In a different take, Prime Minister Narendra Modi shoots a picture of a tiger during a Jungle Safari at Nandan Van in Naya Raipur, Nov. 1. (PTI/Twitter)

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Through art, performance and masterful storytelling, this new exhibition brings love, bravery, friendship and fiery battle to life. Countless generations have grown up with this extraordinary tale, also known as the epic Ramayana (Rama’s Journey). By exploring the key characters of this beloved classic, the exhibition immerses visitors in the enduring appeal of Rama: the legendary prince; Sita: his long-suffering love; Hanuman: their faithful monkey lieutenant; and Ravana: the ten-headed king of the demons, whose abduction of Sita sets the drama in motion. Siliconeer presents a curtain raiser.

It is heartening to note that the Indian economy is performing well in certain sectors, where supply exceeds demand, where the consumer is calling the shots, writes Siddharth Srivastava.

The morning after the immense lighting and fireworks night, India, already reeling with a severe air pollution problem, woke up to unclean, choking airs whose quality dipped to dangerous levels that harm respiratory health in normal people and severely debilitate those with illnesses, writes Priyanka Bhardwaj.

President Barack Obama celebrated Diwali by lighting a diya in the Oval Office of the White House for the first time and hoped that his successors would continue the tradition, writes Lalit K. Jha. A Diwali diya was lit at the UN headquarters, also for the first time amid a celebration of Indian culture and heritage as the festival continued to light up the world body, writes Yoshita Singh.

In this month’s business feature, as ousted Tata Group Chairman Cyrus Mistry stepped up attack, Ratan Tata hit back, saying his removal was “absolutely necessary” for the future success of the Tata Group.

In this month’s sports feature, favorites, India prevailed 3-2 over archrivals Pakistan, to reclaim the Asian Champions Trophy hockey in a thrilling summit showdown, presenting a perfect Diwali gift to the nation in Kuantan, Malaysia. Also, the Indian women’s hockey team lifted its maiden Asian Champions Trophy after Deepika Thakur struck in the final minute to give her team a thrilling 2-1 win over China in the finals.

Actively managed funds are designed to allow much more latitude to the fund manager on how they invest. The possibilities of what the manager can invest in are typically very broad. The biggest drawback is that history informs us that very few active managers consistently outperform the broad market, writes Arjun Oza.

What impressed him the most, was how music brings people together and creates a rainbow of color dancing to this carefree music. Zydeco is the music of New Orleans played by the ethnic-mix Creole community of this fabled city, writes our travel and lifestyle editor Al Auger.

Siliconeer wishes all readers a happy thanksgiving and four more years of good presidency.