The multi-cultural Indian cinema

The cinema of South India is used to refer collectively the four distinct film industries of South India – Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada film industries – as a single entity. They are based in Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi, and Bangalore. Although developed independently for a long period of time, gross exchange of film performers and…...

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The Artisan Hub – Delhi

“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” – Thomas Merton. Art in India originated sometime during the Indus Valley civilization, around five thousand years ago. The forms of art found from various excavation sites include sculptures, seals, pottery, gold ornaments, terracotta figures, etc. Their art was spiritual and sensual,…...

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Kollam – Bliss of Kerala

There is a proverb in Kerala which means, “One doesn’t need one’s home anymore for the one who has seen Quilon”. Though it can convey different meanings to different people, one thing is pretty sure. Quilon (Kollam) must be a damn good enchanting place. It does have a magnetism of its own that haunts our…...

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Patna in a nutshell

I meet people and they become chapters in my stories. With the purpose of adding more chapters to my stories, I took a trip to one of the oldest living cities  in the world, Patna, proudly cradling in it’s heart the city’s heritage, patriotism and a treasure trove of culture and traditions. Patna, a bustling…...

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The Kashmiri

I am a south Indian by birth but greatly influenced by the lifestyle of north Indians. When I was in my 8 th grade, our school took us for an excursion to Kashmir. Those were the most exciting times of my school days. It was a six day trip to Kashmir. Every minute we had…...

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