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In the corridors of dreams
No hard feelings, but to each his own
Meet violinist Asghar Husain, a musician who decided to carve his solo identity against all odds.
A remarkable man of letters
Emotionally loaded symbols, double awareness, solitude let's take a walk into the lonely world of Nirmal Verma.
A soulful something
Two young artistes were technically impeccable, but then...
Making sure the twain do meet
It has been an action-packed few days for those who love music and movement
"Jaat Hi Poochho Sadhu Ki" was back on boards in the Capital the other day.
In sync with the sacred feminine
Amrita Pritam is no more. An admirer remembers the effect of her words as portrayed in the film "Pinjar".
A thousand names for joy
The Sri Vishnu Sahasranama Satsangam of Noida marked its 10th anniversary with a musical ensemble that combined devotion with virtuosity.
Images of life and human bond
Two women artists display a celebration of life through their works.
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