Feast for the Eyes: Journey of a Miniature Clay Artist
Shilpa Mitha talks about venturing into the unknown by making bite-sized clay replicas of Indian delicacies.
Indian Supreme Court Raps Govt Over Discoloration of Taj Mahal
The once ivory-white marble mausoleum on the banks of the Yamuna river in Agra is turning green, the court observed.
Word Power: Decoding the Buzz Behind Spelling Bee
American documentary maker Sam Rega's film, Breaking the Bee, explores Indian American families' fascination with the spelling bee contest.
George Harrison’s Estate Launches Label Featuring Works of Ravi Shankar, Ali Akbar Khan
HariSongs, the new record label, will release songs featuring Indian classical and world music.
The Real Magic of The Taj Mahal
Since the Taj Mahal was completed in the mid-1600s, the world’s most famous monument to undying love has...
India And The World
India has long held an exotic appeal for the Western world.
Australian Museum Showcases Digital Interactive Exhibition on Mahatma Gandhi
The exhibition titled Mahatma Gandhi: An Immigrant is being held at Victoria’s Immigration Museum in Melbourne, Australia.
An Artist’s Day Out
Artist Vilas Tonape gave lessons in portrait painting to former U.S. President George W Bush.
A Treat for the South Asian Cinephile in Los Angeles
The 16th Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) is set to begin on April 11.
U.S. to Return 1,000-Year-Old Stolen Apsara Sculpture to India
The United States will return to India the ‘Apsara’ statue that is currently at a museum in Los Angeles.