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Sakti Burman: At Home in the World

Artist Sakti Burman has been inspired by a multitude of cultures, languages, religions and philosophies, reflected in a retrospective of his works that opened on October 18 in Mumbai.

Statement of Artists

The artist community of India stands in firm solidarity with the actions of our writers who have relinquished awards and positions, and spoken up in protest against the alarming rise of intolerance in the country. We condemn and mourn the murders of M M Kalaburgi, Narendra Dabholkar and Govind...

Bombay's Dedicated Champion

Sharada Dwivedi (1942-2012) recorded the contribution of everyone to the growth and evolution of Bombay, whether it was that of a colonial administrator, an immigrant labourer, an itinerant scholar, an industrialist or a trade unionist. If she was the chronicler of vanished eras in the city's collective life, she was also a passionate advocate of contemporary causes such as pedestrianisation, low-cost housing and conservation of architectural heritage.
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