Drawing from their collective experiences and melding genres of rock, blues, prog and jazz with Ladishah, a whimsical folk storytelling tradition, Sarfaraz Javid, Suhail Ahmad, and Mohsin Hassan of Gaekhir Republik have...
When the fire threatens to raze us, there’s just one tune pervading our mind, body, and soul: that morality isn’t a choice as much as a privilege.
The central theme at the 10th Kalinga Literary Festival, ‘Legends of Ancient Bharat and Beyond’, will pulse with the collective rhythm of over 300 esteemed speakers, including poets, musicians, artists, and performers.
Gunjan Joshi writes two poems for Outlook
The Bishop Cotton School in Shimla is one of the oldest boarding schools in India situated in a mountain-top forested campus in the Middle Himalayas.
For everyone going on an evening stroll, a leisurely walk or shopping, The Mall becomes the obvious choice, leaving no room for confusion.
Vani Singh writes a poem for Outlook.
Political and religious sensitivities are affecting India's OTT industry, leading to controversies and show cancellations, reflecting a shift in content acceptance
The members said that they do not believe Germany currently has a space for an open exchange of ideas and the development of complex and nuanced artistic approaches that Documenta artists and curators deserve.
Prof. Devy delivered the 10th Sunil Memorial Lecture on November 17 at JNU’s School of Arts and Aesthetics Auditorium, titled 'Language Diversity and the Making of India,' in which he briefly analysed the history of the...
Having received many literary awards, Harnot’s fame as a story writer of the hilly state of Himachal Pradesh has exceeded the state and national barriers.
The growth of the persona is carved by the changing nature of the seasons and each Kashmiri evolves through the challenges and uncertainties by a steady resilience against the complexities of the region along with the hope...
Fashion can start with letting go of everything it is usually related to.
Ashutosh Kumar Thakur spoke to Arun Kamal covering various aspects of his life, literary journey, and reflections on Bihar's literary tradition
Sona Maniar writes a short fiction piece for Outlook
Richa Tilokani writes a poem for Outlook
The Gaiety Theatre in Shimla, the erstwhile Summer Capital of the British Raj, has often been hailed as the Royal Albert Hall of India. Having hosted authors and performers like Nobel Laureate Rudyard Kipling, Gulzar, Shashi...
Puneet Kundal writes about how enclaves and exclaves have evolved over the centuries in different parts of the world, including in India.
Five poems by Arun Paria based on five incidents in five different cities in the world. These are stories of people: some strange, some miraculous, some sad, and some, truly hilarious.
An excerpt from a story by Palestinian author Farah Barqawi on her journey as she moved out of Gaza.
Time has changed, traditions have changed but the beliefs and practices of Kullu's Dussehra festival remain the same.
A short story about a couple who broke traditions and culture and went against societal complexities for love.
The road to Hundurman Brok is blacktopped, and from the road, one can see the ancient Silk Route, also called the Skardu–Kargil Road, across the Suru River.
On the birth anniversary of renowned Odissi dancer Guru Deba Prasad Das, we remember his tremendous work towards uplifting the classical dance form.
Shantashree Mohanty writes a poem for Outlook expressing her gratitude to the English professor who inspired her to read poetry.