Art And-culture News
Lena Ladakh: 'Women should be better contributors to the economy of the household'
How the pashmina label Lena Ladakh became an all-woman start-up.
Nandita Desai's ode to abandoned houses
Artist Nandita Desai evokes nostalgia through her upcoming art show 'The Stone and the Brick' from 13-19 March at Jehangir Art Gallery.
Delhi! Here comes the best weekend of the year with Comic Con India!
This epic convention will feature comics, cosplays, gaming, merchandise, and a wholesome experience all in one place for the pop-culture enthusiasts.
Top Notch | Sagrika Rai: 'I used to wear high-street clothes when younger; but when I wore our weaves, heads 'turned'
Sagrika Rai’s 25-year-old Warp & Weft is an institution for Benaresi saris.
Food Talk | Navratra: The goodness of satvik food
Chefs across Delhi tells us how satvik food is good for health.
Behno's Shivam Punjya: 'I am a vegetarian but wear a lot of leather'
Behno’s Shivam Punjya on the sustainability of leather, and his new brand ambassador – Katrina Kaif
Gaurav Gupta: ‘We are a conceptual fashion label, and people thought I was an alien’
Gaurav Gupta is fresh off Paris Haute Couture week, and the Oscars and Grammys red carpet
RRR’s ‘Naatu Naatu’, ‘The Elephant Whisperers’ win at Oscars: When India shone at the Academy Awards
Now the world knows how to Naatu. RRR’s catchy number ‘Naatu Naatu’ created history at the Oscars as it became the first song from an Indian film to win the Best Original Song award. ‘The Elephant Whisperers’ won Best Documentary Short Subject. We take a look at other defining moments from India
Jagvir Matharoo and Martino Caramia: 'People come to our stores for not just a piece of clothing, but a way of life'
What makes Jagvir Matharoo and Martino Caramia connoisseurs of Goa.
From land in Australia to liposuction: Inside the $126,000 Oscars gifts bag
If you are an Oscar nominee, you don’t go empty-handed. The coveted ‘Everyone Wins’ gift bags are filled with luxuries focused on wellness – a three-night stay at a volcanic island in Italy, Japanese milk bread, silk pillowcases and more. The hamper is 300 times the value of the $400 statuette
The Anavila Label opened the Atelier during Sustainable Fashion Day at Lakmé Fashon Week in partnership
The “DABU” collection by Anavila Misra for her label ‘Anavila’ will offer timeless options for women who long to be draped in the traditional elegance of India’s grand drape.
Meet the start-up from Uttar Pradesh that's converting a common littered item into useful products, only on HistoryTV18
Learn more about this environment protecting start-up in ‘OMG! Yeh Mera India’ this Thursday at 8 PM, only on HistoryTV18.
7th edition of Sahayog Contemporary Art Exhibition brings together over 75 artworks from 25 artists
A part sale proceeds to go towards Rotary Club of Mumbai West End’s Child Development Drive.
Sydney WorldPride: Australia's flagship pride celebrations that brings the LGBT community together
From parties, exhibitions, workshops, dining experiences and iconic destinations running inclusive programs - there's something for everyone wanting to celebrate and show their support for LGBT community.
Top Notch | Klove Studio's Prateek Jain and Gautam Seth: 'Our pieces are designed to bring you beauty, or peace'
A New York showcase and a baby, Klove Studio’s Prateek Jain and Gautam Seth have had their most significant year yet.
In Memoriam: Lakshmi Viswanathan, Bharatanatyam exponent and keeper of timeless artistry leaves a luminous legacy
The noted Bharatanatyam dancer and scholar, Lakshmi Viswanathan, passed away rather unexpectedly on 19 January 2023, at age 79
Top Notch | Vikram Goyal: 'I knew I wanted to do something indigenous and soaked in excellence'
Vikram Goyal on why India's design language and craft techniques are always golden
From Rahul Mishra to Gaurav Gupta, Indian fashion designers who showed their collections at Paris Haute Couture Week
It has taken India over 47 years to reach Paris Haute Couture Week, and now when it has, it has reached three time over in quick succession. The names are Gaurav Gupta, Rahul Mishra, and Vaishali Shadangule.
Author Aanchal Malhotra on her debut novel: 'Thought I would work on something lighter'
After two acclaimed books on partition and its lingering effects in the acclaimed Remnants of a Separation: A History of the Partition through Material Memory and In the Language of Remembering: The Inheritance of Partition, the author is back with her debut novel, The Book of Everlasting Things.
EXCLUSIVE | Shobhaa De: ‘Food as a powerful metaphor for all that is precious and pleasurable in life’
In conversation with writer Shobhaa De on her memoir Insatiable, her relation with food, living life to the fullest at 75, dealing with an ageist society and more.