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Date/Time Event
17/09/2023 - 20/09/2023
11:00 am - 6:30 pm
Painting Exhibition ‘India@2047’

Painting Exhibition ‘India@2047’ is being organized by Kala Darshana Division, IGNCA in collaboration with Indian Oil Corporation Limited.

Inauguration: 17th September, 2023
Time: Inauguration: 4:30 p.m.

Exhibition for public view: 18th – 20th September, 2023
Exhibition: 11:00 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

Venue:  Darshanam 1 & 2, IGNCA, New Delhi, New Delhi
15/09/2023 - 02/10/2023
10:00 am
Swachhata hi Seva Campaign (SHS 2023)

Venue:  Rajendra Prasad Lane,, New Delhi , New Delhi
4:00 pm
Book reading session “प्रसतुति आखर” on “शहीद पत्रकार- रामदहिन ओझा”

IGNCA is organizing a book reading session  written by Shri Prabhat Ojha 

Venue:  Prastuti- the souvenir shop, IGNCA, Janpath, New Delhi, New Delhi
3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Conference on ‘ शारदा पीठ काश्मीर का ऐतिहासिक महत्व’

BVP Division is organizing a Conference  in collaboration with Kashmir Sharada Peetham.

Venue:  SAMVET Auditorium,Ground Floor,IGNCA, Janpath Building (Near Western Court), Janpath, New Delhi, New Delhi
13/09/2023 - 29/09/2023
10:30 am
हिन्दी पखवाड़े का कार्यक्रम

इन्दिरा गांधी राष्ट्रीय कला केंद्र द्वारा आयोजित ‘ हिन्दी पखवाड़े’ में आप सभी सादर आमंत्रित हैं। जिसके तहत विभिन्न प्रतियोगिताओं का आयोजन किया जा रहा है।

All Day
Celebration of World Folklore Day: Essence of Oral Traditions as a Carrier of Culture

Jharkhand is a state in eastern India known for its pristine nature and boasts a rich cultural heritage that includes a diverse array of tribal and regional dance, folk songs, paintings, games, mythology, customs, rituals, handicrafts and fairs and festivals.

This lecture was organised to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, experiences and dissemination of the rich oral tradition of Jharkhand to young researchers and students. It also enhances the knowledge and encourages the young generations to undertake research on the rich cultural heritage of the state.

It was followed by the screening of documentary films on the origin of mankind and the creation of the universe according to the belief system of the Munda tribe and the Sohrai festival of the Santhal tribe.

Chief Guest: Prof. (Dr.) Satya Narayan Munda, former Vice Chancellor, Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee University, Ranchi

Guest of Honour: Prof. Binod Kumar, HoD, Dept. of Khortha, Tribal and Regional Languages Dept. Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee University, Ranchi

Dr. Ganesh Murmu, former Associate Professor, Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribagh
Sh. Meghanath, Social Activist and Documentary filmmaker
Dr. Eva Margaret Hansdak, HoD, Dept. of English, Gossner College, Ranchi

4:00 pm
भक्तिकाल में राधा

The Kala Nidhi Division is conducting the Acharya Hazari Prasad Dwivedi Memorial Lecture.

Venue:  SAMVET Auditorium,Ground Floor,IGNCA, Janpath Building (Near Western Court), Janpath, New Delhi, New Delhi
16/08/2023 - 17/08/2023
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Akshar Mahotsav

Akshar Mahostav 2023 is being organized in collaboration with Kala Darshana Division, IGNCA by The Calligraphy Foundation.

Venue:  Darshanam 2 and Samvet Auditorium, IGNCA, New Delhi, New Delhi
All Day
Patriotic Songs in Regional Languages to commemorate the Har Ghar Tiranga campaign & Mera Maati Mera Desh

The event aimed to celebrate the diversity of Jharkhand’s regional languages while fostering a sense of unity through patriotic songs.

The event showcased a mesmerising array of performances, each highlighting the beauty and significance of different languages, mostly in Hindi and Nagpuri. Padma Shri Mukund Nayak and other artists from diverse linguistic backgrounds came together to pay homage to the nation’s unity in diversity. The stage was adorned with colourful decorations and representations of India’s cultural heritage.

Chief Guest – Dr. Ajit Kumar Sinha, Vice Chancellor, Ranchi University
Guest of Honour – Padma Shri Mukund Nayak, Nagpuri Folk Singer

All Day
Independence Day Celebration

The flag hoisting ceremony at the premises of Regional Centre, Ranchi was followed by Inter School and Inter Department Music, Dance and Painting Competition on 15th August 2023 at Aryabhatta Auditorium, Ranchi University, Ranchi. Dr. Ajit Kumar Sinha, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, Ranchi University graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. Shri Ashish Kumar Jha, Controller of Examination, Ranchi University; Padma Shri Mukund Nayak; Prof. Pratul Saraswati; Dr Smriti Singh, OSD, Ranchi University; Prof. Kamal Kumar Bose, Former HoD, Dept of Hindi, St. Xavier’s College; Prof. Binod Kumar, HoD, Dept of Khortha, Ranchi and Dr Hari Oraon, HoD, Dept of Tribal & Regional Languages, Ranchi University were present on the occasion. Students from St. Thomas School, DAV Bariatu, DAV Gandhinagar, DAV Nandraj, LEBB High School, Balika Shiksha Bhawan and the Department of Performing & Fine Arts, Ranchi University participated in the competition. The performances were followed by the Prize distribution ceremony.

Chief Guest – Dr. Ajit Kumar Sinha
Guest of Honour – Padma Shri Mukund Nayak

All Day
Street Play to commemorate Har Ghar Tiranga campaign & Mera Maati Mera Desh

On 14th August 2023 at Oxygen Park, Morabadi, Ranchi, Nukkad Natak titled ‘August Kranti’ was presented to depict and educate people about historical events like the Quit India Movement, which was a significant step towards India’s independence which took place in August 1942 during the British colonial rule.

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Street Play to commemorate Har Ghar Tiranga campaign & Mera Maati Mera Desh

“Desh Ki Dharti” is a captivating street play that embodies the essence of patriotism and national pride. This play skilfully brings to life the love and devotion that individuals hold for their homeland. Through powerful performances and stirring dialogues, the play explores the deep connection between the people and the soil they call their own. It serves as a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by countless heroes to protect and nurture the nation’s heritage. “Desh Ki Dharti” not only entertains but also leaves a lasting impact, instilling a sense of unity and responsibility among its spectators to uphold the values that define their country.

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Street Play to commemorate Har Ghar Tiranga campaign & Mera Maati Mera Desh

“Shaheedo ko Naman” was a poignant and heartfelt street play that pays tribute to the valiant martyrs who have laid down their lives for the cause of the nation. Through stirring performances and evocative narratives, this play commemorated the sacrifices made by these brave individuals, reminding us of their unwavering commitment to the ideals of freedom, justice, and patriotism.

The play captured the essence of the sacrifices made by soldiers, freedom fighters, and countless others who have selflessly given their lives to secure a better future for the country. It served as a reminder of the courage and determination exhibited by these heroes in the face of adversity, inspiring the audience to reflect on the significance of their sacrifices in shaping the nation’s destiny.

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Street Play to commemorate Har Ghar Tiranga campaign & Mera Maati Mera Desh

Mera Desh Mahan was a thought-provoking and emotionally charged street play that delves into the concept of national identity and the responsibilities that come with it. Through powerful performance and evocative storytelling, the play prompted the audience to introspect on their roles as responsible citizens and guardians of the nation’s well-being. By depicting the challenges faced by the country and the importance of unity, the play inspired a sense of duty and pride in the hearts of its spectators. “Mera Desh Manan” goes beyond entertainment, serving as a catalyst for positive change and a reminder that every individual’s actions contribute to shaping the destiny of the nation.

All Day
Panel Discussion on ‘Partition Horrors Remembrance Day’

The event aimed to create awareness among the general public of the horror and devastation caused by the partition of India. The speakers emphasised the tragedy and life lost due to partition. The event was organised as a part of the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav programme.

Chief Guest – Dr. Raja Ram Mahato, Member National Library, MoC, Govt. of India

– Prof. Kamal Kumar Bose, Dept. of Hindi, St. Xavier’s College, Ranchi
– Shri. Madhukar, Senior Journalist, Ranchi
– Shri Dilip Kumar Tetarve, Litterateur, Ranchi

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