This special issue on grief will lend you different perspectives of how we deal with it
Saying goodbye to loved ones lost to the second wave of the pandemic with letters
The timbre of a laugh, the angle of slippers outside a bathroom door, the spectacles by the bedside — honouring grief is also about remembering life in its luminous personhood
Direct and truthful communication can make death less traumatic for children
The pandemic has altered our notion of time, our sense of community. Amid so much unresolved grief, how do we find our way into the world again? In this special issue, we look at how this profound anguish is transforming our present and reshaping our future. First up, a meditation on the seismic change
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It is therapeutic to watch the Gabriel Byrne-Irrfan Khan-starrer series, which deals with the subject of therapy accurately
Souvenirs and mementos exchanged between world leaders are remembrances of ancient ties, kinship and mutual trust
This game of passing the puke is played by the hive bees until the nectar is good enough.
When this long season of suffering and darkness draws to a close, how would it have impacted the arts? Writers, poets, musicians, artists, thespians, filmmakers and architects reflect upon the effect of the pandemic on their work
Often, not losing the personal touch is a quality that money cannot buy nor school can teach
From a petitioner to an advisor, naturalist Pradip Krishen on the Central Vista Redevelopment Project and the need to marry heritage with pragmatism
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DAG's “New Found Lands: The 22 bet no depositn Landscape from Empire to Freedom 1780-1980” examines the evolution from the colonial gaze and Western imitations to 'free' landscapes
In rural 22 bet no deposit, beyond the lack of oxygen beds and life-saving drugs, doctors and nurses have had to battle fear, misinformation and despair
The romcom-buddy film, which turned 40 this year, provides a comprehensive Dilli darshan, of what the city used to look like
Not only do thousands of honeybees take three rounds of the world to visit 800,000 flowers to produce 500 gm honey – eight bees produce one teaspoon – their stings prove fatal to them
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A Bengaluru exhibition traces how infections spread and its physical and emotional toll on societies
As the Central Vista Redevelopment Project proposes to remake the heart of the national capital, here are some memories of the cultural spaces that safeguarded a nation’s history and a democratic patch of green that opened its arms to all in a city of ambitions
To be around wildlife is a wonderful feeling, if one is mindful of the boundaries
From polo in the past to football and basketball now, a culture of games has flourished at the Rashtrapati Bhavan and tournaments are organised regularly
PS Vinothraj’s award-winning debut feature, based on a true incident from his life, is a story told with minimum fuss for maximum effect
The love of neighbours and loving relatives is unstructured, unscripted, and unfettered
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