The rural dance form is mainly practised in the Dinajpur district of West Bengal around the harvest season.
‘The Qawwali Photo Project’, an exhibition by the The Sufi Kathak Foundation, is on display at the Museo Camera Centre for Photographic Arts in Gurgaon till May 8.
The film based on Walter Lord’s 1955 account is much more accurate than James Cameron’s epic.
Jan Bazuin wrote a diary about his experiences during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. Now published as a book, his testimony will also inspire a new app.
We can’t judge the Roman period by our standards and assume that it was predominantly White.
Panthéonisation is one of the highest honours the French Republic can bestow on its citizens.
A poem on how a fish bone stuck in the throat made me appreciate slices of family history.
To stave off illness and melancholy, moderate drinking was advised by doctors.
It's a malleable mythos that has been adapted by kings and queens as well as artists and filmmakers.
Fifty years ago, Linda Nochlin's essay 'Why have there been no great women artists?' was published. It would change how we see art and its institutions, and still reverberates …