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Tidepooling with the Marine Life of Mumbai

There’s a tiny world lurking underneath the concrete mess that is Mumbai. Its beaches – always packed with people hoping to catch of whiff of the sea air, a moment of peace and their place…

Exploring Landscapes in Clay with Rekha Goyal

There is a long history of ceramic art across the world. It keeps evolving as it is reimagined, moulded and transformed by artists. Someday, it takes the shape of a bird, suspended in animation. On…

Sepia winters

A walk round the house is all it takes to fall down the rabbit hole. This time it was a patchwork quilt – spun of old bits, uncovered by the sister in the hometown; most…

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Some Green Humour with Rohan Chakravarty

He’s no Pangolin, but just might be a shape-shifter. Each week, he changes stripes to teach some wildlife basics, call out the world governments and give voice to ecological concerns on Green Humour, his much-acclaimed…

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Shades of love

Modern love may be a swipe away, but it’s still messy. Ask Mumbai-based illustrator Indu Harikumar. When she started 100 Indian Tinder Tales in 2016, it was through the prism of her own experience. As the circle expanded, out…

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