Aarya Menon shares unique facets about six traditional Indian folk & tribal art forms, which will not only make you feel proud of our country's rich heritage but will urge you to patronize these artforms which are purely handmade, natural, sustainable and Made in India.
People & Culture Archive
With a grim start to 2020, Parashie Sidhwani searches for a glimmer of hope & light through music. She shares snippets from the music album Golden Hour by the Norwegian DJ Kygo. Switch off the news channel & lose yourself to the happy tunes by Kygo!
The lockdown has found people to stay positively engaged. Nope, we're not talking about online learning, we're talking about playing card games. Aarya Menon, shares interesting snippets about cards & how playing card games with your family can be a great time for bonding!
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!
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.
During the lockdown as people are browsing through old photo albums & reliving their wonderful childhood memories, our reader, Devyani Chauhan Bisht shares a petite list of her cherished possessions from childhood, that she has restored so beautifully.
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
With the recent lockdown & forced 'working from home', it has suddenly made professionals realise how difficult it is to work from one's home environment. Having worked from home for years, here are some pointers to give you a fresh perspective on how to deal with this
Anusmita Dutta reviews Malayalam film 'Uyare', starring Parvathy Thiruvothu. This film revolves around the undying spirit of a woman who aspires to become a pilot when a brutal experience changes her life. Find out how she reclaims her dreams in spite of being 'scarred' for life.
Townships may be the answer to sustainable living & better quality of life. Anusmita Dutta explores the advantages & benefits of townships where residents don't have to commute long distances for work & recreation. This can have a positive impact on our environment as well.