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Friday, February 03, 2006
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Before the curtain calls...
Lines of progress
Straight lines turn revolutionary as they make their foray into art. And now a book, "Journey of the Straight Lines" puts together little known nuggets from the life and works of S.K. Sahni.
The heart of an Indian
The so-called rivalry between the sarangi and the harmonium is resolved in Mehmood Dhaulpuri. In the ongoing series on accompanists, meet the harmonium exponent who has been conferred the Padma Shri.
A recital sans planning
Talent has to be combined with planning and presentation to bear fruit.
The prescribed notes!
Every raga has its own melodic atmosphere, which affects our well being.
From interpretations of Mother India to a fine personal statement, the week had everything.
Too many streams to this stream
Despite drawbacks, Kala Darpan's recent presentation of "Pandera" was engaging.
A woman for women
Recently, Suruchi Gupta came up with her second solo exhibition, Maati at the India Habitat Centre. Her work depicts a desire to break free from bondage. Says Gupta, "It is a reflection of releasing from self-imposed restrictions. I have tried ...
Speaking of the salt of life
Anant Art Gallery recently presented Salt of the Earth, an exhibition of sculptures and vessels by sculptor Latika Katt. A gold medalist in art from Banaras Hindu University, she has been presenting solo exhibitions since 1975 at various ...
Stories from the sands
The Jaipur audience had a glimpse of some of Rajasthan's traditional theatre forms.
SaharaOne is all set to launch its movie channel, Filmy, this February. The channel's Business Head Ashutosh gives the details.
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