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HindustanTimes Thu,21 Aug 2014

All that Mawa drama

This Parsi New Year, a new theatrical production offers you a glimpse into the functioning of an Irani Café

Get your Krishna connection on Janmashtami

The Capital gets ready to celebrate Janmashtami today and tomorrow. In our continuing coverage of events in town around the spirit of the festival, we look at a musical performance, a dance show and an art exhibition that mark the occasion.

Colours of independence: Exhibition on freedom photography

Ahead of Independence Day (August 15), get nostalgic by visiting the National Gallery of Modern Art’s (NGMA) exhibition titled, Visual Archives Of Kulwant Roy. Showcasing over 300 rare photographs, the retrospective also marks the birth centenary of the lensman.

An act of god!

On the occasion of Janmashtami, catch a musical in the Capital on the life and times ofKrishna, put up by Shriram Bharatiya Kala Kendra, who have been doing the popular show for the past 38 years.

It's time to have access to our own theatre: Nandita Das

Nandita Das talks about her love for theatre and how she and hubby Subodh have given it a filmy twist.

Return to roots: Photographer Ram Shergill debuts in India

For fashion photographers, to work with the likes of icons such as  Alexander McQueen, Philip Treacy and Isabella Blow is no less than a dream. The UK-based photographer of Indian origin, Ram Shergill, lived this dream early in his life, while studying there.

'Around Europe in eight dollars, but nothing like Kashmir'

Bhopal artist Sachida Nagdev has visited 60 countries across the world but believes his visit to Kashmir is the most memorable, possibly because it unravelled his two passions, travel and art.

Mumbai offers several options to enjoy Janmashtmi

With Krishna Janmashtami around the corner (August 17), multiple cultural activities are being held in Mumbai, to pay homage to the deity, throughout the month. Here are a few options for music and art aficionados to choose from.

Theatre should not be used as a stepping stone for Bollywood: Mahesh Bhatt

Veteran filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt has an opinion on mostly everything in life, and is never scared to air them either. In the capital recently to attend the premiere of the stage adaptation of his 1989 film Daddy, Bhatt bares his heart on Bollywood, theatre, artists, and much more.

Delhi art frat get together for Gaza

Delhi’s art community gets together to make a strong statement for the Gaza cause.
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