Arts

  • Aswati Anand |May 3, 2018

    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.

  • Little India Desk |May 3, 2018

    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.

  • Treena Mukherjee |May 1, 2018

    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.

  • Little India Desk |April 30, 2018

    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.

  • Adrian Higgins |April 24, 2018

    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...

  • Zofeen Maqsood |April 22, 2018

    India And The World

    India has long held an exotic appeal for the Western world.

  • Little India Desk |April 8, 2018

    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.

  • Treena Mukherjee |April 7, 2018

    An Artist’s Day Out

    Artist Vilas Tonape gave lessons in portrait painting to former U.S. President George W Bush.

  • Asmita Sarkar |April 6, 2018

    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.

  • Little India Desk |April 3, 2018

    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.