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  • Unsung heroes taking Chhattisgarh culture globally

    Unsung heroes taking Chhattisgarh culture globally

    Singing sensation Nitin Dubey is one among several lesser known artists today who have taken the Chhattisgarh culture from Norway in northern Hemisphere to Australia in southern end of this planet.

    January 12, 2023
  • Panel on protection of employment, land, culture of Ladakh

    Panel on protection of employment, land, culture of Ladakh

    The committee headed by Minister of State for Home Affair Nityanand Rai will discuss the protections to culture and language considering the geographical location and strategic importance of Ladakh.

    January 3, 2023
  • Vaidehi-Sita Beyond the Body

    Vaidehi-Sita Beyond the Body

    An exhibition titled “Vaidehi-Sita Beyond the Body” provided a platform to present and discuss alternative interpretations of traditional narratives, especially in traditional painting styles amongst artists, scholars and writers alike. The Sita in the paintings at the exhibition is far removed from the quintessential depictions of a dutiful wife and mother, but a woman who made choices, acted willfully and lived by her principles.

    October 23, 2022
  • Durga Puja, the festival of Bengal that beats all festivities

    Durga Puja, the festival of Bengal that beats all festivities

    Now, a tourist can visit the city and witness a part of Durga Puja at any time of the year.

    October 2, 2022
  • Indian Foreign Service officer trainees call on President Droupadi Murmu

    Indian Foreign Service officer trainees call on President Droupadi Murmu

    A group of officer trainees of the Indian Foreign Service (2021 batch) called on the President of India, Droupadi Murmu, at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Thursday.

    September 29, 2022
  • Cultural Revival Under PM Modi

    Cultural Revival Under PM Modi

    no concrete steps were being taken to bring back stolen Indian heritage that was being showcased around the world; often displayed as proud colonial conquests. 

    September 16, 2022
  • Easier to build a strong child than to repair broken man

    Easier to build a strong child than to repair broken man

    In order to help children transition into adulthood as informed, self-assured, welcoming, and inclusive citizens, BGSM believes in laying a strong foundation of acceptance and belonging by encouraging and involving our kids in cultural celebrations as well as accepting the diverse social network.

    September 13, 2022
  • Dancers must embrace culture of inclusivity

    Dancers must embrace culture of inclusivity

    The artist started dancing at the age of five and has spent the last 55 years teaching and performing classical dance on various stages worldwide.

    June 29, 2022
  • The Sufi saint who promoted cultural blend of Shaivism and Islam

    The Sufi saint who promoted cultural blend of Shaivism and Islam

    Sufi saints of Kashmir who promoted a cultural blend of Shaivism and Islam, which teaches tolerance, coexistence and brotherhood among communities.

    March 30, 2022
  • Nuns playing vital role in preserving Ladakhi culture

    Nuns playing vital role in preserving Ladakhi culture

    Ladakh Academy of Art, Culture, and Languages (LAACL), Leh, in collaboration with Ladakh Nuns Association, conducted Ladakh Nuns Conference to highlight the contribution of nuns towards the preservation of Ladakhi culture.

    March 27, 2022
  • CITY vs VILLAGE: Shift of Culture

    CITY vs VILLAGE: Shift of Culture

    However, now in the recent era, this seems to be shifting towards the village. Now all these are happening with the village people.

    March 18, 2022
  • ‘World has started recognising Indian traditions, rituals and studies post pandemic’

    ‘World has started recognising Indian traditions, rituals and studies post pandemic’

    At a time when there is a big debate going on in the US with people divided between vaccinated and unvaccinated people, communities can be seen practising Yoga and following Ayurveda. Among small segments, the approach is to heal holistically.

    March 14, 2022
  • International Tribal Film Festival is all set to begin to in Arunachal Pradesh

    International Tribal Film Festival is all set to begin to in Arunachal Pradesh

    "We achieve yet another milestone by bringing our theatres to the beautiful and remote valley of Dirang, Arunachal Pradesh. And with this, our journey of taking films to the doorstep of the India's interiors continues."

    March 4, 2022
  • Three Indian dance forms to keep you fit

    Three Indian dance forms to keep you fit

    Gone are the days when classical dancing was something your family forced on you as a kid. Today, more and more people are turning to it even as adults, to learn a new skill and tune-up parts of the body most modern routines wouldn't touch.

    February 23, 2022
  • Culture Ministry to hold two days event to mark International Mother Language Day

    Culture Ministry to hold two days event to mark International Mother Language Day

    The two-day programme is being held in collaboration with Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts IGNCA and UNESCO New Delhi Cluster Office in physical and virtual format.

    February 20, 2022
  • Light up your house this Pongal with these decoration ideas

    Light up your house this Pongal with these decoration ideas

    The main attraction of the Pongal festival is the kitchen or the front yard/backyard. The pot is decorated and all the decorations surround this Pongal pot. Many kolam designs are made around the pot and the cooking fire.

    January 13, 2022
  • 10 Bihari foods that will bowl you over

    10 Bihari foods that will bowl you over

    Khajuria is the most commonly prepared snack of Bihari food. The mixture of wheat flour and jaggery is deep-fried and lo! This lip-smacking snack is ready to fulfill those hunger attacks! One can also use rice flour instead of wheat flour and sugar instead of jaggery to make different varieties.

    January 12, 2022