Tag: Indian Culture
The Bauls worship music and are not associated with any mainstream religion. Their music is the culmination point of a huge range of cultures from around the world.
Puffed rice has a history of usage in India and is made not only into snacking items, but also in many parts offered in temples and prayers.
The celebration of Muslim festivals, just like the celebrations of any other festival adds charm and fun into the culture of this country.
A fascinating detailed history on the origin of Belly dance and the journey of its pioneers in India along with details on a 9th November production on Papusza
Street Art in India has been around for a while, but these days its taking a leap due to involvement of young people in expressing social causes in artistic ways...
Durga Puja is about the victory of good over evil, about the power of a woman who can destroy wickedness if she decides to do so.
From being a flourishing art form to reaching its lowest point during the colonial rule, Mohiniyattam has survived and revived itself to maintain its glory and excellence over the years.
In conversation with Agrima Kaji, about her passion for art, her interest in women from different regions and fields and her acumen in creating petite, yet powerful mini-series.
The different types of Scroll paintings are an integral part of the visual arts and most of these are as much about tradition and culture as about skill, color and craft.
The dedication and love for cricket in India is an incredible indication of progress and harmony. Today we see a dream in the eyes of many teens to be the next Sachin or the next Dhoni of the country.