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Main kisi pul sa thartharaata hoon.(You move like a train and I quiver like a bridge) The film also surprisingly paid homage to one of Urdu’s great poets Brij Narain Chakbast’s famous existentialist lines speaking of life and death The choice of classical Hindi and Urdu lines to spark up contemporary issues suggested a thirst for connecting with deeper issues A new India several with more money available for buying books and better finances and migration surges from rural to urban India creating a desire for new material Ravish Kumar the Hindi TV journalist who is known for his understated but powerful political and social commentary has written the first set of short LaPreK called Ishq Mein Shahar Hona on the idea of finding the independence sought from city life through ishq or love and finding love in the city Says the series editor or originator of LaPreK Satyanand Nirupam “The idea took seed in a small cafe in Regal Building (at Delhi’s Connaught Place) after seeing Ravish do small Facebook posts involving young persons looking for spaces in the city where they felt safe yet private where they could ‘love’ He had titled that series Laghu Prem Katha” Nirupam who was with Penguin and then Delhi Press before joining Rajkamal Prakashan says he kept a close watch on how much respectable magazines sold but found girls whispering about Mahakta Aanchal — a popular collection of stories though without any frills on cover Also I found the slightly well-off migrants to cities accustomed to reading in Hindi covering the books so you could not tell it was Hindi So says Nirupam he started looking for popular posts and decided on “smart and attractive covers” The title font too is in a style strongly resembling the Nastaliq (Urdu calligraphic script) full of nuqtas as the series editor strongly believes that “ishq must be done in the language of love” Once he decided to compile these loose Facebook posts what followed was Ishq Mein Shahar Hona which is in its fourth edition in less than a year It has sold 13000 copies already The latest book in the series is Ishq Mein Maati-Sona by Girindra Nath Jha also a TV journalist now settled back in Bihar It is a set of short love stories about the reverse journey from town to village of a young couple who meet in the city as migrants Says Ashok Maheshwari the head of Rajkamal Prakashan “After the demand from libraries has almost disappeared it has been a challenge for Hindi publishers like us to meet a variety of new demands From Narendra Dabholkar’s writings to Hindi/Urdu classics and new authors there is a demand and we have to meet it” Ravish’s LaPreK speaks of young love loneliness estrangement alienation and also politics khap panchayats Anna rallies and the importance of “the book” he holds for lovers This may not be a Dushyant Kumar but when his first story speaks of the boy “feeling like Karawal Nagar” and “the girl like South- Ex” it is the flyover at Barapullah that has shrunk their distances For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express AppWritten by Vandana Kalra | New Delhi | Published: November 17 2014 10:44 am Atul Bhalla Related News Two rivers two cities miles apart — the Elbe in Germany and Yamuna in Delhi are lifelines of the surrounding habitat but that is where the apparent commonality ends Not for Atul Bhalla though The Delhi-based artist believes that concerns around water are universal “It is the most essential element that we are all going to fight for in the near future” says Bhalla Among his work being showcased at Vadehra Art Gallery in the exhibition “Ya Ki Kuchh Aur” he has photographs from the Yamuna-Elbe project in Hamburg in 2011 The 40-year-old placed 12 banners on the course of the Elbe each with a question the river was posing to people — a concept borrowed from an episode in the Mahabharata where Yudhisthir answered 54 questions that came from the river before he could drink water from it “Why do you think questions should come from a body of water It’s because knowledge is within the waters The saying is that you never step into the same river but I believe that you always step into the same river’” says Bhalla Chair in the Landscape (2013) Preoccupied with water for over a decade now the engagement he says began during childhood when buckets of water were filled overnight at home The Masters in Fine Arts graduate from Northern Illinois University spent the initial years of this century travelling across water bodies from Gangotri to Rishikesh In 2005 he exhibited “I Was Not Waving but Drowning II” a series for which he dipped himself in the Yamuna river one of the most polluted rivers in the world The photographs portrayed the artist gradually immersing himself from his head near the surface of the water to mirror reflections and then completely disappearing beneath the surface Next year he was in Old Delhi for a residency with Khoj where he mapped the piaus traditional free drinking water sites of the area and showed how grime and dirt had accumulated all around them In the current exhibition too there is the water mass in the “Inundation” series with endless expanse of the river merging into the sea There are also glimpses into the making of his project for the Heritage Transport Museum in Gurgaon in 2012 Bhalla designed a boat with two rudders to comment on the lack of flow of Yamuna; the boat thereby moves in circles not going anywhere Several months were spent with boat makers from Garhmukteshwar Uttar Pradesh to create a boat traditionally used on inland waterways “I wanted to get an upper Ganges boat Most people don’t want to make traditional boats because it’s not viable” says Bhalla The same year during a three-month residency in South Africa he commented on the large-scale privatisation of land and resources in the country A white chair was placed on the white hills made from a mine dump “There have been no land reforms since the ’70s The chair a metonym of white male authority brings into focus the harsh racial history that till date is the reality of this country The person has gone but ownership still exists” says Bhalla Even as he traverses from Hamburg to Johannesburg to Delhi at the Defence Colony gallery in Plymouth his acclaimed project “Yamuna Walk” is part of the exhibition “Walk On” — Bhalla walks the length of the river from Palla village to the Okhla Barrage for four days six hours each engaging with the water as it flows The exhibition at Vadehra Art Gallery D-53 Defence Colony is on till December 20 Contact: 46103551 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Team Express FoodIE | Mumbai | Published: February 16 2016 6:15 pm Ian Anderson performing with Anoushka Shankar in Hyderabad in 2008 (Source: Rahul Ganguly) Related News There’s one piece of advice or a note of caution if you will for fellow musicians in flautist and band leader Ian Anderson’s post on choosing Indian food: “Nothing disrupts a band sound-check like the pervasive after-effects of theTarka Dhal(lentils and garlic)” Anderson who has a good friend in renowned Indian flaute maestro Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia has made enough trips to India (his first trip was back in 1972) to be considered a guru of sorts on Indian food In an undated post on Jethrotullcom Anderson begins by explaining that he wrote this post after a flood of emails from fans asking him what they should choose on a first visit to an Indian restaurant Known to take no short cuts Anderson gets into food history of Indian cuisine in the UK before he charts a course-by-course plan (including choice of beverage) for “curry novices” as he puts it Chicken Tikka (Source: Lucas Richarz/Flickr) He is also largely unbiased in his post offering no suggestions but mainly an explanation of what each dish is It’s only when he extols the virtues of a naan “cooked in thetandoorclay oven unleavened and doughy is a delight to be dipped” readers know that he is a true fan of Indian bread Finding parallels in Western cuisines – he compares papad to a giant chip made of lentil flour and kebabs to sausages made of lamb and beef – Anderson demystifies Indian cuisine in a most engaging manner Of course there are some inaccuracies in that Anderson credits the state of Kerala for idlis dosas and sambar but since this misconception prevails even in other parts of India we can’t hold it against Anderson Read the full post here Read it while listening to Anderson and Anoushka Shankar jam on Locomotive Breath In India For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Sydney | Published: September 25 2017 11:53 am Australia’s Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham announces the launch of a national space agency at the 68th International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide (Source: Reuters) Related News Australia will establish a national space agency as part of long-term plan to develop the country’s domestic space industry a government minister said on Monday Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham made the announcement at the International Astronautical Congress a five-day event being held in the Australian city of Adelaide “This agency will be the anchor for our domestic coordination and the front door for our international engagement with so many of you across the world’s space industries” Birmingham said He did not say where the agency would be located The global space industry sector has been growing at a compound annual growth rate of 952 percent from 1998 to 2015 the government said last month “Globally revenue from space-related activities in 2015 was about US$323 billion” it said The five-day Congress is expected to draw more than 4000 space professionals including astronauts engineers scientists and innovators from all over the world according to the congress website For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related 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