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Bombay gharana is alive and well, says Sandeep Bamzai
India Today

Bombay gharana is alive and well, says Sandeep Bamzai

Ajinkya Rahane. The Bombay School of batsmanship was a function of maidan cricket.With the gene pool constricted and restricted, Bombay which metamorphosed into Mumbai also lost its mojo in cricket. The cornerstone of the Bombay school was ... India Today, 1 day ago
Times of India

Art is Anything But Elitist: Nadar

Kiran Nadar, founder of India's only private art museum, says that she wants the common man to go to museums regularly All the things you think of when you hear the words 'art' and 'museum' together in the same sentence, are absent when you visit ...
 Indiatimes1 month ago Art is anything but elitist, says Kiran Nadar  Times of India1 month ago

Bank of Baroda Recruitment 2014 for 300 Bank P.O: Apply Online

Bank of Baroda has published the notification for the post of Probationary Officer in various branch of the bank. Bank is looking for young, qualified, mobile and active minds who can be imparted with the necessary knowledge and skills required to ...
 News Track India3 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Stress is on provenance

Christie's is holding an auction of Indian art on December 11 in Mumbai, and a representative of the auction house came calling after a couple of years. In 1994, and thereafter, when Christie's started operations in India, their representatives, one ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Coriander art in hill hamlet

The lush green fields of Rampuria forest village, about 25km from Darjeeling turned into a natural canvass earlier this month as villagers came together to express their creativity through farming. Wangdi Sherpa, a 33-year-old artist from Rampuria ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago

The narrator

Gulam Mohammad Sheikh, who was recently awarded the Padma Bhushan, believes that the process of making art is so complex that no language can define it, writes Giridhar Khasnis. In a long and illustrious career, well-known painter, poet and educator ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

The soul of modern India

by Gwen Herat Art connoisseurs believe that Raja Ravi Varma is the most celebrated painter of modern India. He was born in 1848 and died in 1906. He dazzled the art world long enough to trap in his modern outlook while retaing the very essence ...
 Sunday Observer3 weeks ago
New Vision

He built a Sh4b school from 10m house

Peter Mutebi is the director of Train Up a Child Nursery and Primary School, a high-end local school catering for Kampala's well-heeled inhabitants. With a population of about 1,200 pupils, this sh4b school, located in Kampala's upscale Bugolobi ...
 New Vision1 month ago

Map your future

Map your future Wednesday, 23 July 2014 | SRIYA REDDY For those who love Geography and want to pursue a career in this field, working as a cartographer is an ideal choice. With an advent of digital and visual format, mapping is the next big ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago

Struggles find expression on Jayakumar's canvas

BANGALORE: Growing up, contemporary artist Jayakumar G was always fascinated by the world around him. His father was a social worker and mother, a house nurse. So Jayakumar always came in contact with people from different strata of the society. He ...
 New Indian Express3 days ago
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