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The Kumortuli Heritage Walk By Calcutta Heritage Collective

by Ipsita Ganguli

The skies over Kolkata have turned a distinct blue. The clouds are fleecy and white. A little away from the city near the paddy fields the "kash phool" (thistle like white grass flowers...

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Book Launch Of Father

by Piu Sur

Oxford Bookstore at Park Street, Kolkata, once more witnessed the launch of yet another very important book Father the biography of Rev. J.G. Stevens, OBE, and the founder of Udayan − a home for ...

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Shakti: The Inner Story

by Hemalatha Sridhar

‘Shakti, the Inner Story’, a photographic exhibition curated by our very own Dr. Tehnaz Dastoor, was beheld by eager and appreciative eyes on the 29th of September at ITC Sonar. ...

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MIR JAFAR

by Supriya Newar

Bratya Basu wears several hats. On Sunday, he wore his dramatist hat with aplomb as his ‘Mir Jafar’ debuted at GD Birla Sabhaghar in association with Sanskriti Sagar and Centre Stage Creations....

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Tawaif – Presented By Pt. Vijay Kichlu

by Supriya Newar

The recent flyover collapse has had collateral damage across the city. One such damage was that the performing artist for the evening, Smt. Rageshri Das got inordinately delayed and her rendition...

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‘The Escapists Of J Mullick Road’

by Hemalatha Sridhar

After the official launch of her book at the Tollygunge Club, another session on Usha Ananda Krishna’s ‘The Escapists of J Mullick Road’ took place at Oxford Bookstore. In conversatio...

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IRON

by Hemalatha Sridhar

A production of Rona Munro’s infamous psychological drama ‘Iron’ was staged at G.D. Birla Sabhagar on the 25th of August. The small cast comprised Shernaz Patel as Fay, Dilnaz Irani as Josie ...

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Calligraphy. The Art Of Writing

by Piu Sur

Writing is an art. A calligrapher uses a pen and ink to create art that leaves you mesmerized. We see them all the time in wedding invitations, logo design, graphic design, props, film and televisi...

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Capturing The Calm At A Japanese Tea Ceremony

by Rita Bhimani

The atmosphere at a Chanoyu –Japanese Tea Ceremony is one of calm, infused with tradition, and so it was at the Japanese Consul General, Masayuki Taga’s residence, when two Tea Masters from Jap...

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29th Cinema Nippon @ Nandan

by Piu Sur

Nandan has always been the cultural hub of Kolkata bringing the best of Cinema both commercial as well as global to Kolkata. This time it was the venue for the 29th Cinema Nippon at Nandan 2, held ...

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Princess Remembered At Rambagh Palace

by Ipsita Ganguli

Dear Maharani Gayatridevi, I visited your home the other day. Stayed over. A guest in what once used to be your home. Beautifully done over. Graciously maintained. ...

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Eddie Joseph – Magician Par Excellence

by Jael Silliman

The Eddie Joseph Ring is named after probably one of India’s most famous magicians. In 1951 the Governor of Bombay awarded him the title “Dean of Magic.” Eddie represented India at the Inte...

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