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- Book Review: Dreams in Prussian Blue by Paritosh Uttam
An unequal relationship to pursue the dreams of one man...
Poems and Drawings on Haiti
- Photo Essay: Courtland Gallery, the Gambier Parry Collection, Islamic Metalwork 3/3
The final photo essay on the Gambier Parry Collection, the Islamic Metalwork collection.
- Photo Essay: Michelangelo's Dream at the Courtland Gallery, London
A photo essay on Michaelangelo's drawings in the Dream series.
- Photo Essay: Staircase at Courtland Gallery
A photo essay on one of the most famous staircases in London
- Poetry: The Rainbows Last Evening
i remembered you at hauz khas behind the ruins when you had touched....
- Intercourse with the Natives
The biggest part, I believe, of any healing between cultures that have been at odds with each other is a dialogue.
- Amar Singh, a Political Reality
Creativity within politics is a taboo factor and creative impulses have always been pushed down ruthlessly.
- Mdantsane Black, Poems of Mdantsane
black are we grown from unseen embers
- Mdantsane Laughter - Poems of Mdantsane
a girl laughs out aloud clutching a tree back in rural mdantsane.
- Ideart: Retro Shirt & Kolam
Because the fabric was crumpled and stiff at those wrinkles, the colour caught and skipped in places.
- Suprabhatam – The Dawn Prayer
On an impulse today, I looked up the lyrics of The Dawn Prayer - and found myself captivated.
- Poessay: Five Letter B Words Part II
Words express, emote, soothe, guide, communicate.
- When the Sun Broke in Mdantsane, Poems of Mdantsane
we all went out collecting pieces patients held out their palms
- Poetry: Didn't I Tell You?
when a colored moon suddenly opens a sky to just another sea.
- Gary lives in Mdantsane, Tales of Mdantsane
gary laughed out aloud there is a white man in his cage
- Book Review: Runemarks
Anything that can be dreamed is True.
- Book Review: Mdantsane Breathing
At Mdantsane ‘hunger is an imagination’ and as ‘country runs on fasting streets’
- Mdantsane Dancing- Poetry of Mdantsane
she touches her eyes and her hips again in other patterns....
- Book Review: The Tunnel at the End of Time
The Armageddon was inevitable... We needed it, and so we created it. But it is only illusion...
- Ideart: Good Karma, Bad Medicine
The best way to communicate this thought may be visual and not verbal.
- Pakistan Fashion Week Lights Up Lahore
Lahore lights up with glamour and glitz amidst everything that is so dark.
- Amar Singh - Creativity Beyond Politics
Creativity in the Indian political sphere is a sequestrum that refuses to be rejuvenated.
- Photo Essay: Hotel Russell in London
A photo essay on Hotel Russell in London
- Keiskammahoek - Poetry of South Africa
a keiskammahoek sky falls apart
- The Day The Sur Died
This was nothing but a bunch of actors being taken to a bunch of scenic spots, and asked to smile at the camera.
- Book Review: Holmes of the Raj
Holmes of the Raj is a good book in many ways, some of which will be evident only to true Sherlockians, as we fans call
- Poem: Walking With Wordsworth
The lands we have traversed Different and diverse, Strange and beautiful, in arrival The long walks and drama
- IdeaArt: Rose Garden
A discarded shirt becomes a personal art (and style) statement - here's how.
- Photo Essay: Dakshnineshwar Kali Temple, Kolkata
The journey was a varied ones, passing through many versions of India, from colonial buildings to modern crowded streets.
- Siviwe, Poems of Mdantsane
there is no more the bush war nor the beatings....
- A Few of My Favourites For 2009
A book and a film that remain with me in 2010
- 2009 - Tragic Deaths Of the Year
- Dilip Chitre - A Poet Remembers
He hated the word 'sahab' but Dilip Chitre undoubtedly remains the sahab of Indo-English Poetry.
- Mdantsane Spaza - Poems of Mdantsane
death has no color here in peaceful mdantsane
- Indian Nudes and Prudes
Can one trace the origins of nudism in Indian art?
- Persian Inspired Paradise Gardens
The Persian definition of paradise may surprise you. It means an enclosed area; that has boundaries or walls around it.
- Book Review: A Slow Train to Gwalior
For me, his poetry is pure delight and the reason is because he doesn’t hide his quest for love with clichéd jargon.
- Book Review: Cauvery
the book describes the beauty and power of the Cauvery, enrapturing kids and adults alike.
- Poetry: Mdantsane Nights - Poems of Mdantsane
Mdantsane, South Africa picks up war zone dimensions every night.
- Ntombi's Tavern, Poems of Mdantsane
Fridays at Ntombi's Tavern, Mdantsane, South Africa
- The Wall Project: Boycott Aladin, Canvas, Gair & London Dreams For Boorish Publicity
Boycott the movies Aladin, Canvas, Gair and London Dreams, whose posters vandalize a community drive.
- Those Were The Days - The Immortal Song
Sung in nearly every international language, this song remains immortal, a part of a slice of our life predominantly as exciting as its memory.
- Poetry: Yellow Sky - Poems on Mdantsane
Mdantsane is the second biggest township after Soweto, South Africa. This watercolor is of Unit 3 of Mdantsane.
- Indian Cities Today: Cultural Desert of Tomorrow?
Indian cities are changing rapidly, but how does this bode for the future?
- Travel Review: Bhimbetka, Madhya Pradesh
Would the painters would have ever thought that their pastime would become a peep into their lives and times for the generations to follow?
- Mdantsane, South Africa - Poems Of A Black Township
a river of so many people touched the sun the sky with their fist once.
- Musings of a Fractured Sunset, Tales from Gwalior
and you would have said kya itni door isi liyey ayey.....
- My MT Manifesto
As a curator and critic, I will bring forth numerous ideas and contexts within which I will present a chosen number of individuals whose artistic
- Poetry: Mdantsane - Still Breathing
the hospital wall catches a permanent tan too
- Lizard Tree - Tales from Gwalior
a lizard creeping has grown a tree
- Film Theory in Pakistan: Recognizing the Need for Theory
There are parts of the world where writing meaningfully about films has generally been deemed as a subversive indiscretion.