• Cracking the musical code

    When Aditya Balani's Jazz notes meet Suhail Yusuf Khan's sarangi tunes, the result is pure musical bliss. After performing together for years — the duo that goes by the moniker, Adi & Suhail — have released their debut album, Culture Code Landscape

  • Four Mumbai musicians reveal their favourite guitarists

    April 10 marks 58 years since the the iconic Fender Stratocaster guitar was patented. April is also celebrated as International Guitar Month by diehard fans. To get the riff, the guide invited four city musicians to pick their favourite guitarists

  • Pune's cultural heritage revisited

    Learn everything you wanted to know about the Pune's cultural heritage at the eight-day Virasat Pune Heritage Festival, starting from April 13

  • Find rebels in Mumbai on the web

    Footnotes, the magazine produced by students of the School of Media and Cultural Studies at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences has now been released as a webzine for the first time and aptly, the theme is Mumbai resistance

  • Big B, Katrina invited for cultural conference in Lahore

    Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan and actress Katrina Kaif have been invited for the annual Literary and Cultural Conference to be held in Lahore, organisers said

  • Batik Art: Dyed in tradition

    Batik, a cloth dyeing technique, might be making waves worldwide, but is being phased out in India. To re-emphasise on the uniqueness of this ancient form, Swati Desai has released, Batik, a book tribute to Bihari Barbhaiya, her mentor and one of the greatest exponents of Batik in India

  • We need more cultural festivals in Mumbai

    Most events at the recent Elephanta Festival were held at the Gateway of India while Banganga’s music spectacle isn’t held anymore. Barring a select few fests, our city’s cultural calendar is dismal

  • Mumbai gets into cinema mode

    Think Mumbai and films, and the cult song, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, pops up instantly. Exploring the city's love affair with the movies is project Cinema and the City, that celebrates this connect with a felicitation of National Award-winning filmmaker Shyam Benegal

  • Vintage, vinyl and the virtual

    At the first online exhibition collaborated by the Archive of Indian Music and Google Culture Institute, tune into century-old gramophone recordings of Gauhar Jaan, Janki Bai and Malka Jaan, among others, for free

  • Hidden gems from old Hyderabad

    Heading to the city of the Nizams? Add these stops in your must-visit list

  • Get your dose of culture

    Catch your favourite musicians, artists as well as short films and documentary filmmakers from around the world as part of the FAM Jam, a new event that will mark its debut at The Daily restaurant today

  • Shop, eat and learn at The West Pune's Summer Fest

    A unique initiative by three Puneites has led to The West Pune's Summer Fest which will feature a flea market cum exhibition and will be hosted in the hitherto neglected western part of the city

  • When French Jazz meets Rajasthani folk music

    Nirmaan, a collaboration between a Rajasthani Folk singer and five French Jazz musicians, will present a unique blend of Jazz and Maand, a traditional folk style of singing from Rajasthan

  • Step into Mumbai's cine wonderland at Peddar Road

    From Dadasaheb Phalke to Ritesh Batra, the National Museum of Indian Cinema will take the film buff on a behind-the-scenes look at the country's love affair

  • Peek into an artist's mind

    On February 22, the book, titled Atul Dodiya, featuring essays and anecdotes on the artist, was released at the National Gallery of Modern Art. Soma Das caught up with the contemporary artist as well as poet Ranjit Hoskote, who edited this comprehensive title

  • Click the pro way

    Inner Circle is a new platform in the city that connects professional photographers aiding them in terms of knowledge development and future partnerships. The initiative is also open to amateurs

  • Bringing the Ghazal back

    Tabla maestro Ustad Zakir Hussain and singer Hariharan will be featuring at Hazir 2, an event to promote Ghazals

  • 'I enjoy observing people around me'

    Recently the book, Three-Dog Night by Gouri Dange was launched in the city. The Guide caught up with the writer and family counsellor on the city, food and much more

  • Perch for this cause

    The Perch Project sensitises and educates people about animal rescue by using vibrant designs

  • Set the stage

    Head to the annual Vinod Doshi Memorial Theatre Festival where you can catch plays in Hindi, Marathi and Gujarati