Articles by Arshia Dhar
Soni spent years as an undocumented immigrant, then became a labour organiser. He is now the author of a taut true-life thriller about a human-trafficking scam.
... aka, how to shut down a bitchy comment, and stop random meanness in its tracks
Brands are big on handing out skin and make-up samples. You just need to ask. Plan it well and you could even be welcomed back for more
Big eyes, spiky hair, crazy plots and characters that refuse to die. Get a start into great manga books here
It’s never lupus. But medical dramas love tumours, sudden deaths, even zombies. Here are their favourites
The designers have shown Indian women how to holiday in style. Their own vacays are epic, gathering inspiration at every destination
If you can afford it, if airlines allow it, why not carry everything you want? Holidays are about indulgence, not making do with less
Divrina Dhingra's debut work traces India’s affection for certain aromas through millennia. Highlights include intricate myths, links to ancient Greece and Rome
Shreya Dhanwanthary has played real-life heroines and make-believe molls. But underneath it all, she’s just a geek, hoping to inherit the Earth
Get your house in order. From Brutalism and terrazzo to Japandi and fluting, these styles are trending now
Deaths, doppelgangers, ghosts, fathers, imaginary friends, magicians and a sled. Lean in and enjoy a world in which there are only so many ways to twist a tale
They were everywhere. We got obsessed. We moved on. 10 images that didn’t break the internet after all
Get off the couch. Here’s every hack to help you take your first steps towards starting a fitness regimen
In Hanle, Cherrapunji, the Valley of Flowers, the numbers are getting more dramatic, the impact more severe. Take a tour, and see which destinations are next.
For Poorna Jagannathan, fame was never the end goal. Now that she’s tasted success, playing a feisty mom on Never Have I Ever, she’s realigning her priorities
Why is he still so intrigued by opium? ‘The plant has consistently out-thought, out-manoeuvred us,’ he says. ‘It's still playing a role in how history unfolds.’
Updated on Jul 17, 2023 01:26 PM IST
Sattriya is a vibrant, ancient classical form from Assam. But it was only recently recognised by the Sangeet Natak Akademi and is still struggling to find space on the national stage.
Updated on Jul 21, 2018 09:29 AM IST