Tags : Delhi

I seek to make the familiar extraordinary: Damyanti Biswas

Saurabh Tankha She has been a designer, a manager, an editor, and now, she is an author. Damyanti Biswas, who recently introduced her debut novel, a crime fiction, You Beneath Your Skin (Simon &Schuster; Rs 399), credits her husband for holding her hand on each step of the writing journey, and that he’s the reason […]Read More

There is a Lahore residing in Delhi: Haroon Khalid

Rajkumari Sharma Tankha It has been a decade that anthropologist-travel writer-freelance journalist Haroon Khalid has been travelling extensively around Pakistan to document the country’s cultural and historical heritage. Author of three published books, A White Trail: A Journey into the Heart of Pakistan’s Religious Minorities, In Search of Shiva: A Study of Folk Religious Practices […]Read More

Value your nation, people!

Rajkumari Sharma Tankha It was around 10.30 am yesterday when I reached the Botanic Garden Metro station, Sector 37, Noida. I was on way to my mom’s home in Delhi to participate in a family puja. As I alighted the steps and entered the check-in area, I noticed a long queue at one of the […]Read More

Art allows me to rediscover myself

Rajkumari Sharma Tankha For artist Neeti Aggarwal, painting, besides being a passion since childhood, is akin to meditation. The Hardwar-born artist, who recently did a show of her works in the Convention Foyer of India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, says art allows her to rediscover herself “and creating art gives me immense personal gratification. I […]Read More

Taj Mahal, Ghats of Benares to move to Delhi!

Team L&M The next time you have guests over who want to visit the Taj Mahal on the day you have an important business meeting which you cannot postpone, the solution is not too far. All you would then need to do is get a cab and bundle them to the Taj, not the one […]Read More