The British and India – Dawood Ali McCallum

The British and India – Dawood Ali McCallum

    18 May 2015

What is it about the British and India? It does seem, at least on the UK side, that there is something of

The Seven Sacred Swaras – A. Madhavan

The Seven Sacred Swaras – A. Madhavan

    18 May 2015

This is a homage to the “Sapta Swaras” of the Octave, in memory of Sri Thyagaraja and his own homage to Karnatic

India’s Daughters, Mothers, Sisters, Wives Random reflections – Reginald Massey

India’s Daughters, Mothers, Sisters, Wives Random reflections – Reginald Massey

    18 May 2015

Leslee Udwin’s documentary, whether one approves of it or not, has certainly prodded India’s thinking classes, the literati, to examine their

REMBRANDT: THE LATE WORKS – (National Gallery, London, 15 October-18 January 2015) – Anuradha Datta, MA (English Literature) B.Ed

REMBRANDT: THE LATE WORKS – (National Gallery, London, 15 October-18 January 2015) – Anuradha Datta, MA (English Literature) B.Ed

    06 Mar 2015

‘’A work is complete if in it the master’s intentions have been realised.” The late works of the great Dutch master Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, are now on display at the National Gallery in London. The exhibition has been organised in collaboration with many institutes from around the world such as: Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum, RAFA (Royal Academy