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- Play "Soreburude" in Hasan, April 3, 2014
AnthoBLOGy -- Apr 1, 2014
- Remembering Rose Aylmer
Amma's Column -- Sep 15, 2013
- Kharvis of Coastal Karnataka
Aperture Photo Blog -- Feb 11, 2011
- The Phenomenon of 'Why This Kolavari Di'
We Tube -- Dec 10, 2011
- How Liar Subraya became Guessing Subraya
Stories from India -- Feb 12, 2010
Malli's Own Potpourri -- Nov 30, 2009
- RSS Bug Fixed
SimplyBlog Blog -- Nov 27, 2008
- Announcing Kamat Blog Network
Kamat Blog Network -- Nov 3, 2006
Swami Vivekananda & Ramakrishna Mission
Swami Vivekananda and Ramakrishna Mission has had a profound impact on Indian society and were instrumental in renewing Hindu Vedantic Philosophy
Bhikaji Cama and the Indian Tricolor
The incredible story of Madam Bhikaji Cama and the first unfurling of India's national flag.
Alamkara - 5000 Years of Indian Art
Online exhibit exploring the notion of ornamentation in Indian art in domestic, religious and courtly settings.
Food Habits of Vijayanagara Times
Research paper explores the food habits of Indians during the Vijayanagar times, using references in period literature, archaeology, and travelogues.
Social Life in Medieval Karnataka
Complete full-text of Jyotsna Kamat's 1980 book in electronic form; profusely illustrated and cross-referenced.
Palanquins in Medieval Indian Art
The palanquins were used by ancient Indians for traveling both short and long distances. The hand-carried palanquins provided an efficient mode of transportation for the women, the rich, and across rough terrain.
My Golden Days in All India Radio
Article written on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of All India Radio Station, Bengaluru.
Interview with a Gundabala Native
Notes of a social conversation with Uday Bhat, a native of Gundabala village.
Mortal Women and Celestial Lovers
Article on glorification of womanhood in Indian art.
Cross Dressing in Indian Theater
Photographic exhibition of men dressed as women (and a few other way around)
Indian Architecture - 5000 Years
Detailed discussion of styles and schools of Indian architecture over the last five thousand years.
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