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Historical Fiction as Storytelling

By Vishnu Makhijani As one walks through the ruins of Nalanda, every stone speaks of a bygone era that asks to be kept alive in our collective consciousness, says the multi-faceted Shivani Singh of her captivating historical thriller that…

Art Goes Online

By IANSlife Features To meet art lovers ever-growing appetite for quality works by emerging and established artists, Christie's 20th & 21st Century Art Department presents for the first time, an online-only auction dedicated to this…

Yoga and Healthy Living

By Radhika IyerTalati Indic traditions emphasise that good mental and physical health is directly connected to three prime activities-- what we eat, how we breathe and the way we think. These help us to understand the deep connection…

Puppet Theatre and Covid-19

By Sujit Chakraborty The Tripura Puppet Theatre (TPT) group, which has performed in many countries and in states in India, is educating people about Covid-19 through the traditional "PutulNach" (puppet dance), garnering people’s attention…

The Call for Renewable Energy

By Siddhi Jain When one finds Covid-19 has spread to the Earth's highest mountain, the need to look at sustainable living and promoting the use of clean, renewable sources of energy, becomes crucial. This is what 24-year-old, mountaineer…

Career options in Gastronomy

By Ranjan K Baruah The recent pandemic and lock down has taught us many things. We have learned that we may live without luxury but cannot live without food. When it comes to a career related to food there are many options but we are…

‘The Milkha I knew’

By Ateet Sharma Long before Sunny Deol's blockbuster Gadar was released, the gory scenes of Partition riots had played before my eyes — especially the massacre that happened on trains arriving from Pakistan — through the words of Milkha…

Granny to the rescue

By Siddhi Jain The pandemic has left a lasting impact on lifestyles across the country, including a reconnection with the Ayurvedic way of life. According to Swati Sutaria Vakharia, an entrepreneur who aims to bring back age-old ayurvedic…

Doing it right

By Neerja Birla Am I doing It right? This is a question that many parents are asking themselves in the new environment of lockdowns and quarantines. Long before the pandemic, words like 'stress, worry, guilt, fear' have been part of the…

Circle of concern and control

Maintaining one's own equilibrium, is usually a challenge, even for the lionhearted amongst us. In these times of great fear about health, the health of loved ones and that of the world in general, Pragati Sureka Clinical Psychologist…