Arts & Culture
Githa Hariharan’s “Almost Home" shows how the word “home” represents a shifting, semantically uncertain and politically ill-defined concept and how under its placid surface lie the turbulent tales of lost and broken homes, homes fervently sought and seldom won, destined to inhabit sighs and tears.
Kolkata hosts a major exhibition of the paintings of Abanindranath Tagore, a pioneer of modern Indian painting who led the revivalist movement that came to be known as the Bengal School of Art. By SUHRID SANKAR CHATTOPADHYAY
Kalibangan, an important Harappan site belonging to the early and mature periods, was excavated between 1961 and 1969. By T.S. SUBRAMANIAN
They are game for hard fieldwork in numbing cold weather or under a harsh sun. They are an enthusiastic cosmopolitan lot too. There is Ji...
The discovery and excavation of a new site, 4MSR, near Binjor, Rajasthan, may yield vital clues about the evolution and continuity of the mature and late phases of the Harappan civilisation and their relationship to the painted grey ware culture that followed. By T.S. SUBRAMANIAN