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A children’s book about a boy who feels like a girl. And about a child brought up by grandfathers. These are some of the stories published by Tulika Books, who have been making children’s picture books since 23 years. Little…
Apr 22, 2020
While the Globe is streaming free its second dramatic production Romeo and Juliet, today is 23rd April, the day William Shakespeare (1564-1616) is believed to have been born and died. One would seldom find a more spontaneous and intense expression…
Nov 4, 2019
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May 23, 2019
In this piece 64 year old Dr Yatin Desai, shares with CY his inspiring story of how to scale towering mountains with utmost ease and how this life adventure activity can shape human character and health. Chances are high that…
The second last month of the year 2017 has begun, a tenure when everyone around would be hairy with the ‘No Shave November’ trend, but for people who want to feel soulful beyond their hair growth, make sure you are looking at the 132nd edition of Ahmedabad Art Weekly on your screens. The recommendations is of nine events from – architecture, literature, music, visual art, films, performing arts and stand-up comedy. A wonderful dose of enrichment is up for grabs.
The 132nd art weekly is dedicated to Indian tabla player and music mentor Nandan Mehta, who established world’s most prominent Indian classical music school and festival ‘Saptak’. Born in Ahmedabad, Mehta was trained by Kishan Maharaj, who introduced the Benaras Gharana to Gujarat. Mehta was the A Grade artist at All India Radio and Doordarshan and belonged to the Benaras Gharana as a tabla exponent. Honoured with various accolades Mehta is also a Sangeet Natak Akademi Award laureate who has been a mentor to many renowned musicians. He is survived by two daughters, who are both involved in Hindustani classical music and wife who is a sitar player.
Illustration : Nilesh Ramani