Expat Voice: Art for Heart’s Sake
Kerala-based Bharatanatyam dancer and actress Paris Laxmi grew up loving Indian culture in France.
Censor Board Seeks 26 Cuts, Title Change in Padmavati
The Sanjay Leela Bhansali-directed movie, starring Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, has been embroiled in controversies for a few months.
‘I Want to Dissolve in Indian Culture’
India helps people fight their fears, pride, and takes them out of their comfort zones, says Russian poet Stefania Danilova, who is looking forward to her performance in the country.
Chutney Soca Monarch Music Event Battles Controversies in Trinidad and Tobago
The popular Chutney Soca Music event in Trinidad and Tobago is mired in talks of low funds, change of venue and sparring between artistes over political affiliations.
Expat Voice: Manga And More
Shohei Emura's life in India revolves around art, whether it is promoting Japanese manga culture, telling Indian stories in comic books, or strengthening a community of artists.
Indian Jews in America: Finding Self in World of Transitions
As a Jewish woman of color, Siona Benjamin’s art reflects her upbringing in India, her life in the United States and the connection she feels to Israel.
When Needle is the Paint Brush
From aari and zardozi to kantha, Indian hand embroidery adds a dash of splendor to the creations of foreign designers.