Walk back to the past: Take a tour of the Harappan civilisation in a Delhi museum | Hindustan Times

A painted burial jar on display at the Harappan Civilisation Gallery at the National Museum, Delhi. Abha Gomes, a 12-year-old history enthusiast and museum buff, was aghast. “She is so small. I thought she would at least be bigger than the photo in my history book,” Abha said, as she looked intently at an over 4,000-year-old small bronze statue More...

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Documenting traditional art forms | the Hindu

The ancient art forms owned and practiced by select communities and dependent castes that were the only source of entertainment and enlightenment for the general public are on the wane. As part of the ongoing efforts More...

By hinduismnow On Monday, March 20th, 2017
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Haryana Sahitya Sangam a landmark in state’s history: Governor Solanki | The Indian Express

Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki today hailed the first ever three-day Haryana Sahitya Sangam as a “landmark in the history of the state” and said it will take literature of the state to newer high. Just like Prime More...

By hinduismnow On Friday, March 17th, 2017
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Revival of a glorious tradition of Nati Dance | The Hindu

HYDERABAD: After the Vilasini Natyam of Andhra-Telengana region and the Mahari dance of Odisha, it’s the turn of Assam’s near-extinct Deogharar Nati dance – all belonging to the outlawed devdasi dance tradition More...

By hinduismnow On Friday, March 17th, 2017
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Assam’s Devadasi dance experiences a slow revival | Business Standard

In a small town called Pathsala, about 60 km from this principal town of Assam, a mission has been underway for more than half a century. The task at hand is not easy — revival of the Nati dance of India’s More...

By hinduismnow On Thursday, March 16th, 2017
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‘Sur Ganga’ to showcase city’s musical heritage of Varanasi

Varanasi: A carnival of music, ‘Sur Ganga’, will be held in the city from April 18 to May 30 to celebrate Varanasi’s ‘City of Music’ heritage. The function will be organised by the More...

By hinduismnow On Thursday, March 16th, 2017
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The Superb Painting of Golden Temple by a Scottish Artist

A citizen of Scotland who is an artist by profession has painted an image of Golden Temple and it worth a look. The painting is going viral over the internet for all the right reasons. There are hundreds and thousands More...

By hinduismnow On Tuesday, March 14th, 2017
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Odisha artist creates Radha Krishna sand sculpture for Holi

On the eve of Holi, sand artist Manas Sahoo has created a sand sculpture of Lord Radhakrishna playing Holi, depicting the essence of the festival on the golden sea beach. This sand sculpture is symbolic of the grace More...

By hinduismnow On Tuesday, March 14th, 2017
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Lord Krishna’s tales come alive on canvas and saris

CHENNAI: The modestly decorated stall was difficult to find among the vibrant ones at the Santhe exhibition which concluded at Kalakshetra on February 19, but those who did find were spellbound by the opulence of More...

By hinduismnow On Friday, March 10th, 2017
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Thirumaalin Peyargal 1,000 being performed in the Bharatanatyam format | The Hindu

Titled ‘Thirumaalin Peyargal 1,000,’ it is the Tamil translation of Sri Vishnu Sahasranamam and is being performed in the Bharatanatyam format, uner the auspices of Jayadhaarini Trust. The live recording of More...