An assortment of PeeVee’s photography at the Bengaluru Poetry Festival, 2019.
Reminiscing the various authors we have had the chance to interact with over the past years.
Tuhin Bhowal and Sourav Roy go on a photo-walk – Ramazan Food Trail covering Mosque Road, Frazer Town.
“One of the main reasons for LPB’s popularity is that it is a non-judgemental platform for anyone interested in poetry,” writes Sonali Bhatia.
“I noticed that besides curiosity, there was a sense of apprehension in their voices, a freckle of insecurity, a tinge of fear,” writes Tuhin.
“The djembe is a unique instrument in that both treble and base are found on the same surface,” writes Sonali Bhatia.
“Large numbers people from all walks of life turn up for this unique event,” writes Bishweshwar
When over 100 artists from all across Karnataka stood united against hatred.
Glimpses from a workshop conducted by Kalyanaraman Durgadas, organised by Bengaluru Review.
A glimpse into the beautiful, energy-packed world of art that Chitra Santhe creates every year.