"On the Plane" was created with the Unity game engine and the XR Interaction Toolkit, as well as Harrell's Chimeria platform for constructing interactive narratives with social categorization.
Who doesn’t love a plateful of tortilla chips or nachos, heaped with salsa, guacamole and jalapeños, smothered in gooey cheese? But is that even the real Mexican food?
Poet, lyricist and screenwriter Javed Akhtar spoke to us about his two new books, 'Talking Life: Javed Akthar in Conversation with Nasreen Munni Kabir' and 'Daaera: The Circle', on the sidelines of the recently concluded Kolkata Literary Meet at Victoria Memorial Museum.
As they swing to Bollywood tunes, speak Hindi, and look to India as their motherland, it is a community most unique.
If you thought a plane ride away from the kids would be the answer to sleepless nights and wolfed down meals...
Started in 2020, The Glass Makers Club charges an annual subscription of Rs 1,000, and hopes to create appreciation and a market for studio glass.
Fermenting food isn't new, it's been around for thousands of years, our grannies used it, too, to make pickles, cheese, yogurt and breads, but restaurant chefs to home cooks are now lapping up the offerings of fermentation, from umami taste to gut health.
Diana wore the strapless ball gown in a 1997 photoshoot with Vanity Fair and in an official royal portrait taken in 1991.
Illustrator and costume designer Bhanu Athiya got an Oscar in 1983 for her work in Richard Attenborough's Gandhi.
Gaurav Gupta has dressed many Indian and global celebrities in his sculpted, structurally draped outfits, for appearances at Cannes film festival, the Oscars and other elite events.
The Oscar and BAFTA nominations for the new adaptation of Erich Maria Remarque’s novel are reminders of its powerful message.
Tanushree Podder's 17th novel - her third historical fiction - traces the legend of Ambapali, an unassuming girl who found courage in an adverse situation 2,500 years ago.
The International Booker-prize winning author on working with translator Daisy Rockwell, why Partition remains a favourite topic for authors, and how the just-concluded Jaipur Literature Festival has inspired similar festivals across India.
Monitory Democracy "is a form of democracy defined by the rapid growth of many new kinds of extra-parliamentary, power-scrutinising mechanisms: ‘guide dog’, ‘watchdog’ and ‘barking dog’ institutions."
10 natty observations about 'Naatu Naatu' by a professional comic.
The oral historian sets her first fiction novel The Book of Everlasting Things against the backdrop of the Partition of India, a subject she has written about extensively in her two critically-acclaimed non-fiction books.
“Flowers” displaced the mighty BTS’ immovable “Butter” as the most streamed song on Spotify in a week.
Malayali rice beer was launched in November 2022, with its logo riffing off of Kathakali headgear and the Raybans worn by Malayalam actor Mohanlal from the hit 1990s film Spadikam.
An earlier short story by Vinoy Thomas, "Kaligeminarile Kuttavalikal", became the basis for Lijo Jose Pellissery's film Churuli.
The new glow and heal menu in Indian cities is a high-pressure oxygen chamber and nutrient concoctions pumped into the body.
India Art Fair will be on at New Delhi from February 9 - 12. A quick look at what will be on display.
Gone are the days when you bought a simple shampoo and conditioner. Now there's gel, mask, leave-in conditioner, serum, Biotin pills, Ayurveda oils and even eggs and onion juice.
The Pakistani pop-R&B star is a genius, but this isn’t the work that proves it
On till February 22, St+Art Foundation’s Mumbai takeover is a must-visit this season.
Combos like Litti Chokha and Dal Baati Churma; forgotten Indian recipes; fermented foods; classics from Biryani to Dal Makhni; and jowar and bajra dishes to try in the Year of Millets.