Henna Rakheja writes on city, art and culture, for the daily Entertainment & Lifestyle supplement, HT City.
Articles by Henna Rakheja
The recently concluded Rajnigandha Hindustan Times Imagine Fest 2018, brought visual and performing artists on one platform.
At the upcoming two-day affordable art fest, there will be art walks conducted by experts, and inspirations talks by Bollywood celebs.
At the upcoming Hindustan Times Imagine Fest, there will be affordable art for aficionados in the Capital
Young Indian classical musicians and dancers get a platform to present their skills at the ongoing festival, SOPAN 2019, in the Capital.
India Art Fair 2019: This year, the event has 75 exhibitors from 24 Indian and international cities setting up booths to display works of more than a thousand artists.
Actor Manisha Koirala, who has written about her journey of fighting cancer in the book titled Healed, says she learnt to value life in the process, and is looking forward to feedback from people for her writing.
An ongoing exhibition of installations in Delhi provides an immersive experience of the grief and distress that refugees go through.
Swami Haridas Tansen Sangeet Nritya Mahotsav is a festival that showcases the stalwarts of Indian classical arts. This year it will have performances by some renowned names such as Parveen Sultana (Vocal), Amaan and Ayaan Ali Bangash (Sarod).
So, be it dimsums or tea, golgappas or bread there’s a healthy version of most foods on offer at the 80 stalls on display.
At the ongoing HT Palate Fest, day one was a hit with visitors.Here’s some dope for all the food and music lovers in town.
If you think you can miss the HT Palate Fest 2018, which begins today, then think again for there are reasons aplenty that can change your mind, and route you towards #healthybinging.
At the upcoming edition of Hindustan Times Palate Fest at Nehru Park, one can look forward to some healthy bingeing options, and seek advice from the chefs on incorporating healthy recipes in everyday life.
Art is in the eye of the beholder. Proving this is an ongoing exhibition, titled Opaque Emblems, where international and Indian artists, such as, Subodh Gupta, took pre-existing objects and images and recycled them.
The Hindustan Times Palate Fest is back, and will have performances by Daler Mehndi, Jasmine Sandlas and Tulsi Kumar. There will also be masterclasses by chefs Harpal Singh Sokhi, Gautam Chaudhry and Sabyasachi Gorai, among others.
Come December and the spirit of Christmas, the aroma of plum cakes and ginger bread fills the imagination. The big day is still away, but here’s a lift of Christmas fairs in the Capital that you can enjoy till then.
Hindustan Times, Delhi | ByHenna Rakheja and Naina Arora
The Delhi International Arts festival is back to re-instill the feeling of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam. About 1,000 artists will perform in 92 events to be held at 20 venues across the Capital.
Kuchipudi dancers Yamini and Bhavana Reddy — daughters of Padma Bhushan awardees Raja Radha and Kaushalya Reddy — performed Shiva Leela, which also depicts Shiva’s slaying of the demon Mukasura.
A new group exhibition allows a much-needed break from the monotony of everyday lives while celebrating the hues of monochrome.
Despite being in little contact with technological advancement, the Omo tribes possess modern weapons and ammunition. Take a peek into their life.
Suneeta Rao, the famous pop and playback singer of the ’80s and ’90s, has returned to theatre with the play Gaa Re Maa, which was staged recently in Delhi
This year, Ganpati puja celebrations around Delhi-NCR are coupled with plantation drives and efforts to raise awareness on planting saplings and nurturing them, to counter the pollution in the Capital.
Actor Minissha Lamba, an alumna of DU’s Miranda House, is set to make her theatre debut in Delhi with the play Mirror Mirror.
Actor Shweta Tiwari, who essayed the character of Prerna in original version of popular TV show Kasautii Zindagii Kay, says her daughter — who is now a teenager — was approached for the reboot.
At the ongoing Stationery Fair 2018 in Delhi, there are a lot of unusual designs that are turning visitors into shopaholics.
Hop on the rainbow that’s Delhi’s public transport; and decode the colour scheme of the VIBGYOR to travel at ease.
Watch out for major Indian publishers, innovative stationery, cultural performances by college students and much more at Delhi Book Fair and Stationery Fair 2018.
One look at the dreamlike animal imagery in works of Bakula Nayak, and you’ll spot old legal documents, bills, etc. depicting lives of their owners.
This Eid al-Adha, many Delhiites have decided to keep their celebrations low-key, so that they can donate as much as possible for those affected in Kerala floods.
This event will enliven the oral tradition of narrating stories through folk songs via both formats, traditional and contemporary.
Akshara Theatre to celebrate its founder Gopal Sharman’s birth anniversary with four of his stories, which will be directed by four contemporary theatre personalities.