Check out these Do-It-Yourself kits to learn new crafts at home

In the previous few months of lockdown, we tried our hand at many hobbies akin to gardening, baking, and craft….

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Royals in the everyday

Designers, cinematographers, writers, entrepreneurs — the youthful technology is making an attempt new issues and carving a life separate from…

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Wheels of innovation

From clocks and mirrors to playground gear, this architect close to Madurai has used the lockdown to upcycle discarded tyres…

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Saravana Gowtham on his latest single, ‘A Distant Wave’

The Bengaluru-based musician discusses his second single and divulges his ardour for instrumental tracks When he moved to Bengaluru from…

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Homegrown gifts and a Punya Box

Dastkar goes digital. Plus, a platform for merchandise created by NGOs handsondastkar.com With bustling venues and platforms for the nation’s…

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Get your DIY game on

The spirit of do-it-yourself (DIY) has out of the blue taken city India by storm. DIY, which initially gained traction…

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To Himeji and back: What this Japanese fish businessman has done for modern Indian art

Ahead of Pundole’s public sale of chosen works from the Glenbarra Art Museum, Masanori Fukuoka on what introduced him to…

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Returning to the hoop: five artistes who turned to embroidery this lockdown

Intricately embroidered landscapes, portraits and messages on psychological well being. Five artistes who kickstarted their love for the artwork type…

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How art survives a crisis: on the success of virtual actions like Pundole’s Fine Art Sale

Pundole’s Fine Art Sale final week is one of many virtual auctions to seek out success throughout the pandemic. Is…

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Artists use digital illustrations to support nature, wildlife and conservation

A grid of birds in eye-catching colors, captured digitally of their pure habitat greets you on the Instagram web page…

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