Archive for August, 2009

Sonny Mehta Sonny K. Mehta is relatively new to the performing music scene. He started publicly performing with other artists at the age of 18 (2002). He has training in Hindustani Classical music (Shastriya sangeet) with instruction under Pandit Ravi Kant, Mrs. Anita Slawek and Mr. Dilawar Singh. Sonny‚Äôs interest in music spawned off a […]

Topic: Uncategorized | by on Aug 31

Humor, politics, travel, music and more – we present the best of Nazar’s summer articles.

Topic: Uncategorized | by on Aug 25

The battle to educate isn’t over yet.

Topic: Politics | by on Aug 19

The power of the common neighbourhood man.

Topic: Politics | by on Aug 19

Through the performance, Panditji’s feet were on the ground – but he lifted us off of ours.

Topic: Arts | by on Aug 19

Up until the Kriti Festival, all I knew of “Diaspora literature” was Bharati Mukherjee’s Jasmine and the works of Jhumpa Lahiri.

Topic: Arts | by on Aug 19

A leisurely look at Rakshabandhan – yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

Topic: Culture | by on Aug 19

A review of the Kaminey soundtrack.

Topic: Arts | by on Aug 19

Chittod Ki Rani Padmini Ka Johur breaks from the traditional Hindi drama to shows how two 14th century kingdoms clash.

Topic: Arts | by on Aug 19