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Who designed the Sil Batta

and why should we care?

When my mother-in-law came to Delhi from Calcutta, Says Anisha Shekhar Mukherji, she brought with herself a stone-grinder – a sil batta . The sil was part of the household goods given by her family, to start her new life as a married woman. A few days ago, in the absence of my cook, I ground fresh coriander and garlic chutney on the same sil-batta. I was struck by a thought. Who designed the ubiquitous sil-batta, that indispensable part of every Indian kitchen even today? Read More...


Politically Correct?

Sudhir Mishra's Film

at the Habitat Centre

 

Divya Raina reviewed the  filmHazaaron Khwaishen Aisi” during a Retospective

The film  is being shown at the IHC on 3rd July '10. It paints a rather wide canvas, in the sweep of time (the 60s, 70s and particularly the time of the infamous Emergency) and the many significant points it covers, tellingly and economically. We reproduce the review published earlier Read More...

 

Also Read Shumita Didi's interview of Sudhir Mishra during the retrospective

 

 

 

 


 

Manohar Khushalani in Hazaron

 

Above: Manohar Khushalani in Hazaron Khwaishen Aisi

 

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Confronting Corruption - Part II

 

The governments in the US and many European countries are very concerned,  about the problem of tax-evasion.  Many of these governments have been pursuing some of the Swiss banks and Swiss Government regarding the secrecy surrounding the issue.  In the developing countries, too there is  rampant corruption.

Former BBC Reporter Krishan Tyagi's 'out of the box' solution published in Stagebuzz in December last year has created a lot of interests and he has received numerous queries world over. Tyagi has revised his original article and answered all the questions in FAQs at the end . Read More...


Growth and Development of Bengali Theater in Kolkata between1770 and1880

Calcutta in 1800, the Indian jewel in British dominated colonial India saw the growth of the first public theater in India, informs Gouri Nilakantan.   The rise of Bengali theater in the 19th century was the direct offshoot of the British occupation in Bengal.    Bengal especially Calcutta, under the influence of the British saw the emergence of many societies and centers of learning and thus the environment of the city of Calcutta was conducive for intellectual growth. Read More...


International Day for Elimination of Torture

 

Artist Suchi Khanna's moving stories on Canvas

 

On the occasion of International Day for Elimination of Torture, an exhibition was held at India Habitat Center by painter Shuchi Khanna. The artist tells the striking and heart wrenching stories through her paintings. Using mainly oil and mixed medium, her works are not the State of Art but they are all depicting stories of a House of Memories called “Sudinalay”. Pallavi Mishra reports on the artist's work. Read More...

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Confronting a Thug

 

 


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Utility of Honesty in Trade


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The Hourglass Moment and Other Poems by Ute Matgaret Saine

 

This is the moment to

turn the hourglass around
time had run through

it had almost run its course
now we’ve found each other

round the bend lies the new

 Many New Poems Read More...

 

 

Making Difficult Decisions


Last month I made the difficult decision to end a five-year relationship, confides Sharon Moist. The truth of the matter, however, is that I really should have ended this relationship three years ago, when I first thought about it. Unfortunately, like most people, I just kept thinking that if I did something different or tried harder, things would work out. Sadly, that was not the case. So, let me share with you the steps I took to make this decision and get through the process:  Read More...

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