The Hindu Friday Review November Fest 2014, promises Jasrangi Jugalbandi, New Wave Korean, the New Indian Classical and more The Hindu Friday Review November Fest, 2014 will be here in two weeks with an exciting line-up of artists from across the world.
Be it global tie-ups, path-breaking talent or moving away from traditional revenue streams, we are heading for glorious times Every other day I run into one of my fellow filmmakers from yesterday, who inevitably grumbles about the same thing. ‘Thos
Vinitha Netungadi talks about her trajectory in Mohiniattam, including why she thought of designing an alternative costume for the dance form. The calibre and maturity of young Mohiniattam dancer Vinitha Netungadi from Pallakad, Kerala, can neither be ig
Garuda carried Lord Mahavishnu at a terrific speed when the Lord wanted to hurry to save the elephant Gajendra, caught in the jaws of a crocodile. Vedanta Desika paints a pen picture of the scene, said V.S. Karunakarachariar, in a discourse. Lord Siva, Ind
Tune into Mateo, a five-member German pop band, which sings of life, love, and nature. They perform at Senate Hall on November 1 A group of friends, a shared love for music, the forming of a band, hit albums… the stuff dreams are made of. Meet Mate
Syed Sanaullah Makthi Thangal, one of the earliest progressive Islamic scholars of Kerala, lies buried in the ancient Juma Masjid at Calvathy In the middle of the khabaristan or burial ground adjoining the historic Juma Masjid at Calvathy, among the many
The Prime Minister has declared war on defecation in the open. Chennai has a long history of battling against what is euphemistically termed “public nuisance”, with the city and its Corporation invariably being on the losing side.What is intere
They sang in German, but pop band Mateo left the audience asking for more at their performance in the city Young German pop band Mateo demonstrated that music is a universal language, when the musicians interacted with students studying their very own l
Arathi Anand, a student of Guru Jayashankar Menon, takes the stage this coming Thursday for a solo Bharatanatyam recital. Menon, who received the Pravasi Kalashree award of the Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi this year, is one of the prominent Bharatanatya
IGNCA is all set to host an exhibition of drawings to showcase artistic impressions from 1947 to contemporary times Drawing, considered a poor second to painting, is rarely celebrated with such aplomb as planned by Gallery Espace on its 25th anniversary.