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The Zen Sculptor
DNA India

The Zen Sculptor

I was inspired by the sculptures at Ellora and Mahabalipuram that I first encountered on a school trip when I was 14. The monumental scale and the sensitive carvings left a lasting impression. Thereafter, the 11th-12th century Chola bronzes at ... DNA India, 1 month ago

Sculpture is just a dig away at Silamkota

ALLADURG (MEDAK DISTRICT): A village steeped in history so much so that anyone digging the ground to lay the foundation or anything for that matter is bound to uncover either a complete sculpture or a part of it. Welcome to Silamkota village the ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

Why startups fail and how to build better ones

By Sreeraman Thiagarajan At the end of 14th century, Unicorn was a common theme in medieval and renaissance works of art and literature. The Hunt for the Unicorn a series of seven tapestries displays hunters and noblemen in pursuit of the ...
 Economic Times3 days ago
Abu Dhabi National

Legacy of india

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. ORIANA SEQUEIRA 2. India - some quick facts!   India is the largest democracy in the world and second most populous country of 1.25 bn people!   The country comprises of 29 states and 7 union ...
 SlideShare.net6 days ago Meet the father and son sculptors of India's controversial giant statues  Abu Dhabi National1 week ago

Why you can't walk in these ancient 'ruins'

(CNN)For over two decades Matthew Simmonds has been recreating history in miniature form. From ancient religious buildings to Chinese feng shui, Simmonds finds inspiration through his extensive study of varying cultures and periods. And it's his ...
 CNN1 week ago Why you can't walk in here  CNN1 week ago

Mythology in a new context

The iSculpt exhibition which recently concluded at the India International Centre was different from the usual ones. Instead of displaying art pieces in a traditional setting the event was held in an outdoor natural setting. In such a surrounding ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Did you know that India was home to fierce reptiles & fantastic dinosaurs?

It took Pranay Lal 22 years of research and four years of writing to tell the five-billion-year-old story of the Indian subcontinent or as he calls it - Indica. It was Lals deep love for nature that the magnanimity of the project did not unnerve him and he ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago

Sumedha Raikar-Mhatre: Meet the excavator of wit

After editing copy on current affairs and financial trends across newspapers for over 30 years, Shubha Khandekar, in 2012, enrolled herself into a certificate course in archaeology at the Centre for Extra-Mural Studies at the Kalina campus of the ...
 Mid Day1 month ago

Visiting Sites of Spiritual Significance Via a Cruise Ship Makes for an Ethereal Experience

Though spiritual philosophies may differ, most share a common thread; the belief that some locations on Earth hold a spiritual power. The faithful make pilgrimages to these sacred places for healing, guidance, or divine inspiration, and their ...
 Broadway World1 month ago

Buddhist architecture

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. Buddhist Architecture Prof.AbhijeetB. Shinde, Pravara Rural College of Architecture,Loni 2. BUDDHIST ARCHITECTURE Prof.AbhijeetB. Shinde,PravaraRuralCollege ofArchitecture,Loni From A History of Indian ...
 SlideShare.net1 month ago
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