Posts filed under ‘Events and Festivals

Mrinalini Mukherjee – Modern Sculpture and Indian Tradition

For all of those who live in New York, or if you made a trip last year, we hope you did not miss Mrinalini Mukherjee’s latest exhibition, Phenomenal Nature at The Met Breuer. Part of the group of post-independent Indian artists who broke free from… READ MORE >

Jaipur Literature Festival

In January 2020, we accompanied a group to the incredible Jaipur Literary Festival,  hosted by Diggi Palace for the 13th time. A multi-sensory feast of ideas, the festival has grown to become a literary event renowned the world over, attracting over 2000 speakers and millions… READ MORE >

Explore India with celebrity chef Peta Mathias

India Beat loves working with Peta Mathias. Be ready for ten days of fabulous sensory overload with renowned New Zealand food writer Peta Mathias. Discover the very different locations of Jaipur, Goa, Kolkata and Darjeeling. In this land of extremes, Peta’s tour encompasses spicy cooking lessons, magical… READ MORE >

Phenomenal Kochi-Muziris Biennale

  The Kochi-Muziris Biennale is the largest contemporary art event in the whole of Asia and is truly unmissable. Now in its third edition takes its name from two cities; Muziris is an ancient Port which offered harbour to merchant fleets from Greece, Rome, Phoenicia… READ MORE >

India Beat plays Holi!

Holi is the Hindu festival of colour marking the start of spring. It is a public holiday in India and celebrated with much jubilation, typically through a free-for-all carnival of colours which involves the joyous throwing of coloured powder over friends and family. In 2011… READ MORE >

Onam: Kerala’s Biggest Festival

Onam is a festival celebrated all over Kerala which marks the return of the legendary King Mahabali. This year Onam began on the 1st September and lasted for 10 days. Dating from the 9th century the festival is one of the highlights of the year… READ MORE >

Ganesh’s Birthday

Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the biggest Hindu festivals of the year; Ganesh’s birthday. Across India millions of devotees flock to Ganesh temples to worship and receive blessings for the coming year. Ganesh is the Hindu God of beginnings and good luck, so is often referred… READ MORE >

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