Unrequited Love: On Canvas & In Our Lives | Neep Saikia

Dante and Beatrice- A tale of two souls who were so near yet so far from each other. Dante’s love for Beatrice has inspired countless of his literature. His love though an incomplete and even an unacknowledged one (as Beatrice had no idea of Dante’s live for her), was yet a glowing motivation for a Lover an igniting inspiration for the artist. Continue reading Unrequited Love: On Canvas & In Our Lives | Neep Saikia

The Portrayal Of Women in Mikio Naruse’s films | Tasnim Nazifa & Arghya Dey

When it comes to Japanese filmmakers, very few people are aware of Mikio Naruse and his incredible contribution to the portrayal of women in film history, even though his works are no less artistically striking than the films of Yasujiro Ozu or Akira Kurosawa or Mizoguchi. Continue reading The Portrayal Of Women in Mikio Naruse’s films | Tasnim Nazifa & Arghya Dey

Film of the Week | 20th Century Women

Memories of people, places, art, culture, fashion, politics and social movements collide to form an encyclopedic backdrop of a late 1970s California where the film is set in. He lends these memories to his principal characters, a 55-year-old single mother (Dorothea) and her 14-year-old son (Jamie), and in doing so, infuses the film with an undercurrent of poignancy and nostalgia. Continue reading Film of the Week | 20th Century Women

The Perfect Gentleman (3 0z / 90 ml) | Megha Saha

Megha Saha If sugary dollops of what feels like the rainbow hits you too hard, then wait for the maraschino cherry bit that will come to your rescue and settle in your tongue; you will let it, until the insides of the glass tumbler begin to tremor in sync with the live scat jazz. • You look around the snug little place they call the … Continue reading The Perfect Gentleman (3 0z / 90 ml) | Megha Saha

Carrying Over Our Evolutionary Past | Mitakshara Medhi

Men go for a woman’s outer beauty, while women fall for a man’s money. This is, perhaps, the most sexist statement that does the rounds in the dating sphere today. Many might covertly agree with this fact, while others who know it to be false, wouldn’t. But what if this statement actually had an evolutionary basis? Continue reading Carrying Over Our Evolutionary Past | Mitakshara Medhi