You can read this piece, published by Rungh Magazine, here. Continue reading No Movement Without A Beginning
Designed for a young audience, Spin, Stamp, Story tells the history of the North Indian dance form, kathak, through interactive storytelling and dance. Starting in the Mughal courts of the 16th century, dancer and historian Arpita Bajpeyi follows the changing story of who danced kathak, and where, up until the present day. Over the course of one hour, Spin, Stamp, Story will show you how kathak’s … Continue reading Spin, Stamp, Story!
My essay for barefoot philosophers is up on their newly launched website! You can read ‘Past Moments, Present Stories: History as Performance’ here. Continue reading Past Moments, Present Stories
I’ll be reading an excerpt of my personal essay “Entanglements of Brass and Thread and Skin,” and other work featured in Canthius 06, alongside some of the authors and poets published in the issue. Drop by and say ‘hi!’ Continue reading Reading – Canthius Issue 6 Launch
My first piece for the newly launched kaur.space magazine, where I am a contributing author. This piece, which takes up the question of responsible representation in two ‘classical’ dance forms — ballet and bharatanatyam — is a member article. Continue reading Art for Art’s Sake?