Read about the famous art work of the 16th century based on a centuries old tale that inspired a 20th century poem.
Considered as Denmark's largest food and vegetable market, the market on Ingerslev's Boulevard every Wednesday and Saturday between 8 am and 2 pm is my favourite place to buy vegetables and flowers from and many locals seem to agree with me.
Unknown to even many locals is the Aarhus Theatre Tour on select Saturdays of the year where you get the opportunity to literally go behind the scenes. Read my blog post to know more about this Art Nouveau creation of the famous Danish architect Hack Kampmann.
''No one should be alone on Christmas!'' my colleague Pernille declared when I told her that I wasn't going home for Christmas. She spoke to her family and a couple of days later invited me to her mother's place for Christmas. And I ended up discovering the true meaning of Christmas.
Isn’t it remarkable how two contemporary communities engaged in the same profession, living in regions with similar climate built mansions which are so similar to each other in purpose, plan and decoration?
Just 200 km north of Jaipur is one of the best kept secrets of Rajasthan, the Shekhawati region which is dotted with grand mansions (called havelis) covered profusely with murals giving it the name ‘open air art gallery’.
The mansions of Chettinad tell tales of entrepreneurial success and creative genius. Sadly, there seems to be no one willing to listen. Do take a weekend off and spend it amongst these magnificent monuments.
Inspired by the European paintings of Roman and Greek mythology, Ravi Varma painted scenes from Indian mythology and classic Sanskrit plays in addition to portraits of his patrons and scenes from everyday life.
Summer is here and brings with it a variety of delights. The fruits are one of the best delights The fruits which were once loyal to summer are nowadays available even in winter with the help of science and technology, but the joy of eating them in summer is unmatched. Wherever you go, the air…
There are many deities worshipped on the Thiruchengode Hill and one of them is the Ardhanareeshwara, a form of Shiva in which the left part of his body is his consort, Parvathi. This form of Shiva is also known as Madhorubagan and Ammayappan. It is probably the only place where Shiva is worshipped as Ardhanareeshwara.