Sue Williamson’s ‘One Hundred and Nineteen Deeds of Sale’ at Aspinwall House. All photos courtesy: Kochi Biennale Foundation.

Art In The Fort

Fort Kochi has emerged as an important destination for lovers of art and culture. A visit to the Kochi–Muziris Biennale can be a prized experience
True Stories

The Student Saviour

An Indian escapes an arsonist mob in Nigeria – quite by miracle.

Voices & Views

4 Literary Detectives You Must Check Out

These detectives can boast of being worthy successors to Holmes and Poirot.

Art of Living

7 Reasons Why You Should Have Green Tea

Green tea is the perfect brew - an indulgence you'll never regret

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Books and Culture

Becoming An Obama

Former First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama vividly recalls her struggles in the early years of her marriage

Health & Wellness

How to Start Meditating

With the ever-shrinking attention span of humans, this may be just what the doctor ordered (or didn't)

My First Job
Voices & Views

Ayaan Ali Bangash Recounts his Time as a Judge on the Hit TV Show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa

The seventh generation in a family of classical musicians, the scion of the Senia Bangash Gharana had to unlearn years of training for Bollywood

Humour

Progress is Subjective

"Here's my report card and here's my personal disclaimer."

Books and Culture

Himanjali Sankar's Favourite Books

Himanjali grew up in Kolkata and has worked extensively in publishing. She is currently the editorial director of Simon & Schuster India. Her most recent work is Mrs C Remembers.

Rana Safvi Brings Alive Stories Of Love, Loss and Betrayal From Within The Red Fort
Features

Rana Safvi Brings Alive Stories Of Love, Loss and Betrayal From Within The Red Fort

The monument today is the crumbling remains of an imperious Mughal paradise waiting to be conserved

7 Common Habits that Prove Women are Trained to Delete Themselves
Books and Culture

7 Common Habits that Prove Women are Trained to Delete Themselves

"Silence is a betrayal of goodness and decency. End it now."

Photo of Lasting Interest: The Fearless Sushila Sundari
Features

Photo of Lasting Interest: The Fearless Sushila Sundari

At the dawn of the 20th century when women were confined to their homes and zenana chambers, and generally crushed by patriarchy, there were those who rose up to challenge gendered norms. Sushila Sundari was one of them.  

The Classic Issue - Stories of Everlasting Interest
Voices & Views

The Classic Issue - Stories of Everlasting Interest

Like last year, this March too, we dip into the Reader's Digest treasure trove and bring you the Classic Issue with stories of lasting interest.

Personal Glimpses
Features

Personal Glimpses

Behind-the-scenes of the lives of the famous