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Satyajit Ray's film: Mahanagar

Ray's film portraying a young housewife who decides to work is being screened at PVR Koramangala in Bangalore this weekend.


Horn Please is a fascinating project by Divya Jain and team of photographers on truck drivers in India. They've published a coffee table book of beautiful photographs taken on the road...following the truck drivers. Read more about Divya Jain's ideas here: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-features/tp-metroplus/a-tribute-...

Horn Please website:http://www.hornpleaseindia.com

India-born poet Vijay Seshadri wins 2014 Pulitzer Prize!

India-born poet Vijay Seshadri has won the prestigious 2014 Pulitzer Prize in the poetry category for his collection of poems "3 Sections.".


R.I.P Archie Andrews!

As a kid and even as a young adult, a stack of Archie comics, was my idea of good times.
Nothing lasts forever ... not even Archie Andrews:-)

Last Man in Tower - a book review

Last Man in Tower is another masterpiece on modern India from the Booker Prize winning author Aravind Adiga. The tremendous growth in India has lead to deep inequities and anger and Adiga capitalizes on that for his stories. This one is set in Mumbai and is defined by greed and the heartbreaking clash of values. But at the end of it all, it is just a tale about basic human nature with all its complexities and hypocrisies.

Degree Coffee by the Yard - Book Review

My foray into reading non-fiction began with City of Djinns by William Dalrymple. I loved the book, its narrative, what he chose to include and what he chose leave out, his entire journey of discovery of this city. With the lens of an outsider he managed to get under its skin and show me a Delhi that I actually fell in love with. It felt like this surprise gift that he unwrapped layer by layer till I discovered the core of it.  

Evolution of Bollywood Music - Penn Masala

Evolution of Bollywood Music

A briiliant rendition by Penn Masala, taking us through 65 years of Bollywood Music!

The Mahabharat - In 36 Tweets!

Epic tweets, no pun intended: Mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik re-tells the Mahabharata in 36 tweets.