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The interpreter ofmaladies

One can learn as much about civilisation from a tongue scraper, as from the Taj Mahal, says Ratan Vaswani. The London-based curator makes this quip at the end of a long conversation about his latest project, the exhibition Tabiyat: Medicine and ... Yahoo! India, 3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

London diary

If you are a visitor to London, then Christmas is probably the worst time to go. On Christmas Eve, most restaurants are shut because the chefs and waiters prefer to be at home with their families. The shops are all closed. The streets are largely ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

Xmas 2.0 in Kolkata

The year my aunt came visiting from London, I realised there was no Santa Claus. I already suspected as much. Homes in Calcutta did not come with a chimney for Santa Claus to shimmy down and I did not think he came swinging in via the neem tree ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Personal connection: The many facets of artist Bhupen Khakhar

A great modern Indian artist, Bhupen Khakhar's (1934-2003) taste was for the popular and the bazaar. A career chartered accountant, barring the last 10 years of his life, Khakhar, a man of Bombay and Baroda, stayed clear of the academic and learnt ...
 Hindustan Times13 hours ago

From Russia with love: Bangladesh's nuclear program

I, too, share Nasrat C's fear that in the aftermath of Bangladesh's nuclear program: Instead of the Bangalis being famous for eating fish, the fish will be famous for eating Bangalis. Fukushima was, of course, a result of the general incompetence ...
 South Asia Monitor5 days ago

India's glorious beauty doesn't start and end with the Taj Mahal

The splendour of the Chota Imambara, which we unfortunately missed out on. — TODAY pic LUCKNOW, Jan 28 — She gingerly climbed the steps towards the Taj Mahal as younger, nimble-footed tourists skipped past her. And with every few steps, a pause.
 Malay Mail2 weeks ago

Till the trees grow inDehradun

In the room, this morning, the January sun is a generous presence. It streams in through the windows, and holds the few possessions in a warm embrace: a bed in the corner, a large table stacked with books, a chair, a few cupboards and a sturdy ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago

Plat(t)form 2016 & annual exhibition programme 2016

Fotomuseum Winterthur, Plat(t)form 2015. Photo: Philipp Ottendörfer. Plat(t)form 2016 Emerging artists and photographers present their portfolios January 2931, 2016 Fotomuseum Winterthur Grüzenstrasse 44 + 45 CH-8400 Winterthur ...
 E-flux3 weeks ago
DNA India

Tongue scraper as art: Exploring the plurality of India's health and healing traditions

A tongue-scraper is part of a new exhibition called Tabiyat: Medicine and Healing in India at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS). And no, it isn't some old, intricately carved piece made in some precious metal like gold ...
 DNA India3 weeks ago Exhibition on Medicine and Healing in India  Outlook Traveller1 month ago Picture of health  Livemint.com1 month ago

Exhibiting an incredible wellness of our being

1) Ratan Vaswani, Project Head, Medicine Corner, has helmed the three-month-long show 2) An 1825 watercolour of an Ayurvedic medical practitioner taking the pulse 3) Jnana Bagi (Game of Heaven & Hell), a Late 18th Century Snakes and Ladders A ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
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