Through Mumbai Monochrome, a collection of photographs that capture the cityscape in all its moods, Kelkar places dead centre the people who have made this much talked about city an energetic, complex and multicultural metropolis simply by way of their quotidian lives and occupations.
'Classical art is like a river that constantly rejuvenates': Aditi Mangaldas takes the stage with her celebrated production, Footprints on Water
Known for producing works that explore multiple abstract ideas, Mangaldas has always been on a quest to weave a tapestry of thoughts, ideas, textures, music, light, sound and stage that best bring about a seemingly vague concept
In Paper Asylum, Rochelle Potkar combines her love for the Japanese form of haibun (part-prose, part-haiku) with social commentary
Tinder India collaborates with UK based HaikuJam to engage users in creating collaborative haiku for International Haiku Poetry day on 17th April