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Date : October 5-7, 2015

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Venue : New Delhi (India)

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Venue : Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai, India

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Date:   24 June to 15 July, 2015

Event : ‘Africans in India: A Rediscovery’ a travelling exhibition put together by 

the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi and the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York, retraces the lives and achievements of some of the talented and prominent Africans of yesterday who became an integral part of the socio-cultural heritage of India.  

In association with Science Centre, Surat (under Surat Municipal Corporation), the exhibition is being showcased at the art galleryof Science Centre.  


Time: 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (Mondays and Gazetted Holidays closed)

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Date : 3rd -4th July, 2015

Event : Begum Akhtar Centenary Commemoration Festival in collaboration with NaadSaagar Society.

IGNCA is a partner and one of the nodal agencies for the celebration of Begum Akhtar Centenary being observed by the Government of India this year.

Programme Schedule :

3rd July 2015 

11:00AM Film Screening 

`Hai Akhtari...  with an introduction by the director S. Kalidas and followed by Q&A session with him

5:30PM Performances

Smt. Shubha Joshi (Thumri-Dadra), followed by Ustad Mohammed Ahmed Warsi Nasiri Qawwal (Qawwali)


4th July 2015

11:00AM Poetry Reading. 

Selected ghazals of Shakeel Badayuni, Faiz Ahmed Faiz and Jigar Moradabadi, recited by Dr. Md. Zahidul Haque and team

5:30PM Performances

Shri Sudeep Bannerji (Thumri-Dadra), followed by Vidushi Shanti Hiranand (Ghazal) 

Accompanying Musicians

Ghulam Sabir (Sarangi), Kishore Pande (Tabla), Nawab Ali (Tabla), Salamat Ali (Harmonium)

, Prof. C. R. Rao Road, Gachibowli

Film Screening & Poetry Reading Sir C. V. Raman Auditorium

Performances DST Auditorium

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Date : 16th July, 2015

Event : Lecture on `Diving Into the Lake: On the Necessity, Joy, and Anxiety 

of (Re) Translating Tulsidas’ Rāmcaritmānas’  by Professor Philip Lutgendorf, Professor of Hindi and Modern Indian Studies, University of Iowa.

Chair: Professor Purushottam Agrawal 

Malaviya Chair Professor, Banaras Hindu University 

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Time : 4.30pm

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Date :           22nd July, 2015

Event:          Lecture by Prof. R.N. Misra titled,  

organised by ‘Worldview of Vishwakarmas’ program, Janapada Sampada Division, I.G.N.C.A.

Venue:         IGNCA  Lecture Hall,

Time:           5.30 p.m.

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Date : 23rd July, 2015

Event : An illustrated talk by Dr. Sunil Kothari on “From the mist of 

Brahmaputra River : Lives of celibate monks in Sattras of Assam with special reference to Natun Kamalbari Sattra”,  further  supplemented with screenings of excerpts  from a documentary film, demonstration of the technique of Sattriya dance by Bismillah Khan Yuva Puraskar awardee young celibate monk Shri Bhabanand Barbayan of Natun Kamalavari Sattra, Majuli Island, Assam.

Venue : IGNCA  Lecture Hall,

Time:           5.00pm

Date : 29th July, 2015

Event : Lecture by Dr. Nandana Chutiwongs on

Venue : IGNCA  Lecture Hall,

Time:           4.30p.m.

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Date:           Thursday, 23 July, 2015

Event:         IGNCA Book Circle  @ Reference Library

Under the Outreach initiative the IGNCA Book Circle has a monthly event held on the fourth Thursday of every month from 4:00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. 

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Time:          4.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.

FILM CIRCLE SCREENING – 2nd & 4th Friday of every month

Date :           10th July,2015


Director: Prithviraj Mishra             

Duration : 49 minutes

The icons of Lord Jagannatha and his companions in Jagannaata temple of Puri in Orissa are made of Neem wood. Ritualistically, these icons are made after an interval of twelve/nineteen years. This event is called Navakalevara  or the new embodiment.This film is a rare documentation of this event.

Venue:         IGNCA Auditorium,

Time:           6.00 p.m.


Date :          24th July,2015



Director: Bappa Ray  

Duration: 60 mts

From the 7th century, Buddhism underwent radical changes, and new forms appeared which were called Mahayana and Vajrayana or Tantra. The discipline combines yoga practice with highly complex ritualism, mixed with magic, and involves the worship of a large number of divinities, Buddhas and Bodhisattvas. Mahayana Buddhism, both as a religion and a way of life has influenced the outlook of diverse communities in the Himalayan region. From Ladakh and Himachal in the west to Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim in the east, in small villages scattered throughout the areas bordering Tibet, are communities who have adopted the Buddhist way of life. The film looks at the influence of Buddhism – a Living Religion, on the socio-cultural heritage, dances, festivals, arts and craft of Buddhist communities in the North Eastern region of India, especially Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim. 

Venue:         IGNCA Auditorium,

Time:           6.00 p.m.

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