Brushstrokes on Canvas – Simmran Agarwal

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Colours of Earth

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Nature As It Is – Shubhi Saini

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The Relationship between Nature and Indian Classical Dance – Aliyah Banerjee and Ishita Gupta

Expression in Indian classical dance is one of its foremost characteristics, and one of the most prominent themes depicted by the classical forms is that of nature. The forms of Kathak, Odissi, Bharatanatyam, Kathakali, Kuchipudi, Manipuri, Mohiniyattam, and Satriya all…

Shades and Shadows – Stuti

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Comic Corner – Manasvee Sharma

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Snapshots

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Some of the content in this issue may be potentially triggering for certain audiences. Please proceed with caution and as per your capacity. Moreover, we recommend contacting a clinical professional if you find yourself deeply relating to some of the more serious works or generally in a poor mental condition. Please consider contacting any of the lines provided below if you are unable to find a specific professional. If you’re from a different country, we recommend dialling your respective mental health and related helplines as soon as possible.

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Perception

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Pen on Paper

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Snapshots – Ayushi Jain

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