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22/02/2019-24/02/2019
6:30 pm-9:30 pm
Dhrupad Utsav

Dhrupad Sansthan Bhopal in association with IGNCA Delhi presents Dhrupad Utsav Delhi.

Contact No – 9811501026


Venue:  CV Mess Auditorium, IGNCA, New Delhi
22/02/2019-26/02/2019
5:30 pm
Ba Bapu Evam Shilp-Kala Utsav

We are happy to inform that the IGNCA in collaboration with Sampoorna Bamboo Kendra, Nagpur, Maharashtra is organizing the festival of artisans and crafts persons “Ba Bapu Evam Shilp-Kala Utsav” to celebrate 150th birth centenary of Mahatma Gandhi.

This mega festival of artisan communities will be held at IGNCA for 5 days from 22-26 February 2019 dedicated not only to Mahatma Gandhi but also the memory of ‘Baa’ Kasturba Gandhi. In this festival nearly 450 Karigars (artisans/ craft- persons, both male and female) and 50 artists will be participating.

The inaugural function will be held on 22nd February 2019 at 5.30 pm in Bhim Auditorium, Dr. Ambedkar International Centre (DAIC), 15, Janpath, New Delhi. The inaugural programme will be followed by the Naatya Katha: Kasturba ki Kahani performance by Dr. Sonal Mansingh (Hon’ble Member of Rajya Sabha and recipient of Padma Vibhusan and Padma Bushan).


Venue:  Bhim Auditorium, Dr. Ambedkar International Centre (DAIC), 15, Janpath,, New Delhi
22/02/2019
5:00 pm
Film Screening of `Wangla….A Garo Festival’

The lineage of the Garo people of western Meghalaya goes back to Tibet. The Garo hills are interspersed with patches of low-lying plains bordering Assam and Bangladesh. The life of Garos revolves around the Sun God, who rules their Jhum or shifting cultivation, and envelopes the dynamics of their life ways. The Wangla festival of the Garos is the time for celebrating the bounty and well being, bestowed by Sun God. It is the time to rejoice; time to choose the bride and the groom; and the time for young persons to mingle freely. The film places the life and times of Garos in the background of their traditional philosophy and belief systems, and provides a mirror to the Garo mindscape.

Director: Bappa Ray;  Duration: 52 minutes 27 seconds


Venue:  IGNCA Auditorium, Media Centre, 3, Dr. Rajendra Prasad Road, New Delhi
22/02/2019
3:30 pm
Documentary film titled ‘Mudiyettu and Kalamezuthum Pattum

Venue:  Seminar Hall, RCB,, Bengaluru
22/02/2019-26/02/2019
11:00 am-7:00 pm
On Gandhiji’s 150th birth anniversary and death anniversary of "Baa" IGNCA is organising a Five day festival called Hunar Khoj Yatra

In this festival, 500 artisans and folk artists from across the country will participate and show their skills in front of everyone. These artisans have been identified by the Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts from six regions of India with the help of Sampoorn Bamboo Kendra, Nagpur. This festival will showcase in the HAAT BAZAR, products of traditional artisans of wood / clothes / bamboo / leather / brass / gold / silver / iron / clay / figurine / embroidery work etc. The performance of folk dances of India will be shown and the artisan workshops and food from different states will be a feature of this festival .

Contact No – 011-23388016


Venue:  Number 3, Lawns , IGNCA, New Delhi
22/02/2019-24/02/2019
9:00 am
शंखनाद - भारतीय कालक्रम

IGNCA, IHAR collaborative International Inaugural Conference on “Indic Chronology” to be held under Vedic Heritage Portal of IGNCA.

 

Contact No – 23388063


Venue:  IGNCA premises, New Delhi
22/02/2019
3:00 am
 प्रख्यात सरोद वादक पं ज्योतिन भट्टाचार्य- “हमारे विरासत” under काशी व्याख्यान माला

A lecture delivered by Sri Amitabh Bhattacharya, Chairperson and Prof. Rajeshwar Acharya

Contact No – 09868114985


Venue:  IGNCA, Varanasi, New Delhi
11/02/2019-28/02/2019
All Day
An exhibition on Shambhu Nath Mitra collection

Cordially invites you to the Innaugraion


Venue:  IGNCA Twin Art Gallery, C.V. Mess, Janpath, New Delhi