Meet India’s only feather artist — Aditi Agarwal. This Jaipur based girl has been making a mark with her art works all across the country. Aditi started her creative journey as a charcoal artist who loved painting on realistic themes. Some of her favourite objects that she brought alive beautifully on paper included dead trees…Details
It’s that time of the year again, when the blazing desert sun will hit you out of nowhere. One day you’re all fine and dandy feeling the pleasant wind in your hair and the next minute you are going up in flames under the sweltering Jaipur sun. Here are some quick tips to survive the…Details
The Pink City will soon have a new a mode of transport that will be a giant step ahead in empowering marginalized women. The ACCESS Development Services has come up with a new initiative — ‘Pink City Rickshaw Company which will have 200 enthusiastic, well trained women driving the first and one of its kind,…Details
Jawahar Kala Kendra is set to host the second edition of its performing arts festival, Navras. Spanning over a period of 9 days from March 18 to 26, the festival will present a series of rich and diverse productions of theatre, contemporary dance and Sufi, classical, pop and fusion music. The varied programme has been put together…Details
Ahead of the International Women’s Day on 8 March, Home Café by Mr. Beans situated at C-scheme, is presenting a two day pop up show for women entrepreneurs on 4 and 5 March. Entitled ‘The Pink Factor’, the pop up show will feature diverse products made by Jaipur based women entrepreneurs. From apparels, accessories and…Details
Looking for fresh, hygienic and utterly delicious home cooked food? We present to you the “witches” of modern day home cooking – Ratika Bhargava (35) and Richa Khetan (29), popularly known as the ‘Cauldron Sisters’. This sister duo is slowly but surely popularizing in Jaipur the trend of ordering home cooked food rather than from…Details
A fusion art exhibition by artist Swapna Reddy – ‘Paramita’ is going on at the Chaturdik Art Gallery of Jawahar Kala Kendra.
Pakistani expert and commentator, Tilak Devashar will release his recent book ‘Pakistan – Courting the Abyss’ on 10 February in Jaipur. The book has been published by Harper Collins. The event is being jointly organised by Prabha Khaitan Foundation, We Care, Raghu Sinha Mala Mathur Charity Trust along with Hotel Hilton as the venue partner.
It is that time of the year when the literary enthusiasts of the world can all be found at one place- Jaipur! The Zee Jaipur Literature Festival is close on its heel and Diggi Palace is set to transform itself into a carnival of the greatest minds. Along with celebrated writers, thinkers, journalists, historians, poets,…Details
Are you looking for some quirky, colourful and chic handmade accessories to add life to your mundane clothes? Do take a look at these handcrafted products by Twines and Pellets. Not only are they funky and unique but are also friendly on your pocket.