Monthly Archives: July 2021

Indian culture through photography [PHOTO]

July 30, 2021 10:52 am (UTC + 04:00 am) 2,047 By Laman Ismayilova The “Jewels of Indian Cultural Heritage in Gobustan” exhibition was solemnly inaugurated in the Gobustan State Historic and Artistic Reserve. Co-organized by Gobustan State Historical and Artistic Reserve and Indian Embassy in Baku, the project aims to …

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Native American Culture Celebrated at Cheyenne Frontier Days

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (KDVR) – Cheyenne Frontier Days are all about cowboy culture, but there is also another culture that is also celebrated: American Indians. From the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming, the Little Sun Drum and Dance Group came here to dance. Cowboyed for the 125th Cheyenne Frontier Days …

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A hotbed of hot pepper flowers for the West Indian culture of Schenectady

SCHENECTADY – He doesn’t have an official title in the Quarter, but you might want to call him the King of Pepper. Meet Ramesh Doodnauth, the man perhaps responsible more than any other for the countless chili plants that are beginning to bloom around the Mont Pleasant neighborhood of Schenectady, …

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Indian films “Paka”, “Dug Dug” to debut at Toronto International Film Fest

Newbie filmmaker Nithin Lukose’s feature film ” Paka ” and Ritwik Pareek’s ‘Dug Dug’ are the two Indian films selected for the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival. ” Paka ”, titled ‘River of Blood’ in English, will be screened in the Discovery section, which features first and second feature films …

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Ethiopian and Indian films win top prize at World Cultural Film Festival

MUMBAI: An Ethiopian film and an Indian film shared the honors at the inaugural Culture Cinema-2021 international film festival which ended here on Wednesday, officials said. Ethiopian film “Kanda Bode” (Don’t Get Whipped) directed by Fekad Kiros, and Indian film “Sindhustan” directed by Sapna Bhavnani have won the first prize …

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Indian Culture Study Committee to Reconstitute – The New Indian Express

Through Express news service MADURAI: In response to questions posed to Parliament by Madurai MP Su Venkatesan on Monday regarding the committee formed to study Indian culture, the Union Ministry of Culture said it had decided to reconstitute the committee. The committee reportedly lacked representation from the diverse group of …

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A panel will be formed to study the origin and evolution of Indian culture: Minister of the Union | India News

MADURAI: It was decided to reconstitute the “committee for the holistic study of the origin and evolution of Indian culture since 12,000 BP (before present) and its interface with other cultures of the world”, said Culture and Tourism Minister G Kishan Reddy in his response to anonymous questions posed by …

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7 South Indian Movies About Politics

While Bollywood is still hesitant to make mainstream political films, offering us remakes like Nayak and once in a blue moon unicorns like Rajneeti. The southern Indian film industries have challenged the genre to move forward, experimenting on the go. From political thriller to political drama, here are some of …

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Here’s what Priyanka Chopra taught Nick Jonas about Indian culture and the Hindu religion

First published July 18, 2021 at 10:40 a.m. IST On Priyanka Chopra’s Birthday, Let’s See What She Told Her American Husband Nick Jonas About Indian Culture and Hindu Religion Today is Priyanka Chopra Jonas’ birthday. she turned 39. And we can’t help mentioning how this gorgeous girl conquered the world …

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From Ye Maya Chesave to Ok Kanmani, 5 Romantic South Indian Movies You Can Watch In This Perfect Weather

Romance and love, when you hear these words you know it’s the best feeling in the world. If you’re in the mood for over-the-top love movies that will make you blush and flutter, then you’ve come to the right place. We’re here to suggest the top 5 best South Indian …

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Indian foods featured in Never Have I Ever

Food · Posted on Jul 17, 2021 To be consumed while watching season 2. 1. Sambar Netflix When Kamala and Devi’s mother, Dr Nalini Vishwakumar, talks to potential Kamala in-laws, Devi’s mother says, “What she loves to do is cook. Kamala, tell them about some of your favorite recipes. ” …

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35 of the most ridiculous scenes in Indian movies & tv ranked

We as a people are very creative. And it shows in the content we create. Now, if you have been on the internet like never before, then you have certainly come across some of the most over the top, ridiculous, and squeaky videos from Indian movies and TV shows. We …

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Online exhibition ‘Heat And Dust’ highlights influence of Indian culture on Israeli art

New Delhi: The Israeli Embassy in New Delhi, in collaboration with the India International Center (IIC), has organized an online exhibition that shows the influence of India and its culture on Israeli art. The exhibit, titled “Heat and Dust- between India and Zion,” opened on July 12 and can be …

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From “Anjali” to “Finals”: 11 South Indian Movies That Show Father-Daughter Bond

Here are some films from South India where fathers supported their daughter’s ambitions and dreams. The film industry in India often portrays fathers as stern and serious father figures in their daughter’s life. As mothers have been shown to understand their daughters’ needs and act as close confidants, when it …

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15 Guinness World Records Set by VIPs in Indian Cinema and Cinema List Updated

15 Guinness World Records 1. Sameer Anjaan – Bollywood’s Most Prolific Lyricist After composing 3,524 different songs as of December 15, 2015, Sameer has been officially recognized by Guinness World Records as the most prolific Bollywood lyricist of all time. He often sets himself apart from many Bollywood lyricists for …

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MP tribes are backbone of Indian culture, says Culture Minister Usha Thakur

BHOPAL: Culture Minister Usha Thakur said the tribes of Madhya Pradesh are the backbone of Indian culture. They rescued values ​​through his paintings by staying connected to Indian culture and rituals, Thakur said at the inauguration of “Chitra Shivir” at the Tribal Museum on Wednesday. The camp focused on painters …

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Here’s a look at the Indian films that have screened at the Cannes Film Festival over the years: La Tribune India

Gurnaaz Kaur Cinema is a magical medium. For those who consider it an art form, the Cannes Film Festival is big business. As one of the world’s most acclaimed film festivals opens on the French Riviera (after a two-month delay), we take a look at India’s connection with this prestigious …

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The 8 best Indian movies of 2021 (so far)

We pick up where we left off in the first part of this huge Mohanlal hit. Even though the family is cleared of any charges related to the death of the commissioner’s son, the townspeople cannot help but develop their own theories. As Georgekutty grapples with the outside world, the …

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