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anxiety, communication, ecology, everyday life, Hinduism, nature, people, spirituality
genre (subgenre):
Film (roadmovie)
Media Arts (Internet, video)
Performing Arts (education, general, performance)
Visual Arts (curating art, education, environmental art, text)
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Visiting Arts

Divya Bhatia is a versatile creative professional, with skills and experience in many arts disciplines. He lives and works in Mumbai as an Artistic Consultant and Theatre Producer. From 1983, he lived abroad for five years, studying in the UK and Canada. At present he is Joint Festival Director...

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Hinduism, religion, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (artefact, sculpture)
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Visiting Arts

Biswajit Chakraborty was born in 1966 and lives and works in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. He has worked freelance with the Crafts Council of West Bengal since 1984 as a field worker, promoting rural craftspeople. As an artist, he is assistant sculptor to Nemai Chandra Paul, helping the master...

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betrayal, conflict, dream, Hinduism, imagination, lifestyle, longing, love, money, power, status
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Film (action film, bollywood, commercial film, documentary, melodrama, music film, romance)
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Yash Chopra is the godfather of Indian film-industry. He is the only director of the older brigade of filmmakers who has successfully moved with the times right from his first film Dhool ka Phool (1959) to his latest film Dil to Paagal Hai (1997). He is even today regarded as one of the hippest...

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Yash Chopra

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crossroads:
censorship, gender, Hinduism, identity, post modernity, post-colonialism
genre (subgenre):
Written and spoken word (anthology, criticism, essay, novel, short story, story)
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House of World Cultures

Githa Hariharan´s literary career began with her winning the Commonwealth Writers´ Prize for her first work, The Thousand Faces of Night, in 1993. ´Githa Hariharan´s prose is just wonderful - subtle, humorous and tender at the same time´ wrote the Indo-English star author Michael Ondaatje about the...

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Crossroads:
Gender, Hinduismus, Identität, Postkolonialismus, Postmoderne, Zensur
Genre (Subgenres):
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Anthologie, Erzählung, Essay, Kritik, Kurzgeschichte, Roman)

Githa Hariharans literarische Karriere begann, als ihr Erstlingswerk „The Thousand Faces of Night“ 1993 auf Anhieb den Commonwealth Writers Prize gewann. „Githa Hariharans Prosa ist einfach wunderbar – subtil, humorvoll und zartfühlend zugleich“, schrieb der indo-englische Starautor Michael...

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Githa Hariharan

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crossroads:
Hinduism, spirituality, vitality
genre (subgenre):
Music (Baul music, ethnic, Fakir)
Performing Arts (dance, dance / Chhau, education, martial arts, Masks)
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BSCC

"I do not obey any master or order. Man-made distinctions don’t affect me. Love knows no separation, but only the meeting of hearts forever. That is why, brother, I have become a crazy Baul."

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 Milón Méla

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Hinduism, mysticism, religion, spirituality, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (artefact, painting, sculpture)
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Visiting Arts

Born into a family of traditional clay image makers in West Bengal, Nemai Chandra Paul has taken the artform to a high level. He started work under his grandfather and father when he was eight years old, making his first image when he was ten. He works internationally and has run successful...

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crossroads:
eroticism, Hinduism, philosophy, religion
genre (subgenre):
Written and spoken word (general)
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International Festival of Literature Berlin (ilb)

Lee Siegel was born in Los Angeles, California, in 1945. He studied comparative literature at the University of California in Berkeley and fine arts at Columbia University in New York. After completing his doctoral dissertation in the field of Sanskrit at Oxford University, he was hired by the...

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deutsch
Crossroads:
Erotik, Hinduismus, Philosophie, Religion
Genre (Subgenres):
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (allgemein)

1945 in Los Angeles geboren, wuchs Lee Siegel in Beverley Hills auf, wo er auch seine ersten Träume von Indien träumte. Zum Studium ging er an die University of California in Berkeley und an die Columbia University, ehe er in Oxford das Studium der Indischen Religionswissenschaft...

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crossroads:
globalisation, Hinduism, identity, Islam, post-colonialism
genre (subgenre):
Written and spoken word (column, essay, short story, story, translation)
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House of World Cultures

German text version only

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other language:
deutsch
Crossroads:
Globalisierung, Hinduismus, Identität, Islam, Postkolonialismus
Genre (Subgenres):
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Übersetzung, Erzählung, Essay, Kolumne, Kurzgeschichte)

Paul Zacharia, geboren 1945, ist einer der bekanntesten Autoren des südindischen Bundesstaates Kerala. Im Gegensatz zu Arundhati Roy oder Salman Rushdie publiziert er nicht auf Englisch sondern in seiner Muttersprache Malayalam. Literarisch hat er sich vor allem im Bereich der Kurzgeschichte...

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