Bengaluru Review is an online magazine dedicated to art and its many expressions. The magazine publishes reviews of books, poetry, plays, exhibitions, events, art festivals, films, TV series, and documentaries every month. The magazine also has a section dedicated to bhasha, where reviews written in Indian vernacular languages are encouraged.
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