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Carrying the Baton Forward

After Kalyanikuttiamma and Chinnammuamma, it is now the turn of shishyas such as Kanak Rele and Bharati Shivaji to put their best foot forward.

Dance | Nirmala Paniker

Explaining Composite Artworks

Figures made of two or more animals or even humans are common in Indian art. But what do they signify?

Art | Soma Ghosh

Latest Stories

Epiphany of the End

In 'Attention is the Fire', PK Umesh paints a frighteningly enchanting ecosphere of extremes.

Art | CS Venkiteswaran

The Death Ride

A ride on one of the most dangerous roads in Asia.

Travel | KPM Basheer

Dance

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Film

Books

School Daze

Books that made your childhood.

Books | Vineeth Abraham

Make 'Em Laugh

Humour comes in different styles. What's yours?

Books | Vineeth Abraham

Theatre

Kathakali Melam Workshop

Kathakali melam workshop stressed the need for acting syncing with melam.

Theatre | Vinu Vasudevan

Sarojini Nangiar

Why she prefers Koothambalams to starlit stages.

Theatre | India Art Review

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Art

Figures of Speech

How artist Tom Vattakuzhy creates ‘soulful conversations’.

Art | CS Venkiteswaran

Ways of Unseeing

Decoding KR Sunil’s photographic oeuvre — the John Berger way.

Art | CS Venkiteswaran