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Coloured tunes

Art lovers can head over as Triveni Kala Sangam hosts the solo show Can I Hear by Seema Pandey. The show that commenced on May 27 consists of a bunch of highly expressive as well as impressive painting. The exhibition was inaugurated by Shubhra ... Millennium Post, 18 hours ago
Millennium Post

Delhi Literature Festival begins today

The three-day festival that will be held at Triveni Kala Sangam, Tansen Marg, would also pay special tribute to noted author Khushwant Singh and cartoonist R K Laxman. Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani will inaugurate the festival that will showcase a vibrant ...
 Jagran Post2 weeks ago Celebration of letters  The Hindu1 week ago Literature & much more  Millennium Post2 weeks ago Delhi Literature Festival begins on …  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago

Guns and easel

An Osho follower was looking at an abstract painting even as tears kept rolling down his cheeks. When asked the reason, he said I have been meditating for decades. I am directed to look for a peak point where I find God. I feel his presence here. He ...
 The Hindu5 days ago

Malaysian's long road to Odissi

WHILE many of the school dropouts from his neighbourhood ended up in crime and drugs, S Thulsinathan, 39, of Pandaraman Klang persevered to become a classical dancer. He also lives to tell that it is never too late to pursue one's dreams. As he ...
 Brunei Times2 weeks ago
Vogue India

Culture fix: Your guide to a Vogue weekend

Summer's here and that can only mean one thing: long afternoons spent lazying around the house, sipping iced tea and flipping channels on the TV. Vogue 's weekend cultural calendar comprising the best of music, art, photography, food and fashion ...
 Vogue India2 weeks ago
Millennium Post

Sculpting her journey

Her work is semi-realistic which portray human emotions and feelings like unconditional love, happiness, which basically emanates from her imagination. Her sculptures are inspired by people around her. Sculpture is her medium to transfer a message.
 Millennium Post3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

'Delhi is an inspiration for artists' creativity'

The art scene in Delhi is very exciting and ever-evolving. The city over the years has become an important centre for art activity. It has had a very rich cultural past, and has grown from a city of history to a capital of modernity. The spread of ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago Taking art forward  The Hindu1 month ago

Breathing life into marble and stones

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Works by National Award winning sculptor Gyan Singh are on display at the courtyard of Triveni Kala Sangam in New Delhi till April 19. These days, the courtyard at the Triveni Kala Sangam is dotted with ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

The world needs a Kabir

During rehearsal, an arts organisation that is presenting the show, Raina is surrounded by young actors who are trying to get their dohas in rhythm. Saints have preached of love and tolerance, but rarely is a mystic seen as a protestor. In his ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago
Millennium Post

Sculpting thoughts

This exhibition exhibits various form of sculpture such as imagination, leaf composition, Ganesh, melting form, emerging form, Akshay-Bateshwar, head series, bird bath etc by Gyan Singh. On the other side the rhythmic, architectural and many other ...
 Millennium Post4 weeks ago
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