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In remembrance – Kekoo Gandhy

by Manisha Gera Baswani There are days in ones’ lives that stay etched in our hearts. One such day for me was an afternoon I spent with Kekoo and Khorshed Gandhy at their historic home in Bandra. It was here that Kekoo was born, had taken his first steps into the world, grown into a […]

Fly on the Wall #6

by Manisha Gera Baswani Circles represent the cyclical essence of Indian view of life. Things evolve and return in a timeless dance – much like water in the river. I see it everywhere – in individual evolution where one is constantly learning to unlearn. In relationships, where one is constantly defining the other through who […]

FLY ON THE WALL #5

by Manisha Gera Baswani When we view  sunrise or a great work of art, Chitrasutra says, we experience beauty (ananda) as we let dissolve our identities and attachments; and become one with the object of beauty. It is a moment that bestows on us the grace that underlies the whole creation. Art, it said, is […]