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Interpreting Temples: Lingaraj and Puri Temples Programme :    Interpreting Temples: Lingaraj and Puri Temples
Venue Name: MAIN ART GALLERY, KAMALADEVI COMPLEX
Start Date: 23 Nov 2019
End Date: 06 Dec 2019
Start Time: 11:00
Category Name : EXHIBITION
 
Interpreting Jagannath and Lingaraj Temples, Odisha
 
The Jagannath Temple in Puri and the Lingaraj Temple in Bhubaneswar, built almost a thousand years ago are two of the most iconic temples of Odisha. Over the last year and a half Siddhartha Das Studio has worked with researchers, subject experts and over a hundred master craftspeople to interpret these two historic living temples. 
The forthcoming exhibition at the India International Centre will showcase many exquisite objects that range from miniature stone and wooden models, to drawings, engravings and paintings that visualise sacred Vedic texts and films that document the many rituals and festivals. It will offer a glimpse into the creation of the two Interpretation Centres on the two Temples.
All exhibits for the Centres are conceived by the studio and being made by master craftspeople of Odisha. 
 
Inauguration by Dr. Kapila Vatysyayan, Chairperson, IIC-International Research Division on Friday, 22nd November 2019 at 18:00 
 
Guided walkthrough of the exhibition every evening at 18:00 
 
As part of this exhibition, there will be two talks in the Seminar Rooms II & III, Kamaladevi Complex 
 
On: 25 November 2019 at 6.30 pm
Interpreting Jagannath and Lingaraj Temples
Illustrated lecture by Siddhartha Das
 
 
On: 3rd December  2019 at 6.30 pm
Interpreting Jagannath and Lingaraj Temples
 
Illustrated lecture: Arts and Crafts of Shree Jagannatha
by Mr. Mangala Mohanty
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