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Sunday, 10 November 2013





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Government Gazette

The Ninasam theatre

The Ninasam Diary:

The Mecca of Indian theatre

Tucked away in the Mallad region of the State of Karnataka is the small village of Heggodu. Surrounded with arecnut trees and a rich landscape, it is dotted with tiny houses and mud roads. And amidst this nestles Ninasam (Neelkantheshwar Natya Sangha), a cultural movement, which has affected the lives of the many fortunate in the surrounding communities.

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Tagore as a factor in Indian cinema

Rabindranath Tagore influenced many facets of Indian culture ranging from literature and painting to music and cinema. In the next few columns I wish to focus on Tagore’s influence on Indian cinema in relation to the work of a relatively young Bengali filmmaker who unfortunately died at an early age.

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Novel techniques in watercolour paintings

There are many techniques in watercolour paintings. One should learn and bring them out at the appropriate time. The legend is when watercolour once put on the paper is there for good and cannot be altered. Therefore, many would-be watercolour painters do not try it. The truth is quite different. Whole areas or the whole painting can be washed off and repainted.

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