Musical Ballet on Ramayana Wows All at ASEAN Opening Ceremony
Rama Hari, staged by ballet dancers from the Philippines, is based on Maharadia Lawana, the country’s version of Ramayana.
The World On My Canvas
Melbourne-based painter Sedunath Prabhakar's creations celebrate India-Oman ties to commemorate 47th National Day in Muscat.
This Writer Aims to Highlight ‘American Born Confused Desis’ in His Sitcom
‘Breakfast in Bangalore’ is about returned NRIs trying to find their identity in a new landscape.
Belgian Dancers to Perform Bollywood Songs During Royal Couple’s Visit
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde are in India on a week-long visit.
You Cannot Take India Out of an Indian: Grammy Winner Sandeep Das
Indians have a global footprint, says tabla player Sandeep Das.
I Have Always Worked Under Pressure: Anoushka Shankar
Scoring music for the restored late 1920s silent film 'Shiraz: A Romance of India' was very challenging, says Anoushka Shankar.
Indian, Cambodian Dance Forms to Bring Alive Arjuna’s Brihannala in Singapore
The dance drama, Brihannala - Arjuna’s Disguise, has been created by Singapore's Bhaskar Arts Academy and Amrita Performing Arts, Cambodia.
Shooting For ‘Hotel Mumbai’ Was Eye-Opening: Dev Patel
Hotel Mumbai is based on the three-day siege of the Taj Hotel in the city by Pakistan-based terrorists in November 2008.
Expat Voice: Life in Maximum City
Portuguese fashion photographer Nuno Oliveira took a shot at working in Mumbai, and realized that India has the power to wake people up from their slumber.
Indian Adventurism is a Part of Me, Says Music Composer Colin Aguiar
Colin Aguiar takes us through his musical journey, from finding inspirations in Goan music and Kathakali to working with Oscar-winning Canadian composer Mychael Danna.