This Dussehra, we are happy to announce the launch of a new digital platform Creative India.
While India’s diverse and rich civilisational heritage always found resonance across the world, the over whelming response to the recent UN sponsored International Yoga day supported by 177 countries revealed the true extent of India’s cultural outreach. Creative India believes that through such strategic and targeted institutional and individual interventions, we can further extend and deepen this outreach.
As one such initiative, www.creativeindiamag.com aims to be a premier global platform for Indian art and culture targeted both at Indian and non-Indian readers. We seek to create, curate and co-publish content that highlights the preservation and promotion of various facets of art and culture within India and across the world. Global outreach being the focus, our news and commentary will cover non-Indians who seek to study, learn, collect or simply enjoy our art and culture. Similarly, we will be featuring Indians who are engaging with global audiences through their craft. Lastly but most importantly, our coverage will include arts and crafts that are yet to receive the recognition they deserve.
For initial ease of operations, we have classified our content into 12 broad verticals -- visual arts, performing arts, literature, handicrafts, cuisine, ayurveda, tourism, design, yoga, spirituality, films and commentary.
Swarajya (www.swarajyamag.com) will co-publish / cross promote our content and will be our technical partner.
- Sumati Mehrishi, Editor, Creative India.