By Anuradha Das | NT Network “Let me tell you, when the big house was built it was never about dollars. It was about creating a huge showcase of their power with sons in church, and gleaming paddy fields and coconut groves trimmed on the backs of sun-roasted tenants. Mundkars they call them” ---excerpt ‘let me tell you about Quinta’
By Maria de Lourdes Bravo da Costa Rodrigues The feast of the Three Kings, also known as the feast of 'The Magi' is celebrated on January 6. It is the day of the Epiphany in the Christian liturgical calendar, and it commemorates the visit of the Magi or Three Wise Men of the East to the Child Jesus born in Bethlehem. It also marks the end of the festive season of Christmas among the Catholics.
BY ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ Most people use photography to capture memories of moments and events. Rarely is it used as a medium to portray fiction or, in other words, to relate a story. Photographer, Dayanita Singh’s latest book ‘House of Love’ explores this new genre of photo fiction.
At the recently held 37thtiatr competition organised by Kala Academy, Goa, the tiatr ‘Daiz’ created quite a mark and went on to pick quite a few awards. Today, NT BUZZ gets talking to the lead actor of the tiatr, Rupesh Jogle, who won first place in the Best Actor category.
Want radiantly glowing skin, then follow the hints. Eat healthy - healthy foods comprising of vegetables and fruits which are chockfull of anti-oxidant can give you lovely skin. Always eat foods low in saturated fats and high in fibre. Also limit salt and sugar in your diet.
By the end of the movie Mission Impossible-Ghost Protocol, I was in love with agent Ethan Hunt (not Tom Cruise to be noted) and the very next moment envious of his wife, who only had a special appearance of a few seconds, not even a full-fledged role in a more-than-2-hour-long movie. But wait...I immediately shooed off my wicked mind for being jealous of a fictitious female character!
By the middle of the twentieth century two British guitarists, Julian Bream and John Williams burst onto the classical guitar scene. While the Great Julian Bream commissioned new works from composers for the guitar, John Williams with his stunning technique endorsed the more traditional music.