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The Dying art: Theyyam seems to lose its colours with smattering income but this Kerala man won't give up on it
This art-lover from Kerala is successfully superseding his ancestors in creating characters through brushes in Theyyam, and he's has been doing it for 25 years now
Cocoa Tree's annual dessert is working with NGO, Guardians of Dreams and promises participants and time sweetly spent
Wanna read comic books all day long? This latest course at a UK-university will allow you to do just that
Here is a college that gives you a degree in comics. Enough said. Here's what the minds behind the new course tell you about its pros and cons
FTII students write Anupam Kher an Open Letter detailing the issues they are curently facing and request his help for the same.
For Divya Deepankar, the world is her audience, travel is her music and somewhere in your city, she will find her stage
All the world's a stage and she is just a mere performer, travelling to dance and make her hastag #TereSheharMein trend globally
If you're looking to do some self-exploration, this book by this Chennai author should be on your bookshelf
He has been in the field of self-awareness and development for 22 years and started skill training and psychology workshops soon after — reasons enough to read his books for some enlightenment!
Murali Krishna and the Figurative Art Society is determined to make more time for their art in between their busy lives
Nizhal Studio’s photowalks ensure mentorship at every step, says founder Sowmya Raghunath
Meet Kavita Gupta Sabharwal who managed to make a Literature fest interesting for children in B'luru
The curator of the Neev Children's Literature Fest explains why it is important for children to read and how swiftly she got over 800 children to do so during the fest
How about a trash course? This group in Bengaluru wants schoolchildren to change city's attitude towards waste. Here's how
A group comprising people and organisations working in the field of waste management, released a five- chapter book called 'Thrashonomics' last year, to teach students value of waste management
Jxta-posing Jubliee Hills in Hyderabad is this cool new co-working space which comes with a gallery, a semi-open area and much more!
Head to Jxtapose in Jubliee Hills next time you are looking for a space of your own
Dilip Patel explains that Zentangle Method is so designed that if you follow through for a few minutes, the mind gets much-needed respite and one feels relaxed
Paper House's Writers’ Retreat promises one-on-one interaction with mentors and also offers a gorgeous view
Srivatsan Sankaran, the man behind Madras Photo Bloggers, will be taking you on a photo walk through Koyambedu Market. Ready?
Chennai photographer Srivatsan Sankaran, is organising a photo walk in Koyambedu Market on October 15. What do you stand to gain? Learning how to take awesome photos and some fruit!
He had a knife to his throat and a gun to his head. But that never stopped this former hostage from teaching the art of good communication across the globe
Dr George Kohlrieser has in his five decades as a hostage negotiator been taken hostage four times while on duty. His mantra: You gotta keep em talking and form a bond
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