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While pushing the boundaries of jazz, the towering pianist never abandoned the world of classical music.
· Mar 04, 2021 · 11:30 am
Cooking wild boar? A recipe book from the palaces of Nepal’s Rana dynasty shows how
An excerpt from Rohini Rana’s ‘The Rana Cookbook: Recipes from the Palaces of Nepal’.
· Mar 03, 2021 · 11:30 am
Why are Indians so preoccupied with what Nagas eat, whether it is dogs, bats or falcons?
Debates about Naga food overlook the perspective that situates it in relation to other aspects of their cultural and political life.
· Feb 22, 2021 · 11:30 am
100 years on, remembering the Hindu-German conspiracy to violently overthrow the British Raj
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‘He was the Google of Mumbai’: Foy Nissen’s photos reveal his intimate relationship with the city
Mar 19, 2019 · 11:30 am
Who was the photographer who took these dehumanising images of the Madras famine?
Nov 20, 2017 · 11:30 am
How the legendary musician Astor Piazzolla put a touch of Bach into tango
Apr 01, 2021 · 11:30 am
Don’t sneer at people taking selfies in museums. Their photographs can be art too
Mar 27, 2021 · 11:30 am
This memoir blends together recipes with sweet and sour memories of Shillong
An excerpt from ‘Spiced, Smoked, Pickled, Preserved: Recipes and Reminiscences from India’s Eastern Hills’ by Indranee Ghosh.
· Feb 19, 2021 · 11:30 am
Photo essay: India’s precious wildlife is drowning and dying in our filth
Jackals licking styrofoam plates and elephants eating plastic. An Instagram project connects the dots between waste management and wildlife conservation.
· Feb 12, 2021 · 10:30 am
Why Indian chefs and restaurants must come out in support of the farmer protests
The agriculture laws won’t just change what we grow. It will also affect what we eat.
· Feb 08, 2021 · 11:30 am
The amazing story of the chef-conman who first made America fall in love with curry
Jul 27, 2020 · 07:48 am
Coronavirus has given Indian ‘foodies’ a chance to become genuine ‘food lovers’
Jun 11, 2020 · 11:30 am
A top Indian chef’s guide to stocking your kitchen during coronavirus lockdown
Apr 16, 2020 · 11:30 am
Even before coronavirus, Indian women were passing down secrets of quarantine cooking
Apr 11, 2020 · 11:30 am
Beyond palak and methi, there are many Indian greens waiting to be rediscovered
May 25, 2019 · 11:30 am
Is golgappa better than paani puri and phuchka? That is the wrong question to ask
Instead what we should be asking is: when and how did the golgappa lose its sophistication?
· Feb 02, 2021 · 11:30 am
A centuries-old kebab tells the story of the richness of Lucknow’s Awadhi food
When cooks couldn’t shape individual kebabs for enormous groups of people, they came up with a solution: a kebab that is a paste.
· Dec 23, 2020 · 11:30 am
How all Indians (including teetotallers) end up consuming a lot of alcohol without knowing it
An excerpt from Krish Ashok’s ‘Masala Lab’, an exploration of the science of Indian cooking.
· Dec 17, 2020 · 11:30 am
Small is beautiful: An artist in Tamil Nadu is carving miniature sculptures on pencil tips
Aug 03, 2019 · 11:30 am
An artist looks at Grimms’ fairy tales and finds sexist stereotypes that are common in India
Jun 07, 2019 · 11:30 am
An engineer in Canada is urging South Asians to post their family photos and memories on Instagram
May 09, 2019 · 11:30 am
Ten Indian designers who are reimagining the English alphabet for an Instagram challenge
May 05, 2019 · 11:30 am
On a new Instagram account, Indians and Pakistanis are sharing their memories of living in the Gulf
Apr 25, 2019 · 11:30 am
On his 250th birth anniversary, remembering Beethoven the astute businessman
The musical genius also had a flair for commerce, it turns out.
· Dec 16, 2020 · 11:30 am
Pinch of irony: As Indian restaurants embrace home food, home cooks are recreating restaurant dishes
A new cooking culture is simmering in India.
· Nov 30, 2020 · 11:30 am
How to destroy enemies and walk on water, according to old Indian magic texts
The Uḍḍ-corpus texts of sorcery and magic are of endless interest to some academics, for they represent the heterodox nature of Hinduism.
· Nov 22, 2020 · 11:30 am
Like the rest of Delhi, the pandemic has made me rediscover the joy of picnicking in public parks
Dec 31, 2020 · 01:30 pm
In photos: These Mumbai shrines and sacred sites will be irrevocably altered by Coastal Road project
Aug 22, 2020 · 07:30 am
Meet the phenomenal 90-year-old who runs Mumbai’s oldest orchestra
Aug 30, 2019 · 11:30 am
As Bengaluru loses land to concrete, a small initiative wants to remind the city of its green past
Aug 10, 2019 · 11:30 am
Meet the ‘urban nostalgists’ of Kolkata who are saving its architecture – one old building at a time
Jun 10, 2019 · 11:30 am