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  • Baba Satyanarayan Mouryaji inspired the students of Heritage to contribute for Mother India

    On 9th September 2011, the students and the faculty members of Heritage Group of Institutions, Kolkata got the opportunity to listen to eminent writer, poet and painter Baba Satyanarayan Mouryaji and his compiled international play “Bharat Mata ki Aarti” in the Multiplex simulated auditorium of the Heritage campus. Baba Satyanarayan Mouryaji is known for his […]

    Incentive Foundation Presents Sculptures from Tengenenge, Zimbabwe

    There is a magical land of woods and wild animals, of mountains and crashing waterfalls, of singing streams and green grassy slopes. This land, in the North of Zimbabwe, called Tengenenge or the `beginning of the beginning’, is where the story of these sculptures began. Sculpted from the stone called serpentine (found at a depth of […]

    The Harmony Art Show 2011 Fabular Bodies: New Narratives in the Art of the Miniature

    by NR INDRAN Mumbai: Distinguished art historian B N Goswamy inaugurates The Harmony Art Show 2011, Fabular Bodies: New Narratives in the Art of the Miniature, on 5 August 2011, at Coomaraswamy Hall, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (formerly The Prince of Wales Museum of Western India). The show, which has been curated by independent […]

    Hyderabad based artist Snehlata Prasad wows art aficionados

    Hyderabad:  Hyderabad painter Snehlata Prasad wowed art critics with her maiden solo art exhibition, Blossming Blues being held at Lalit Kala Akadamai. Inaugurated by Arjun Prajapati( Padmashree), Snehlata’s exhibition consists of paintings of women in different attires and moods depicting myriad situations. Using acrylic paint she has come up with some stunning visuals on canvas, […]

    Copal presents XIX Copal Dialogue on Subodh Gupta’s Art

    New Delhi: Copal Art, India’s leading art advisory art bank, announces the 19th Copal Dialogue on artist Subodh Gupta’s art work ‘Very Hungry God’ on Saturday, July 30, 2011 at 6:30pm at the India International Centre Annexe. S. Kalidas, a specialist in modern and contemporary art, will be the speaker and commentator. The talk will […]

    KHOJ presents Play @ Khirkee

    New Delhi:  KHOJ Studios presents Play @ Khirkee, an interactive talk and presentation on the importance of ‘playing in children’, especially in the semi-urban bylanes of Khirkee village, by curator Sudeshna Chatterjee followed by a discussion on the same on July 23, 2011 at 6 p.m. at KHOJ Studios, Khirkee Extn, New Delhi. The project […]

    Prince Charles unveils bust of Tagore in UK

    A bust of Rabindranath Tagore, the Indian Nobel laureate poet, writer and philosopher was unveiled by Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, in London’s Gordon Square on Thursday. The Tagore Centre UK, which holds the only collection of Tagore’s work in Europe, organised the campaign to install a bust in the centre of London […]

    Bind. Compose. Celebrate

    Mumbai: — “Albela sajan ayo re yeri sakhi man ata sukh payo re…” Most people relate to this excerpt as a song from the film ‘ Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam’ But this is a well-known traditional bandish composed by Manrang (early 18th century). The lyrics describe “the joy brought in by the arrival of the beloved”, […]

    A devotional tribute to a legend

    Mumbai: Bolava Vitthal is a unique concert of abhangs and devotional songs dedicated to Lord Panduranga on the eve of Ashadi Ekadashi.From the 12th to 19th century, many great saints including Sant Dyaneshwar, Sant Tukaram, Sant Gora Kumbhar, and Sant Janabai penned many abhangs devoted to Lord Panduranga. Pancham Nishad Creatives flags off Bolava Vitthal, a […]