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Aug 20, 2019
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
Did you ever wonder where the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ characters got their names from? Well, your search is complete. Here is a brief introduction of the artists from whom the creators of TMNT took inspiration. Teenage mutant ninja turtles,…
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…
Mobsters recently took the city on a riot ride in the name of film Padmavat! Vehicles were torched, property was damaged, and citizens were endangered during the unwelcome outrage. It was a mass breakdown of tranquility, posing a threat to the democratic expression of citizens of India. But what brings a smile to our face is the fact that the citizens of Ahmedabad, have still not given up on serving creative content to its fellow residents. The creativity may have been restricted by authorities to reach to your nearest theatres, but the indigenous creators of Ahmedabad have brought originally made content, just for you in the form of art shows, heritage exhibitions, poetry recitals, theatricals, film screenings, stand up comedy performances and musical concerts. Ahmedabad Art Weekly is the proof of Ahmedabad’s unfathomable spirit.
In the augmenting ruckus over motion pictures, let us remember the Parsi theatre director, lyricist, and Gujarati author Amrit Keshav Nayak who is dotingly remembered by his pen-name Shivsambhu Sharmano Chiko. Born in Ahmedabad in 1877 in Ahmedabad, Nayak worked as a columnist in Amrita Bazar Patrika and drafted novels like M.A. Banake Kyon Meri Mitti Kharab Ki? and Mariyam. He wrote plays like – Durdasha Natak, lyrics and even gazals in Gujarati. The author wasn’t formally educated in lingual and joined the theatre group at the tender age of 11. After few successful roles, Nayak went to study the dramatic dexterity from Bindadin Maharaj and performed in various celebrated plays. He had a knack for Shakespearean dramas, which eventually triggered him to adapt his famous tragedies in the name of Khun-e-Nahak, Bazum-e-Fani, Murid-e-Shaque and Shahid-e-Naaz.