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The festival of inner light
Unlike in the West, Indian jewels have never been signed by the craftsmen, who live and die unsung. Art historian Usha R. Bala Krishnan talks about the uniqueness of Indian traditional craftsmanship where the creator is sublimated in the process of c reation.
A recent Supreme Court ruling permits consumers to be represented at hearings of Electricity Regulatory Commissions.
Last week's performance by the Vineyard Band drew a motley crowd of fans and worshippers.
Chords and notes
HOW MANY parents there are, who would dearly love to open their children's minds to the rich heritage of Sanskrit slokas, at the right age, but are handicapped because their own knowledge is scrappy or scanty. For them Times Music's new album: ...
THE RESTAURANT, Tangerine, is Omer Bin Jung's baby in every way. His wife designed the interiors and the two together worked on the menu, which is exclusive. One has to drive 25 km. to Doddaballapur to reach the impressive portals of the ...
FOR ITS loyal customers, the name Rangachari is synonymous with exclusive cotton saris. Its show room - Rangachari Textiles - on Sampige Road, Malleswaram, is where one should go to check out its famed saris. "Mosa Iralla (there is no ...
Talent is not the privilege of the rich. A play put up by children from two Government schools in the City proved this point most eloquently.
Prelude to a dream
Five artists who share the same vision were at the ICE exhibition held recently in the City, making an effort to reach out to people.
A double take on magic
Two ace magicians - Prahlad Acharya and Uday Jadugar - cast their magical spell on Bangaloreans with intriguing tricks.
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