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#TheWeekThatWas | Weed in Indian Culture
India

#TheWeekThatWas | Weed in Indian Culture

With actor Rhea Chakraborty's arrest over 'procuring' weed for late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, the conversation has been hyped by overzealous media houses in a quest for skyrocketing TRPs.

Gunjan Veda on her book The Museum of Broken Tea Cups, and why Dalit artists' contributions to culture go unrecognised
Arts & Culture

Gunjan Veda on her book The Museum of Broken Tea Cups, and why Dalit artists' contributions to culture go unrecognised

You cannot invisibilise someone if you recognise their contribution. And as a society, we have always sought to invisibilise Dalits, says author Gunjan Veda

Citing financial constraints, Sameera Iyengar and Sanjna Kapoor's Junoon announces closure after eight years
Life

Citing financial constraints, Sameera Iyengar and Sanjna Kapoor's Junoon announces closure after eight years

Arts and culture organisation Junoon announced on Tuesday that over the next few months, it would be closing down.

Indian way of conflict avoidance is by dialogue, not by brute force, says Narendra Modi in video message at IIM-Kozhikode seminar
India

Indian way of conflict avoidance is by dialogue, not by brute force, says Narendra Modi in video message at IIM-Kozhikode seminar

In a world that is seeking to break free from mindless hate, violence, conflict and terrorism, the Indian way of life offers a ray of hope, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday

Climate emergency: India says it can only aspire to implement already promised climate actions
India

Climate emergency: India says it can only aspire to implement already promised climate actions

UN chief has asked world leader to make concrete plans intensify actions as emission around the world continue to rise.

What ails the arts in India? Former Culture Secretary Jawhar Sircar points to an absence of historical temper
Life

What ails the arts in India? Former Culture Secretary Jawhar Sircar points to an absence of historical temper

For the lecture 'What ails the arts in India?' the overarching ‘ailment’ former Culture Secretary Jawhar Sircar laid out is the absence of historical temper in India.

Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! completes 25 years: How Sooraj Barjatya made Indian culture fashionable
Entertainment

Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! completes 25 years: How Sooraj Barjatya made Indian culture fashionable

Hum Aapke Hain Koun...! worked wonders as the ideal escapist film that both generations needed at a time when the country was going through a turmoil at a macro level.

The Girl with ‘Bright Thighs’
India

The Girl with ‘Bright Thighs’

Erotic Love Poems from India amply demonstrate that Sanskrit literature is not retrograde or reactionary, and is equally the language of the play and dalliance of love

Animal cruelty not inherent part of Indian culture; hundreds of local deities proof of survival in harmony
India

Animal cruelty not inherent part of Indian culture; hundreds of local deities proof of survival in harmony

Till a few decades ago, inspite of the culture of animal sacrifice and ritual hunts by tribals, it was, by and large, a peaceful country where people lived in harmony with animals and respected their lives.

At Prayagraj Kumbh Mela, sadhus urge Modi govt to destroy Pakistan's nukes, end caste-based reservation
India

At Prayagraj Kumbh Mela, sadhus urge Modi govt to destroy Pakistan's nukes, end caste-based reservation

Sadhus gathered in Prayagraj for the Kumbh Mela 2019 have urged the Narendra Modi government to take decisive steps to remove caste-based reservation as it is spreading hatred in the society while stressing on the need to destroy nuclear weapons of Pakistan for peace in the region

Despite similar histories, India lags behind Japan, South Korea in growth due to idea of nationalism focussing on religious minorities
India

Despite similar histories, India lags behind Japan, South Korea in growth due to idea of nationalism focussing on religious minorities

How much of India's nationalism is focused on refining our culture? To answer that, ask yourself how often our nationalist party talks about Indian music, literature, architecture and art, and what is done to use it to improve our lives.

Artist Saner bridges Mexican and Indian culture in his mural for St+art's Lodhi Art District
Life

Artist Saner bridges Mexican and Indian culture in his mural for St+art's Lodhi Art District

Saner's mural for St+art depicts two people wearing masks — a tiger mask to denote India's culture, and a jaguar mask, representing Mexican culture

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat claims only Indian civilisation survived onslaught of invaders, country still has Hindu majority
India

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat claims only Indian civilisation survived onslaught of invaders, country still has Hindu majority

Bhagwat was speaking at an event to launch a book on the life of former Congress president and founder of Banaras Hindu University (BHU) Madan Mohan Malviya.

Amit Shah says nothing wrong with adopting the good in the West, but education bereft of Indian culture holds no significance
India

Amit Shah says nothing wrong with adopting the good in the West, but education bereft of Indian culture holds no significance

Amit Shah stressed on the need for a more inclusive education system while insisting that the Indian education system should not only focus on management, technology or finance alone but also work towards turning a person into a good human being.

125th anniversary of Swami Vivekananda's Chicago address: Narendra Modi says external enemies take advantage of divided society
India

125th anniversary of Swami Vivekananda's Chicago address: Narendra Modi says external enemies take advantage of divided society

Speaking about the significance of self-confidence that Swami Vivekananda generated among Indian people, Narendra Modi said that today when India launched 100 satellites in one go, when the world discusses Manglayaan and Gaganyaan then it increases the self-confidence of the country

Kathak's conundrum: Amid appreciation for outward dazzle, is genuine artistry in danger of being overlooked?
Life

Kathak's conundrum: Amid appreciation for outward dazzle, is genuine artistry in danger of being overlooked?

In today’s world of many distractions and fast-track achievements, a disciplined, patient learning of the art form such as Kathak becomes rare

Jamil Urfi on Biswin Sadi Memoirs, the status of Urdu today and growing up in a different India
Life

Jamil Urfi on Biswin Sadi Memoirs, the status of Urdu today and growing up in a different India

In his memoir, Jamil Urfi reflects on the changing nature of Indian society and the status of Urdu

Sari story: Satyam Shivam Sundaram to Mr India, how the nine yards reflected Bollywood's favourite tropes
Life

Sari story: Satyam Shivam Sundaram to Mr India, how the nine yards reflected Bollywood's favourite tropes

From the quintessential mother played by Nirupa Roy to the sensuous yet virginal Zeenat Aman in Satyam Shivam Sundaram, the sari has come to represent several attributes, from modesty to mischief | #FirstCulture

Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu says Hinduism not a religious concept, but 'cultural identity' of India
India

Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu says Hinduism not a religious concept, but 'cultural identity' of India

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Saturday said Hinduism is not a religious concept but the "broader cultural identity" of the nation.

Taj Mahal fails to feature in UP tourism booklet, critics say move shows Adityanath govt's stand on Indian culture
India

Taj Mahal fails to feature in UP tourism booklet, critics say move shows Adityanath govt's stand on Indian culture

Taj Mahal, one of the 'Seven Wonders of the World' and UNESCO World Heritage site fails to feature in Uttar Pradesh's recent tourism booklet namely 'Uttar Pradesh Paryatan-Apaar Sambhavnayen' .