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How are Mumbai institutions preserving intangible cultural heritage

Mid-Day Premium How are Mumbai institutions preserving intangible cultural heritage

Mumbai is home to countless organisations that offer diverse forms of cultural engagements. On World Heritage Day, experts talk to us about preserving intangible cultural heritage, commodification of culture, and more

18 April,2024 10:18 AM IST | Mumbai | Maitrai Agarwal
World Heritage Day: This reading list will help you explore Mumbai's history

World Heritage Day: This reading list will help you explore Mumbai's history

On World Heritage Day, we’ve curated an essential reading list that salutes the rich, multiple histories of Mumbai

18 April,2024 09:25 AM IST | Mumbai | The Guide Team
This musical performance in Mumbai blends language, music and memories

This musical performance in Mumbai blends language, music and memories

A documentary filmmaker returns to her folk roots with an experimental musical set that blends regional languages like Awadhi and Braj with Spanish and Portuguese compositions

18 April,2024 09:15 AM IST | Mumbai | Shriram Iyengar
Why you can indulge in these unique activities in Mumbai this weekend

Why you can indulge in these unique activities in Mumbai this weekend

If you're looking for activities to do this weekend, here's a line-up that is sure to keep you busy

18 April,2024 09:10 AM IST | Mumbai | Devashish Kamble
Salman Rushdie recounts near-fatal stabbing in 2022 in new memoir 'Knife'

Salman Rushdie recounts near-fatal stabbing in 2022 in new memoir 'Knife'

After going unscathed for years, a knife-wielding assailant jumped on stage at an arts gathering in rural New York state and stabbed Rushdie multiple times in the neck and abdomen

16 April,2024 05:19 PM IST | New York | AFP
Australian DJ FISHER mesmerises Indian audiences in Mumbai on Friday in Worli

Australian DJ FISHER mesmerises Indian audiences in Mumbai on Friday in Worli

The venue buzzed with excitement as Fisher took the stage, belting out his powerful anthem hits such as ‘Losing It’, ‘Take It Off’, ‘Stop It’, ‘Crowd Control’ and ‘Freaks’ spanning across two-hour hours

13 April,2024 04:38 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
‘Music industry has double standards -- a woman has to be twice as good'

Mid-Day Premium ‘Music industry has double standards -- a woman has to be twice as good'

In India for her performance as a part of the all-women lineup at the Mahindra Blues Festival in February, the American saxophonist, singer-songwriter Vanessa Collier spoke to mid-day.com about how she picked up the saxophone, her music, sexism in Blues music and the industry, and working on new music

13 April,2024 10:30 AM IST | Mumbai | Nascimento Pinto
St Xavier’s High School in Fort houses pieces of propellers from the explosion

St Xavier’s High School in Fort houses pieces of propellers from the explosion

As Mumbai observes the 79th anniversary of the explosion that rocked the city in the 1940s, Mid-day Online visited the school, which saw the debris fly into its campus. Today, the school has two pieces of propellers within its corridors. The school believes more people need to know about the incident

13 April,2024 10:18 AM IST | Mumbai | Nascimento Pinto
Mid-Day Mumbai Guide: Attend these interesting events in Mumbai this weekend

Mid-Day Mumbai Guide: Attend these interesting events in Mumbai this weekend

If you're looking for activities to do this weekend, here's a line-up that is sure to keep you busy

11 April,2024 09:12 AM IST | Mumbai | Devashish Kamble
World Parkinson’s Day: This performance in Mumbai tells a story through dance

World Parkinson’s Day: This performance in Mumbai tells a story through dance

On World Parkinson’s Day today, a performance brings to the Mumbai stage a personal story relayed through the fluidity of dance

11 April,2024 09:06 AM IST | Mumbai | Shriram Iyengar

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