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Melakarta raga: A term found in Carnatic music, Melakarta literally means the `maker' or creator of a raga. (Mela is a Sanskrit term for raga.) The Melakarta raga scheme, created by Venkatamakhi in the 16th Century, is a scientific ...
Wearing your attitude
SAB brings a whole new band of entertainment targeting the youth
Informal, in form
Ardhendu Sekhar Bandyopadhyay recently gave a mellifluous vocal concert that reflected his intense training.
Veena... where the gods reside
The recent Veena Festival saw a host of talent, proving that the veena represents all gods.
A dancer, a singer and some poets came together for impromptu creativity. Elsewhere, the Republic of Azerbaijan showcased enticing cultural facets.
The play's the thing
A trilogy of plays highlighted the potential of dramatic art for bringing change.
When Big B just speaks `Hinglish'...
In the scorching heat of Delhi, "Big-B" came as more than a welcome breeze.
Colours of life
Dheeraj Paul's photographs go beyond the predictable.
Between life and death, Satyajit Ray left an indelible imprint.
Songsters on song
Kolkata musicians were recognised for their services.
A coffee-table book on Bikash Bhattacharjee hits the stands.
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