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Border Lines | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

Aryakrishnan masquerading as Sweet Maria, the transgender activist (Photos by Kochi Muziris Biennale) Prabhakar PrachputeThere could perhaps have been no place more befitting than the Anand Warehouse for artist Prabhakar Prachpute’s Resilient Bodies in the Era of Resistance. Once a centre for trade in food grain, the walls of the ...

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Ghazal’s Southern Ascent | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

Gayatri Asokan To her, music is quantum mechanics. Waves of sur. Notes and the gaps between them. Her friends are ragas Bageshwari, Shudh Sarang and Malkauns. She sings Mazha Kondu Mathram with as much thairaav as she does Mehdi Hassan’s Baat Karni Mujhe Mushkil with sincerity. “This is a singer ...

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Asma’s Indian Kitchen charts the story of Indian immigrant restaurateur | books

UK-based restaurant owner Asma Khan’s book Asma’s Indian Kitchen has been launched here for Indian readers with veteran food writer Marryam H. Reshii discussing her journey and experience of touching lives through her food and the emotional experiences of her customers. The author runs an award-winning restaurant, Darjeeling Express, which ...

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Biennale: Postcards from Kochi | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

(Photo Courtesy: Kochi Biennale Foundation) Community Spirit Aimed at “reviving the rich cosmopolitan, multicultural heritage of the Jew Town”, the Water Town Fest is being held alongside the Biennale. Home to the Paradesi Jews, the once-thriving neighbourhood of Jew Town at Mattancherry reportedly has only six members of the community ...

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At His Table | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

“I became a chef totally by error. It was not planned at all. I couldn’t become a pilot so I went to catering college. I wanted to become a barman and serve drinks. When I applied for training, I was told that I was too short to stand behind the ...

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All worlds’s a stage | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

Related News Chauhan was among the top eight travel photographer by Photographic Society of America. IT’S with the language of photography that Vinod Chauhan is initiating a dialogue, one that transcends barriers and boundaries. A photographer, who is not bound by conventions, Chauhan takes the roads less travelled to explore ...

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Romantic, by Nature | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

The writer with a copy of the book. Nature, says author Sonika Shandilya, is the best writer as it pens a bestseller every day with its many moods, colours and natural conversations. “The moon, stars, sun, flowers, lightning; rain and nature have been kind to India. Every state is vibrant ...

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Stranger than fiction | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

Author Yuval Noah Harari Author of three bestselling books on the history, present and future of the human race — Sapiens, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century and Homo Deus — Yuval Noah Harari of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem sees Homo sapiens essentially as a storytelling animal, a being ...

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Let the Music Flow | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

Worldservice Project (James Drew Turner) Written by Sahana IyerIntense beats, groovy music and irreverent humour are what characterised London-based punk-jazz band Worldservice Project’s set at the NH7 Weekender in Pune last weekend. The five-member band — Dave Morecroft, composer, keyboardist and vocalist; Tim Ower, saxophone player; Raphael Clarkson, trombone player and ...

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A Red-Letter Day | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

Exhibits at the Partition Museum. The Journey began with a photograph of a burnt-down Town Hall in Amritsar for author and journalist Kishwar Desai. She was researching for “Punjab Under Siege, The Jallianwala Bagh Centenary (1919-1920)”, an exhibition at the Partition Museum, which is housed in the Town Hall. As ...

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