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Dreams on paper

By Anuradha Das | NT BUZZ

Ninoshka Nadia Dias’ works of illustrative art catch the eye, whether because of the surreal aspect or fine and painstaking detailing is difficult to tell.

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Postcards of Goa…


In Splendour, Decay and Hope, the first of an eventual series of exhibitions, artist Oscar de Sequeira Nazareth looks at one of the defining architectural expressions of the Goan identity – the Indo-Portuguese house.

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Beggars’ Lunch

By Maria de Lourdes Bravo da Costa Rodrigues

any traditions are observed during wedding preparations in Goa. Though a number of them have been discontinued, may still observe the tradition of serving a meal to beggars, which is called "Bicarenchem Jevon"(Beggar’s Lunch),

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The inimitable feni

By Bhiva P Parab | NT NETWORK
Cashew was introduced by the Portuguese to Goa some five centuries back. Cashew came to this beautiful land of Goa, conquered and sent roots deep into this coastal state of India.

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Alchemy of photography

When the invention of photography was announced in Paris in 1839, the artist Paul Delaroche stated that “from today, painting is dead”. 170 years of painting since that time have proved Delaroche wrong, however, the initial announcement did change the way painters approached their art.

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Flower Power

By Tina Ann deSouza
Floral doesn’t always have to mean cutesy or kids or nighties or home dress. Many women are sceptical about trying a floral print. For the first timers or faint hearted, I’m not suggesting you simply dive into a vibrant print; go instead for smaller doses of these feminine prints.

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Sanskruti Bhavan and Central Library inaugurated

Sanskruti Bhavan and Krishnadas Shama Central Library was formally inaugurated on April 23, World Book and Copyright Day, at the hands of Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar amidst the presence of Art and Culture Minister, Dayanand Mandrekar, MLA and Chairperson of Kala Academy, Mr Vishnu Wagh, former Chief Minister Ms Shashikala Kakodkar, Mayor of CCP Ms Vaidehi Naik and others.

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Our Lady of Milagres

By Maria Lourdes Bravo da Costa Rodrigues
Goa is well known for its secular fabric, with people of different religions easily mixing and paying obeisance to the gods and goddesses of different religion.

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Summer’s Most Wanted

By Tina Ann deSouza
Sundress, shorts, tankini, swimsuit, bikini, shades, hats, sun blocks, basket bags, gloss, parasol, fragrances you name it we need it! Our most wanted summer essentials are here.
Nothing says summer than a beautiful, printed playful garment.

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