Tag: Art & Culture

Experiencing Theyyam, Traditional Folk Art Form of Kerala

Theyaam, a thousand-year-old ritual since the folklore has it that these Human Gods solve all the problems who pray to them.  

The Indian Epics in Popular Culture

The epics continue to survive in this manner not only by word of mouth and traditions passed down through generations, but more so because of the way in which they have been adapted into popular culture.

The Oasis – The Experiential Festival is in Delhi this Winter!

The Oasis Fest is a mindfully curated, lively experience for an eco-conscious tribe. The 2-day experience beacons people to gather around and indulge in a multitude of immersive conversations, shopping, workshops, music and more.

Soul-stirring Music in Baul culture of Bengal

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.

Handlooms of Kerala – Holding onto the Flag of Tradition

Kerala is known for its mundus and kasavu sarees that have been given GI tags to give importance to their uniqueness

Meet Sneha Suresh – A visual Communicator & Entrepreneur

We spoke with Sneha about her latest projects, the need for preserving our heritage, her own brand and much more.

Papusza : A Belly Dance Production on the Life of a Great Romani Poet

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

Is the Party Culture in Mumbai Slowly Dying Down?

The youth is redefining the party culture in Mumbai from a night party scene to a day party scene. From social taboo extended towards drinking in the day

Photo Feature – A Unique Dasara Festival at Kulasekharapatnam

Through this photo feature, Vishal Rajendiran narrates his thrilling travel to a different kind of Dasara Festival at Kulasekharapatnam in Tamilnadu.

7 Unique Things About Bhutan that Makes it Culturally Rich!

7 things about Bhutaneese culture which I learned and which have left me more intrigued than ever.

The Manja Makers behind Uttarayan

During Uttarayan, a manja maker prepares about 100-250 charkhis every day for kite enthusiasts participating in the International Kite Festival in Ahmedabad

My Offbeat and Culturally Rich Trip to Orissa

For all those who like to explore culture and learn more about India, Orissa is the perfect destination for you. You can not only go here with your family, but you can also visit with your friends.

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