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How 23-year-old Cipun Mishra is introducing Odisha's youth to Spoken Word Poetry

Odisha is a land where poetry and culture are cherished greatly, so Cipun Mishra found a lot of help along the way with people offering venues free of cost to host his poetry sessions

Published on 23rd November 2017
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Meet the two youngsters who have made Poetry cool in Hyderabad again   

These two passionate poets don't wish to compete with other clubs in Hyderabad. Instead, they aspire to unite them all

 

Published on 21st November 2017
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How Odisha's Devasmita Panda wrote a book full of poems in the very first draft  

Devasmita Panda's first book Pink & Blues is all about poetry which she poured onto the paper straight from her heart — and she got it right in the very first draft. Beat that

 

Published on 20th November 2017
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NaMo's book of Tamil poems are out. Maybe it's time you got your copy

Sindhanai Kalanjiyam is a compilation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's poems translated into Tamil and recently released that portray the controversial leader in a different light

Published on 19th November 2017
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College trio from Kochi throw open the doors for performing artists and the city's young through their open mics

Arbor Vitaè's ambience and environment has been carefully put together and has received enormous positivity from Kochi's youngsters

Published on 6th November 2017
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What happens when the Almighty feels the blues? Apoorva Lanka tells us through her comic book, God is Sick

Even God has those days when he is feeling down, at least in Lanka's book he does. Read on to find out what he does to beat the blues

Published on 1st November 2017
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For this 104-year-old teacher, age is definitely just a number: Read about one of India's oldest and most celebrated Kannada literary figures

Centenarian G Venkatasubbaiah says that it saddens him to see how teacher-student relationships are not personal anymore

Published on 24th October 2017
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Hey, it's story time: Meet these four Bengalureans who will make you fall in love with the art of storytelling   

"Once upon a time..." — Let these storytellers bring back the memories of your childhood while you learn a few tricks of the modern day storytelling 

Published on 21st October 2017
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#TakeAKnee: Did you know that some of the words that we use today had a different meaning when they originated?

Dr Albert P' Rayan, Professor of English at KCG College of Engineering, looks back into the history of words and phrases

Published on 10th October 2017
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Here's why every book lover should stop by 82-year-old Govindaraju's garage filled with books curated since the 1950's: Books, books and more books

There's no flashy neon sign outside. There's no computerised tagging or cataloguing, Govindaraju's Rare Books is just a good old-school rummage-and-find book hunting experience

Published on 30th August 2017
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Get ready for aMUSEment: This poetry school in Mumbai just needs four months to make a poet out of you

Put your creativity and imagination and to the right use. Meet 30-year-old Anish Vyavahare who runs a poetry college at QTube Cafe. 

Published on 4th September 2017
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Detached from the Metro: Self-taught Photographer finds his love in capturing the 'Edges of India'

The 29-year-old documentary photographer, Krish Bhalla, showcased his works in Indira Gandhi National Centre to mark 'World Photography Day'

Published on 13th September 2017
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Meet Zee Music's artist Poojan Kohli whose second song Dil Haara should be out any day now

Vizag-based Kohli's started out in the Telugu music industry, but his second Hindi music video has been directed by Malik Ram with Sanket Sane as the music director  

Published on 30th September 2017
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The sky is the limit: The Open Sky Slam is a space for anyone with a little poetry in them

The collective of artists that was formed in 2015 has grown across the country and over borders

Published on 18th August 2017
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The little girl who could: Nupur Saraswat in conversation about art, identity and activism

Having made herself a force to be reckoned with in Singapore and across India, Nupur Saraswat talks about her influences and her fight against gender bias 

Published on 7th July 2017

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