The Man Who Photographs Death

The Sleeping Beauty project is a collaboration between an Italian photographer and an Indian who photographs dead people in Varanasi and it is less macabre than it sounds, writes Alice Sharma Death is that tim... Read More...

Hanuman: Images Beyond Imagination

sbcltr recommends the exhibit at the IGNCA for its take on mythology Thirty three-year-old visual artist and filmmaker Charuvi Agrawal, in association with Indira Gandhi National Center for Arts (IGNCA) has or... Read More...

What is 420?

Brynn Holland explains the hazy history of 420 Many believe the term “420” originated from a police code that meant “Marijuana Smoking in Progress,” but as we stumble our way through the hazy past for the true... Read More...

India’s First Bar On Cloud

Mihika Jindal, speaks to Prasanna Natarajan, the founder of HipBar—a cool new app that lets you pre-order drinks from your favourite bars Seen those Seagram’s Imperial Blue Music CD advertisements on televisio... Read More...

Hyderabad’s Human Library

This ingenious project celebrates knowledge sharing and treats human beings as books, you can even borrow one for 20-30 minutes for an interactive 'reading' experience, writes Alice Sharma In what can be seen ... Read More...

A Complete Guide to Black Metal

Dhananjai Sinha, on how a music genre took on a religion through its elements of protest art There’s metal. And then there is black metal. In the universe I was growing up in as an unsure, inquisitive, bes... Read More...

The King of Downtempo: Kumail Hamid

sbcltr spoke to the Mumbai based producer on his new experimental EP, From You to Blue Tell us little about your new EP, what does it means to you and how it is different from your earlier work. I’ve worked ... Read More...