Winner (2nd Runners Up) of Durga Puja Art Contest 2k20- Naina Agarwal

As most of you must know, WeekendTrivia hosts an annual Durga Puja contest every year and this year the contest was divided into two categories – Photography and Art. We received an overwhelming response from all of you and we are immensely grateful for that. Today we are interviewing the Winner – 1st Runners up of the Art category: Naina Agarwal. You can follow her … Continue reading Winner (2nd Runners Up) of Durga Puja Art Contest 2k20- Naina Agarwal

Winner (1st Runners Up) of Durga Puja Art Contest 2k20- Vartika Pandey

As most of you must know, WeekendTrivia hosts an annual Durga Puja contest every year and this year the contest was divided into two categories – Photography and Art. We received overwhelming response from all of you and we are immensely grateful for that. Today we are interviewing the Winner – 1st Runners up of the Art category : Vartika Pandey. You can follow her … Continue reading Winner (1st Runners Up) of Durga Puja Art Contest 2k20- Vartika Pandey

Getting to Know Watercolour artist – Aiswarya (@artogramer.ash)

It is said that Art is like poetry that enriches the soul, connects one to its deeper realizations and awakens the soul to a higher perspective. In the words of the master Leonardo Da Vinci, “A painter should begin every canvas with a wash of black because all things in nature are dark except where exposed by the light“ With changing times, Art is not … Continue reading Getting to Know Watercolour artist – Aiswarya (@artogramer.ash)

Getting to Know Mandala Artist – Madhusuja S.

It is said that Art is like poetry that enriches the soul, connects one to its deeper realizations and awakens the soul to a higher perspective. In the words of the master Leonardo Da Vinci, “A painter should begin every canvas with a wash of black because all things in nature are dark except where exposed by the light“ With changing times, Art is not … Continue reading Getting to Know Mandala Artist – Madhusuja S.

The Quintessential Kolkata Book Fair

If you reside in West Bengal and you happen to love books, (which happens more often than not) then you are sure in a habit to visit the annual International Kolkata Book Fair ( officially Antarjatik Kolkata Boimela) and that sort of forms an essential part of your winter season. The International Kolkata Bookfair is renowned not only in Bengal but worldwide because it happens to … Continue reading The Quintessential Kolkata Book Fair

Colours of NorthEast India Woven into Fabric- Ilika by Pallavita

Being an entrepreneur, being the master of your work is something we all desire secretly. Very few of us are able to live the dream we want to. And on top of that being able to work with something that you love is an added bonus. That is just how Ilika was born. Ilika is a manifestation of a dream sewn into fabric tales by … Continue reading Colours of NorthEast India Woven into Fabric- Ilika by Pallavita

Witness Durga Puja Through WeekendTrivia – Chaturthi

Durga Puja means homecoming for all Bengalis residing far and wide. Irrespective of wherever they are around the globe, this time of the year they all yearn to come back home and celebrate this 10-day of festivities with their near and dear ones. While most of us are able to do that, they are many who are far away from their home and miss Durga … Continue reading Witness Durga Puja Through WeekendTrivia – Chaturthi

Durga’r Rupe Rupantor – Sarees to Flaunt This Durga Puja

We cannot keep calm, because Durga Puja is due for within a fortnight and all we can think, talk and dream about is 4-5 days of insane pandal hopping, gorging down delicious food, flaunting ourselves and getting together with friends and family. As a result, from now on till the Pujas are over, there is going to be a lot of posts related to Durga … Continue reading Durga’r Rupe Rupantor – Sarees to Flaunt This Durga Puja

Agomoni – Embodiment Of The Goddess

The life of Bengalis revolves around one major thing amongst most others predominantly – Durga Puja. While for most others, the annual cycle of the year is January – December, for Bengalis around the world, the annual cycle is from October – September. As it so happens, now that we have entered the second half of August, all Bengalis can think of is Pujo, the … Continue reading Agomoni – Embodiment Of The Goddess