Move away from mindless binge-watching on the telly. Prakriti Panwar recommends a list of top four international series that you should check out on Netflix. The series may be in international language, but the content & storyline is so good, you wouldn't mind reading the subtitles!
Learn the poetic Indian artforms Phad, Madhubani, Pattachitra & connect with our local artists online. We attended a few online traditional art workshops curated by Truly Tribal & are more than enriched by the experience. We urge you to try one too!
Have you ever heard of a diary entry from a book? Well, if books could speak or write, they would have a list of complaints as to how we mistreat them. Read this amusing snippet by Niharika Bisht on her favourite yet often misplaced book - 'Wonder'.
Can a real-life eerie experience at a college library find its way into a nail-biting plot of a book? That was the spark that led Shabnam Minawala, to write 'What Maya Saw...' as she shares her incredible journey of becoming an author with Prakriti Panwar.
Aarya Menon talks about her love for basketball, its evolution and journey to India and why she chose it. She decodes this high energy sport for you and encourages you for a dribble to see for yourself how it can positively transform you as a person.
Prakriti Panwar talks to 14-year-old award-winning doodle artist, Anubhav Sahu and his supermom Chanda Sahu, about his love for this art form. A self-taught artist, this young man has won the hearts of many with his wonderful personality and his superb doodling talent.
Shruti Chatterjee, a Kolkata based Family & Child Counsellor shares why she finds writing such a joyous experience. She narrates how books & writing have been her constant companion & how she kept at it in spite of donning various roles in life.
This lockdown would have introduced many of us to the world of books. No matter how advance technology may get, nothing compares the joy of holding a book and reading it by the warmth of a bedside lamp. Here are our top 11 books that we recommend
Meet 20-year-old Harshita Sharma, a Fine Arts student from Kanpur University, who stumbled upon her hidden talent of bringing lifeless stones to life, quite by chance. She's now the Founder of Stonemania.
Music enthusiast, Bilakshan Santosh Harsh decodes the magic of Indian classical music and how it is still one of the most popular genres even today. He takes us to the depths of Indian classical music and you'll be amazed at what it has in store.