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11:00 am
"सभ्यता एवं संस्कृति : अन्तरावलम्बन"

इंदिरा गाँधी राष्ट्रीय कला केंद्र क्षेत्रीय शाखा राँची एवं राँची विश्वविद्यालय द्वारा आयोजित व्याख्यान

मुख्य वक्ता : डॉ. जंग बहादुर पाण्डेय (पूर्व अध्यक्ष, हिंदी विभाग, राँची विश्वविद्यालय, राँची)

Venue:  हिंदी विभाग, राँची विश्वविद्यालय, राँची
4:00 pm
Book launch cum reading session of 'Nala Sopara'

By Dr. Chitra Mudgal

Contact No – 23385884

Venue:  IGNCA, Conference Hall, CV Mess, Janpath,, New Delhi
22/04/2019 - 27/04/2019
11:00 am
Sampark - A five day camp for children

Contact No – 7567895399

Venue:  IGNCA Auditorium, Museum & Picture Gallery , Vadodara, Gujarat
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
National seminar on 'South Indian Ecology & Folk Religious Traditions'

In collaboration with Pondicherry Institute of Linguistics and Culture.

Contact No – 9944615164

Venue:  IGNCA, Seminar Hall, Pondicherry Institute of Linguistic & Culture, New Delhi
9:30 am - 5:00 pm
National Conference : South Indian Ecology and Folk Religious Traditions

Collaboration:  with Pondicherry Institute of Linguistic and Culture

 Concept: The South Indian Society with its age old cultural traditions is abounding with religious bondage, with its ecological environment. As this Religion is known for its multiple kinds of geographical topography, tropical climates, various soil firmaments, mountains hills, rivers, ravines and rivulets, costal edges and a greater bio diversity repositories, these pose very many upheavals’ and hardships in the social and cultural living patterns which consequently cause different kinds of cognitions, beliefs, ethos and religious cult patterns. The belief, systems, their myths, worship patterns, ritual core offer a plethora for the scholars of Cultural Studies/Social Sciences.

Hence, it is proposed to organize a One Day National Conference, on “South Indian Ecology and Folk Religious Traditions”.

This Conference focuses on the Cultural Traditions of the South Indian Ecology and Folk Religious Traditions”. This Conference focuses also on the cultural traditions of the South Indian Societies, including the Tribal populations of the South Indian Region pertinent to the environmental cognitive acumen.

 Contact – 9944615164

Venue:  Pondicherry Institute of Linguistic and Culture, Puducherry
6:45 pm
Rangali Bihu

Contact No – 8826803841, 9212180914

Venue:  IGNCA Lawns, New Delhi
6:00 pm
Sufi Musical Evening

By Ms. Vidhi Sharma

 Contact No – 23388155

Venue:  IGNCA, Auditorium, CV Mess, Janpath -110001, New Delhi
7:00 pm
Itihas : A docu-drama on the saga of Indian freedom struggle (1857-1947)

Written and Directed by Shri D.P. Sinha

Contact No – 23388155

Venue:  IGNCA Lawns, R.P Road -110001, New Delhi
6:00 pm
Book Reading on Jalianwala Bagh

By Kishwar Desai and Prof. Chaman Lal

Contact No – 23388155

Venue:  IGNCA, Lecture hall, Mansingh Road, New Delhi
11:00 am
An exhibition on silk craft of Gujarat – 'Patan Patola'

Contact No – 7567895399

Venue:  IGNCA, Auditorium, Museum & Picture Gallery, Vadodara, Gujarat
16/04/2019 - 17/04/2019
10:00 am
Inventory of Cultural Heritage of Kutch Regions at Bunni, Bhuj, Gujarat - Second Technical Workshop of UNESCO

A collaborative project.

Contact No : 23388821

Venue:  Bhuj, Gujarat
4:00 pm
Panel discussion on Jalianwala Bagh Massacre

By publication Division, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting

Contact No – 23388155

Venue:  IGNCA, Auditorium, CV Mess, Janpath – 110001, New Delhi
15/04/2019 - 15/07/2019
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
An exhibition on Gondi Mahabharata

Paintings by Gond Artist

Venue:  Upper basement, 11, Mansing Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Bohagi Utsav

Annual Bihu Festival of Assam

Contact No – 955528420

Venue:  IGNCA Lawns, New Delhi
10:00 am
Sanskritik Karyakram on Hindu New Year

A collaborative of IGNCA in association with White Shadow Trust

Contact No : 23388155

Venue:  Auditorium, CV Mess, IGNCA, New Delhi
5:00 pm
Jallianwala Bagh Centenary - Commemoration Exhibtion (1919 - 2019)

Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) in collaboration with The Arts and Cultural Heritage Trust and National Archives of India will commemorate the 100th year of Jalianwala Bagh massacre.

On April 13, 1919 more than one thousand innocent, unarmed people were killed in Jalianwala Bagh Amritsar by Brigadier General Dyer. They were fired upon for ten minutes without a warning while attending a peaceful meeting, and also celebrating the festival of Baisakhi. The horrific attack was the spark that lit the flame of India’s freedom struggle and united those determined to wrest the country’s independence from colonial rule.

Venue:  IGNCA, Twin Art Gallery, CV Mess, Janpath, New Delhi
13/04/2019 - 28/04/2019
5:00 pm
An exhibition to commemorate the centenary of Jallianwala Bagh Massacre

In collaboration with TAACHT

Contact : 23388155

Venue:  Twin Art Gallery I, IGNCA, New Delhi
5:30 pm
Film Screening : Dharti ko Aakash Pukare

A film based on Shamshaad Begum Directed by Rajeev Shrivastav

Contact No- 23388300

Venue:  IGNCA Auditorium, Media Centre, 3, Rajendra Prasad Road, New Delhi
3:30 pm
Film Screening: The Legacy of Raja Deen Dayal

Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Regional Centre, Bengaluru

DIrector: Jai Chandiram | Duration: 20 min

Venue:  Seminar Hall, IGNCA Bengaluru Regional Centre,, Bengaluru
11/04/2019 - 12/04/2019
All Day
National Seminar : Inland and Maritime Trade in Peninsular India

From the earliest times up to 16 th Century C E), Collaboration with Department of History, Pondicherry University & Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts.

Coordinator: Dr. Sanjay Jha

The main objective of organising National Seminar is to understand the dynamics of Early Historic and Medival trade networks in Peninsular India to highlight the appearance of trade and crafts guilds in 6th century BC. That marks one of the most dynamic facets of the Second urbanization in the Gangetic plains, the effects of which spreads across the subcontinent. The Ultimate combination of religion and trade leads the spread material culture into the peninsular India and also to explore the occurrence of northern black Polished ware (NBPW) as the cultural Indicator in all the Buddhist sites of Peninsular India, which is one of the significant manifestations.

Aim of the two day Seminar aims to focus on the Archaeological, Epigraphical, Art and Architectural sources to unravel the dynamics of Early Historic and Medieval  Social, religious economic and Cultural institutions. Recording the Manuscripts/ transcripts and compilation of Archaeological, epigraphically sources etc and publishing them with standardized terminologies and modern methodology will be the follow up work undertaken as a result of the National seminar.

Venue:  Convention Centre & Guest House, Pondicherry University, Puducherry
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