Postcards from the attic: The online ‘Daak’ project that is exhuming lost literary gems

Every weekend, the subscribers of this initiative receive a digital postcard with a relatively unknown story, poem, or artwork with a chunk of curated information along with a ‘daak’ ticket on top. Did you know about the letter Mirza Ghalib wrote to his friend in praise of a mango, or one Okhil Chandra Sen wrote

Advertising Want to See All the Vermeers in the World? Now’s Your Chance

The Mauritshuis museum in The Hague, which owns what is perhaps Vermeer’s best-known masterpiece, “Girl With a Pearl Earring,” has teamed up with Google Arts & Culture in Paris to build an augmented-reality app that creates a virtual museum featuring all of the artist’s works. Johannes Vermeer, whose acute eye captured the quiet beauty of

Zone of Action

In its second edition, the Military Literature Festival 2018 in Chandigarh turns ground zero with stories of heroism, discussions on India’s role on the world’s battlefields, and conversations around war and peace. THE glowing December sun, glistening waters of the Sukhna Lake, the red and orange colour theme, decorated soldiers, and war veterans made the