April 4, 2016

A New Gust of Indie Zines: Paper Planes

Nupur Joshi, an honest, cheerful, intelligent dame from Mumbai gave up the life of a corporate lawyer, to pursue her hobby/passion/now-her-job, an indie magazines’ platform Paper Planes. A voracious reader, and ‘a true piscean’, she […]

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February 23, 2016

Celebrity Sweat: An interview with the man behind Lonavala’s Celebrity Wax Museum

Images courtesy Meera Ganapathi I looked into Sharad Pawar’s eyes and realised something important. I had to meet his maker. The man who spends his life replicating the sheen of sweat on celebrity skin; Mr […]

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October 28, 2015

Dried petals stuck on pages of a diary: Beloved, Brindavan & Fearless.

Last week, in the sweltering heat and sweat of Mumbai, we made our way to Sasson Docks in Colaba – not once, not twice, but thrice! And yes, it was worth it. In those precious […]

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October 13, 2015

Kyoorius Knocks: Enzo Guitars & Samir Karnik

“I was alive in the forest, I was cut by the cruel axe, in life I was silent but in death I sweetly sing.”  — Inscription on an Elizabethan lute.   Samir Karnik is a luthier. […]

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September 18, 2015

Dialogue: RocketScienceLab

We caught up with Rajesh and Vidya Thomas of RocketscienceLab at Melt, right after they delivered a talk about what they do. What do they do? “That’s a tough question to answer…” they say amid […]

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July 21, 2015

Amplifying absence with the Missing Pavilion

India’s continued absence at the Venice Biennale since 1947, except for sporadic appearances, has been a source of major concern and disillusionment in the Indian art world. The Missing Pavilion, an exhibition sponsored by the […]

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July 17, 2015

Dialogue: Riyaaz Amlani

Any conversation with Riyaaz Amlani, whether on the subject of business or food, inevitably leads to music. As CEO and managing director of Impresario Hospitality, he’s responsible for wildly successful restaurant concepts such as Mocha, Salt […]

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July 1, 2015

Kyoorius Knocks: Block Shop

Hopie and Lily Stockman, two sisters (of four) brought up on the farms of New Jersey, built and painted things together since young. And their comfortable and able partnership gave birth to Block Shop – […]

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June 10, 2015

Street-watching with ‘the meanest Indian’, Meena Kadri

Meena Kadri, ‘the meanest indian’ on flickr, has a rather large portfolio of images from India – from portraits, travel, streets to stories. Meena’s work covers a myriad of striking visuals from across the country, […]

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May 15, 2015

Dialogue: Paper Boat

Remember those homemade recipes passed down from grandmother to mother, which provided abundant refreshment on hot, summer days spent playing outdoors? This is the story behind Paper Boat, a range of traditional Indian drinks, whose […]

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