April 6 (newsin.asia) - Avengers:Endgame, the 22nd film in its "Cinematic Universe" has been billed as the culmination of more than a decade’s worth of story lines. The entire cinematic universe has pulled in over $18 billion worldwide, and the last Avengers film generated over $2 billion alone—and left fans with an epic cliff-hanger. Fans in Sri Lanka were eagerly...
A large number of Sri Lankan artists and art lovers thronged the J.D.A.Perera Gallery in Colombo to have a glimpse of the emerging artistic trends in Bangladesh.
In sharp contrast to the situation in the world today, when ethnic and religious groups are at each other's throats, the ancient Gandhara Civilization in Pakistan was a haven of tolerance.
Caparisoned and even non-adorned elephants are a major attraction for curious locals, devotees and tourists, during the Nawam Perehera in Colombo’s Gangaramaya Buddhist temple in February every year.
Every day, various aspects of Chinese culture were exhibited to the delight of locals and tourists from all over the world.
Recalling the words of his father Hafiz Ali Khan that "all of us have a common God and we are a common race", the 73-year-old maestro said, "I wish this message was given by priests of every religion."
The two-time Filmfare Award winner has collaborated with music composer Shani Arshad on a soundtrack of the romantic-drama Bin Roye.
Pakistan Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar ruled on Wednesday that Indian content on Pakistani TV is damaging Pakistani culture
The ancient and gorgeous Kantha quilt embroidery has found its way into various present-day articles of daily use, including sarees, bags, pillow covers, bedspreads and other household articles, writes Dr.Lopamudra Maitra Bajpai.
In her video, Pakistani Bharatanatyam and Odissi dancer Sheema Kermani explains how dance for a woman is a freeing experience. "For me, there is a direct relationship between dance and liberation. When a woman stands on stage to dance what she's saying is: 'Here I am, I'm not ashamed of my body, I am confident and I do not fear...