkar has been working with trafficked women in the sex trade and their children in Mumbai’s red-light area, Kamathipura.
The play ‘Babasaheb: The Grand Musical,’ directed by Mahua Chauhan and organised by the Delhi government, celebrates the journey of the political leader who eventually became the Father of the Indian Constitution.
Nirmala Bharatiya was chosen by Priyanka Gandhi as the candidate from Chitrakoot after the Congress general secretary heard her speak about the problems of the farmers in the region during an event organised by the party under its 'Ladki Hun, Lad Sakti Hun' campaign.
The ‘Haq’ campaign by the Fearless Collective founded by artist Shilo Shiv Suleman is extending solidarity to all Muslim women fighting for their right to choice amid the ongoing hijab controversy.
Mudita’s candidature is part of the Congress party’s gambit to secure women votes by giving forty percent of the tickets in Uttar Pradesh to women candidates.
Metaverse is an alternate reality — an immersive 3D environment that replicates the physical world, and its experiences, in the digital format.
The symbol of a political party is the identification mark that triggers, in the memory of the public, all things bad and good about a political outfit.
An exhibition, curated by Ranjit Hoskote, features 21 photographs selected out of a collection of 130 that Ritesh Uttamchandani shot across Mumbai over a period of 13 years. They look at how the theatre of politics plays out in the minds of people in the aftermath of the spectacle that are political events.
Public art in India, especially of statues, focuses inordinately on political figures, and almost completely ignores figures from the arts and culture
For politicians, dressing up for the masses is about endorsing an image, or conveying a message
Featuring 85 slots, the online sale comprised a rare catalogue of first-edition books printed from the pre-independence to the post-independence era in India, most of which were appearing at an auction for the first time ever.
The Rajasthan government’s women empowerment project UDAAN is transforming the lives of girls in the districts of Dausa, Karauli and Tonk
They may have loved once, but the love wore off. Their idea of love and what they look for in a partner, too, changed. As independent women, they are now more aware — of what they want, of who they want.
Watching the reunion was akin to going through one’s childhood album, with your parents and grandparents narrating the behind the scenes that led to all those snap worthy moments.
Forty-one iconic modern Indian masterpieces went under the hammer at the AstaGuru Modern Indian art sale, fetching an impressive total sale value of Rs 93.20 crore (approx.)
People from the North-East living in Delhi often face racial profiling, discrimination, difficulties in getting jobs or safe housing.
The Supreme Court issued an order on December 14 directing the states and union territories to start the process of of issuing identity proofs for sex workers. How easy will be to implement?
While the physical works on paper carry an estimate of Rs 30,000 - 1,50,000, the NFTs are estimated at Rs 1,000 - 25,000, offering accessible prices to newer collectors exploring the NFT market for the first time.
From the pollution capital of the world, a tale of intertwined yet divergent lives of slum dwellers in Delhi
With environmental hazards engulfing us like never before, Indian artists Gigi Scaria, Vibha Galhotra and Chandra Bhattacharjee are spreading important messages through their creative expertise. Here's a compilation of their artwork
The Mahindra Kabira Festival at Guleria Ghat in Varanasi was a gentle reminder of the Sufi saint’s centrality to India’s syncretism
As a medium of ethical intervention, art has been pivotal in conveying messages of recent protests to the masses
The show titled, 'Migrations' underway at the Vadehra Art Gallery in a way seems to converge the artist's lived experiences in different parts of the world and his most memorable impressions of these places into this one exhibition space.
A Ramachandran’s paintings of the flowers, the bees hovering over them, or the green moss that takes over the pond when it rains, draws the viewer in, into the vastness of his works.