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With Bharatnatyam, the cosmos & climate change, Sarabhai’s grandson presents a new story

Revanta Sarabhai performs in Pune. Pavan Khengre Revanta Sarabhai, who is among the handful of well-known male Bharatnatyam dancers in India, believes that staying true to the classical dance form is important as “the vocabulary of this dance style is versatile enough to tell any kind of story”. The grandson ...

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‘Kurathi’ presents the Mahabharata in a new light

‘Kurathi’ presents the Mahabharata in a new light

Kurathi is about a society that was “sidelined, betrayed and suppressed”. The play traverses between the Mahabharata and the present day, as those living on the fringes continue to be so. Designed and directed by Abhimanyu Vinayakumar and written by his father, MN Vinayakumar, it will be staged in the ...

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Dramatic Circle of Hyderabad presents Eugene Ionesco’s The Lesson’this weekend

Dramatic Circle of Hyderabad presents Eugene Ionesco’s The Lesson’this weekend

The Theatre of the Absurd is a moniker given to a genre of post World War-II plays where the premise is a man’s reaction to a world controlled by outside forces. Eugene Ionesco’s The Lesson, considered one of the classic plays of our times is also one of the most ...

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Kannada writer Jayant Kaikini awarded DSC Prize for ‘No Presents Please’

Kaikini is one of a new crop of Kannada writers to move away from older concerns social realism and rural life. Kannada writer Jayant Kaikini on Friday won the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2019 for No Presents Please (HarperCollins), a collection of his Mumbai stories that offers a ...

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Karwa Chauth gifts for her, 10 last-minute presents that women love | sex and relationships

Karwa Chauth gifts for her, 10 last-minute presents that women love | sex and relationships

With Karwa Chauth right almost here, you may be feeling a bit of pressure to gift your wife something special. Or, maybe you want to impress a certain someone so they can someday become your wife. Or, perhaps you just want to get something cool for someone you care about, ...

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‘Veendum Bhagavante Maranam’ symbolically presents the death of reason

‘Veendum Bhagavante Maranam’ symbolically presents the death of reason

As a work of art, how does one deal with a hotly debated, politically volatile and already sensationalised event like the murder of someone like rationalist M.M. Kalburgi, without resorting to sloganeering, succumbing to righteous anger, plunging into despair or seething with frustration? On the one hand, what you want ...

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