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The Story of Music by Howard Goodall

There is a fascinating point made on the very first page of Howard Goodall's snappily written journey through 40,000 years of music. Until the...

Why Sheldon Loves His Spot!

"In the winter that seat is close enough to the radiator to remain warm, and yet not so close as to cause perspiration. In...

The Black and White Wonders ;)

The thing about a good old melody is, it makes you want to be part of that era. I have often seen that the...

Well, Maybe…

I happened to skim through the pages of Edward De Bono’s ‘H+’ recently, and I came across the wonderful concept of “Maybe”. Maybe is...

Confessions of a Book Worm

Apart from obsessing over half a million other things, I also have a passionate obsession over books of all kinds. Below is a list...

The Elephant Man; Part 3

Hello after a very long time. In my last two articles I've introduced & made you familiar with a rather amazing figure in human...

Dilli: down the lane through celluloid

The year 2013 marks the centenary of the Indian film industry. Bollywood finds its base in Mumbai. The city is referred to as the...

Lal Lal Sanedo

The festivities are over, but the celebration prevails. That is what sets ‘Garvi Gujarat’ apart from the rest of the country. Gujaratis need a...

Over the “Moon”

“People like us, we don’t need that much- just someone that starts, starts the spark in our bonfire hearts”, as this song made its...

Small Faces: A largely ignored phenomenon

Now I haven't talked to a lot of people, but of the number of music-lovers I've talked to - many of whom are audiophiles...

Why Woody Allen’s ‘Blue Jasmine’ Wasn’t Released in India

India’s tough censorship policy has cost its people a wide range of visual pleasures, but even so, its latest blow would have been difficult...

Kickin’ it Old School?

By Parvathy Nair Below, we quote a rather frustrated and flustered individual, noting the state of today's music industry with much amusement : Lyrics in the...

World’s Biggest Book fairs!

With the New Delhi Book Fair 2013 concluding in the month of August, this is a rundown on the biggest book fairs of the...

Open Letter to Kapil Sharma

It's not been very long since you started your television career, but you've entertained us so immensely over the past few years that I...

Time to Revisit the Motive of Cinema

The Indian Film Industry has completed 100 superb years. This journey has seen many different phases: from black and white, Eastman colour to...

Lyrics changing the Stereotypes

By Komal Rajwansh Music and lyrics are the two important components of a song. They both are inseparable and mutually dependent and share a symbiotic...

Robot: The Grandfather Of Man (2050)

By Chhavi Dugal Think..how  nice it would be if you could be spared of cooking. If somebody could clean your room… if your clothes were...

Why Harry Potter sells

For most fans of the series, Harry Potter is not just a book but a cultural framing agent of an entire generation. With the...

Stereotypes or just humour? Do we typecast people?

By Meghana Mungikar When the trailers of Chennai Express came out, a lot of Tamilians took offence. And Deepika Padukone’s failed attempt at a Tamil accent...

Come, Explore The Sea. Live there.

By Shraddha Raj A dream destination, perhaps a chilly morning on a hill station; or a balmy afternoon on a beach side; good food…a book in...

No Kidding!

Who among us did not enjoy watching cartoons and animated films as children? They were funny, quirky and their antics never failed to amuse....

Right brainers will rule the future

By Anirudh Kashi The future in the hands of the right brain “I am the right brain. I am creativity. A free spirit. I am passion....

Where music is free…

It has been more than 4 decades since this pivotal moment in the history of music and civilization took place. This was an underdog....

The Elephant Man; Part 2

In my last article (the first of its kind since this is a three-part series!), I introduced you all to a pretty amazing figure...

Bollywood movies turning to Content

A quintessential Bollywood movie staple around 2003-2006: * Sweeping shots of New York or London, the typical loud Punjabi, Maharashtrian or any other Indian family...

The Human Potential

By Bhargav Shandilya. The power of the human brain ranks among the most underrated and unused resource in the World. An ultra-rational outlook and general...

Dhoom Pichak Dhoom

By Shubham Mittal. Dhoom pichak dhoom, pichak dhoom, dhoom pichak dhoom. Well, everyone has heard this song. If not...please do so right now…….http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xY7EDBDYpTA The song, written and...

Besharam- The Music Album Review

So now after few months of writing reviews for music of upcoming  Bollywood movies anyone will be able to differentiate between Good and Bad...

12:50, press return.

By Aavirash mitra. A 1998 surrealistic psychological thriller called “Pi” was released in a black and white reversal format, its budget was a mere amount...

Desi Playlist of the Week..

The way a Bollywood music makes us twist and turn, be it on feet or emotionally, I think no other music can. And so...

The Elephant Man; Part 1

Yes, you read it right, part 1. The story told in this article is too majestic and intriguing to be bound and held in...

Divine Proportion: Why you should be in awe

What is Phi? Phi ( Φ = 1.618033988749895… ), most often pronounced "fi",  is simply an irrational number like pi ( p = 3.14159265358979… ), but one with many unusual mathematical properties. The...

Origin of the 7 swaras in Indian classical music

By Shubham Mittal There is a belief that the seven ‘swaras’ in the Hindustani Music were conceived from the sounds of the nature. The seven...

The State of the Nation; another exemplary book by Fali Nariman

By Isha Mital What makes Fali S. Nariman so very special? His prodigious skill at the bar, displayed to great effect in such storied cases...

Music, Money, And the Unholy Corruption

Some 30 years back, some popular artist releases their album. There has been talks about it, a lot of hype. And the fans have...

Lady Gaga: Taking Eccentricity & Disturbia To A Whole New Level

By Sukanya Rajan Love her, hate her, you certainly can’t ignore her. With her in your face presence, lack of sympathy for the onlooker and...

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