Ashish Mohan Khokar
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The writer is a reputed culture critic, dance historian and publishes AttenDance.

ART & CULTURE

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Why India's dance forms are the best celebration of its beauty and diversity

This Independence Day saw the 13th edition of ‘Saare Jahan Se Accha’, the dance festival organised by the great Odissi dancer Ranjana Gauhar.

ART & CULTURE

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How Delhi's NGMA is taking art to the masses

The National Gallery of Modern Art stands revived, refurbished and renovated.

VARIETY

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The magic of Sridevi's dance

Grace, rhythm, and expressiveness were her natural attributes.

ART & CULTURE

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ART & CULTURE

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Remembering 'Mapu' Martand Singh: My mentor, India's textile revival hero

From INTACH to inspiring designers and promoting weavers, his genius was unparalleled.

VARIETY

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On the death of a favourite teacher, the importance of being earnest

We were lucky to have met Mr Negi. I still don't know his full name.

ART & CULTURE

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POLITICS

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India does sadly nothing for its youth

500 million young people can do wonders for the country, provided the country can do something to mould their energy.

ART & CULTURE

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ART & CULTURE

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Tribute to Kalanidhi Narayan, the grand old lady of bharatnatyam

The noted dancer, a Padma Bhushan awardee, passed away in Chennai on February 21.