Portraits of Indian Gorkhas

Manish Sharma, tries to connect with and decipher his Nepalese roots by photographing people from the same cultural background as him. Right now; I oscillate, From one point to another. Swirling and flowing... Read More...

Mumbai On Screen: A Retrospective

Pranav Joshi on how the Visual Fabric of Urban Life in Bollywood has evolved with the city When films were first shown at Bombay’s erstwhile Watson Hotel on 7th July 1896, they contained soundless recordin... Read More...

An Art Gallery In the Woods

Rohini Kejriwal captures the essence of the open-air exhibition in Gunehar, Himachal Pradesh Last month, the woods between Bir and Billing, Himachal Pradesh were converted into a makeshift art gallery IN THE W... Read More...

Band Pick: The Tapi Project

sbcltr spoke to the contemporary folk band about their recently released music and their process They are the fresh faces on the contemporary world music scene, their sound a reflection of their Gujarati roots... Read More...

The Desi Queen of American Hip Hop

Neha Pant on the Indian-American musician who often blends her Indian roots perfectly into hip-hop There is no stopping a woman who is unafraid to be herself and no one knows this better than 31-year-old, Svet... Read More...

The Beatles, Sgt Peppers In Covers

This sbcltr list brings its own essence to the legendary music Beatles are unarguably one of the most covered acts of all time and Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, the most covered album. From Joe Cocker ... Read More...

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...