The Monocle Arts Review

Sunday Brunch 15: ‘Illuminating India’

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19 November 2017

57 minutes

We head to London’s Science Museum to find out how India has influenced science and technology over the course of 5,000 years. Plus: Monocle 24’s Rhys James reveals his favourite record, Sophie Walker expresses her love for Japanese gardens and we try some Greek culinary delights with restaurant Meraki.

19 November 2017

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‘Illuminating India’

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With the help of a new exhibition at London’s Science Museum, we find out how India has influenced science and technology for 5,000 years.

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Monocle 24’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco tries some Greek food with the executive chef at London’s Meraki.

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‘Illuminating India’With the help of a new exhibition at London’s Science Museum, we find out how India has influenced science and technology for 5,000 years.00:01:1600:11:57No4Midori House Mixtape: Rhys JamesThe Monocle 24 senior producer tells us about his favourite record.00:12:0400:22:27No22Centre for LondonWe get an update from the politically independent think-tank.00:22:3500:31:22No16Weekend Read: Sophie WalkerWe look at new book ‘The Japanese Garden’.00:31:3000:37:23No18Paper Review: Jonathan FenbyWe leaf through a hefty stack of the weekend’s papers.00:38:1700:49:36No13MerakiMonocle 24’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco tries some Greek food with the executive chef at London’s Meraki.00:49:4400:56:53No6

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