Check out some great graffiti and fantastic murals spotted across Bandra as part of the st+art Mumbai art festival. The St+Art India foundation is a not-for-profit organization that works on art projects in public spaces. The aim of the foundation is to make art accessible to a wider audience by taking it out of the conventional […]
The article was first published on Timeout here https://www.timeoutmumbai.net/around-town/features/bandra-base Dee Woods was completing his degree in music (from Beacon College in Washington, DC) and was on a short trip to India to tie up loose ends for his research work. Twenty years later, the American is still here and doesn’t plan to leave anytime soon. From […]
Intitially I thought I would post a review on the super International Jazz Day weekend festival held at Bandra base, then I didnt take any notes and so just posting this video. I only recorded on the first day but the second day was way too crowded for me to record. Enjoy some home grown […]
This Sunday Neville Gomes of Multimedia Aquarius who talked to us on ——- no, not advertising, not marketing or his campaigns but something quite different. His book VIVA QUEIMADA is on the 500 year old history of the East Indian community.
Water has been and will remain precious beyond imagination. Pravaha endeavours to raise awareness of the importance of water to the level of everyday understanding in all age groups. Turn your pledge to save water into meaningful actions. Pravaha’s resources include Kids Talk H2O Water art cards Water wonders Water Talk Poems Write for water […]
Mumbai January 20, 2014: Hokey Pokey Ice Creams opens their newest outlet at Carter Road, Bandra, with a photography competition that celebrates the spirit of the coolest suburb in the city. The competition invites people of all ages to submit images that they believe represent the theme ‘Uniquely Bandra’ and submit the picture to Hokey […]
There are more than 5000 ragas, hindol deb said he knows only 200 of them probably. There is a appropriate rag for every occasion, every season and every time of the day. There is early morning raag, there is a late morning raag. Here Hindol plays a late evening raag called puryadhanashri at bandrabase.
For thousands of years India’s Dalits were abhorred as “untouchables”, treated as bonded labour and forbidden to study. By 1923 Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar broke the taboo and won doctorates abroad returning to India to work for the emancipation of his people. At Mahatma Gandhi’s invitation he drafted India’s Constitution. In 1956 Dr. Ambedkar together […]
Indian and Welsh artists – musicians, poets, writers, performers – come together and collaborate! The evening was an informal gathering to share and exchange ideas for work that can be performed in 2014, to commemorate the birth centenary of the poet Dylan Thomas. The event began with a short film (The Colour of Saying) which […]