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The primordial sound
DHRUPAD MUSIC, in its original form, is temple music. Its roots go back to an earlier form called Prabhanda, which was in vogue in the 12th Century. It was during the regime of Raja Man Singh Tomar of Gwalior that it came out of the temple and ...
Diamonds and gold glittered tantalisingly at Swarn Sambandh, the jewellery show that concluded last week.
Gallery Sumukha has on display S.G. Vasudev's works in rich hues of copper. They not only document his artistic evolution over the years, but also consciously bridge the artificial gap between art and craft.
Bimal Desai is fighting 14 cases to save whatever remains of the Cubbon Park. Battle-scarred as he is, he has vowed never to call it quits.
Following his destiny
No Government has ever genuinely worked for the Dalits. Had they done it, the situation would have been different by now, says Prakash Ambedkar, grandson of B.R. Ambedkar.
An eye for service
Saraswathi Bhatt lost her eyesight very young. But she did not let that come in the way of her commitment to look after abandoned children.
Whether it is a naughty Ganesha or a serene Lakshmi, Chandni has a deity for everyone. There are gods, goddesses, saints made of bronze, sandalwood, brass, terracotta, crystal, and stone to suit all devotees.
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