Strokes of Tribal Folk-Fusion – A Small, Big Wedding (Part 6)

I’ve always been a big admirer of folk art from different parts of the country. I love the colorful, simplistic renditions of elements of nature, all so distinct in their style. Our Jaya auntie has been extending elements of nature onto the walls of her home for many, many years. When Jaya auntie, Amit uncle, … Continue reading Strokes of Tribal Folk-Fusion – A Small, Big Wedding (Part 6)

Lodhi Art District

Lodhi Colony, with it’s quiet, wide streets lined with peach-coloured blocks, has always been one of the most charming parts of the city for me.  Each block has massive arches with happy, bushy trees spilling out onto the street. The Lodhi walls are now playing canvas to some fantastic graffiti artists from all over the … Continue reading Lodhi Art District


Durga Puja is the school autumn break equivalent for Ganesha, Laxmi, Karthik and Saraswati, when their mother, Durga, brings them to their nani bari (grandma’s house) on Earth. At least that’s how I like to look at it! A couple of years ago, my mother and I chanced upon the Jhilmil Kali Bari where massive … Continue reading Homecoming