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Amar Shonar Bangla – Where art thou?

A few days ago, my mother had her somewhat outdated CD player on; “Atul Prasad Sen”, she said, was playing. Now I have never really paid attention to the Bengali...

Surprised by India

What do you think about when you think about India? Do you think about its wildly divergent geographical areas, its complex history, its rich literary traditions, its contributions to art, architecture,...

Debra Nicholson
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Shared History

Image: Mandela Bridge, Johannesburg As August approaches, the excitement builds and I look eagerly at Teamwork’s festivals of India spread across the world map, making steady imprints across the globe. I...

Arundhati Nath
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Thoughtful, Powerful & Mesmerising: The “Tribhanga” Orchestration of Dr. Citaristi

I think nothing fits more aptly than these famous lines from Eleanor and Park for me to describe Tribhanga’s concluding day’s performances. I am still awestruck by the powerful and...

Teamwork Arts
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Travel: How to NOT cope with Culture Shocks

Last July I moved to New Delhi from a village in England. I was 20, had never been outside of Europe and the only things I knew about India had been...

JC Cairns
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The Rich Culture of Odisha (Orissa)

Considering that India is an amalgamation of cultures, it is almost as if it is a number of countries thrown together. Every 200 kilometres or so, you will find an...

Revathy Venkatraman
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Eyewitness: Valladolid, Spain

Photo: Dancers perform during a preview of the Flamenco, India show at the Calderón theatre in Valladolid, Spain. The production, by the Spanish film-maker Carlos Saura, explores the ties between...

Teamwork Arts
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SHARED HISTORY: AN INDIAN EXPERIENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA Shared History, a Festival of Teamwork Arts in collaboration with the High Commission of India in South Africa came into existence in 2007,...

Teamwork Arts
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