EVENTS

DANCE - Woman Warriors of India

Presenting the portraiture of four brave women. includes Dakshina Vaidyanathan Baghel as , Shivaranjani Harish as Poorna Acharya as and Vidha Lal as

10th Jan,2019

MUSIC - IHC LOHRI CELEBRATIONS composer-poet & vocalist Madan Gopal Singh

By composer-poet & vocalist Madan Gopal Singh; guitarist and banjo player Deepak Castelino; sarod player Pritam Ghosal and percussionist Amjad Khan. Followed by a concert by vocalist, Vidya Shah. The evening concludes with a performance by guest artiste-pop sensation, Jasbir Jassi

13th Jan,2019

The Aana Jaana exhibition presents different perspectives of Delhis urban mobility generated by young women living in Delhis urban peripheries



01st Jan,2019

MUSIC & TALK : Listen, Share and Discuss. A lecture and demonstration by Ghazal vocalist Dr. Radhika Chopra

MUSIC & TALK - IHC MUSIC CLUB: Listen, Share and Discuss. A lecture and demonstration by Ghazal vocalist Dr. Radhika Chopra on Ghazal as a genre

11th Jan,2019

MUSIC - Pt. Kashi Nath Khandekar Memorial Concert. Tabla solo by Pt. Sanju Sahai

MUSIC - Pt. Kashi Nath Khandekar Memorial Concert. Tabla solo by Pt. Sanju Sahai from the Benaras Gharana, accompanied by Dr. Vinay Mishra on Harmonium

15th Jan,2019

Film Club Screening - The Absence Trilogy: A Tribute to Mrinal Sen. Mrinal Sens films



16th Jan,2019

THEATRE - Dastan-e-Raag Darbari (Hindustani/120mins with interval). Performed by Mahmood Farooqui & Darain Shahidi



19th Jan,2019

DANCE - Yatra - A solo Odissi performance by Sanchita Roy



21st Jan,2019

DANCE - Bharatanatyam by Elina Abakarova Nischal. Collab. Embassy of Ukraine

DANCE - Vande Padmanabham - Stories of Lord Vishnu performed in Bharatanatyam by Elina Abakarova Nischal. Collab. Embassy of Ukraine

25th Jan,2019

Talk: by Scholar Krishna Kant on Indian culture, heritage and the epics

TALK - Nashist. Wise Otherwise with Vedanta scholar Krishna Kant, known for his contemporary analysis of Mahabharata and the Ramayana. He will speak on Indian culture, heritage and the epics. Followed by an interactive session. Concept: K.K. Kohli. Collab. Impresario Asia

27th Jan,2019

Doc Film - DanzLenz screening of films on dance. Nirvana Through Dance - a film on Kathak maestro, Pt. Durga Lal and Kathakar



29th Jan,2019

Roaring Sea Still Mind - A solo sculptures, Sculptures, Paintings,



18th Jan,2019

Film on the life of Sant Gadge Baba

Film Club Screening - Devaki Nandan Gopala (Marathi with Eng subtitles/1977/150mins). Dir. Rajdutt. Cast: Dr. Shriram Lagoo, Asha Potdar, Suhasini Deshpande. The film is based on the life of Sant Gadge Baba, a social worker who achieved greatness and fame because of his devotion and dedication to the service of the poor. A restored version of the classic film. Collab. National Film Archive of India

28th Jan,2019

DANCE - Yakshagana Festival. A performance by Kuchipudi Dance Academy

DANCE - Yakshagana Festival. A performance by Kuchipudi Dance Academy under the direction of Guru Jayarama Rao, followed by a Yakshagana Dance Ballet by Guru Vedantam Ramaliga Sastry from Kuchipudi Village of Andhra Pradeshrn

30th Jan,2019

Sufiana Rang Season 5 (Sufi Festival)

Sufiana Rang Season 5 (Sufi Festival) Sabri Sufi Brothers (Ajmer) and kanwer Grewal (Punjab); Sufi Hayat Brothers (Delhi); Sabri Brothers (Jaipur)

12th Jan,2019

\'Antarang\' - a kathak recital

'Antarang' - a kathak recital about Guru Shishya Parampara

16th Jan,2019

Talk on Frontiers of History

Talk by Jeniffer Dubrow on Frontiers of History

18th Jan,2019

\'Raavan ki Ramayan\' a Hindi Play

'Raavan ki Ramayan' a Hindi Play starring Puneet Issar as Ravan

27th Jan,2019

\"Arya Utsav - Celebrating Dard Aryans of Ladakh\" with exhibition, performances, film, lectures

"Arya Utsav - Celebrating Dard Aryans of Ladakh" with exhibition, performances, film, lectures

16th Jan,2019

Classical Concepts: Solo Tabla recital by Hitendra Shrivastava

Classical Concepts presents Solo Tabla recital by Hitendra Shrivastava Followed by Sitar recital by Dr. Gopal Shah

19th Jan,2019

FILMS ON WILDLIFE AND ENVIRONMENT

Mucking up the Mediterranean (52 min; dvd; English)

19th Jan,2019

INDIAN ARCHAEOLOGY

Illustrated lecture by Dr. P.K. Misra, Director, World Heritage, Archaeological Survey of India

21st Jan,2019

Old Delhi Urbanism: Reflections from an Artists Lens



01st Jan,2019

Hindustani Classical Vocal recital by Ustad Raja Miyan

IHC Morning Ragas. Hindustani Classical Vocal recital by Ustad Raja Miyan rnrn

20th Jan,2019

Anaahat Music Festival Hindustani Vocal recital by Akhil Kumar Das

Anaahat Music Festival Hindustani Vocal recital by Akhil Kumar Das, followed by a Thumri Recital by Samina De and a light music performance by the students of Pt. Shrikant Bakre Sangeet Vidya Mandir.

20th Jan,2019

Habitat Photosphere - curated by Dr Alka Pande.

Habitat Photosphere - The second edition of Habitat Photosphere festival is conceptualised and curated by Dr Alka Pande.

01st Jan,2019

Exhibition of Photos, Videos & Audios by Aarti Singh & Jake Naughton

The Pulitzer Center, from Washington DC presents a group exhibition of Photos, Videos & Audios by Aarti Singh & Jake Naughton Both Sides of the Veil: Living and Loving in Queer India

07th Jan,2019

Solo painting exhibition by Alka Sengar

Divinity with Eternity - Solo painting exhibition by Alka Sengar

19th Jan,2019

Solo Odissi performance by Sanchita Roy



21st Jan,2019

Solo painting exhibition by Astha Gandhi

Amarae - Solo painting exhibition by Astha Gandhirn

22nd Jan,2019

Music: SAAZ RANG. An Indo-Japanese instrumental collaboration by Arunangshu and friends

SAAZ RANG. An Indo-Japanese instrumental collaboration by Arunangshu and friends. Featuring Yoshida Daikiti, Takuya Iida, Sujay Chakrabarty, Dipankar Roy Chowdhury, Mintal Gazi and Saubhagya Gandharv

22nd Jan,2019

The White Saree: Dance Darma - Vayam

The White Saree: Dance Darma - Vayam

18th Jan,2019

Motly Inc Art Therapy Session

Motly Inc Art Therapy Session

19th Jan,2019

Jazz - Working title

Jazz - Working title

18th Jan,2019

Let\'s Weave \'em - Art of Weaving

Let's Weave 'em - Art of Weaving

19th Jan,2019

Gond Art Coaster making Workshop

Gond Art Coaster making Workshop

19th Jan,2019

Gurgaon Children\'s Literature Festival 2019

Gurgaon Children's Literature Festival 2019

19th Jan,2019

TuneIn - A fun afternoon with music and colors

TuneIn - A fun afternoon with music and colors

20th Jan,2019

Dastaan Live - Rock

Dastaan Live - Rock

20th Jan,2019

Parchment Craft + Galaxy Mandala Workshop

Parchment Craft + Galaxy Mandala Workshop

20th Jan,2019

Professional Bakery Workshop

Professional Bakery Workshop

21st Jan,2019

Gurgaon Children\'s Literature Festival 2019

Gurgaon Children's Literature Festival 2019

19th Jan,2019

Akhil Sachdeva with Nasha Live

Akhil Sachdeva with Nasha Live

18th Jan,2019

DJs Mount Kimbie & BLOT

DJs Mount Kimbie & BLOT

20th Jan,2019

Joint Effort - Thursday Live!

Hard Rock Cafe: Gurgaon

24th Jan,2019

Zee Jaipur Lit Fest

Zee Jaipur Lit Fest

24th Jan,2019

ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival:Delegate Experience

ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival:Delegate Experience

24th Jan,2019

Chasing Laika - Thursday Live!

Chasing Laika - Thursday Live!, Jazz, Pop

24th Jan,2019

Contemporary ceramics with Chinese and Japanese glazes

Contemporary ceramics with Chinese and Japanese glazes by Nandita Jain Mahajan

24th Jan,2019

Astha\' - Rasaavali

Astha' - Rasaavali - Dance programme

20th Jan,2019

APNE APNE DAAV

APNE APNE DAAV - Play in Hindi

21st Jan,2019

DHARMYUDH

DHARMYUDH -Play in Hindi

22nd Jan,2019

BHAGAVADAJJUKAM

BHAGAVADAJJUKAM - Play in Hindi

23rd Jan,2019

16 AANE ZINDAGI

16 AANE ZINDAGI - Play in Hindi

24th Jan,2019

PREM KABOOTAR



26th Jan,2019

AN EVENING WITH BHRASTACHAR

AN EVENING WITH BHRASTACHAR - Play in Hindi

27th Jan,2019

Parvati Valley Kasol & Tosh Trip With Trance DJ Night

Parvati Valley Kasol & Tosh Trip With Trance DJ Night

24th Jan,2019

Niazi Nizami Brothers - An Evening of Sufi Qawwali

Niazi Nizami Brothers - An Evening of Sufi Qawwali

25th Jan,2019

The Piano Man presents Bhavya Raj Experience

The Piano Man presents Bhavya Raj Experience

25th Jan,2019

Theatre and Camera Acting Workshop by Atul Koushik

Theatre and Camera Acting Workshop by Atul Koushik

26th Jan,2019

Tribute to Bryan Adams feat. Rock Tree

Tribute to Bryan Adams feat. Rock Tree

31st Jan,2019

WB & The Prophets of Rock

WB & The Prophets of Rock

31st Jan,2019

The Piano Man Presents (Working Title)

The Piano Man Presents (Working Title)

31st Jan,2019

The 2nd Edition Of The Irregulars Art Fair

The 2nd Edition Of The Irregulars Art Fair

31st Jan,2019

India Art Fair 2019

India Art Fair 2019

31st Jan,2019

Imperfecto Presents Sukhbir Singh Performing Live

Imperfecto Presents Sukhbir Singh Performing Live

01st Feb,2019

The Piano Man Jazz Club, Delhi

Music Shows

01st Feb,2019

Times Green Wheels Bike Festival Season 4

Times Green Wheels Bike Festival Season 4

01st Feb,2019

The Lil Flea - fashion and shopping

The Lil Flea - fashion and shopping

01st Feb,2019

Kukdukoo Lit Fest 2019

Kukdukoo Lit Fest 2019: Exhibition - Books And Literature

02nd Feb,2019

Alfaaz Ka Safar

Alfaaz Ka Safar - Poetry

12th Feb,2019

Alfaaz Ka Safar

Alfaaz Ka Safar - Poetry

13th Feb,2019

The Sufi Route 2019

The Sufi Route 2019 - Sufi/ Hindi

09th Feb,2019

India Design ID 2019

India Design ID 2019: Exhibition - Arts & Crafts

12th Feb,2019

Rann Utsav

Rann Utsav = Desert Festival

01st Nov,2018

IDP`s Australian Education Fair

IDP`s Australian Education Fair

17th Jan,2019

Weekend Organic Market

Weekend Organic Market

19th Jan,2019

Meghalaya & Assam Backpacking Trip

Meghalaya & Assam Backpacking Trip

26th Feb,2019

Vh1 Supersonic Arcade Feat. Marshmello - Delhi

Vh1 Supersonic Arcade Feat. Marshmello - Delhi

16th Feb,2019

Ateliers Weekend Theatre Programme Batch 28



06th Apr,2019

MUSIC \"Mann Tarang\" charity concert is in aid of Girl Child Education

MUSIC "Mann Tarang" charity concert in aid of Girl Child Education

27th Jan,2019

Semi-Classical and Ghazal Recital by Ashutosh Sharma

Semi-Classical and Ghazal Recital by Ashutosh Sharma

27th Jan,2019

The 70th Republic Day Celebrations

The 70th Republic Day Celebrations

25th Jan,2019

Bhavya Raj experience

Bhavya Raj experience - live music

25th Jan,2019

Design X Design - The 9th Annual Exhibition

Design X Design - The 9th Annual Exhibition

24th Jan,2019

SNS Karaoke Night by Prithvi

SNS Karaoke Night by Prithvi

24th Jan,2019

Celebrating Midlife With Lost Radio Duo

Celebrating Midlife With Lost Radio Duo

23rd Jan,2019

Mayank & Bharat Live

Mayank & Bharat Live Music

22nd Jan,2019

\"Between Sight and Insight: Glimpses of Benode Behari Mukherjee (1904-1980)\"



19th Jan,2019

Rerouted Realities solo show by Santosh Kumar Das



10th Jan,2019

Out of Control - Hinglish stand-up comedy show

Out of Control - Hinglish stand-up comedy show - With Shivam Lakhanpal, Gurinder Singh rn

27th Jan,2019

Fresh Thoughts by Kunal Kamra in Noida

'Fresh thoughts.' A show where he brings to you his brand new bits. Come check out the freshest thoughts that are bothering Kunal Kamra from Siachen.

03rd Feb,2019

Book Launch of \"The Chocolate Cake\" by Nikita Tak

You are cordially invited to the launch event of Author Nikita Tak's 2nd book, "The Chocolate Cake". It is a Science fiction plus romance novel.rnrnIt gives 2 important life morals. A page-turner that will Thrill you to bits by imaginary science inventions that will make you fall for hard science fiction literature.rnrnThis is from the author of "The First Sip Of My Morning Coffee"

17th Feb,2019

Ek Aur Gunahon Ka Devta

Story is based on political environment of a village and the life of a local boy Prakash, who saves common villegers from land mafia and a corrupt politician. During all this, he falls in love with Renuka. The story takes a very interesting turn, when the corrupt poltician Jai Chand Chowdhary, who believes in divide and rule policy, enters their life and changes Prakash and Renuka's life forever.rnWill Prakash and Renuka meet their destiny? Will Prakash succeed in his fight agaist the corrupt system & find out why he became the "Gunahon ka Devta".

15th Feb,2019

Annual Gurgaon Trade Fair 2019

Fair will provide a unique opportunity to showcase your products & services to thousands of discerning buyers.

19th Jan,2019

ADAAH - Shopaholic (Spring Edition) Fashion and Lifestyle Exhibition

The largest interactive platform for all Retail Brands, Corporate Companies, Fashion and Lifestyle Brands to promote their brand visibility.

09th Feb,2019

Find Your Inner Peace At Satpura Yoga Safari

To expose you to a mix of yoga and wildlife. One can visit the Panchmarhi Plateau, a wildly beautiful mountain landscape, go on a Forest trail in the Panchmarhi hills opting for a three-day trek with a night stop for gazing at stars. If mountains are not your thing, you can camp beside the banks of the Denwa river, post a thrilling ride on the Dusk Safari.The resort also offers a junior Rangers program to familiarize you with the life in the jungle

24th Jan,2019

Swarovski Designer Jewellery Under 5K!

Abundance of Jewellery items to choose from

02nd Feb,2019

Epic Garhwal Trip

Epic Garhwal Trip

24th Jan,2019

Weekend Theatre Workshop

Theatre Workshop every Saturday & Sunday (weekend)

26th Jan,2019

\"Vanity Fair\" Recent body of works by Bangladeshi artist Tayeba Begum Lipi

"Vanity Fair" Recent body of works by Bangladeshi artist Tayeba Begum Lipi

29th Jan,2019

Tales of Yore A Group Art show

Tales of Yore is a fluent march across the sweep of time, aiming to capture nimble human fancies through emblematic art.

28th Jan,2019

\"Maestros of Motion Media\" show of movie posters, lobby cards and film stills

The exhibition will feature stills, posters and lobby cards from films like Apur Sansar, Agantuk, Jalsha Ghar, Chidiyakhana and more by Ray; Bhuvan Shome by Sen; and Aag, Barsat, Shree 420, Diwana and more by Kapoor.

23rd Jan,2019

Madmaheshwar Community Festival

Home stays, village walks, folk arts, trails; traditional food; farm tours; cooking and handicraft classes

26th Jan,2019

Asian Faridabad Half Marathon 2019

Half Marathon 3 KM to 21.1 KM

17th Feb,2019

Asian Faridabad Half Marathon 2019

Half Marathon 3 KM to 21.1 KM

17th Feb,2019

Amity Gurugram Marathon

Amity Gurugram Marathon previous editions had witnessed huge participation from all age groups & are poised to be among top Marathon events of the country.rn

10th Feb,2019

NSD Final year students present \"BlindSide\" Play

Play based on the novel 'Cut' by Sreemoyee Piu Kundurn

25th Jan,2019

\"Two Fathers\" English Play

Mahatma Gandhi and Albert Einstein had great admiration for each other. They also never met. Until now in this play. Gandhi could not resolve his troubled relationship with his eldest son and Einstein would not even acknowledge his daughter. Until now in this play. rnA play written by Sundar Sarukkai.

27th Jan,2019

KIDS WORKSHOP : Hands On presents \"Luna : The Moon Unveiled\"

KIDS WORKSHOP : Hands On presents "Luna : The Moon Unveiled"

27th Jan,2019

Celebrating Midlife with Lost Radio Duo

Lost Radio will be in the house, and the atmosphere is bound to heat up! The duo performs all-acoustic acts featuring blues, country, and classic rock-retro covers. Sushant and Diyatom also play in the famed band, Big Bang Blues.rnrn

30th Jan,2019

Talent Tent - Dance Open Stage

What's in it for you? - One crew/performer will be picked from the event to work with masters of their dance style on a collab video produced by ATKT.in; - One performer/crew from the event will be selected to be the headliner for the next Dance Open Stage. This event is for dancers under 25. Each slot for the Dance Open Stage is 5 mins. rnrn

28th Jan,2019

Republic Day Celebration

Republic Day Celebration with Folk Dance, adventure activities, animal rides, Food & much more...

26th Jan,2019

Fantastic Fridays with Taantrikz

Taantrikz is known for its versatility and can perform songs of any genre ranging from Jazz, Funk, Reggae, Rock, Country & Rock n Roll music.

25th Jan,2019

The IIC Double Bill Dance Concert

6:00 pm ; Kathak Recital By Aditi Thaplial from Lucknow, disciple of Dr Kumkum Dhar rnFollowed by 7:00 pm : Odissi Recital By Madhyama Segal from Delhi, daughter and disciple of Smt Kiran Segal

28th Jan,2019

The Courtesan Project by Manjari Chaturvedi Uff Malka Jaan & The Velvet Courtesans

This theatrical dance production is the brainchild of Manjari Chaturvedi, it incorporates theatrical story-telling performances by Actor Neesha Singh a well-known name in Bollywood and Dastangoi performance by the first female Dastango of India, Fauzia Dastango and brilliant dance sequences by the world-renowned Maestro Manjari Chaturvedi. rn

27th Jan,2019

Sahapedia & UNESCO presents Storyfic : Mythological Storytelling Workshop

Storyfic : Mythological Storytelling Workshop

08th Feb,2019

A heritage & culture walk in Old Delhi

A heritage & culture walk in Old Delhi

27th Jan,2019

Korean Cultural Centre - With Exhibition \'Displace\'

it explores the place variously referred to as Bengal, East Pakistan or Bangladesh at different points in recent history.

12th Jan,2019

Mosaic Art Workshop

Mosaic Art Workshop

26th Jan,2019

Alcohol Ink on Tile Art Workshop

Alcohol Ink on Tile Art Workshop

02nd Feb,2019

\'HouseFull\' Home Decor Show hosted by Ramola Bachchan

This home decor show features the latest trends in furniture, home accessories, soft furnishing, lighting, rugs, outdoor furniture, artwork, artefacts, gifts and much more.

19th Apr,2019

Rajasthani Folk Painting

A session on understanding the basics of miniature painting from Rajasthan. Get a glimpse of Rajasthani Culture and its art form.

10th Feb,2019

The 30 Something Weirdo : Standup Comedy by Amar

The 30 Something Weirdo- Amar is 30 something, an MBA, a writer, and Stand-Up Comedian. He has been doing comedy for over 4 years after quitting his job and sanity. He jokes about several subjects which drive him mad like Delhi, Gurgaon, women, Start-ups, Politics among others, like his current state of life. Quite a weirdo he is, for his 30 something years. If you have a weirdo in you, come hear him out. He promises to keep you LOling for an hour.rn

27th Jan,2019



01st Jan,1970

\"Bharat Parv\" to celebrate Republic Day

OCCASION "Bharat Parv" to celebrate Republic Day rn

26th Jan,2019

\'HouseFull\' Home Decor Show hosted by Ramola Bachchan

LIFESTYLE EXHIBITION 'HouseFull' Home Decor Show hosted by Ramola Bachchanrnrn

19th Apr,2019

17th Edition of Ishara International Puppet Theatre Festival

17th Edition of Ishara International Puppet Theatre Festival

01st Feb,2019

Life and Legacy of Guru Padmasambhava

Life and Legacy of Guru Padmasambhava

29th Jan,2019

FRONTIERS OF HISTORY Pastoralisms and Civilizations

Speaker: Prof. Thomas R. Trautmann, well-known scholar of Ancient India and Professor Emeritus of History and Anthropology, University of Michigan

01st Feb,2019

Jazz Concert

Presented by working title - David Soin Tappeser (drummer& composer); Gustavo Mezo (pianist); and Theo Malka-Wishart (double bassist)

02nd Feb,2019

Astha Butails Solo Exhibition



02nd Feb,2019

Spring Food Festival

You can look forward to delicious home-cooked food (that is this festival's focus) along with a variety of national and international cuisines. The festival also has an extensive 'Thrift and Gift' shop with a huge collection of books.

03rd Feb,2019

A Classical Concert By Amaan Ali Bangash & Ayaan Ali Bangash

A Classical Concert By Amaan Ali Bangash & Ayaan Ali Bangash

10th Feb,2019

The Statements Vintage Car Rally

Vintage Car Rally

10th Feb,2019

Arth - A Cultural Fest

Great music, art & history

08th Feb,2019

Artistic Souls - Annual Exhibition

Works by modern and contemporary artists to raise funds for social causes that support the upliftment of children, women and communities across India.

11th Feb,2019

Universal Health Services

Speaker: Lt. Gen. Sanjeev Chopra, Director General, Hospital Services

04th Feb,2019

Conversations by Baatein, Dilli Haat, INA

Baatein, a platform that hosts poetry events and content curation workshops, is organising an event called Conversations by Baatein. As part of this event, a bunch of storytellers and poets like Anwesh Sahoo, Gurmehar Kaur, Rahul Augustine, Anurvi Mehra and Akshay Kapoor (to name a few) will be coming together for an epic evening of poetry, music and tons of interesting stories.

01st Feb,2019

Shed & Light - An exhibition of Paintings by Yuvraj Patil

Shed & Light - An exhibition of Paintings by Yuvraj Patil

01st Feb,2019

IIHS City Scripts

City Scripts is an annual festival organised by IIHS to celebrate writings in and about the city, as seen through myriad lenses

01st Feb,2019

Stop Motion Animation Workshop - Films on Freedom, Create Original Stop Motion Animation Films



01st Feb,2019

Art Workshop by Rohit Kumar Sharma

Classes every Saturday and Sunday at Open Palm Court conference room Timings: Saturdays, 2.30 pm - 5.00 pm and Sundays, 11.30 am - 2.00 pm Fees: Rs. 4,500/- for three months

01st Feb,2019

DANCE - Ananda Nartan

The Joyous Dance. Kuchipudi by Amrita Lahiri. Accompanying musicians - Sudha Raghuraman, G. Raghuraman, M.V. Chander Sekhar and Himanshu Srivastava rn

01st Feb,2019

17th Ishara International Puppet Festival

Oroboro (Brazil) - Performed by: XPTO Group. Direction & Scenographer: Osvaldo Gabrieli. Musical Director & Musician: Roberto Firmino. Language: Musical, Non Verbal. Medium: Puppets, Marionettes, Objects. Duration: 50 minutes

01st Feb,2019

TALK - Commemorating 150 Years of Gandhi Series

Nai Taleem- Gandhi's Challenge to Hegemony. Speaker: Prof. Anil Sadgopal, educationist. Collab. SAHMAT rn

02nd Feb,2019

MUSIC - Tribute to Living Legend Pandit Jasraj

MUSIC - Tribute to Living Legend Pandit Jasraj. Flute recital by Chetan Joshi, disciple of Pt. Ajoy Chakravarti. Sarod recital by Mukesh Sharma, disciple of Ust. Amjad Ali Khan. Collab. Prastaar

02nd Feb,2019

MUSIC - An-atma - The art of improvised music.

A confluence of free and spontaneous creative expressions, combining intricate musical elements of Indian classical and jazz music by An-atma.

02nd Feb,2019

Delhi\'s Colour - An exhibition of paintings by Swaraj Das

Delhi's Colour - An exhibition of paintings by Swaraj Das

03rd Feb,2019

Ritmus vndorok Rhythm Travellers



04th Feb,2019

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01st Jan,1970

\"Peace Tribe\" An International Musical collaboration

Music Shows

22nd Feb,2019

\"20th Bharat Rang Mahotsav - 2019\"

Inaugural ceremony followed by Hindi Play - "Karanth Ke Rang"

01st Feb,2019

\"20th Bharat Rang Mahotsav - 2019\"

'Aurat! Aurat! Aurat (Hindustani) by Motley, Mumbai

04th Feb,2019

Noor (A Divine Light) - A Kathak Production highlighting Sufism & Bhakti

A Kathak Production highlighting Sufism & Bhakti thought, based on verses of Poets from India, including Ghazals and Rehas of Wajid Ali Shah.

05th Feb,2019

The Journey Within

A group painting and sculpture exhibition by various artists Sourabh Mazumdar, Pankaj Nigam, Sanjeev Sinha, Satya Narayan, Radha Dhaka, Sonia Sareen, Binay Kumar, Rama Swami, Kamal Sharma, Akshay, Alok Shankar, Dr. Nagar, Devyani Kapoorrnrn

05th Feb,2019

Mohalla - A solo painting exhibition by Kavita Chopra Dikshiti

Mohalla - A solo painting exhibition by Kavita Chopra Dikshit

05th Feb,2019

DANCE - Bharatanatyam and Nritya Yoga Sutra

DANCE - Bharatanatyam and Nritya Yoga Sutra by dancers from Kalakarma Foundation

07th Feb,2019

Fluid Paintings - by Rachanas Creations



05th Feb,2019

Hampi Temples - A Painting exhibition by Balu Sadalge

Hampi Temples - A Painting exhibition by Balu Sadalge

09th Feb,2019

Mela Phulkari 6

Mela Phulkari 6 - A group exhibition of paintings, sculptures, Phulkari and art installations by Harinder Singh, Kirandeep Kaur, Jagdeep Singh, Amrita Kaur, works of Arpana Caur, Pratima Pandey, Bhupinder Singh

09th Feb,2019

MUSIC - IHC Morning Ragas. A Hindustani Classical Vocal Concert by Pt. Rajan and Sajan Mishra.

MUSIC - IHC Morning Ragas. A Hindustani Classical Vocal Concert by Pt. Rajan and Sajan Mishra.

10th Feb,2019

The Print Chamber

An exhibition of prints by Shivangi Ladha; Preview on Tuesday, 5th February 2019 at 18:30rnrn

06th Feb,2019

Tall Tales from the Himalaya

An exhibition of 75 selected images of mountains and forests, lakes and rivers from the heart of the Himalaya seen by the Wandering Lens of Deb Mukharji over six decades

08th Feb,2019

Hindustani Vocal Recital by Indira Naik from Mumbai

Hindustani Vocal RecitalrnBy Indira Naik from Mumbai, disciple of Pandit Dayal Thakur and Pandit Vithal Raorn

12th Feb,2019

The IIC Double Bill Music Concert

At 18.00 Sitar Recital by Rajeev Janardan from Delhi, disciple of Pt. Arvind ParikhrnAt 19:00 Hindustani Vocal Recital - by Deepak Singh from Delhi, disciple of Pt. Partha Pratim Das and at present pursuing advance vocal training at Gandharva Mahavidyalaya, New Delhirn

14th Feb,2019

PURANDARDASA THYAGARAJA FESTIVAL

Carnatic Vocal Recital By Manda Sudharani; rnDifferent Thanams and Allied RagasrnLecture-demonstration by Manda Sudharani

16th Feb,2019

Terrain - exhibition of paintings

An exhibition of paintings by Sujata Singh, Suddhasattwa Basu, Mala MarwahrnPreview on Tuesday, 26 February 2019 at 18:30rn

27th Feb,2019



01st Jan,1970

Hindustani Classical Vocal

By Pt. Vinayak Torvi from Bangalore, recipient of the Sanskriti-Pt. Vasant Thakar Memorial Fellowship 2019rnrnAccompanists: Vinod Lele (tabla); and Pt. Vyasmurti Katti (harmonium)rn

17th Feb,2019

Culture and Heritage

Culture and Heritage: Coordinated by Amita BeigrnTraditions of Jain Cloth PaintingsrnSpeaker: Dr. Neeru Misrarn

19th Feb,2019

Contemporary Paintings

Presented by leading artists from MizoramrnrnPreview on Tuesday, 19 February 2019 at 18:30rnrnrn

20th Feb,2019

Music Appreciation Promotion - A Talk Dr. Subhadra Desai

Pentatonic Scales in Hindustani Music; Illustrated lecture by Dr. Subhadra Desai, well-known Hindustani classical vocalist. As a musician-academic, she has been engaged in performing, conducting lecture-demonstrations and workshops in India and abroad and has done extensive research on ancient Indian music

21st Feb,2019

GANDHI KI DILLI: WORDS IN THE GARDEN A CELEBRATION OF LITERATURE, ARTS AND IDEAS



22nd Feb,2019

Between the Lines

Solo paintings exhibition of Khalil Chishtee

11th Feb,2019

Duet Painting Exhibition - by Dipnarayan Paul & Moinuddin Mullick

Duet Painting Exhibition - by Dipnarayan Paul & Moinuddin Mullick

14th Feb,2019

FILM - Mirza Ghalib, Dir. Sohrab Modi

FILM - Mirza Ghalib (35mm/Hindi/Urdu/1954/145 mins) Dir. Sohrab Modi. The film depicts the life of once wealthy poet and nobleman, Film - Mirza Ghalib. It portrays his trials, tribulations, triumphs, and ultimate descent to poverty, and then to prison; and his tragic and ill-fated love with a beautiful courtesan named Chaudvin.

14th Feb,2019

TALK - VIRAJ Lecture Series: Freedom of Expression by H. K. Dua, Senior Journalist and former Member of Parliament

TALK - VIRAJ Lecture Series: Freedom of Expression by H. K. Dua, Senior Journalist and former Member of Parliament

15th Feb,2019

DOC FILM - Enchanted Ajanta

DOC FILM - Enchanted Ajanta. A film on the ancient Buddhist mural paintings of the Ajanta caves, with unique photography that brings out the luminous colours of the paintings. Followed by an interaction with the filmmaker

17th Feb,2019

DANCE - UTKALIKA - a garland of dances in Odissi by Dr. Sonal Mansingh and her disciples.

DANCE - UTKALIKA - a garland of dances in Odissi by Dr. Sonal Mansingh and her disciples.

18th Feb,2019

A photography exhibition by the 4 mentors of Photosphere

A photography exhibition by the 4 mentors of Photosphere - Aditya Arya, Bandeep Singh, Parthiv Shah and Prabir Purkayastha

18th Feb,2019

TALK & MUSIC - IHC Music Club

Listen, Share and Discuss. Raga Delineation and Rendition of Compositions in Carnatic Music. A lecture and demonstration by Sudha Raghuraman, Carnatic vocalist and composer rn

21st Feb,2019

Art Karat Award for Excellence 2019

Art Karat Award for Excellence 2019 followed by a vocal recital

23rd Feb,2019

\"Vasantotsava 2019\"

"Vasantotsava 2019"

24th Feb,2019

Annual Concert of the School

Annual Concert of the School

26th Feb,2019

Bhartendu Natya Utsav

Bhartendu Natya Utsav

28th Feb,2019

MUSIC - Vocalist Shubha Mudgal with Aneesh Pradhan (Tabla) and Sudhir Nayak (Harmonium)

MUSIC - Vocalist Shubha Mudgal with Aneesh Pradhan (Tabla) and Sudhir Nayak (Harmonium), will present a special repertoire of compositions to mark the 30th anniversary of SAHMAT. The three artistes are trained in Hindustani Classical Music by some of the greatest maestros and scholar musicians.

22nd Feb,2019

Old World Collegiate Theatre Festival 2019

THEATRE - Old World Collegiate Theatre Festival 2019. Presenting fresh productions from Collegiate Theatre Societies of New Delhi. An Old World Culture Presentation

22nd Feb,2019

My Floral Fantasy

My Floral Fantasy - A bouquet of abstract art delving into the fantasy world of mesmerising flowers. A Painting exhibition by Radha Kumar

23rd Feb,2019

Bapu ki Dilli: Words in the Garden – A Celebration of Literature, Arts and Ideas

Curated by Shri Ashok Vajpeyi. The festival is a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his 150th birth anniversary and to honour his life and ideology through plays, recitals, discussions and bhajans. The sessions will be based on the themes and their contemporary relevance of Mahatma Gandhi’s quotes “be the change”, “non-violence”, “look at the sparrow” and “truth is God”rn rn rn

22nd Feb,2019

Baap Be Baap (Baap Mauj Mein Beta Khoj Mein)

Baap Be Baap (Baap Mauj Mein Beta Khoj Mein)

23rd Feb,2019

Aadhe Adhure:

Aadhe Adhure:

23rd Feb,2019

BISU by Sumit Anand, Prakhar Pramod and Neelaksh

BISU by Sumit Anand, Prakhar Pramod and Neelaksh

22nd Feb,2019

Spectacular Saturday With Parmish Verma

Spectacular Saturday With Parmish Verma

22nd Feb,2019

A Wired Ecology

A Wired Ecology

29th Jan,2019

\"Fabulous\" solo show of paintings by Mahesh Kumar

"Fabulous" solo show of paintings by Mahesh Kumar

30th Jan,2019

Retrosepctive - an exhibition of sculptures, paintings and drawings by Biman B. Dass

Retrosepctive - an exhibition of sculptures, paintings and drawings by Biman B. Dass

08th Feb,2019

Contemprary Paintings

Contemprary Paintings

20th Feb,2019

Concert for Harmony

Concert for Harmony

20th Feb,2019

Vijay Yadav Live

Vijay Yadav is back with his new Standup Solo " Happily Infamous", Something personal to his life and joking on it in an hour-long Standup Solo.rnrnBTW" Happily Infamous " means famous for Wrong Reasons.rnrn

03rd Mar,2019

SPEAK-Rhythm in Feet

Indian Kathak dance and American tap dance, continents and ages apart, share parallel stories of struggle and perseverance. They come together in this sensational collaboration that is rhythm, poetry, storytelling, music and dance.rnrnSPEAK – RHYTHM IN FEET carries forward the legacy of iconic artists like Pandit Chitresh Das, Dr. Jimmy Slyde and James Buster Brown, while bringing to the forefront the voices of powerful female artists. Serving as the bridge between tradition and innovation, history and progress, Rina Mehta, Rachna Nivas, Michelle Dorrance, and Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards create nothing short of magic on the stage.

24th Feb,2019

NITTI GRITTI India Tour 2019

Known for his contagious energy behind the decks, Nitti Gritti has garnered a dedicated following of both producers and fans and is ready to dominate the music scene. It’s time to get down to the Nitti Gritti as he makes his debut India Tour on 22nd February 2019 at Soho, Hotel Ashok, New Delhi.

22nd Feb,2019

Remains Of The Future-Past, a group art exhibition

Remains Of The Future-Past, a group art exhibition

20th Feb,2019

Art Of Seeing - Ramayana : An Epic of Thousand Lines

Art Of Seeing - Ramayana : An Epic of Thousand Lines

18th Feb,2019

‘A Page in the Book Of My Life\'

‘A Page in the Book Of My Life'

18th Feb,2019

In Absence of writing

The Gujral Foundation is presenting Astha Butail’s solo exhibition ‘In the Absence of Writing’ at its experimental site 24 Jor Bagh in New Delhi. The project is a culmination of the artist’s year-long journey in researching memory and living traditions that are passed on through teachings and oral poetry, with a focus on Zoroastrian Avesta, the Jewish Oral Torah and Indian Vedic philosophy. rnrn

18th Feb,2019

Sizzling Saturday By Party Out Delhi

Sizzling Saturday By Party Out Delhi

23rd Feb,2019

Carrion Culture & Other Stories - a solo show of paitings by Anindita Bhattacharya

Carrion Culture & Other Stories - a solo show of paitings by Anindita Bhattacharya

20th Feb,2019

Parashuram Vijay

Kshatriya king Sahasrabahu Kartavirya, with the power of thousand arms, kills Jamadagni, a great sage, and father of Parashurama, for the ownership of the divine cow Sabala. Parashurama, after the completion of his lessons in warfare from Lord Siva at Kailash, is returning home and is informed by Shandilya, a discipline of Jamadagni, about the death of his father. Parashurama vows to kill Sahasrabahu Kartavirya, and to free the world of Kshatriyas. A great war is fought between Parashurama and Sahasrabahu, and the evil king is slain

21st Feb,2019

Tiger Tiger by Khushwant Singh

Tiger Tiger is a mixture of entertainment, a little romance, a little comedy and a little alcohol which keeps the audience from the beginning to the end. Tiger Tiger is Khushwant Singh's only written play.

23rd Feb,2019

Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda

The play is based on Dharamvir Bharti’s "Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda" a short novel which is highly acclaimed in the Hindi literary circles. Unicorn actors’ studio brings this classic novel on stage in form of a full-length play. The play is a humorous journey, an amalgam of seven small stories of different emotions and flavours.

15th Mar,2019

The Raza Foundation presents \"Individual Palettes\" a group show

The Raza Foundation presents "Individual Palettes" a group show

14th Feb,2019

\"Peace Tribe\" An International Musical collaboration

Ensemble : Guitor Virtuoso - Sharon Isbin, Sarod duo - Amaan Ali & Ayaan Ali Bangash,rnTabla Maestro : Anurbrata Chatterjee & Mridangam Genius : Sridhar ParthasarthyrnBy Showhouse Events

22nd Feb,2019

Creative Voyge\', a group art show by six talented artists

Creative Voyge', a group art show by six talented artists

22nd Feb,2019

Equilibirium - The Irreversible

Equilibirium - The Irreversible: A solo show of paintings

30th Jan,2019

Vasant Utsar - 32nd Noida Flower Show

Vasant Utsar - 32nd Noida Flower Show. Read more at: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/63039411.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst

23rd Feb,2019

A solo show of paintings by Gauri Shanker Soni

A solo show of paintings by Gauri Shanker Soni

23rd Feb,2019

Blue Meadow live

Blue Meadow live - A 5 piece band with individuals from distinct musical cultures accross the country, greezing up western music with various genres accross India. The band is not restricted to any particular genre providing atmost entertainment. Almost 11 years in independent music scene in the country, the band has an energetic stage presence passing the vibes to the audience.rn

28th Feb,2019

Youth Festival 2019

Youth Festival 2019. Sahitya Kala Parishad, Department of Art, Culture and Languages, Government of Delhi Cordially invite you for the "Youth Festival 2019" The 6-day long extravaganza will be a celebration of music, dance, theatre and arts.

22nd Feb,2019

\"Bharat Ke Rang-Festivals of India\" group photography show by Shanker Art Foundation

Shanker Art Foundation extends its gratitude to its participants for valuable contribution of beautiful photographs. The overwhelming response has given us great encouragement in the field of PHOTOGRAPHY and love for Bharat Ke Rang-Festivals of India !rn

20th Feb,2019

Sons Of Babur

Sons Of Babur - Hindi Play

24th Feb,2019

Peela Scooter Wala Aadmi and Bali Shambhu

Peela Scooter Wala Aadmi and Bali Shambhu

26th Feb,2019

Agni Aur Barkha

Agni Aur Barkha - Play

01st Mar,2019

Delhi International Jazz Festival 2019

Delhi International Jazz Festival 2019 presented by Indian Council for Cultural Relations in association with New Delhi Municipal Corporation is all set to return with impressive bands with a line-up of renowned artistes from all across the world. The festival popularly known for its grandeur and glamour, promises to be much bigger with strikingly beautiful venue and soulful performances by renowned bands and artistes for three days. Set to begin from March 1st in the majestic city of monuments, the festival has witnessed a footfall of more than 1,00,000 people visiting from different parts of the World during its last seven editions, assures an interesting itinerary with artistes from Germany, Mauritius, Israel, Korea, Morocco, Spain, Thailand, Syria, Tunisia, Kazakhstan, Austria and India, giving music lovers a taste of jazz.rnrn

01st Mar,2019

Arsenic And Old Lace

Arsenic And Old Lace - Play in Hindi

02nd Mar,2019

Act 11 # Coverage Chalu Hai

Act 11 # Coverage Chalu Hai - Hindi Play

03rd Mar,2019

Konark\' - Play

Konark' - Play

04th Mar,2019

Phulwama and Its Aftermath – Options for India

Phulwama and Its Aftermath – Options for India. Opening Remarks: Ms Yamini Aiyar, President, CPR. Speakers: Cmdre. C. Uday Bhaskar, political commentator and Director, Society for Policy Studies; Ambassador Sharat Sabharwal, former High Commissioner to Pakistan; and Dr. Happymon Jacob, Centre for International Politics, Organization and Disarmament, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University. Chair: Shri Shyam Saranrnrnrn rnrnrnrn

01st Mar,2019

Hindustani Vocal Music By Pt. Sanjeev Abhyankar

Hindustani Vocal Music By Pt. Sanjeev Abhyankar In memory of Shri Vasant Sathernrn

03rd Mar,2019

Yoga in the 21st Century

Yoga in the 21st Century: The BARPS Method. Illustrated lecture by Navtej Singh Johar. BARPS method is a five-step, self-regulatory practice involving bracing, aligning, rotation, poise and stretch. The BARPS method is a means to insulate the practice of asana from the ideas of Yoga that abound today, and steer the focus back upon the body which is innately intelligent and is endowed with supreme sensitivity and integrity. Navtej Johar will offer an introductory talk on the BARPS method that he has devised over years of practice, learning and teaching.rn

04th Mar,2019

15th IAWRT Asian Women’s Film Festival

To Mark International Women’s Day 2019. The 15th edition of the festival brings together a collection of over 50 films from 20 countries, directed by women filmmakers of Asian origin. The festival includes animated films, students’ films and experimental films and curated segments on Childhood, Female gaze, Seven Sisters and Soundphiles. Highlights of the festival include a special country focus on Georgia and an art installation embodying the female storyteller, the Bioscopwaalirn

05th Mar,2019

Celebrating Indian Women in Science: An Incredible Journey

Celebrating Indian Women in Science: An Incredible Journey. The exhibition celebrates women who have been part of Indian science from the late 19th century to the present day. The exhibition reflects on the journey of women scientists as a part of the scientific community in India. Focusing on their inspiration, experience and contribution to science through photographs and text to tell the stories of these women scientists to acknowledge women’s scientific achievementsrnrnInauguration by Shri N.N. Vohra, President, IIC and Dr. Renu Swarup, Secretary, DBT on Thursday, 7 March 2019 at 16:00rnrnrnrn

08th Mar,2019

Amala Shankar: Documenting a Dance Legacy

Amala Shankar: Documenting a Dance Legacy. Speaker: Prof. Urmimala Sarkar Munsi, Associate Professor, School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University who teaches Dance Studies and Documentations of Living Traditions. She is a dance/choreographer trained at the Uday Shanakr India Culture Centre, Kolkata and continues her work as a choreographer; and is President of World Dance Alliance Asia Pacific. As a tribute to an extraordinary teacher on her centenary year, this presentation hopes to focus on Smt Amala Shankar’s view of her own art practice, her role as a teacher, and her contribution towards developing a pedagogy out of late dance maestro Uday Shankar’s dance making process

08th Mar,2019

Chameli Devi Jain Award 2018

Chameli Devi Jain Award 2018 - For an Outstanding Woman Journalistrn

09th Mar,2019

\"The IIC Double Bill Dance Concert Kathak Recital By Rujuta Soman; Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi Duet By Arupa Lahiry from Delhi\"

The IIC Double Bill Dance Concert: Kathak Recital by Rujuta Soman from Pune, disciple of Dr. Guru Rohini Bhate at 19:00 Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi Duet by Arupa Lahiry from Delhi, disciple of Smt Chitra Visweswaran with Payal Ramachandran from Delhi, disciple of Guru Jaikishore Mosalikantirn

12th Mar,2019

Talk: In Conversation Dr. Ebba Koch, historian and editor of the forthcoming book, The Mughal Empire: From Jahangir to Shah Jahan

In Conversation Dr. Ebba Koch, historian and editor of the forthcoming book, The Mughal Empire: From Jahangir to Shah Jahan in conversation with Kavita Singh and Jyotindra Jain.. The book is edited by Ebba Koch in collaboration with Ali Anooshahr

12th Mar,2019

Brij Festival Bharatpur

The Brij Festival is celebrated a few days ahead before Holi. This festival is also held in a grand, elaborate and colorful manner. Lord Krishna is worshiped during this festival. Various types of cultural festivals are also held. Bharatpur comes alive during this festival, the spirit of which can be felt.rnrn

25th Feb,2019

Seminar on Isaiah Berlin - To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the publication of “Two Concepts of Liberty”

Seminar on Isaiah Berlin - To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the publication of “Two Concepts of Liberty”

01st Mar,2019

The Death of Us

The debate on death penalty is loud and impassioned. Instead of echoing that cacophony, The Death of Us, quietly reflects on a range of cases in which the death penalty was pronounced. A contemplation on the moral and ethical questions regarding the death penalty in India

01st Mar,2019

ArtEast Festival 2019

ArtEast is an initiative to raise pertinent questions through Inter/Sections in art, livelihood, social justice, climate change, communication, history – past and present, issues that have a far reaching impact on everyday life of people and of the nation. The festival includes talks/discussions, exhibitions, and performances

14th Mar,2019

Narayan Desai’s Gandhi Katha

The screening commemorates 150 years of the birth anniversary of Mohanadas Karamchand Gandhi and 15 years of Gandhi Katha. The Gandhi Katha was started by Narayan Desai in 2004 as a reparative act of creating non-violence after the violence in Gujarat in 2002

15th Mar,2019

THE IIC DOUBLE BILL MUSIC CONCERT

THE IIC DOUBLE BILL MUSIC CONCERT: Sitar Recital By Soumitra Thakur from Delhi, disciple of Pt. Kushal Das and Hindustani Vocal RecitalrnBy Shubhankar Chatterjee from Kolkata, disciple of Pt. Kumarprasad Mukherjeern

27th Mar,2019

Fake News and the Lok Sabha Elections

An incumbent national leadership that must win at all costs or face political humiliation and oblivion. A national party that must reclaim its fading glory or be banished for another 5 years in the political wilderness. Regional satraps whose soaring ambitions see themselves as being more than just kingmakers. The world’s largest electorate population of more than 900 million, riven by caste and communal considerations. Add to this incendiary mix fake news and you have the making of a brutal, no-holds-barred, and potentially violent Elections 2019. The discussion will focus on finding the most appropriate solutions—technological, regulatory, and informed citizenry—to combat the bane of fake news or at the least minimize its impact on the country’s general elections

27th Mar,2019

Landscapes of the Thar Desert

Speaker: Shri Pradip Krishen, naturalist, environmentalist, author of Trees of Delhi: A Field Guide and Jungle Trees of Central India. He has also directed some well-known films like Massey Sahib and In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones. Pradip will speak on how the Thar Desert in West Rajasthan isn't just an undifferentiated sandy 'wasteland' but a collection of distinct landscapes that have to do with the complicated geological evolution of the western desert. Photographs of several of these distinctive landscapes will be shown and he will explain how they relate to the plants found in each of them

26th Feb,2019

FILMS ON WILDLIFE AND ENVIRONMENT

FILMS ON WILDLIFE AND ENVIRONMENT: Living with Disasters (40 min; dvd; English); Unnatural Disasters (24 min; dvd; English). Over the past 20 years four million of the world's people have been killed by drought, flood, earthquakes, and hurricanes and close to half the population of the planet have suffered some form of disruption to their lives. Living with Disasters' casts aside the familiar news headlines of misery and destruction to present the untold story - how relatively inexpensive investment can reap huge rewards; reducing the cost, both in reconstruction and in human suffering

23rd Mar,2019

\"Sculpt for Delhi II\" - An exhibition of installations and sculptures

"Sculpt for Delhi II" - An exhibition of installations and sculptures curated by Naresh Kapuria. Inauguration on 5th March at 6.00 p.m. by Lt. Governor of Delhi Shri Anil Baijalrn

06th Mar,2019

Once Upon A Brush

Culture Chauraha brings you a multi-sensory experience by exposing the audience to a Solo Performance of Hindustani Short Story by Jashn-E-Qalam, which will bring alive the written word to create imagined visuals in the mind of the audience. This will be followed by an Art workshop on the medium of Monoprinting, where the audience will draw their most memorable impression.

10th Mar,2019

Ravi Se Chand Tak \' - With Ravi Se Chand Tak With Ravi Chand Punia

Kalakaksh powered by Comedy Munch presents “Ravi Se ‘Chand’ Tak” a multi cities Poetry Tour of Ravi ‘Chand’ Punia. Catch more of him in your own city and enjoy his lovely poetry piece!rnrn

10th Mar,2019

TALK & MUSIC by Ustad Akram Khan

An interactive talk and demonstration by Ustad Akram Khan who will discuss different features of the tradition of Hindustani classical music that shaped his practice and anecdotes from his collaborations with leading contemporaries.

05th Mar,2019

MUSIC : Sahil Peris

Sahil is a singer-songwriter and one-man-band who performs solo with his guitar and loop pedal. By virtue of coming from a multicultural background, he shuffles between genres of Folk, Pop and Soft Rock in his live performances. Having performed in India, the USA and the UK, appreciating diversity has always been an essential part of his musical endeavors. rn

05th Mar,2019

Ustad Mushtaq Husain Khan Memorial Trust presents Silsila - A Tribute to Ustad Ghulam Sadiq Khan

A Tribute to Ustad Ghulam Sadiq Khan

04th Mar,2019

The Shay & Aakash Collective

Shayantan Dasgupta (Guitars | FX):rnShayantan aka Shay has an affinity towards music and business. He is a graduate in Audio Engineering from SAE and a postgraduate in Media & Entertainment from AAFT.rnAakash Singh (Vocals | Guitars): rnAakash is a singer, songwriter and guitarist from Delhi, heavily influenced by blues, rock, country and world music. He is a graduate in music (classical vocals Major) and an 8th grade guitarist from School of Rock, London.

04th Mar,2019

\"Dhrupad meets Flamenco\" A musical dialogue between Indian Classical singing, Surbahar & Spanish Flamenco Guitar

"Dhrupad meets Flamenco" A musical dialogue between Indian Classical singing, Surbahar & Spanish Flamenco GuitarrnArtistes : Surekha Kable (Dhrupad Vocal), Sanjeev Shri (Flamenco & Indian Classical Guitar) and Rajendra Vishwaroop (Sur Bahar).

03rd Mar,2019

SPICMACAY presents A Carnatic Vocal Concert by acclaimed musician, Sudha Ragunathan

s part of IHC Morning Ragas Series.

03rd Mar,2019

SPICMACAY presents A Carnatic Vocal Concert by acclaimed musician, Sudha Ragunathan

As part of IHC Morning Ragas Series.

03rd Mar,2019

Kalanidhi 2019

Saaz-O-Awaaz presents Kalanidhi 2019. Tribute to Ustad Abdul Waheed Khan and Ustad Nazir Ahmed Khan. Artistes - Ustad Rafiuddin Sabri on Tabla and Patri Satish Kumar on Mridangam.

06th Mar,2019

Single Malt Sinners Night with Vinayak Duo

Vocalist, composer, keyboard player Vinayak Gupta has a versatile musical background, which comes from his Indian classical roots. Born in a musical home being the son of noted classical singer Vinita Gupta of the Rampur Sadarang tradition, Vinayak grew up listening to Indian classical music from a very early age alongside pursuing his passion for western music on the keyboard, an instrument he started playing at age four.

06th Mar,2019

Yugma-II, an art exhibition of works by S.H. Raza and Krishen Khanna

Yugma-II, an art exhibition of works by S.H. Raza and Krishen Khanna

23rd Feb,2019

\"Drishyakala\" - an exhibition of paintings presenting Indian art and culture by renowned artists

The barrack opens officially to the public on February 5, and this is the first time that art on this scale has been made accessible to the public visiting the heritage site. “The fact that we are conducting outreach activities—with children, college students, the visually impaired, among others—in this historic space will further expand the possibilities of making art accessible to a larger audience,” says Ashish Anand, MD and CEO, DAG. As soon as one enters the space, the first room on the ground floor, Navratna showcases nine of India’s leading artists, including the three Tagore brothers Rabindranath, Gaganendranath and Abanindranath. Old photographs, commemorative stamps and artistic objects in glass enclosures line the bright, imposing hallway of the barrack, throwing light on individual artistic practices and styles, thus also looking inward at the socio-cultural practices in India then.

05th Feb,2019

Rhythm Of Marble

A solo exhibition of marble sculptures by Amit Singh

22nd Feb,2019

On The Horizon

A group art exhibition

22nd Feb,2019

MahaShivaratri, Night long Aradhana

Let's come together on this auspicious occasion of Maha Shivratri and celebrate the spirit (Shiva Tattva) within ourselves through dance and music. An all-night concert will bring together artists across genres of dance and music who will perform Shiv Aradhana.

04th Mar,2019

Enter At Your Own Risk

Enter At Your Own Risk - A Hindi play showing sanity and insanity

01st Mar,2019

Samvad - a festival of Mohiniyattam with other classical dance

Samvad - a festival of Mohiniyattam with other classical dance

01st Mar,2019

Phagun Ke Rang Jnanpith Ke Sang

Phagun Ke Rang Jnanpith Ke Sang - a musical performance

01st Mar,2019

Kalakshetra Alumni - 2019

Kalakshetra Alumni - 2019: performances by CV Chandrasekhar, Shanta, VP Dhananjayan, CK Balagopal, Ananda Shankar Jayant, Jayalakshmi Eshwar and Anita Ratnam

01st Mar,2019

PHOTO FEST \"Photosphere\" curated by art historian Dr Alka Pande

India Habitat Centre’s photo-festival titled Habitat Photosphere curated by art historian Dr Alka Pande to focus on the theme of BHU (earth) in its second edition

18th Feb,2019

Rainbow - II - a Solo painting exhibition by Anita Sharma

Rainbow - II - a Solo painting exhibition by Anita Sharma

01st Mar,2019

Panorama-14 an Art Exhibition

Curated Priyanka Banerjee. Inauguration on 7th March at 6.30 p.m.

08th Mar,2019

Forts & Palaces of Delhi - a show of plein-air on location sketches by Urban Sketchers Delhi.

Forts & Palaces of Delhi - a show of plein-air on location sketches by Urban Sketchers Delhi.

01st Mar,2019

History of the Built World - A travelling Photography exhibition by John Gollings.

Veteran Australian photographer John Gollings on capturing architecture marvels, the frailty of modern design and his love for India. Veteran Australian photographer John Gollings on capturing architecture marvels, the frailty of modern design and his love for India. The exhibit is a sort of a time capsule of architecture, beginning at least 20,000 years ago with the rock paintings of Nawarla Gabarnmang in Northern Territory, Australia, to the more modern Burj Khalifa, Dubai.rn

01st Mar,2019

Bhartendu Natya Utsav

Bhartendu Natya Utsav

01st Mar,2019

Maha Shivratri Festival

A night long concert, a Kuchipudi dance recital by Raja Radha Reddy

04th Mar,2019

A solo show of paintings by Sohini Banerjee

A solo show of paintings by Sohini Banerjee

02nd Mar,2019

\"Spring\" a group painting show by Prabal Roy, Tanmoy Roychowdhury and Barun Roy

"Spring" a group painting show by Prabal Roy, Tanmoy Roychowdhury and Barun Roy

04th Mar,2019

\"Lightning in the Greys\" Solo Show of paintings by Anupama Chatterjee Hara

"Lightning in the Greys" Solo Show of paintings by Anupama Chatterjee Hara

02nd Mar,2019

Formless Whispers - Exhibition Of Paintings - With Shahanshah Mittal

An Exhibition of abstract paintings by artists Shahanshah Mittal. Shahanshahs current work is a continuum of the journey he began four years back. He says that he does not work with a lot of thought in mind. He thoroughly enjoys the freedom and allows things to flow in a natural way.

01st Mar,2019

Mahindra Theatre Festival - 14th META - 2019\" \"Bhagi Hui Ladkiyan\" - A Play in Hindustani

Mahindra Theatre Festival - 14th META - 2019" "Bhagi Hui Ladkiyan" - A Play in Hindustani

07th Mar,2019

\"Mahindra Theatre Festival - 14th META - 2019\" \"Agarbatti\" - A Play in Hindi & Bundeli

"Mahindra Theatre Festival - 14th META - 2019" "Agarbatti" - A Play in Hindi & Bundeli

08th Mar,2019

\"Mahindra Theatre Festival - 14th META - 2019\" \"Detective 9-2-11\" - A Play in Hindi & English

"Mahindra Theatre Festival - 14th META - 2019" "Detective 9-2-11" - A Play in Hindi & English

09th Mar,2019

\"Mahindra Theatre Festival - 14th META - 2019\" \"Andha Yug \" - A Play in Hindi

"Mahindra Theatre Festival - 14th META - 2019" "Andha Yug " - A Play in Hindi

10th Mar,2019

\"Srimad Bhagavad Gita Lecture in English - Chapter 18\"

"Srimad Bhagavad Gita Lecture in English - Chapter 18" By. Smt. Sunanda ji Daughter Disciple of Swami Parthasarathy , Topic : The Yoga of liberation through renunciation

14th Mar,2019

Perspective\', an exhibition of paintings

An exhibition of paintings by artists Lalu Prasad Shaw, Paresh Maity, Ramesh Gorajal and others

05th Mar,2019

Abstract Expressionism

Abstract Expressionism; a group exhibition of artworks by Shivani Garg, Priyanka Nijhawan. Mallika Nagarajan, Aayushi & Upasna Kakkat

01st Mar,2019

\'Anterman\' solo show of paintings by Amita Prithviwasi

'Anterman' solo show of paintings by Amita Prithviwasi

02nd Mar,2019

\"Shatkon\" a group show of paintings & art by 6 Women

"Shatkon" a group show of paintings & art by 6 Women

02nd Mar,2019

Holi Milan kavi Sammellan

Holi Milan Kavi Sammellan

19th Mar,2019

\"Strings in Harmony\' India Edition\" Sitar & Sarod duet by Mohan Brothers Artist : Lakshay Mohan & Aayush Mohan

"Strings in Harmony' India Edition" Sitar & Sarod duet by Mohan Brothers Artist : Lakshay Mohan & Aayush Mohan

20th Mar,2019

\"Hello Zindagi\" A comedy play Directed by Raman Kumar

"Hello Zindagi" A comedy play Directed by Raman Kumar

23rd Mar,2019

\"Hello Zindagi\" A comedy play Directed by Raman Kumar

"Hello Zindagi" A comedy play Directed by Raman Kumar

24th Mar,2019

\"Gaata Rahe Mera Dil….the iconic melody of S.D. Burman\"

"Gaata Rahe Mera Dil….the iconic melody of S.D. Burman"

29th Mar,2019

Bhilwara Sur Sangam - Kalapini Komkali (Vocal) 2. Pt. Shiv Kumar (Santoor)

Bhilwara Sur Sangam - Kalapini Komkali (Vocal) 2. Pt. Shiv Kumar (Santoor)

30th Mar,2019

Bhilwara Sur Sangam - Raghunandan Panshikar (Vocal), and Koushiki Chakraborty\'s Sakhi Music Ensemble

Bhilwara Sur Sangam - Raghunandan Panshikar (Vocal), and Koushiki Chakraborty's Sakhi Music Ensemble

31st Mar,2019

Solo Kathak recital by Sudip Chakraborty, disciple of Pt. Jaikishen Maharaj.

Solo Kathak recital by Sudip Chakraborty, disciple of Pt. Jaikishen Maharaj.

05th Mar,2019

Bhu/Earth - Habitat Photosphere Biennale. An exhibition by Awardees

Bhu/Earth - Habitat Photosphere Biennale. An exhibition by Awardees

01st Mar,2019

Exhibition of photographs by the Photosphere awardees and mentors

Exhibition of photographs by the Photosphere awardees and mentors

01st Mar,2019

DANCE & THEATRE - Tanashah (60 mins)

A solo performance by Navtej Johar, which explores extremes. Based on the jail diaries of Bhagat Singh, particularly his essay titled, “Why I am an Atheist”, it examines the resolve of a young man to walk to the gallows with searing clarity, un-sublimated by religious doctrine or idealist philosophy.

09th Mar,2019

Bharatanatyam recital of traditional Margam by Christopher Gurusamy

Dance: Bharatanatyam recital of traditional Margam by Christopher Gurusamy, student of Kalakshetra and Bragha Bessell. Venue: 7:00pm| DANCE| Bharatanatyam recital of traditional Margam by Christopher Gurusamy, student of Kalakshetra and Bragha Bessell.

11th Mar,2019

\"Waiting for God\", a theatre performance at the 16th Natsamrat Natya Utsav

"Waiting for God", a theatre performance at the 16th Natsamrat Natya Utsav

06th Mar,2019

\"Waiting for God\", a theatre performance at the 16th Natsamrat Natya Utsav

"Waiting for God", a theatre performance at the 16th Natsamrat Natya Utsav

06th Mar,2019

Aqua Splash

Aqua Splash - a duo exhibition of water colours by Manju Singh and Dinesh kumar Dubey.rn

12th Mar,2019

RaagAarti - Creations and Generations of Pt. Ravi Shankar

RaagAarti - Creations and Generations of Pt. Ravi Shankar, a two day music festival. Flute recital by Pravar Tandon, accompanied by Pradeep Chatterjee on Tabla. Sitar recital by Radhika Samson, accompanied by Akhtar Hassan on Tabla. Shehnai recital by Sanjeev & Ashvini Shankar accompanied by Vinod Lele and Anand Shankar on Tabla.

12th Mar,2019

Day 2 of RaagAarti - Creations and Generations of Pt. Ravi Shankar

Hansa Veena recital by Ramanan Venkatraman, accompanied by Zakir Hussain on Tabla. Flute recital by Naren Ramaswamy, accompanied by Zuheb Ahmed Khan on Tabla. Sitar recital by Debojyoti Mukherjee, accompanied by Sameer Chatterjee on Tabla. Collaborationrnrn

13th Mar,2019

DOC FILM - Jasoosni – LOOK WHO’S WATCHING YOU! (Eng/2018/52 mins)

Dir. Anandana Kapur. The film looks at the lives and loves of women detectives in India. Love for adventure and economic mobility draw women from all walks of life to it. The screening will be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker.

13th Mar,2019

Kathak by Nalini Kamalini & Group

Hamari Sanskriti Hamari Pehchan. Kathak by Nalini Kamalini & Group. Choreography by Guru Jitendra Maharaj. Bharatanatyam by Sandhya Purecha & Group. Mohiniyattam by Jaya Prabha Menon & Group. Collab. Sangeetka Institute of Performing Arts

14th Mar,2019

Majrooh Sahib: a Long Innings - An audio-visual illustrated talk by Shalini Bhargava

Majrooh Sahib: a Long Innings - An audio-visual illustrated talk by Shalini Bhargava, followed by live music by Dr. Gaurav Sood, as a tribute to Majrooh Sultanpuri. Collab. K.L. Saigal Memorial Circle

15th Mar,2019

The World Is Too Much with us - a solo painting exhibition by Nidhi Bhatia.

The World Is Too Much with us - a solo painting exhibition by Nidhi Bhatia.

16th Mar,2019

Sab Rang Phagun - Vocal presentation of compositions by renowned Hindi poets rendered by Lily Mohan.

Sab Rang Phagun - Vocal presentation of compositions by renowned Hindi poets rendered by Lily Mohan.

16th Mar,2019

As a pebble surrenders, I accept

An exhibition of ceramic pebbles by Ruby Jhunjhunwala. A Habitat Photosphere initiative.

01st Mar,2019

TALK - A Discussion on David Devadas’s recent book The Story of Kashmir

Discussants: A. S. Dulat, author & former Senior Advisor to the Prime Minister on Kashmir, M. K. Raina, theatre luminary & an expert on Kashmiri culture & society, Praveen Swami, author & Editor, Firstpost, and the author. Presided by Paranjoy Guha Thakurta, former Editor, EPW.

18th Mar,2019

Rabindranath Tagore\'s ‘Chitrangada’ - Odissi dance

Rabindranath Tagore's ‘Chitrangada’ - Odissi dance choreography by the disciples of Ranjana Gauhar’s Utsav Educational and Cultural Society. Followed by “Saptaavrat” based on the Planets - Kathak dance choreography by Prerana Shrimali and disciples. rnrn

19th Mar,2019

GANGA : RIVER OF LIFE & ETERNITY - an initiative of National Mission for Clean Ganga

The exhibition celebrates the many symbolisms and narratives of Ganga. It explores through images, graphics and narratives, the beliefs, histories, traditions, arts, and cultures of India that emanate from Ganga – as a river and a Goddess. With an agglomeration of artistic expressions ranging from the classical to vernacular folk and popular creative traditions from contemporary settings, the display illustrates the unbroken continuity of Ganga’s veneration and her role in the making of the region’s diverse and rich cultural geography. The exhibition is laid out in three main themes - Heaven (Svarg), Earth (Prithvi), and Underworld (Patal) - the three worlds of the Indian cosmology in which the Ganga flows. rn

20th Mar,2019

The Real Charisma - a solo painting exhibition by C. Prakash.

The Real Charisma - a solo painting exhibition by C. Prakash.

20th Mar,2019

IHC HOLI CELEBRATIONS 2019

Holi songs by child prodigy, classical and folk singer, Maithili Thakur, accompanied by her gifted siblings. Followed by a Kathak dance ensemble culminating in Phoolon ki Holi by gifted danseuse, Vidha Lal.

20th Mar,2019

Snow Speaks - on the Mountains by Reima and Raili Pietilä

A group photography exhibition by Finland Embassy

22nd Mar,2019

FILM CLUB SCREENING. A Mini Bhojpuri Film Festival.

Fulena Nights (?????? ??????) (Bhojpuri/2017/119 mins). Dir. Amit Jha Awadhi. “Lawanda Naanch” is one of the popular forms of entertainment in Bihar, in which men disguise as women. The film revolves around the lives of three artists practicing this vanishing art.

22nd Mar,2019

Late Prof. Mujeeb Rizvi\'s posthumous book on the Padmavat and on Jayasi, SAB LIKHNI KE LIKHU SANSARA, (Rajkamal, 2019)

Late Prof. Mujeeb Rizvi's posthumous book on the Padmavat and on Jayasi, SAB LIKHNI KE LIKHU SANSARA, (Rajkamal, 2019), has transformed our understanding of the poet, his milieu and his poetics. By locating his text deep within an Indo--Persian tradition, Rizvi radically alters our understanding of the text and its reception. The evening will feature discussions and readings around the book by Shahid Amin, Mahmood Farooqui, Darain Shahidi and others.

22nd Mar,2019

SANGAMAM-2019.

A Carnatic Veena Recital by Saraswati Rajagopalan, followed by a flute recital by Pt. Kailash Sharma.

23rd Mar,2019

A Sitar recital by Uma Shankar, disciple of Pt. Debu Chaudhary,

A Sitar recital by Uma Shankar, disciple of Pt. Debu Chaudhary, followed by a Hindustani Vocal concert of Dr. Mallika Banerjee, disciple of Prof. Krishna Bisht.

24th Mar,2019

Khidki (Hindustani/70mins). Dir. Vikas Bahari

Prod. Prism Theatre Society. A struggling writer facing writer’s block has to meet a deadline. He is left with no option but to look around, find characters and imagine their lives... Experience an imaginative and comic flight of his thoughts from his window to hers.

24th Mar,2019

Holi Utsav

Smt. Vinita Gupta (Vocal); Sh. Kharak Singh (Tabla); Sh.Chetan Nigam (Harmonium); followed by performance by by artistes of Gandharva Mahavdyalaya

20th Mar,2019

Bhaiji commemoration 2019

Agra Gharana Ek Vatavriksa by Vidhshi Lalith Rao & her disciples

30th Mar,2019

Family Play

Family Play

09th Mar,2019

Family Play

Family Play

10th Mar,2019

Bayer & Chabate

Bayer & Chabate

10th Mar,2019

The Saree Festival 2019

The Saree Festival 2019

08th Mar,2019

Children Annual Day

Children Annual Day

11th Mar,2019

Children Annual Day

Children Annual Day

15th Mar,2019

Children Music

Children Music

16th Mar,2019

Lecture

Lecture

18th Mar,2019

Vocal Music (Musical Band from Poland)

Vocal Music (Musical Band from Poland)

19th Mar,2019

Taj Mahal Ka Tender; Gagan Damama

Taj Mahal Ka Tender; Gagan Damama

21st Mar,2019

Baap Bada Na Bhaiya, Sabsay Bada Rupaiya\'

A play about how Dhani Ram's life changes when he wins a lottery of 10 crores

09th Mar,2019

Bade Bhai Sahab

A theatre adaptation of Munshi Prem Chand famous short story - Bade Bhai Sahab

09th Mar,2019

Family + Admission Planning

A theatre performance about a young couple's dilemma to give birth to their first baby at the right moment, time, day, month and year to enable them to secure his/ her admission in a good public school

09th Mar,2019

Living Traditions

A special exhibition of Ajrakh Saris in natural colors by Abdul Jabbar Khatri from Kutch

09th Mar,2019

\"Sculpt For Delhi - II\" Group Show of Installation & Sculptures

An exhibition of art installations and sculptures by artist Neeraj Gupta

06th Mar,2019

Play

Play

23rd Mar,2019

Play

Play

25th Mar,2019

Classical Dance Recital

Classical Dance Recital

30th Mar,2019

Othello & Gadhe Ki Barat

Othello & Gadhe Ki Barat

31st Mar,2019

Shriram Shankarlal Music Festival 2019

On 14th, 15th & 16th March from 6.30pm onward and on 17 March, from 11.00a.m. onward. It’s the time of year when the capital’s music connoisseurs stand poised to experience Hugh Eliot’s ‘Perfect Moment’ in the presentation of the vintage glory of the 72nd Shriram Shankarlal Music Festival. This oldest Music Festival in the country carries forward a rich cultural tradition that has ceaselessly drawn from the skills of not only the country’s eminent maestros but also promising young talent that assures a meaningful evolution of the country’s intrinsic heritage, which will seamlessly enjoy unabated popularity. On the occasion of the 72nd Shriram Shankarlal Music Festival, Director / Vice Chairperson, Shriram Bharatiya Kala Kendra, Mrs. Shobha Deepak Singh says, “The Kendra is committed to upholding exemplary values in ensuring that classical music retains its unique position in the Indian arts.”

14th Mar,2019

\"Mentor Strokes\" solo show of paintings by Pankaj Mohan Aggarwalr

Stepping into Roop Chand Institute of Fine Art, the atmosphere has transitioned to be a lot more calming given the space is known for its more socio-political works. This welcome switch is due to the careful compositions of enchanting artworks by 72 year-old Pankaj Mohan Aggarwal who’s known for his takes on dhyana, an umbrella word for contemplation, reflection and meditation. Straight ahead by the benches sits the artist, who does not even notice someone has walked into the space; he’s deeply immersed in the canvas sheet before him, pen in hand. His hand movements seem instinctual and his body language is relaxed — no tension at all!rn

11th Mar,2019

Chit Shakti - Fulfilling Dreams

An exhibition of sculptural ceramics, paintings and sculptures by Neerajj Mittra

11th Mar,2019

Natya Samaroh- Meri Sanskriti Meri Pehchan

Dance concert of eminent artists Nalini-Kamalini Kathak ,Sandhya Purecha- Bharatnatyam and Jaya Prabha Menon -Mohiniyattam, who will present three different dance styles

14th Mar,2019

All Womens Club presents a Spring Carnival 2019

Exhibitions held under its aegis are mainly aimed at projecting and dissipating the strength of Indian Art and Artisans for their livelihood. The event is focused on various forms of Art – contemporary to modern era in the form of art, craft, apparels – contemporary & ethnic, furnishing, jewelry- Silver, Semi Precious/ Artificial & Costume, handicrafts, interiors & artifacts, home décor, purses & bags, footwear, accessories, show pieces, gifts, novelties and what not!....... All these items are on

14th Mar,2019

Veer Abhimanyu/ Comrade Kumbhkaran

Veer Abhimanyu/ Comrade Kumbhkaran

24th Mar,2019

Paradox of Silence

An exhibition of artworks of contemporary artists like Rameshwar Broota, Manu Parekh, Mona Rai, Amitava Das, Shobha Broota, Hem Raj, Kaicharan Gupta, Neha Talwar, Gopal Mehan, and Anirudh Tripathi

12th Mar,2019

Transformation - A Journey Towards An Everlasting Endeavour of Better Self

A solo art show of paintings by Jyoti Tyagi

12th Mar,2019

\"Shakuntala and Other Love Stories\" sketches and costume designs

The exhibition“Shakuntala and other Love Stories”, The charm of India in opera and ballet- is an exhibition of the sketches and costume designs, of the works The legend of Sakuntala by Franco Alfano, The Daughter of the King by Adriano Lualdi, The Woman without a shadow by Richard Strauss, The pearl fishermen by George Bizet, L'Africana by Giacomo Meyerbeer and the Nutcracker ballets, The Sleeping Beauty by Peter Il'ic Cajkovskij and Mondo Tondo by Ennio Porrino belonging to the iconographic collection of the Teatro dell'Opera Foundation in Rome. The Historical Archive has conceived and created this exhibition, which aims to be a respectful tribute to what the culture of India has transmitted to the whole of the West. Composed of 16 sketches, 71 costume designs, made by famous scenographers and costume designers of the last century such as Cipriano Efisio Oppo, Mario Pompei, Veniero Colasanti, John Moore, Salvatore Russo, Mario Giorsi, Mario Cito Filomarino, the exhibition also features 10 original costumes.

15th Mar,2019

Barmer Boys: Encore Performance

Barmer Boys: Encore Performance. The Barmer Boys, a trio of next generation torch bearers of Rajasthani Manganiar music, will be presenting an afternoon encore performance. Characterised by their guttural baritones, they interweave soulful Sufi kalaams with celebratory Sindhi folk tunes. Prepare for an informal afternoon session with these Manganiar musicians as they fold their rich heritage into a live performance.

17th Mar,2019

Saturday Night ft. Akhil “Khaab Fame”

Music: Saturday Night ft. Akhil “Khaab Fame”

16th Mar,2019

Sri Live

Having performed his material extensively since 2016, Sri’s debut EP release in 2017 led to a whole lot of interviews, reviews and features. All the while, shows at different cities – from intimate spaces to clubs, earned him the repute of a performing indie artist and a unique singer-songwriter to watch out for.rnrnWith the release of his new mini-album “The Only Find” (EP) out this year after an uber successful crowdfunding campaign, Sri (aka Srijit Bhowmick) is on a multi-city solo tour across the country. #TheOnlyFindTour.

18th Mar,2019

\"Gurgaon Utsav\"

Arts and Literature Foundation and Municipal Corporation in collaboration with Department of Cultural Affairs, Government of Haryana present "Gurgaon Utsav".

15th Mar,2019

Sunday Brunch With Dhruv Sharma

Dhruv Sharma is a professional acoustic singer based out of New Delhi. A talented multi-genre vocalist, he is proficient in singing English and Hindi songs. Dhruv blends English and Bollywood tunes with the sweetness of the acoustic guitar. Rock, pop, alternative rock, punk, classical, Bollywood, Western classical and other genres influence his work and his interest. Dhruv has graduated from AR Rahman’s School in Chennai (KM Music Conservatory). He excelled in Western classical vocals (Opera). His performances have been seen at various establishments across Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bhopal, Jaipur, Aurangabad, Agra, and all the way to the Maldives.

17th Mar,2019

\"Musician Mixers\" Jazz night

Catch some of Delhi's finest jazz cats and some wonderful travelling musicians meet and converse in the universal language that is Jazz! rn

17th Mar,2019

Dilli Durbar - 2019

Dilli Gharaana brings you the exciting musical festival of one of its own kind, Dilli Durbar. With the collective efforts of the members of Sursagar Society, Dilli Durbar is ready to revive the Indian Classical music. The music festival will witness the remarkable performances of renowned musicians in the Bollywood industry. Some of the names which will resonate in your head are poetic Piyush Mishra, harmonious Rashid Khan, lively Shahid Parvez, soulful Roohani Sisters, rhythmic Chand Qadri, and many more. Not only the melodious Indian classical tunes will be celebrated, but also the musical wisdom will be shared by the legendary artists across India. The interactive sessions including seminars and panel discussions will unveil the myths and challenges in the music industry. The artists will also share their struggling stories, motivations, and journey to bring the clear picture in open. in front of the audience. Finally, ‘a high spirited gathering’ is set off by irresistible sitar rhythms and performance by the Khalifa himself which will rapidly encourage the instruments to dance together in full sync. This should be a real treat altogether. Artists : Guru Shovna Narayan, Ustad Wasifuddin Dagar, Dhruv Sangari, Veena Srivani, Priyanka Mallick, Ustad Asghar Husain, Gharana Unplugged, Chand Qadri Qawwal, Dr. Dipali Gupta, and A R Devine Band

16th Mar,2019

Celebrate the season of Holi with Nizami Bandhu

MUSIC : Celebrate the season of Holi with Nizami Bandhu

16th Mar,2019

Impresario India presents An Evening of Creative Choreography

Rabindranath Tagore's ‘Chitrangada’ - Odissi dance choreography by the disciples of Ranjana Gauhar’s Utsav Educational and Cultural Society. Followed by “Saptaavrat” based on the Planets - Kathak dance choreography by Prerana Shrimali and disciples.

19th Mar,2019

Jayantika - Mayadhar Raut School of Odissi Dance presents \"Abhisarika Nayika\" based on Gita Govinda ashtapadi

The unique feature in this will be an amalgamation of three styles of dance- Odissi , Bharatanatyam and Kathak. Conceptualized and choreographed by Odissi dancer Madhumita Raut , the exposition is based on the original choreography of legendary Guru Mayadhar Raut (Padmashri), known as the Master of Gita Govinda ashtapadis.

17th Mar,2019

Doordarshan\'s \"Sacred Buddhist Dance\" in English by Benoy K Beh

In the 4th century, in the region of Kashmir, Asanga and Vasubandhu developed the Yogachara school of Buddhism, which was to travel far and wide. In the 8th century, Guru Padmasambhava who was teaching in Kashmir, took a highly developed form of this Buddhism and its sacred dance to Ladakh, Lahaul-Spiti, Kinnaur, Western Tibet and other places. For 43 years I have travelled repeatedly to all corners of India and to many countries of Asia, to explore and document culture. In all this time, the most fascinating living cultural tradition I have come across is this magical dance of liberation of the Lamas. The Cham is a marvellous meditative practice, with deep roots in the essence of Buddhist philosophic thought. It is also a wonderful occasion when the Lamas share their journey and mystical experience with the local community who gathers around them. I would say that this is one of the few examples surviving today of the true purpose of dance in ancient Indian culture. As such, this is of great value and its purity must be preserved.

17th Mar,2019

Galib in New Delhi

Play in Hindi

16th Mar,2019

The Makhi Choos

Play in Hindi

17th Mar,2019

Budha Mar Gaya

Play in Hindi

21st Mar,2019

Baap Re Baap

Play in Hindi

21st Mar,2019

Aurangzeb

Play in Hindi

22nd Mar,2019

Jannat Se Jaun Elia

Play in Hindi

22nd Mar,2019

Umrao Jaan

Play in Hindi

23rd Mar,2019

Aadhe Adhure

Play in Hindi

23rd Mar,2019

Nrityashri Alaknanda and Alaknanda Sanskriti presents \"Rangotsav\"

DANCE : Nrityashri Alaknanda and Alaknanda Sanskriti presents "Rangotsav" rn

17th Mar,2019

Odisha Parba 2019

The #MegaEvent will showcase a grand spectrum of this beautiful coastal state through its enchanting Music Dance; Traditional Arts Crafts; Rich History Heritage; Authentic Foods Flavours. Starts at 6.00p.m. on 15th and at 5.00pm on 16th & 17th

15th Mar,2019

Francophonie Week & Mela 2019

FEST : Francophonie Week & Mela 2019, including exhibition, film screenings, theatre, live music acts and performances and, of course, the much-awaited Francophone Méla! Since 1988 every year French speakers and Francophiles unite to promote the French language and the diversity of Francophone cultures and to come together to become real “Citoyens du monde” for the Francophonie Festival. Half a billion Francophone around the world will celebrate Francophonie March and we wish you to join us for the same. On 13th & 15th from 6.30pm - 8.30pm; on 14th from 11.30am - 8.30pm; on 15th 10am - 6.30pm

13th Mar,2019

Railway Protection Force Pays Tribute to Martyrs

Railway Protection Force Pays Tribute to Martyrs. rnActivities : Tour of National Police Memorial (NPM) Honouring Martyrs's Families; RPF Band Display; Silent Drill & Rifle Spinning Drill. Only on Saturday & Sunday of March, 2019rnPatriotic Songs

01st Mar,2019

Days in Spring

A group art show by Amit Harit, Sukesan Kanka, Mahavir Verma, Yashwant Singh, Kishore Kuma, Rajshekhar, Deepti Gupta and Sandy Hansen

15th Mar,2019

The Yellow Room

A solo show of paintings by Frensh artist MaiteDetteil

15th Mar,2019

Dashavatara

A solo exhibition of Rayana Giridhar from Andhra Pradesh

15th Mar,2019

Holy Moly: A Musical Holi celebration at the village in the city

Surajgarh Gurgaon Presents "Holi Moly" a musical Holi celebration at the Village in the City. A complete organic Holi experience. Celebrate the festival of colors with your friends and family in its truest sense, drenched in the heritage and colors of India

21st Mar,2019

Full Colour

Gallery ONKAF cordially invites you to the exhibition FULL COLOUR by Christian F. Kintz. His approach to colour is essentially that of a non-figurative painter. Colour is conceived as a poetic and not a symbolic value. Nevertheless, the circumstances of production and display enrich this value by other parameters. On show will be results of Christian’s artistic handling of Indian colour, produced on site. The exhibition is curated by art historian Nana Kintz from an intimate point of view.

16th Mar,2019

\"Anubhuti (sensation)\" a group show of Painting, Graphics & Sculpture

ART EXHIBITION "Anubhuti (sensation)" a group show of Painting, Graphics & Sculpture by contemporary Indian Artist: rnKaruna Vashisth (delhi); Vishakha Kulkarni (nashik); Prashant Kuwar (mumbai); Daljeet Singh (delhi); Roshan Barnes (mumbai); Sarvesh Kumar (kanpur);

18th Mar,2019

\"The World Is Too Much with us\" a solo painting show by Nidhi Bhatia

Art Exhibition "The World Is Too Much with us" a solo painting show by Nidhi Bhatia.

16th Mar,2019

Kolabou

A solo exhibition of paintings by Lalu Prasad Shaw

18th Mar,2019

Un-practiced frugality

Gallery Espace presents Akshay Raj Singh Rathore’s solo exhibition un-practiced frugality. The exhibition will showcase around 20 works on paper by Akshay Raj Singh Rathore taking into account his personal journey over the last four years. The artist moved to France from India around four years ago rnand that was the period when he witnessed a lot of societal turmoil both in Europe and back at home in India. The exhibition showcases varied yet a coherent body of works, unfolding a narrative defining the artist’s thought process and practice. Akshay’s artistic practice has evolved over the years; which includes sculpture, installation, performance, photography, drawing, and animation. In the current exhibition his style has moved from very defined forms to abstraction, which resonanate the past in the present and address the complexity of cross-cultural relations. Preview: 15th March from 6pm - 9pm

16th Mar,2019

There is no `other\' Abheda\" by Dr. Advaitavadini Kaul

Non dualistic philosophy of Kashmir Shaivism and its relation to performative aspects of Indian Classical Dance by Dr. Advaitavadini Kaul, HOD Kala Kosha, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts

23rd Mar,2019

\'Women Performers of the 16th – 20th Century\' & \'Uff Malka Jaan and the Velvet Courtesans!\'

Indian history of Tawaifs and Baijis of North India. The seminar will address the issues of gender discrimination in performing arts and how it shapes the art for the future, their lives and their contribution to Indian music and dance

23rd Mar,2019

\"Krishna\" In aid of The Akshaya Patra Foundation

DANCE DRAMA "Krishna" In aid of The Akshaya Patra Foundation by the team of Shriram Bharatiya Kala Kendra. Duration: 3 hours

22nd Mar,2019

Prakriti & Krishna

Krishna Vinod is a Delhi based singer and design student from Kerala. In 2003, she began her vocal training in Carnatic Music under the late Sri Reji George for 3 years. She later continued her vocal training at Performer's Collective under Mr. Yeashu Yuvraj who helped her grow tremendously and earn a Level 6 Performance Diploma from Rockschool London. Krishna loves covering a variety of genres including indie folk, jazz, neo soul and R&B. Some of her major influences are Amy Winehouse, Etta James, Lianne La Havas, John Mayer and Norah Jones.rnPrakriti Nanda is a guitarist and vocalist whose playing style is heavily influenced by guitarists like John Mayer, John Butler, Ben Howard, SRV and more. She loves to harmonise and experiment with percussive guitar while giving an original flavour to existing songs.

25th Mar,2019

Sunday Brunch with Mostly Candid

Mostly Candid by Ashish and Mohit is a two piece band and they have been performing in Delhi/NCR for the past few months with a whole new set of songs which represent most of their candid life experiences in its truest form.

24th Mar,2019

Brews & Beats with Amalga - Mates

Ajit Sarathi & Ankit Verma members of New Delhi based band AMALGA-MATES, which has an energetic, upfront, “no holds barred” style; and makes progressive tech , techno, and break beat melt into one . The production / Dj outfit AMALGA-MATES sprang to life when the duo joined forces in 2007. Dishing out a variety of electronic music over the last 6 years, AMALGA-MATES has been established firmly within the underground dance music scene. They provide groovy progressive sounds with elements of minimal tech and techno. AMALGA-MATES is known to rock the dance floors on appearance.

23rd Mar,2019

Kamakshi Khanna Collective

A Delhi Based Singer Songwriter who believes she is an old soul, Kamakshi Khanna is an effervescent voice who believes in bringing life experiences and stories through her songs. Kamakshi Khanna is a creator of raw, organic songs and tunes that emerge from an intricate mixture of her experiences and epiphanies in the middle of trips taken to quaint corners of the world. Think of a voice that goes through various styles, including but not limited to Rhythm and Blues, Soul, Pop and Ballads. Lyrically, her songs talk about her interactions and tiffs with life and the things that make her appreciate the present. From singing in Acapella choirs to featuring on reality TV Shows, she’s been there and done that. All of 24, her ability to delve and explore newer paths and collaborate with musicians of all walks of and stature set her apart in the next generation of music from India. From releasing an EP (Much Mellow) in 2015 to an album (Cakewalk) in 2017, Kamakshi’s ability to translate her thoughts and inspirations into words and music sets her apart. rnTickets: 299/- to 499/-

22nd Mar,2019

Bollywood Retro Night with The Toll Road

The Toll Road previously known as Zephyr, is a Bollywood fusion band who is loved for their amazing music and enthusiasm on stage. As a band, they like to make music for all kinds of audiences and entertain everyone to the core. Tickets 249/-

22nd Mar,2019

Men will Be Men - A hinglish stand-up comedy show - With Kishore Dayani, Amar S

Men will be Men is a show about - well everything that comes under a man's hat. This show isnt about praising men, neither about praising women ( who to dil me hai, hamesha ), also not chauvinism, also not feminism, also not queerism. Ticket: 300/-

22nd Mar,2019

1500 Ka Dost

rnDo you remember those third standard high school essays that you used to get to write on "Friendship"? And you knew how to adorn it with larger than life words like ‘unconditional love’, ‘the spirit of sharing & caring’, ‘sacrifice’ etc. in order to get an A+ on it. But the truth of the time was that only a few friends were really the ‘best’ ones, some were a little less than the ‘best’, others were not more than just pencil sharing buddies and remember those hard core enemies belonging to the other gang with a name equally weird as yours. The hierarchy was in place. The hierarchy is still in place, with categories more profound, outlined and quantifiable than ever before. And these categories often become loud and evident in front of us when picking up the right birthday or marriage gift for a friend.rnrnThe basic rules remain pretty simple though! The ones inviting through a WhatsApp message or email are the basic ‘Rs. 1100’ category friends. A mixer grinder or an electric iron should do the deal for these. The ‘Rs. 2100’ category corresponds to those sending invitation with a tangible and palpable high quality marriage card and a box of sweets. Yummy! And then the rare ‘Rs. 5100’ category, wherein you are likely to be spotted doing funny dance moves with a Rs. 100 note stuck in your mouth to flaunt your ecstasy and celebration! The list goes on…rnrnBased on the quest of redefining friendship in the realms of today's running cities and the joyful & roller-coaster journey of friendship, Vayam Performing Arts Society brings to you its fresh stage play “1500 Ka Dost".rnrnThe play is designed with a universal approach keeping the ageless relationship of friendship in mind. The play attempts to touch the lost and forgotten chord of affection and benevolence in our hearts because all of us have ‘that friend’ whom we want to meet again

30th Mar,2019

Too Much Fun - With Siddharth Sudhakar, Kartik Arora, Ashish Kwatra

Too Much Fun features comedian from India who is raring to make it big in the comedy world. Listen to them, watch them before they get too viral and become difficult to chase down. There is no end to laughter in this edition as this brings about 3 badass madness comedians together in one show. Feat: Kartik Arora, Ashish Kwatra and Siddharth Sudhakar.

24th Mar,2019



20th Mar,2019

Saturday Night Live | Karan & Shaurya

Saturday Night Live | Karan & ShauryarnrnLock & Key is all set to add a touch of musical magic to your Saturday night.rnrnKaran has been keeping his voice limited to a close circle of friends. Shaurya, on the other hand, can emulate the sounds of an entire band.rnrnThey bring to the floor a bevy of covers and originals ranging from progressive rock to original compositions inspired by the likes of Chris Martin and The Beatles.

23rd Mar,2019

Recluse Enveloped

A solo exhibition of paintings, with loneliness as its theme by Somnath Singh

20th Mar,2019

Atharva band Live

Add music, food and shiny glasses of dreamy concoctions to your Saturday night vibes and welcome the weekend in style. Your favourite hang-out joint is once again back with another live gig, and this time featuring the very vivacious Atharva.rnrnThe Chandigarh-based band will make you groove to foot-tapping and head-banging Sufi-Bollywood and Rock numbers. They have Lakshay Sharma on lead vocals, Rajat Sharma on rhythm guitar and back vocals, Saaransh Maiden on lead guitar, Vivek Sean on bass guitar, Balram Broute on drums, Ram Saini on flute, and Vishal Bajwa on percussions.

23rd Mar,2019

PORTRAITURE

An exhibition of photographs – portraits by Dushyant Mehta; YamanNavlakha; and Buzz Burza. rnPreview on Tuesday, 19 March 2019 at 18:30

20th Mar,2019

SkillBox x DC Shoes Presents Gerd Janson

For sLick's 8th Birthday celebration we have a man of many talents, one of the hottest acts on the German club circuit, the extremely treasured - Gerd Janson #RunningBackRecords making his way to #India for 3 special shows. rn

23rd Mar,2019

Crooner\'s Collective

'Crooner's Collective' is a band comprising of extremely talented and experienced musicians within the Delhi music circuit. Their music offering comprises of classics from the golden era; songs from the likes of Frank Sinatra, Neil Diamond, Louis Armstrong, Elvis Presley, Chubby Checker and many many more. The band's musical experience transports you back in time to the good old days of crooning, big band orchestras and pensive music. With a set-list designed to serenade audiences with the really old-school charm, the band has conducted successful performances across Delhi NCR.

23rd Mar,2019

Kasauli Rhythm and Blues Festival

Kasauli Rhythm & Blues Festival (KRBF) is Genesis Foundation’s flagship annual music festival now running in its 8th edition. Spread over the scenic mountains of Kasauli in Himachal Pradesh, the event is organised at Baikunth Resort. A mecca for music enthusiasts interested in listening to a diverse pool of well-established and upcoming talent. KRBF was conceived in 2012, Genesis Foundation (GF) has grown a community of music lovers who pledge with us to Save Little Hearts. All funds raised at the festival are used towards the treatment of critically ill, under privileged children with Congenital Heart Defects. Spread across a beautiful venue, join us from 19-20 April 2019 (this Easter weekend) for a promising and unforgettable line-up!rn3000 - 9500 (Includes 18% GST)rn

19th Apr,2019

BODEGA 002 | Delhi

Bodega is a pan Indian club night that focuses on micro-genres from across the world. Ranging from Global Bass to Cumbia to Afrohouse to Baile Funk and everything in between, Bodega aims to introduce the Indian audience to new sounds that have perhaps not been highlighted before, by giving them their own night. The property will tour international artists who are leading proponents of these genres across major metros in India, bringing global sounds to your city. Combining great production a banging sound system, decor and international talent we hope Bodega will turn into your go to club night to discover new genres.

04th Apr,2019

The Mangniars – Songs from the Desert

Avirbhav brings to its stage, The Manganiars - Songs from the Desert. The musical legacy of the Padamshree Awardee and celebrated Rajasthani folk artist late Sakar Khan is being carried forward by his descendants. This vibrant family of hereditary musicians belong to the Manganiyar community from Rajasthan. They have performed all over the world with the acclaimed shows, "The Manganiyar Seduction" and "Manganiyar Classroom". On the 30th of March 2019 March, they will light up the Avirbhav Stage with their mesmerizing tunes in a traditional folk set. It is a Folk Music Performance by the family of the Padamshree Awardee late Sakar Khan of the Mangniyar community Fame

30th Mar,2019

GET BENT, Delhi

Prabh Deep - Gifted with a unique voice that contains traces of traditional Punjabi folk singers, he is widely acknowledged as one of the best underground MCs in the country. Besides being a recording artist, he also pushes for and organizes MC Battles in the city. Born and brought up in Tilak Nagar, his music paints a vivid picture of growing up in a locality that's reeling from high unemployment rates and the recent influx of drugs in the community. Ticket: 485/- onwards

11th Apr,2019

Sufi Kathak dance by Manjari Chaturvedi

Gender Discrimination in Arts and How it Shapes the Art for Future vis-a-vis The Tawaifs, a Sufi Kathak dance by Manjari Chaturvedi

23rd Mar,2019

Tambulam - a solo exhibition of drawings

A solo exhibition of drawings, paintings and installations by artist Shridhar Iyer

16th Mar,2019

Danny Howells

Danny Howells doesn’t fit into the standard dance music paradigms. With a reputation as “the DJs’ DJ”, he has has been around for bloody ages, as early as the 1980's. He doesn’t churn out productions to “remain relevant”, instead only releasing music as and when inspiration strikes. He’s not a publicity hungry, social media devotee. Quietly ploughing his way through the house music continuum, he has remained one of the world’s most captivating selectors precisely because of these organic means. That and his impeccable selection, distinctive style and silky mixing, of course.rnrnHe's mixed several albums for Global Underground in addition to his Nocturnal Frequencies series, Balance series & Renaissance compilations. He's been on the DJ Mag top 10 several times, something he doesn't boast about. Being always billed on the same league as Digweed, Sasha, Tenaglia and the likes, Danny has maintained himself on being one of the nicest guys in the electronic music business. With a career such as this, spanning almost 3 decades, the world legend would be an understatement. Ticket: 499/-

29th Mar,2019

PREM KABOOTAR

The era of school days, those teenage love affairs, romance in the air, completely following and implementing Hindi cinema. Whether it is about sacrificing your love for your friendship and being a hero or envying your friendship for that teenage love and being a villain, both the feelings give you restlessness and what we call it butterflies in the stomach.rnrnSaleem the tailor and a Casanova, Raju the chai wala and Suneel the Hindi film hero and villain both in his own self. All three are living the magical feeling of love in their own way and then ultimately becoming KABOOTAR….. yes you read it right. We are talking about PREM KABOOTAR directed by Sameep Singh. The most interesting and hilarious presentation of one of the best stories by Manav Kaul which will keep you tickling throughout and let you live your own school days. Do come and watch.

31st Mar,2019

Kahna Usey

A theatre performance in Hindi

31st Mar,2019

Plural morphologies the stories we tell ourselves



25th Mar,2019

Plural morphologies the stories we tell ourselves

An exhibition of selected videos

07th Mar,2019

Colours of Joy

An exhibition of paintings

20th Mar,2019

\'AGNI\'

A dance performance using Prana Paint techniques by Ashley Labo's troupe

26th Mar,2019

Living Outlines at Alliance Française de Delhi to exhibit violence, politics through art

A series of exhibitions retelling the India-France-India Story

08th Mar,2019

SONAM GUPTA BEWAFA HAI - Dream On Theatre Festival - With Silly Souls & Dreaming Stage

Remember ‘Sonam Gupta Bewafa Hai' a silly statement becoming a phenomenon in the country at that time, to a point that it became a slang to mock women. The theme of the play revolves around exploring how did this statement come to be? Using metaphorical devices, the play portrays different stages of a man-woman relationship in a nutshell. In a dilapidated coffee house, a man struggles to give a saree to a stranger. She is perplexed to his desires and refuses initially. He thought, manages his way to make her try the saree. Once worn for some time, now she refuses to wear it any further and leaves the coffee house. The man is left shattered and raged to now defame the woman's image. Ticket: Rs.300/-

06th Apr,2019

An evening in the memory of legendary Bansuri Guru Pt. Raghunath Prasanna

Flute recital by Pt. Rajendra Prasanna and Rishab Prasanna rnaccompanied by Pt. Ram Kumar Mishra on Tabla. Violin recital by Dr. N. Rajam and Ragini Shankar rnaccompanied by Ustad Akram Khan on Tabla. Entry: FREE

04th Apr,2019

The wiral mic openstage for all open mic standup comedy peorty and etc

The Wiral Mic is an open mic stage, for all talent like poetry, storytelling, standup comedy, Mimicry, Beatboxing; rapping, singing, creative writing or any other unique talent you have.

14th Apr,2019

Colours of Joy

An exhibition of paintings by artist Bharat Bhushan Singh, S.G. Vasudev, A.P., Santhanaraj & A.K. Raina

20th Mar,2019

HCL Mega Concert 2019

HCL Concerts is an initiative by HCL, dedicated to identifying, evolving and promoting Indian classical performing arts. HCL Concerts events are organized in Delhi, Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad, Lucknow, Nagpur, Madurai, Chennai and New York (USA) across various venues regularly throughout the year

12th Apr,2019

Connections 2019

Connections is an annual International performing arts festival. This boutique festival has been bringing outstanding artists and performances from around the world to Delhi since 2014, sponsored by the Shri Ram Center for Performing Arts. It is a renowned choreographer and dancer Rukmini Chatterjee’s brainchild. What is unique about the festival is that most of these exceptional works have never been seen in India before, thus connecting Delhi audiences to new forms of creativity. Dancers from the Opera of Paris, Contemporary Circus, Norwegian pop /rock music, Contemporary Flamenco… have all been greatly appreciated by the public and press alike in the past. rnrnrnrnOn the 12th of April, the explosive Remi Panossian Jazz trio from France will perform. They were elected “Revelation of the year 2011″ by TSF JAZZ! and since then have performed at major festivals around the globe to critical acclaim: Montreal Jazz Festival, London Sunfest, New Morning and Olympia Halls in Paris, Tokyo jazz festival, Nanjing jazz festival…There is a sense of great fluidity in their music, where strong melody opens out into thrilling collective improvisations.rnrnrnrnOn the 13th and 14th of April, one of the premier dance institutes of the world, the Beijing Dance Academy will perform at the festival. It will be a first for India. Delhi audiences will witness brilliant dancers performing, powerful and breathtaking Chinese dance choreography’s. They are known to give their audiences an 'edge of the seat' experience. Some of the dance pieces have been created by the choreographer of the Beijing Olympics opening ceremony. The aesthetics come from Chinese martial arts, acrobatics, ancient poetry, paintings, and drama. rnrnrnrnArtistic Director of the Connections Festival: Rukmini Chatterjee

12th Apr,2019

The Magnificent Journey: Times and Tales of Democracy

Directed by Abhijit Banerjee & Ranu Ghosh who will introduce the filmrnScreening will be followed by a discussionrnAt a time when the idea of democracy is under threat, this is a film that celebrates democracy for its ambition and the engagement and the excitement it generates, while also recognizing it’s many challenges. Drawing upon unique footage from hundreds of conversations with would be voters and local leaders in the towns and villages of North India, it emphasizes the humour, the passion and intellectual depth that participants brings into their decisionsrn

30th Mar,2019

\"Junction - By Samarth Theatre Group \"

Sam and KayarnKaya and SamrnThey are so different, yet so alike Dreams, goals, aspirations...rnFor Sam they come together in his marriage proposals to Kaya.rnSam has been proposing marriage to Kaya ever since they were kids.And Kaya...Kaya has been rejecting his proposals ever since they were kids.rnIf there's one thing Kaya can always predict, it has to be Sam's proposals. And if there's one thing that Sam has turned out to be absolutely selfish about, it has to be proposing to Kaya.rnEach place that holds a memory for them together, holds the memory of Sam's proposal to Kaya, too.rnBut he doesn't want to give up. Not as easy.rnOne last time at the railway station.rnOne last try, accompanied with poetry, a few stories, some anecdotes and a question; Kaya, will you marry me?

30th Mar,2019

Mughal-E-Azam

The classic movie Mughal-e-Azam is turned into a spectacular stage musical. The timeless love story of Prince Salim and the courtesan Anarkali is the stuff of legends. For the love of this beautiful young woman, Salim rebelled and went to war against his father Emperor Akbar. With the glamour of Manish Malhotra costumes, technical expertise from Broadway and original hit songs such as Pyar kiya to darna kya and Teri mehfil mein kismet aazma kar, the production promises to be an exhilarating experience.rnrnDirector - Feroz Abbas KhanrnCostume Designer - Manish MalhotrarnChoreographer - Mayuri UpadhyarnProduction Designer - Neil Patel

06th Apr,2019

The Game Changers - Business Awards & Fashion Show - The Shimmer Part 2, Delhi

De Fantasia Presents our next Event "THE GAME CHANGERS" Business Awards 2019, we are welcoming all Big Personalities who proved their name in Business World from all Categories.First time Business Tycoons & Fashion Icons come together in one stage. The GAME CHANGERS 2019 Award show is for most Popular Personalities from Business world, Reputed Companies and names will be there, we highlighting Real Game Changers who help economy with their ideas and concepts,rnrnThis Award show is Following with FASHION SHOW The Shimmer part 2 in which our Popular models & celebrity will rock the ramp with your Apparels, Accessories, Jewelry, Makeup, Footwear etc. The fashion show will be the main attraction for crowd. Our aim is to provide a platform to sell your latest collections. It will Feature Apparels, Jewellery, Footwear, Handbags, Accessories, Makeup Artist, . From top Business Tycoons with their great thoughts to top designer and Top Models with latest fashion emporiums to luxurious boutiques, you can find it all under one roof in The Game Changers 2019 with The SHIMMER Fashion Show part 2 on 27 April at Countryinn & Suites , Chattarpur Delhi.

27th Apr,2019

Karan & Priyana

Karan & Priyanka - music

01st Apr,2019

\"Kabir- Antarman ki Awaaz\"

The musical starts with a vocal narration about Kabir and precedes every song explaining the thought behind that song. Kabir poetry will be sung live by Vidhi Sharma to the music composed by Pt. Ajay Prasanna and will be accompanied with dance choreography by Maitreyee Pahari. All these artistic elements put together make “Kabir- Antarman ki Awaaz” what it sounds, looks and means. These artistic and aesthetical elements have been incorporated in order to drench the audience with vibrant colors of music, literature, dance and visuals. A musical, spiritual and literary treat, “Kabir- Antarman ki Awaaz” will be a complete journey for the audience of all generations, for people from all walks of life.rnrnMusic: Pt. Ajay PrasannarnChoreography: Maitreyee Pahari.

30th Mar,2019

Art Tune Of Spring

A group exhibition of paintings of Sekhar Kar, Subrata Das, Subrata Paul, Swarnali Pal and Jayanta Khan

28th Mar,2019

Fear Of A New Dawn

An exhibition of paintings by ranbir Kaleka, on the theme of blurred ines between the conscious and the subconscious, and the self an the other

08th Mar,2019

Mughal-e-Azam (The Great Mughal)

Director: K. Asif with Prithviraj Kapoor, Dilip Kumar, Madhubala, Durga Khote. Recipient of the National Film Award for Best Feature Film, 9th National Film Awards 1961; Filmfare Awards for best Film, Best Dialogue & Best Cinematography, 8th Filmfare Awards 1961. Re-visiting a cinema classic, considered one of Bollywood’s most iconic film and the highest-grossing Indian film of all time. It was the first Hindi film in black-and-white to be digitally coloured and released in 2004, it tells the story of 16th century doomed lovers, rebellious Prince Salim and court dancer Anarkali. rn

01st Apr,2019

Finding Radha: The Quest for Love

Edited by Malashri Lal and Namita Gokhale (Penguin India, 2018). Natya Katha on Radha By Dr. Sonal Mansingh, Padma Vibhushan, classical dancer, Guru, Choreographer, scholar and author on Indian socio-cultural traditions and Member of ParliamentrnrnFollowed by rnDiscussants: Shri Pavan K. Varma, writer-diplomat; Prof. Alok Bhalla, formerly with Dept. of English, CIEFL, Hyderabad and Visiting Professor of English, Jamia Milia Islamia and Ambedkar University, Delhi; Ms Renuka Narayanan, Commentator and columnist on religion and culture; and Ms Namita Gokhale, writer, Festival Director and publisherrnrnChair: Prof. Malashri Lal, formerly with Dept. of English, University of Delhi, and Member, English Advisory Board of Sahitya Akademirn

02nd Apr,2019

The Bamboo Princess (60 min)

Based on an ancient Japanese folk tale about the princess of the moon who is cursed and must live a lifetime on the earth. The show uses shadow puppets, dance, Bunraku style puppets and actors. A collaboration between Katkatha Puppets Art Trust and Setagaya Silk of TokyornrnMusic operator: Shruti Sunder; Puppets by Mohammed Shameem; and Choreography by Avinash Kumar & Honoh HorikawarnDirected by Anurupa Roy and Honoh Horikawarnrn

03rd Apr,2019

A Tribute to K.L. Saigal and His Immortal Songs

An audio-visual presentation; tribute by Shalini Bhargava. Followed by Ghazals. Presented by D.R. Gaurav Sood rnrnrn

04th Apr,2019

The Seven Cities of Delhi: Untold Stories

rnTalks and discussions led by Dr. Harsh Pathakrn

06th Apr,2019

IIC BAITHAKI

Hindustani Vocal Recital By Ankita Joshi from Mumbai, disciple of Sangeet Martand Pt. Jasraj; and Shri Lakshmikant RavandernAccompanists: Abhinav Ravande (harmonium); and Ramkrishna Karambelkar (tabla)rn

06th Apr,2019

Concert in memory of Sharan Rani Backliwal

Concert By Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, Mohan veena and Salil Bhatt, Satvik veena. Accompanied by Ram Kumar Mishra on tablarnrn

07th Apr,2019

Women in Law in India

Speaker: Smt Justice Indu Malhotra, Judge of the Supreme Court rnrnDiscussants: Shri Arghya Sengupta, Vidhi Dialogues; and Ms Liz Matthew, AdvocaternChair: Shri Justice B.N. SrikrishnarnrnJustice Malhotra will speak on her journey in understanding the legal profession in India and how that experience moulded women in taking stands and making judgements. It is also a platform to articulate how dexterously the instrument of law can be wielded by women to solve problems that beset our societyrnrnFirst in a new lecture series focusing on women in law in Indiarnrn

10th Apr,2019

IIC SPRING FESTIVAL OF MUSIC AND DANCE

Sitar Recital By Varadraj Bhonsale from Kolhapur, disciple of Pt. Arvind ParikhrnAT 19:00 Hindustani Vocal Recital By Debjani Dhar from Delhi, disciple of the late Pt. Harihar Shukla and Pt. Madhup Mudgal

11th Apr,2019

\"Existence\" Duet Show of Paintings By Ms. Reba Mandal and Mr. Purnendu Mandal

ART EXHIBITION "Existence" Duet Show of Paintings By Ms. Reba Mandal and Mr. Purnendu Mandal rn

29th Mar,2019

\" UJAS \"

A solo exhibition of paintings by Pinky Mahto

29th Mar,2019

Hindustani Vocal Recital

By Anagha Bhat from Bengaluru, disciple of Smt Geeta Hegde and Pt. Ulhas Kashalkar, Padmashree. Anagha Bhat is the recipient of the Sanskriti-Mani Mann Fellowship 2019rnrnrn

13th Apr,2019

Hindustani Vocal Recital

By Anagha Bhat from Bengaluru, disciple of Smt Geeta Hegde and Pt. Ulhas Kashalkar, Padmashree. Anagha Bhat is the recipient of the Sanskriti-Mani Mann Fellowship 2019rn

13th Apr,2019

The Making of the Thar Desert

Speaker: Shri Pranay Lal, environmentalist and author of Indica: A Deep History of the Indian SubcontinentrnrnChair: Dr. Amita BaviskarrnrnrnDetails to be announced laterrnrnRecognised with international awards at film festivals around the globe, the cinema from the Portuguese-speaking world is still mostly unknown to the general public. This 240 million people linguistic community is a thriving one, promoting over 80 film festivals and cinema awards every year, with movies mostly consumed in the respective countries. The Lusophone Film Fest is a showcase of the diversity of film production in the eight Portuguese-speaking countries spread across 4 continents. The film festival presents multiple works (documentaries, animations, shorts and feature films), in sessions of several films from different countries. The Lusophone Film Fest runs sessions in Nairobi (Kenya), Zanzibar (Tanzania), Bangkok (Thailand), Sydney (Australia), Phnom Penh (Cambodia), Macau (China), Geneva (Switzerland), Cox’s Bazar (Bangladesh) and Delhi (India) rn

16th Apr,2019

Moments of Being

An exhibition of paintings by Subhash Malik. Created over several decades since the 1950s, the works capture inspirational moments in different places – London, Baroda, Shimla and Mukteshwarrn

17th Apr,2019

The Zohra Segal Festival of the Arts

Dances from Films C.I.D. and Nau Do Gyarah, composed by Zohra SegalrnrnAt 18:45rnFilm LadoornrnAt 19:00rnHindustani Classical Vocal, by Kalapini Komkalirn

19th Apr,2019

Arts from the Banks of the Brahmaputra

Arts from the Banks of the Brahmaputra - Sattriya Dances - Choreographed and presented by Guru Meenakshi Medhi and her ensemble from Guwahati Followed by Popular Melodies of Bhupen Hazarika, Hemant Kumar and Other Bollywood Legends Vocal recital by Sagnik Sen from KolkatarnrnrnArts from the Banks of the BrahmaputrarnrnSattriya DancesrnChoreographed and presented by Guru Meenakshi Medhi and her ensemble from GuwahatirnrnFollowed byrnPopular Melodies of Bhupen Hazarika, Hemant Kumar and Other Bollywood LegendsrnVocal recital by Sagnik Sen from Kolkatarnrn(Collaboration: Impresario India)rnrn

19th Apr,2019

A Tribute to Mrinal Sen

A tribute to the celebrated director with a screening of two very popular feature films featuring Mamata ShankarrnrnEk din Pratidin (Bengali; 95 min; 1979; dvd; English subtitles)rnDirector: Mrinal SenrnrnRecipient of the National Film Awards 1979 for Best Film in Bengali & Best DirectorrnrnThe daughter of a middle-class family fails to return home one night. Her worried family organizes a search party and the situation quickly deteriorates into a deeper crisis made worse by the fact that she is the only bread winner in the familyrnrnAt 18:00rnAn Interactive Session with Mamata ShankarrnrnAt 19:00rnKharij (95 min; 1982; dvd; English subtitles)rnDirector: Mrinal SenrnrnRecipient of the National Film Award 1982 for Second Best DirectionrnrnThe film tells the story of a middle-class family who’s child servant is found dead, and their efforts to pacify his grieving fatherrnrn

21st Apr,2019

Gandhi Matters - Gandhi and Islam

GANDHI MATTERS - Gandhi and Islam - Speaker: Prof. Ramin Jahanbegloo, Professor and Vice – Dean, Jindal Global Law School and Executive Director, Mahatma Gandhi Centre for Peace, O.P. Jindal Global Universityrnrn

25th Apr,2019

WORLD DANCE DAY

WORLD DANCE DAY - Organised in collaboration with Natya Vriksha; and Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India In the Multipurpose Hall from 09:30 to 12 noon - Body and Movement Workshop - Conducted by Santosh Nair, Artistic Director, Sadhya Dance Company. The workshop is open to dancers of all styles, kindly please register your participation at natyavriksha@gmail.comrnrnAt 18:30 in C.D. Deshmukh AuditoriumrnYOUNG DANCERS FESTIVALrnOdissi Recital rnBy Rajashri Praharaj from BhubaneshwarrnrnKathakrnBy Rupanshi Kashyap from AhmedabadrnOn 28thrnRhythms in DancernWorkshop jointly conducted by Manohar Balatchandirane, mridangam artist; and Geeta Chandran, Bharatanatyam gururnrnThe workshop is open to dancers of all styles, kindly please register your participation at natyavriksha@gmail.comrnrnAt 16:00rnRema Shrikant – A personal dance journey from BarodarnrnAt 18:30 in C.D. Deshmukh AuditoriumrnYOUNG DANCERS FESTIVALrnMohiniattam RecitalrnBy Methil Devika from TiruvanathapuramrnrnBharatanatyam RecitalrnBy Manasvini Ramachandran from Chennairn

27th Apr,2019

MUSIC APPRECIATION PROMOTION

Ustad Alla Rakha – The story of a hundred years. Illustrated lecture by Rohen Bose, a promising young tabla player who’s research on the tabla and its language, particularly the Benaras Baaz is well-known and widely accepted. The presentation will trace Ustad Saab’s journey as a legendary artist with a special focus on his association with Kolkata in the 1950s and his compositions for filmsrn

17th Apr,2019

Sita-Ram

Sita-Ram' - a Bharatnatyam dance by Arshi Mathur, a disciple of Sindhu Mishra+

30th Mar,2019

\"Soch\" - a Kathak recital

By Archana Singh, Pooja Mani Shailja Nalwade and Tapan Roy, disciples of Guru Urmila Nagar

30th Mar,2019

The Needle Reverence

A story stitched by the thrift of Bengali women. An exhibition of Kanthas from the late 19th century till pre-independence; and contemporary Kantha created in the 1990s initiated by the renowned sculptor, the late Meera Mukherjee rnrnFrom the collection of Siddhartha Tagore and Mahesh Naithani; Meera Mukherjee’s kanthas from the collection of Dolly Narangrnrn rnrnInauguration by SmtJasleenDhamija, veteran historian on Indian textiles on Wednesday, 3 April 2019 at 17:30rnrn rnrnOrganisedto honour the memory of SmtKamaladeviChattopadhyayrnrn rnrn(Collaboration: MATI – Management of Art Treasures of India; with the support of Art Konsult; The Village Gallery; and Art & Deal Magazine)rnrn

04th Apr,2019

INDIAN ARCHAEOLOGY Copper Anthropomorphs and Early Indian Sculptures

Speaker: Dr. J. Manuel, Archeological Survey of IndiarnrnAlthough Brahmanical religion is very ancient, the currently known and acknowledged images are not older than 2500 years. This is because of the general understanding propounded by earlier Vedic scholars that Vedic religion is aniconic despite mention of images in the Rgveda . The present paper quoting from the Rgveda about the images of Indra being made, alludes to the many verses, as to how the imagery of the Copper Anthropomorphic figures primarily found from the Ganga

03rd Apr,2019

Art and Archaeology of Ancient India: Earliest times to the Sixth Century

A discussion based on Professor Naman P. Ahuja’s book, published by Ashmolean Museum: Oxford, 2018rnProfessor of Indian Art and Architecture at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and the co-Editor of Marg Publications, Mumbai, Prof. Ahuja was Research Fellow in the Ashmolean’s Department of Eastern Art from 2002 to 2004rn

04th Apr,2019

Princely Palaces in New Delhi

Speaker: Dr. Sumanta K. Bhowmick, Additional Director, Rajya Sabha Secretariat and author of Princely Palaces in New Delhi (pub. Niyogi Books, 2016)rnrnChair: Dr. Narayani Guptarnrn

11th Apr,2019

Employment and the Informal Sector

Welcome & Introductory Remarks: Shri Prabhat Kumar, former Cabinet SecretaryrnrnKeynote Speaker: Prof. Ravi Srivastav, Professor, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru UniversityrnChair: Dr. Arun Kumar Panda, Secretary, Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprisesrn

12th Apr,2019

Rango\'-ntaratma\'

A multimedia dance production inspired by the philosophy of Kashmir Shaivism

01st Apr,2019

Celebrating Dilli’s Heritage

A stroll through Humayun’s Tomb and Lodhi Garden. A solo exhibition by Anuradha Saluja

01st Apr,2019

A TARANNUM CHOIR CONCERT

Classic melodies old and new, devotional, patriotic, folk and semi-classical group songs of composers such as Naushad, Salil Chowdhary, Hemant Kumar, SD Burman, RD Burman, Laxmikant-Pyarelal, Kalyanji-Anandji, Anu Malik, Amit Trivedi and Dr. C. Ashwath. Conducted by Ravi Raj Sagarrnrn

01st Apr,2019

The Maestro and his Music - A Tribute to Rudra Veena maestro Ustad Asad Ali Khan

The Maestro and his Music - A Tribute to Rudra Veena maestro Ustad Asad Ali Khan. Hindustani classical vocalist Madhumita Ray renders compositions in rare raagas, elaborating a gayaki inspired by Khansaheb. Accompanied by Utpal Ghoshal (Tabla), Bharat Bhushan (Sarangi), Damodar Ghosh (Harmonium), Shivani Sen & Deeksha Haldar (Vocal support) rn

02nd Apr,2019

Madhavi- A Dance Festival

Madhavi- A Dance Festival that explores two dynamic female characters from Indian mythology. Draupadi “Still I Rise" by Bharatanatyam dancer Vidhya Subramanian and Shoorpanakha "The story only she nose" by Bharatanatyam dancer Dakshina Vaidyanathan Baghel. Collab. Kri Foundation rn

03rd Apr,2019

Unmistakable Humanism of Mirza Ghalib & Rabindranath Tagore

Unmistakable Humanism of Mirza Ghalib & Rabindranath Tagore. Panellists: Reba Som, former Director, ICCR Centre, Kolkota; Prof. Radha Chakravarty, Writer & Professor at Ambedkar University; Prof. Anisur Rahman, Professor at Jamia Millia Islamia & Urdu Shair; Dr. Saif Mahmood, Author of Beloved Delhi: A Mughal City and Her Greatest Poets. Moderator: Amb. Surendra Kumar, President IAFA. Collab. IAFA, New Delhi rnrn

04th Apr,2019

An evening of Dhrupad and Khayal. Rudra Veena recital by Sharada Mushti

An evening of Dhrupad and Khayal. Rudra Veena recital by Sharada Mushti, accompanied by Sukhad Munde (Pakhawaj). Vocal recital by Manu Srivastava accompanied by Pt.Bharat Bhushan Goswami (Sarangi) and Ust.Akhtar Hassan (Tabla)

05th Apr,2019

MUSIC - An Evening of soulful Ghazals and old film melodies. Rendition by Venkatraman Ramachandran

MUSIC - An Evening of soulful Ghazals and old film melodies. Rendition by Venkatraman Ramachandranrn

06th Apr,2019

MUSIC - 6th SMARAN Concert Series

MUSIC - 6th SMARAN - A concert series featuring young musicians such as Soumitra Thakur (Sitar recital), disciple of Pt. Kushal Das and Ravi Joshi (Hindustani Classical & Traditional Hori), disciple of Pt. Madhup Mudgal. Collab. Swarit Foundation rnrn

07th Apr,2019

AAINA\' Reflection of your Soul

By India Dance Theatre

04th Apr,2019

\"Kaise Karenge\" an urban Hindi play

By The Films & Theatre Society

06th Apr,2019

\"Jab We Separated

An emotional comedy Hindi drama

07th Apr,2019

\"Jaisa Filmon Mein Hota Hai\"

Hindi play written by Umesh Pandey and directed by Raj Upadhyay

08th Apr,2019

\"Rangrasiya Mahotsav\"

Indian classical and folk dance festival

11th Apr,2019

Shriram Jayanti

Celebrating Shriram Jayanti

24th Apr,2019

\"SPICMACAY\' Virasat: A Bharatnatyam dance recital by Geeta Chandran

"SPICMACAY' Virasat: A Bharatnatyam dance recital by Geeta Chandran

02nd Apr,2019

Eclectic Strokes Art Exhibition at Art Spice Gallery

Eclectic strokes is curated by Praveen Upadhye, an eminent artist, keeping in mind the signature style of each artist. The exhibition shall display works of S H Raza, M F Husain, Ram Kumar, F N Souza, T Vaikuntam, K G Subramanyan, Ram Kinker Baij, Jamini Roy, Suhas Roy, Arup Das, Jatin Das, Jogen Choudhury, Manu parekh, Paresh Maity, Neeraj Goswami, Sanath Kar, Jatin Das,Manish Pushkale,Gogi Saroj,Jai Zharotia,Yashwant Sirwadkar,Sanjay Bhattacharya,Sridhar Iyer amongst others.

01st Apr,2019

Artistes against Cancer 2019 - The Play \"Monsters in the Dark\"

Stage adaptation of Sidhartha Mukherjee's book The Emperor of all Maladies

15th Apr,2019

\"Thespis 3 - Naiional Micro Drama festival 2019\"

Drama festival

21st Apr,2019

\"Sur Na Saje\" - a tribute to Manna Dey

By SMW Entertainers

22nd Apr,2019

Orientation Day

By Madhuban Public School

28th Apr,2019

\'Smash 2019\'

Musical performance by students

29th Apr,2019

\'Sonalscape\' - celebrating an eventful life of 75 years

By Centre for Indian Classical Dances

30th Apr,2019

No Number No Name

A solo painting exhibition by Kavita Issar Batra

28th Mar,2019

Inspiring Nature

Shades of emotions A solo exhibition by Rajeev Semwal

01st Apr,2019

Faith & Fantasy 7th

A group exhibition by various artists - Bablu Paul, Biplab Dutta, Chhagendra Usendi, Arup Chatterjee, Haraprasad Chatterjee, Kishor Kumar Sharma, Sankar Sarkar, Sutapa Majumder Dutta, Subhash Banerjee, Sukanta Halder, Urnabh Halder

01st Apr,2019

IIHS City Scripts

City Scripts is an annual festival organised by The Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) to celebrate writings in and about the city, as seen through myriad lenses

01st Apr,2019

Art Workshop by Rohit Kumar Sharma

Classes every Saturday and Sunday at Open Palm Court conference room Timings: Saturdays, 2.30 pm - 5.00 pm and Sundays, 11.30 am - 2.00 pm Fee: Rs. 4,500/- for three months. The workshop is only for adults

01st Apr,2019

Celebrating Dilli’s Heritage

A stroll through Humayun’s Tomb and Lodhi Garden. A solo exhibition by Anuradha Saluja

01st Apr,2019

TALK & MUSIC - IHC Music Club

Share and Discuss. The origins and dynamics of the Veena. A lecture and demonstration by Veena exponent, Saraswati Rajagopalan

03rd Apr,2019

TALK & MUSIC - IHC Music Club

Listen, Share and Discuss. The origins and dynamics of the Veena. A lecture and demonstration by Veena exponent, Saraswati Rajagopalan

03rd Apr,2019

TALK - PANEL DISCUSSION. \'Uttaranga\'

An interactive discussion with the artistes and Director of "Rango'ntaratma", a multi media dance production inspired by the philosophy of oneness of Kashmir Shaivism. Moderator: Dr. Arshiya Sethi. rn

04th Apr,2019

MUSIC - An evening of Dhrupad and Khayal. Rudra Veena recital by Sharada Mushti,

Accompanied by Sukhad Munde (Pakhawaj). Vocal recital by Manu Srivastava accompanied by Pt.Bharat Bhushan Goswami (Sarangi) and Ust.Akhtar Hassan (Tabla) rn

05th Apr,2019

Navya Naveli

A group exhibition by Anjana Guleria, Anjali Sharma and Ramonkar

06th Apr,2019

Aagaaz Group Paintings & Sculpture exhibition by various artists

Aagaaz Group Paintings & Sculpture exhibition by various artists - Anitta Sethi, Bharti verma, Daljeet Kaur, Gaurav Chawla, Manan Negi, Manjusha, Nanda Gupta, Nitasha Jaini, Rajib Deyashi, Ruchi Chadha, Sakshi Talwar, Sangeeta Kumar Murthy, Siddharth Jharia, Simran Kaur, Sonali Chaudhari, Sonia Sareen, Soumick Nag, Suresh Kumar, Sujit P. Giram, Vrinda Jharia

06th Apr,2019

Women

A solo art exhibition of paintings by Shivani Soni

02nd Apr,2019

Nav Durga

An evening of Kathak dance performance by Guru Moumala Nayak and her troupe.

12th Apr,2019

SUNAINA - Society for the Upliftment of National Arts of India

An evening of Indian Classical Dance on the occasion of 25 years of Sunaina.

04th Apr,2019

Odishi Raga Utsav

Guru Gopal Panda Odishi Academy presents Odishi Raga Utsav, a two day festival of dance and music

05th Apr,2019

Harmony

An exhibition of paintings by the very talented artist Anil Gaikwad. Venue: Shridharani Gallery

01st Apr,2019

14th Kavi Sheila Siddhantakar Smriti Samman Samaroh followed by Kathak dance

Rag Virag is organizing Sheila Siddhantakar Smriti Samman Samaroh presenting the Poetess Shiela Siddhantakar Memorial Award to Sudha Upadhyay for her poetry collection ‘IsliyeKahoongi Mai’.

07th Apr,2019

Earthlings

A series of Encaustic Artworks by the artist B. Jaya Lakshmi

22nd Apr,2019

Creative Spark

A solo exhibition of paintings by Pinaki Ranjan Bera

12th Apr,2019

Heartbeat of the Void

An exhibition of paintings by Devraj Dakoji

15th Mar,2019

Change the Colour

A solo exhibition of Digital Abstract Art by the artist Shreela Gokarn

11th Apr,2019

Changing Narratives on the Himalayan Geo-strategy

Speakers: Shri Vishnu Prakash, former High Commissioner to Canada, Ambassador to South Korea and Official Spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs; Air Vice Marshal Kapil Kak, AVSM, VSM (Retd); and Prof. K. Warikoo, Secretary-General, Himalayan Research and Cultural Foundation; Editor, Journal of Himalayan and Central Asian Studies. Moderator: Prof. Sangeeta Thapliyal, Jawaharlal Nehru Universityrnrn

29th Apr,2019

The Magnificent Journey: Times and Tales of Democracy

The Magnificent. Directed by Abhijit Banerjee & Ranu Ghosh who will introduce the film. Screening will be followed by a discussionrnrnAt a time when the idea of democracy is under threat, this is a film that celebrates democracy Journey: Times and Tales of Democracyrn(72 min; 2019; dvd; English) for its ambition and the engagement and the excitement it generates, while also recognizing it’s many challenges. Drawing upon unique footage from hundreds of conversations with would be voters and local leaders in the towns and villages of North India, it emphasizes the humour, the passion and intellectual depth that participants brings into their decisionsrn

30th Apr,2019

Hungary: Pure Music

Piano and cello concert presented by Ebony Duo from Hungary – Virág Kiss, pianist; and Sándor Dezscő on the cello. The artists will presents works by Dávid Popper; Ferenc Liszt; Brahms; Debussy; Béla Bartók; and Zoltán Kodály

01st May,2019

The Third Pillar: How Markets and the State Leave the Community Behind

BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP: The Third Pillar: How Markets and the State Leave the Community Behind by Raghuram G. Rajan (HarperCollins India, 2019)rnDiscussants: Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia; Dr. Ashok V. Desai; and others

26th Apr,2019

Tranzistor Untuned

Natya Ustaad’s 'TRANZISTOR UNTUNED' is a 2016 farce comedy original play. Set in a mental asylum in Lahore 1972, the play revolves around the people of this asylum who were sent there before partition. They live together as a family and don't know about the existence of Pakistan. Things start to change when the announcement is made to shift the Hindu patients back to their motherland India. In order to break the news to the patients, the head doctor brings a transistor in the asylum, to make them aware of changes brought down in the past 25 years. But the poor patients are startled by the presence of this device since they know nothing about what is it or how it works.rnrnrnrnThe play brings the nostalgic air of the 70s with the old songs and dances. With hilarious, comic timings of each character and bittersweet fights among themselves. This UNTUNED family has it all, live music, dance, drama, emotions and the warmth of unity.rnrn

05th Apr,2019

Ashadh Ka Ek Din

Impresario Asia presents one of the most celebrated classic Play in Indian literature - ASHADH KA EK DIN. One of the most staged and respected modern Hindi Play written by Mohan Rakesh, it has become a landmark in the annals of Hindi Drama. The play is about Great Sanskrit poet Kalidas, author of Sanskrit classics like Ritu Sanghar, Abhigyan Shakuntalam, Megh Dootam, and Raghu Vansham. It narrates and beautifully brings out the story of his inspiration Mallika, a village belle, their love, separation, and the return of Kalidas only to find that, after his elevation in the royal court of Ujjayini, the class divide has separated him from his beloved forever. ...It is a play that makes you fall in love with the characters of the play...Kalidas Mallika and even Vilom, Kalidas' contemporary and rival for the hand of Mallika.rn

05th Apr,2019

Chandragupta

Chandragupta is a play which shows the journey of Chandragupta Maurya from a commoner to the king of Magadh. It also shows how Chanakya used his mind and Chandragupta`s strength to defeat the Greeks and fulfil his desire to make India a united nation. It tells the story of politics, diplomacy, revenge, hatred, conspiracy, sacrifice and love for the nation.

07th Apr,2019



04th Apr,2019

Wo Afsaana

A theatrical presentation where dramatized narration, poetry, live music, and singing blend together to bring an era gone by. The narrative weaves the unspoken love between two legendary poets. Sahir Ludhianvi’s songs infuse life and vibrancy that crave for his unsaid and unrequited love. Here is a show that celebrates literature and music

06th Apr,2019

Sweet Suite

SWEET SUITE is a Hindi adaptation of the celebrated English playwright Ray Cooney & 35 year old stage comedy play - OUT OF ORDER. The play features a government secretary who lies his way out of situations with the help of his innocent junior secretary, who gets more & more tangled in the improvised tales as the events unfold. rnrnrnAction takes place in a suite in a posh hotel situated in the heart of the national capital DELHI NCR and everything revolves around the accidents caused by a defective sash window. The frivolously, entertaining play has had a long run in UK when premiered in 1990 and was then adapted to French in 1996, followed by the play being converted to a successful Hungarian movie. It went on collecting accolades internationally as it entered the APAC region in 2012 with the show being staged at Singapore & Malaysia. The play currently runs in Russia & China and is all set to tickle the funny bones of the Indian audience. Sweet Suite, an inspired machine to cater to one of the civilized society's greatest joys, which is to see someone else in soup -- rnThree shows at 1pm, 4pm & 7pm

07th Apr,2019

An Evening With Bhrashtachar

“An evening with bhrashtachar” is a satire on the bureaucracy which is prevailing since our independence. This play is based on the poem written by “Padamshri Ashok Chakradhar Ji”. This play enhances the conspiracy between the bureaucrats who are fighting to be number one in corruption. This imaginary story touches the life of common man in some way or the other since we are connected to the different government departments for our various socio-legal works. In today’s world we are much more active on social media and share our emotions on it but, on the other hand, these emotions are virtual because not even a single human being is actually standing with us. So, the story of the play depicts that we have to be social instead of virtually social. Ticket: Rs.100/- onwards

14th Apr,2019

Ballabhpur Ki Roopkatha

Bengali playwright Badal Sircar has not only influenced Indian theatre but also has had a global reach. Badal Sarcar’s “Ballabhpur Ki Roopkatha” is based on the ancient history of the city of Ballabhpur. Bhupati Rai, the grandson of Ramapati Bhuyan carried their legacy & still has a 400-year-old palace. Now his financial conditions are not so good & he’s planning to sell the palace, but he is unable to do so because the palace is haunted. There is no single person left in the town from whom he hasn’t taken credit, and in order to settle the dues, he wants to sell the palace & shift to Kolkata, where he wants to set up dentistry with one of his friends. After several attempts, he somehow manages to get a buyer. To impress the buyer, he pretends to be the Royal King & takes the help of his creditors to become his royal staff. Now the confusion starts when Mr. Haldar, the buyer visits the palace. Will Bhupati be able to sell the palace to Haldar? Will Haldar come to know about the ghost in the palace? A Modern Indian comedy with all the suspense & fun you need

21st Apr,2019

Hamlet

Performing group: Knack Theater Garage Group; Playwright: William Shakespeare

06th Apr,2019

Premgarh

Performing group: Theatreleela; Director: Varun Sharma

07th Apr,2019

A Doll\'s House

Performing group: Theatreleela; Director: Varun Sharma; Playwright: Henrik Ibsen

19th Apr,2019

Caligula

Performing group: Theatreleela, Director: Varun Sharma, Playwright: Albert Camus

19th Apr,2019

Wrong Number

Performing group: Felicity Theatre Group. between three couples, A laugh riot and a roller coaster ride of confusions and suspicions around the characters of the play. Avinash is having an affair with Yashwant’s wife Kamini and is in constant conflict with his own wife, Ranjana. Ranjana feels Avinash is suspicious of his actions and phantom phone-calls made to the house and on his mobile. When Avinash returns late, she confronts him about his actions and the lies that he has been comforting work associate Natwarlal, who believes his wife Poonam is having an affair. Of course, Natwarlal and Poonam are innocent parties and neither of the adulterers realizes they have both implicated the Chaurasias in their alibis. The second part concerns the dinner parties at both the houses which, both are performed simultaneously. At the Singhs, the Chaurasias are treated to a polite and banal evening with Natwarlal desperately trying to impress Yashwant in the hope of a promotion, whereas Chaurasias attempt to impress in lieu of promotion but members of both parties suspect both Natwarlal or Poonam of sexual indiscretions. With matters totally confused, Yashwant summons everyone to his house to clear the air. It all ends but after great confusion.

20th Apr,2019

Ghazals and old film melodies

An Evening of soulful Ghazals and old film melodies. Rendition by Venkatraman Ramachandran

06th Apr,2019

FILM CLUB SCREENING - Budding Italian Film Directors’ Festival. Lorello e Brunello (Docu/2017/86 mins)

FILM CLUB SCREENING - Budding Italian Film Directors’ Festival. Lorello e Brunello (Docu/2017/86 mins). Dir. Jacopo Quadri. The story of Brunello and Lorello Biondi, twins living in Pianetti di Sovana, southern Tuscany, revolves around time. All their time is completely dedicated to and consumed by constant work, as if they were condemned to some sort of existential labour. But, notwithstanding their efforts, they are on the verge of failure as they feel helpless in front of the dropping prices in the global economic market.

07th Apr,2019

FILM CLUB SCREENING - Budding Italian Film Directors’ Festival. Lorello e Brunello (Docu/2017/86 mins)

Dir. Jacopo Quadri. The story of Brunello and Lorello Biondi, twins living in Pianetti di Sovana, southern Tuscany, revolves around time. All their time is completely dedicated to and consumed by constant work, as if they were condemned to some sort of existential labour. But, notwithstanding their efforts, they are on the verge of failure as they feel helpless in front of the dropping prices in the global economic market.

07th Apr,2019

Never Let Me Go

Never Let Me Go - A solo painting exhibition by Dr. Balesh Jindalrn

08th Apr,2019

Mysteries of the Brain & Mind Lecture Series. What is a Correct Decision?

Speaker: Dr. Shamsher Dwivedee, Chairman, PSRI Institute of Neurosciences. Collab. PSRI Hospital

08th Apr,2019

Bhu (Earth) - A dance production by Kathak exponent Prerna Shrimali

Bhu (Earth) - A dance production by Kathak exponent Prerna Shrimali based on the theme of Habitat Photosphere, the biennial photo festival. An initiative of the India Habitat Centre rnrn

10th Apr,2019

Habitat Photosphere

An exhibition of photographs by Habitat Photosphere awardees and mentorsrn

01st Apr,2019

Color Strokes - A solo show by Anamika S.

Color Strokes - A solo show by Anamika S.

11th Apr,2019

DANCE - Guru Pranam Utsav 2019

Guru Pranam Utsav 2019 - An Odyssey of Odissi. Solo dance recital by Guru Jhelum Paranjape; Odissi duet by Gajendra Panda and Japanese dancer Kaori Naka; A Performance by Jyoti Srivastava and senior disciples of Vaishali Kala Kendra

12th Apr,2019

CIMA Art Mela

CIMA Art Gallery presents a group exhibition of paintings, etchings, sketches & sculptures by various renowned and senior artists - Arpita Singh, Jogen Chowdhury, Paramjit Singh, Thota Vaikuntam, Manu Parekh, Lalu Prasad Shaw, Paresh Maity, Prabhakar Kolte, Sudip Roy, Jayasri Burman, Farhad Husain, Rm. Palaniappan, Subrata Gangopadhyay, Ramananda Bandyapadhyay, Rabin Mondal, Samir Aich, Anju Chaudhuri, Babu Xavier, Shreyasi Chatterjee, Akhilesh, Kavita Nayar, Nayanaa Kanodia, Bimal Kundu, Atin Basak, Sunirmal Maiti, Kingshuk Sarkar, Sandip Roy, Chhering Negi, Gourishankar Soni, Hemant Rao, Asim Pal, Amit Saha, Swapnesh Vaigankar, Roul Hemanta, Manish Moitra, Hemavathy Guha, Sushanta Guha, Anandomay Banerjee, Moti Zharotia, Priti Mann rn

13th Apr,2019

स्पंदन... - A group painting and sculpture exhibition

स्पंदन... - A group painting and sculpture exhibition

12th Apr,2019

The Sufis of Nizamuddin - Rang e Mehfil

A musical evening with qawali by Humsar Hayat Nizami weaved by musical renditions of kalams by Rene Singh. Produced by Chishty Nizami Welfare Trust. Tickets at Rs.200, 350 and 500 available on bookmyshow.com

13th Apr,2019

The Sufis of Nizamuddin (Music/100 mins). Rang e Mehfil

A musical evening with Qawali by Humsar Hayat Nizami weaved by musical renditions of Kalams by Rene Singh. Produced by Chishty Nizami Welfare Trust rnTickets at Rs.200, 350 and 500 available on bookmyshow.com

13th Apr,2019

MUSIC - Day 2 of Guru Pranam Utsav 2019

An Odyssey of Odissi. Hindustani Vocal recital by Guru Bankim Sethi, Saroj Mohanty & Siddharth Kishore. Followed by rhythmic embellishments on ‘Mardala' by Prafulla Mangaraj & Pradeepta rn

13th Apr,2019

Swar, Vyanjan aur Manoranjan

Theatre: Hindi/Musical/80 mins. Dir. Ankur Saxena Bashar. Prod. Yavanika, the Dramatics Society of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College and Banyan Theatres. Based on “Ti Phulrani” by P.L. Deshpande, an adaptation of G.B.Shaw's Pygmalion. In a bold retelling of the story of the Phonetician and the poor Flower Girl, the play focuses the use and abuse of language, and on the redemptive power of "Naad" the sound of infinity, hidden in the day to day articulation of our vowels (swar) and consonants (vyanjan). Tickets at Rs.200 available on bookmyshow.com

13th Apr,2019

Talk on Life - a Dream, Maya and Illusion, the Indian roots

Indian and Spanish panel will discuss bout ‘Maya’, the world as illusion, and the Indian roots of this important theatrical work. Collab. Instituto Cervantes Delhi and Embassy of Spain

13th Apr,2019

Testimony of Love: Scenes from the Dargah Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia

A photography exhibition rn

15th Apr,2019

Jivisha

A strong eternal desire to live and continue living life to its fullest, expressed through a Kathak performance by Anukriti Vishwakarma and group.

15th Apr,2019

Nritya Darpan

An Indian classical dance festival. Performances by Meenu Thakur (Kuchipudi), Purnashree Raut (Odissi), Rashmi Aggarwal (Bharatanatyam) and Vani Madhav (Odissi Group).

16th Apr,2019

Tribute to Legendary Filmmaker Mrinal Sen

A Multilingual Poets’ Meet as a tribute to legendary filmmaker Mrinal Sen.

16th Apr,2019

Meghnad Badh Kabya -

A musical solo of the epic poem in Bengali by Michael Madhusudan Dutt, presented by theatre exponent Gautam Halder. rn

17th Apr,2019

One Hundred Years - Reimagining Delhi

The third panel in the series will discuss "Urbanity Resides in Public Spaces - the key to transforming our public spaces is the energy of citizens". Panellists: Verendra Wakhloo, architect; Partho Dutta, historian; Amal Allana, theatre director; Snehanshu Mukherjee, architect. Moderator: M. N. Ashish Ganju, architect & teacher.

18th Apr,2019

Attraction of Beauty

A solo painting by Radhey Shyam

19th Apr,2019

BANFF Mountain Film Festival 2019 World Tour

Films on remote journeys, ground-breaking expeditions, and cutting-edge adventures told through the eyes of adventurers, authors, photographers, and filmmakers from around the globe. 150 minutes of adrenaline pumping, inspirational and aspirational movies.

19th Apr,2019

BOOK DISCUSSION. Corporate Monk: A journey from Wealth to Wisdom by Anju Sharma

A chronicle of a ‘burnt out’ corporate manager’s journey towards fulfilment. The author will be in conversation with Kaveree Bamzai, former Editor ‘India Today’ and freelance journalist rn

19th Apr,2019

Views From Planet Autism 2019

A group painting exhibition by artists on the Autism Spectrum

20th Apr,2019

A Tale of Two Cities (Eng/130 mins). Dir. Feisal Alkazi.

Music: Sharmila Livingston. Choreography: Vishwakant Sinha. Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities, now as a musical! A stirring story full of colour and variety, rage and love with unforgettable characters caught up in the whirlwind of history. A poignant yet powerful tale set against the turbulent days of the French revolution. Justice, revenge, love, oppression and sacrifice. Tickets at Rs.200, 350 & 500 available on bookmyshow.com and at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC rn

20th Apr,2019

Andaaz-e-Ghazal

Andaaz-e-Ghazal - Singer - Composer Shakeel Ahmed brings us memories of Ghazal greats Begum Akhtar, Ustad Mehdi Hasan Khan and Jagjit Singh

20th Apr,2019

Monasteries of Richen Zangpo (Docu/Eng/2010/30 mins)

Dir. Benoy K. Behl. Produced for Doordarshan. The film is about the art of the Kashmiri painters who made the great chain of monasteries across the trans-Himalayas in the 11th-12th centuries

21st Apr,2019

Coral Reef Gardens

A painting exhibition on Coral reefs by M. Uma

22nd Apr,2019

A Brush with Nature

A solo painting exhibition by Kajal Nalwa

22nd Apr,2019

Her Stories

Introspecting women of Indian epics and mythology. Bharatanatyam recital by Aparajita Sarma, disciple of Kanaka Sudhakar

22nd Apr,2019

I Remember (Docu/Hindi with Eng subtitles/2018/49 mins)

Dir. Geeta Sahai. The film captures the intense experience of a woman and her family as they come to terms with the early onset of Alzheimers. Hopes, ambitions and dreams often fade away as their lives get disrupted in the absence of adequate institutional, social and emotional support. The screening will be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker.

22nd Apr,2019

IHC-RIS-CEFIPRA Science

Technology and Innovation Policy (STIP) Forum. Response to emerging infectious diseases in the context of urbanization and global warming: where is the Science gone? Speaker: Dr. Olivier Telle, Researcher at CNRS, France, currently affiliated with Centre de Sciences Humaines, Embassy of France, India; Chair: Dr. Dinakar M. Salunke, Director, International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, New Delhi

22nd Apr,2019

Performance by and interaction with noted Hindustani Classical Vocalist Rama Sundar Ranganathan

Gunijan Sabha Verse 48. Bhakti Parampara and Lady Saints of India.

23rd Apr,2019

Odissi dance by Subrata Tripathy

Bhaktamar - an Odissi dance ballet which ventures out to explore the ‘Bhakti Bhava’ through Jainism. Choreography by Daksha Mashruwala. Performed by Subrata Tripathy and Siddhi Waiker

24th Apr,2019

A Melody in Colour - by Sabrina Gill

A Melody in Colour - by Sabrina Gill

25th Apr,2019

COSMIC VOYAGE (A Journey through the Galaxy of Indian Art)

Cosmo Arts India Gallery presents a group exhibition by various artists - A Bala, F. N Souza, G.R. Irrana, Jagannath Panda, Jamini Roy, K.G Subramanyan, Laxma, Goud, M.F Hussain, Sankho Chaudhury, Satish Gujral, Somnath Hore, Neeraj Goswami, Ompal, Sansanwal, Suhas Roy, T. Vaikuntam, T. V. Santosh, B.M.Kamath, SH Raza, Amitesh Verma, Nirensen Gupta

25th Apr,2019

Bharatanatyam by Aditi Jaitly Jadeja

Entry by invitation only. Limited invitations available at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC. rn

25th Apr,2019

Nashist. Aaj Rang Hai Ae Maan Rang Hai Ri

A musical evening of Hazrat Amir Khusro's Qalam sung by folk musician, Piyush Raj. Audio visual presentation of Amir Khusro's biographical sketch directed by Jaswin Jassi. Concept: K.K. Kohli.

25th Apr,2019

TALK ON -KANTHA

BY JASLEEN DHAMIJA

12th Apr,2019

Rohini Ghadiok Oration. The Stuff of Fairytales

A performative Poetry reading by Kalki Koechlin, actress and writer. A satire on the gender expectations dished out to us through stories told to us as children. How can we rewrite our childhood stories to have better relationships between genders? How can love last beyond the 'happily ever after'?

26th Apr,2019

Revisiting Classics with Translation Artists - VI

Experiencing Inter - medium Translation: Poetry - Dance - Architecture. Discussants: Guru Prerana Shrimali, Senior dance exponent, Jaipur Gharana of Kathak; Prof. S.M. Akhtar, Architect & Dean, Dept. of Architecture, Jamia Milia Islamia; Prof. Anurag Verma, Architect and faculty at Apeejay School of Architecture. Curator: Prof. Anand Khatri, Architect and faculty at Delhi Technical Campus (DCT). Chairperson: Dr. Anamika, Poet and Academic.

26th Apr,2019

CREATIVE STROKE

A solo painting exhibition by Puja Nikunj. Range of paintings of realistic and fine art, revolves around indian Custom.

27th Apr,2019

Navratri Mahotsav - \'Shiva Shakti\'

A dance performance on the occasion of Navratri Mahotsav

11th Apr,2019

Baby’s Blues (Eng/120 mins)

Wri. Tammy Ryan. Dirs. Ila Arun & K.K. Raina. Susan is a career woman with a seemingly perfect life, with a sensitive husband and a brand new bundle of joy on the way. Taking off from that very moment when a pregnant Susan goes into labour, the play follows her journey as she becomes a new mother, with a frighteningly inexplicable new-born to care for. Employing both realistic and surrealistic elements, Baby's Blues explores one woman’s descent into postpartum depression, but also brings into focus the difficult challenge of becoming a mother for the first time. Tickets at Rs.250, 350 and 500 available on bookmyshow.com

27th Apr,2019

Rohini Ghadiok Oration

The Stuff of Fairytales

27th Apr,2019

Binder (Hindi/120 mins)

Dir. Sarbajeet Das. Prod. Theatre On Your Own. Vijay Tendulkar’s protagonist Sakharam Binder offers more than food, shelter and clothing to cast off wives, who would otherwise be homeless or manhandled. He imposes his own rules on them without considering the implications of this arrangement. Even today, where we prefer showing the mirror instead of seeing in it, here’s an adaptation of Binder in a unique story-telling format that is bound to make you think hard. Tickets at Rs. 150, 300 and 400 available on bookmyshow.com

28th Apr,2019

An Evening of Soulful Melodies of Tagore

A solo vocal presentation by Amrita Dutta.

28th Apr,2019

World Dance Day Celebrations

To mark World Dance Day Celebrations - An exhibition by renowned dance photographer, Avinash Pasricha

29th Apr,2019

International Dance Day Special

Bharatanatyam solo by Dakshina Vaidyanathan; Kathak solo by Diva Goswami Dikshit; Odissi duet by Vrinda Chadha and Vinod Kevin Bachman; Kuchipudi group by the disciples of Raja Radha Reddy; Mohiniyattam solo by Alexandra Vodopyanova; Sattriya by Jhilmill Pathak; Duet Chaau by Rakesh Sai Babu with Priya Srinivasan; Russian Ballet solo by Nikolina Nikoleski.

29th Apr,2019

A group exhibition by various artists

Forever Now Modern Art Gallery presents - a group exhibition by various artists - Thota Vaikuntham, Amit Bhar, Vijendra Sharma, G. Subramaniam, Vinayak, Gorjala, Biplab Biswas, Niladri Paul, Sanju Jain, Suchit Sahni

30th Apr,2019

A Kathak recital by Astha Godbole Karlekar

Disciple of Guru Savita Godbole

30th Apr,2019

Women Empower India Series

A new series that envisages empowering women to run their own businesses by encouraging innovation through exchange of knowledge on best industry practices. Keynote by Shalini Goyal Bhalla, Head India Operations, Indo-American Center. Followed by a panel discussion on Transformational leadership featuring Bhuvana Anand, Centre for Civil Society, Swati Singh Sambhyal, Centre for Science and Environment and Shashank Shekhar, National Small Industries Corporation.

30th Apr,2019

IIHS City Scripts

The Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) is a national education institution committed to the equitable, sustainable and efficient transformation of Indian settlements. City Scripts is an annual festival organised by IIHS to celebrate writings in and about the city, as seen through myriad lenses

01st Apr,2019

Anne Frank – A History for Today

‘Anne Frank- A History for Today’ highlights the story of Anne Frank against the backdrop of the. Second World War and the Holocaust. Her dairy comprising vivid observations and experiences, is one of the world’s most popularly read personal accounts of the Holocaust. Complete with quotations from her diary and the Frank family’s photographs, the exhibition showcases how personal accounts can help us understand events that shaped world history and understand their relevance for today’s age. rnrnThe exhibition is brought to Delhi in collaboration with The Anne Frank House, Amsterdam, PeaceWorks, an initiative of The Seagull Foundation for the Arts and the Embassy of the Netherlands in India. rn

18th Apr,2019

Chacha Chhakkan in Action

The play centres around the quirky misadventures of a 45-year old interfering husband Chacha Chhakkan

13th Apr,2019

Akbar The Great Nahin Rahe

What happens when Akbar's greatness is questioned in today's India? He finds support in heaven from Ashoka to Alexander to Atal Ji. But to redeem his name, he needs an ally on Earth.

13th Apr,2019

The Ramayana

The play has been praised for the dramatic intensity of the script, which explores the human characters of Rama and Sita, with reverence and insight.

13th Apr,2019

Man Disposes God Proposes

An Indian adaptation of John Mortimer's comic drama Dock-Brief. Himaqat Qureshi is charged for murdering his fun loving wife. All the evidence is against him and he is sure to be convicted....until advocate Kamal Kant Tripathi enters the scene. Tickets Rs.200/- onwards

14th Apr,2019

Songs of the Soil

Six emerging artists give us a canvas of surrealism and an abstraction that celebrates the southern terrain of India; these paintings are about creating new vistas, most clearly aligned with current trends