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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Shruti Ravindran

Articles by Shruti Ravindran

How To Eat Words

How To Eat Words

May 10, 2010 Shruti Ravindran

India sees an explosion in culinary writing: an epicure’s paradise awaits

Capital Mascara

Capital Mascara

Apr 12, 2010 Shruti Ravindran

Has the city lost its priorities in the rush for cosmetic nirvana?

Training At T-Point

Training At T-Point

Apr 12, 2010 Shruti Ravindran

Auto drivers, bus drivers, cabbies get a quick souse in good manners

Ether Music

Ether Music

Mar 01, 2010 Shruti Ravindran

Online classical lessons have restored the guru-shishya harmony across continents

Papier Marches

Papier Marches

Feb 01, 2010 Shruti Ravindran

Is the Republic Day parade conceptually too frozen in the ’50s?

Six Foot Song

Six Foot Song

Jan 18, 2010 Shruti Ravindran

The Sarus crane finds an unlikely haven—in western UP

See No Squalor

See No Squalor

Dec 07, 2009 Debarshi Dasgupta

Delhi draws a curtain on slums and beggars

Did You Dream In Colour?

Did You Dream In Colour?

Dec 07, 2009 Shruti Ravindran

Pale ghosts from India as it was a century ago; their preternaturalness further enhanced by their clear,...

Natural Highs

Natural Highs

Nov 23, 2009 Shruti Ravindran

Too many people equate organic food with patchouli-scented pot-smokers listening to Pete Seeger and talking...

My Own Little Louvre

My Own Little Louvre

Nov 23, 2009 Shruti Ravindran

Collectors are sharing their often idiosyncratic visions with others in private museums

Kings Of Xeroxia

Kings Of Xeroxia

Nov 09, 2009 Shruti Ravindran

Why are we still emulating colonial structures? Where are our starchitects?

Spotted: Lean Cat Rerun

Spotted: Lean Cat Rerun

Oct 05, 2009 Shruti Ravindran

Hunted out from Indian grasslands, the cheetah may tear across the landscape again

Lounge Life

Lounge Life

Sep 21, 2009 Shruti Ravindran

If you like your coffee not doled out by a charmless chain store, and birdsong, not boybands, chirping in...

Life’s A Proscenium

Life’s A Proscenium

Sep 21, 2009 Shruti Ravindran

A school is turning dropouts into Kattaikuttu performers

Berry Addictive

Berry Addictive

Aug 31, 2009 Shruti Ravindran

Judging from the feeding frenzy I was witness to, the “taste that launched a thousand parking tickets” is...

The Past Is Still Present

The Past Is Still Present

Aug 24, 2009 Shruti Ravindran

National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry got hooked on India on his first trip in 1978. He’s not been...

That’s What I Used To Do

That’s What I Used To Do

Aug 10, 2009 Shruti Ravindran

An exhibition by photographer Clare Arni freezes in frames trades dying in the onslaught of mechanised...

Drunk On Dimsums

Drunk On Dimsums

Jun 15, 2009 Shruti Ravindran

Nothing about this year-old haute-Chinese restaurant suggests 'cheap', but they do do a mean value-for-money...

Virgin In The Woods

Virgin In The Woods

Jun 15, 2009 Shruti Ravindran

Fragile, mysterious, rare Indian orchids come under threat

Writ In Electrons

Writ In Electrons

Jun 01, 2009 Shruti Ravindran

Will history be the poorer in this age of e-mail & Twitter?