“…but no one addressed their identity struggle”

Says author  Pinakie Kansabanik who addresses the year-long struggle of Tibetan refugees in his debut book titled ‘Mountains To Manhattan’. While the book has been selected as a compulsory read by the faculty of law of Christ University, Bangalore; in conversation, the Delhi based multi-talented personality shares his thoughts on writing, the influence of Tibetan … More “…but no one addressed their identity struggle”

Rahmaniacs hummed ‘Humma Humma’ quite ‘Dil se’

While a group of college students grooved with evergreen ‘Mustafa Mustafa Don’t Worry Mustafa’ and sung along ‘Jadu Hai Aisa Friendship Ka’…a grey-haired couple wipe their tears listening to ‘Ye Jo Desh Hai Tera’…. … More Rahmaniacs hummed ‘Humma Humma’ quite ‘Dil se’

Of dance, for justice…

The young Manipuri contemporary dancer Surjit Nongmeikapam talks about his award-winning dance production Nerves, the political situation of Manipur and his creative inspirations… It was 2011 winter when I returned to Kolkata to visit my mother. Coincidentally, Banglanatak.com hosted their first ever-iconic music festival titled – Sufi Sutra on the same year. No wonder the … More Of dance, for justice…

Resh and Monica collaborates for Trouble

Multi-talented, multiple award-winning artist Resh has teamed up with one of India’s most accomplished indie pop artist, Monica Dogra for his single, Trouble. The emotionally charged ballad is the third single from his critically acclaimed EP, Who Am I. Talking about the collaboration Resh says, “I’m thrilled to have had the opportunity to work with … More Resh and Monica collaborates for Trouble