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THE IIC  DOUBLE BILL DANCE CONCERT
Programme : THE IIC DOUBLE BILL DANCE CONCERT
Start Date:  22 Nov 2018  At:  18:00  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
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THE IIC  DOUBLE BILL DANCE CONCERT 
 
Kuchipudi Recital 
By Sneha Sasikumar from Hyderabad, disciple of  Guru Vempati Chinna Sathyam, Vempati Ravi Shankar & Dr Anuradha Jonnalagadda
  
Followed by
 
At 19:00
Odissi Duet Recital
By Yamini Dikshit and Chikirsha Mohanty from Delhi, disciple of Smt Madhavi Mudgal 
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CULTURE AND HERITAGE
Programme : CULTURE AND HERITAGE
Start Date:  22 Nov 2018  At:  18:30  .SEMINAR ROOMS I,II & III, KAMALADEVI COMPLEX 
Description :
CULTURE AND HERITAGE
 
Moving With The Seasons: Interconnectedness of nature and culture in the landscape of the pastoral nomadic Korzokpa of Changthang
Speaker: Tara Sharma, co-founder of the recently established Jungwa Foundation, a non-profit company which promotes nature culture conservation for the well being of communities and the ecosystems they inhabit.  The Foundation is currently developing a program in Korzok linking conservation with local livelihoods
 
The vast plains of Changthang (Northern Plains) in trans Himalayan Ladakh, is home to the Changpas, a pastoral nomadic community who roam the rangelands with their yak, horses, sheep and specifically the pashm producing changra (northern goats). The Korzokpa are one of three groups of Changpas - the others being the Kharnakpa and Samadpa – each of whom migrate within a well defined territory. Using the nature-culture approach for heritage conservation, fieldwork was carried out to identify the natural, cultural and social values embodied in the landscape. The talk draws on this to explore the complex web of belief systems, cultural practices, traditional land management and knowledge systems that have shaped the Korzokpas interface with nature 
 
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Celebrating Tagore with Mastermosai: Mohavishwe Mohaakashe – Man and the Universe
Programme : Celebrating Tagore with Mastermosai: Mohavishwe Mohaakashe – Man and the Universe
Start Date:  23 Nov 2018  At:  18:30  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
Description :
Celebrating Tagore with Mastermosai: Mohavishwe Mohaakashe – Man and the Universe
 
The programme will pay tribute to the great teacher and thinker, Shri Sudhir Chanda. He himself will be present to sing and the evening will conclude with a thematic programme compiled by him to be presented by his group, Rabigeetika. The relationship between Human and Universe  will be presented with Tagore's songs, interspersed with his writings 
 
(Collaboration: Robigeetika) 
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Kamaladevi Puraskar 2018
Programme : Kamaladevi Puraskar 2018
Start Date:  24 Nov 2018  At:  15:30  .Gandhi-King Memorial Plaza 
Description :
Kamaladevi Puraskar 2018
Presentation of awards to young crafts persons 
 
Chief Guest: Smt Usha Malik, former Secretary, Sangeet Natak Akademi and Honorary Director, Srinivas Malliah Memorial Trust
 
Awards will be presented to Jeenu Panika from Kotpad, Odisha for natural dyeing in AI; Soumyajit Jana from West Midnapore, West Bengal for masland mat weaving; Guda & Shubhadainee from Naigonda, Telangana for ikat weaving; Mithun Kumar from Malakot, Chattisgarh for iron craft; Sanji Pdahkasiej from Mawsynram, Meghalaya for cane and bamboo craft; and Deepali Bhatt from New Delhi for string puppet making
 
(Collaboration: Delhi Crafts Council)
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MEHFIL
Programme : MEHFIL
Start Date:  24 Nov 2018  At:  18:30  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
Description :
MEHFIL
With  Smt  Gauri Pathare (Khayal)
 
Smt Gauri Pathare is a name to reckon with amongst the present generation of Hindustani classical musicians. Having initially trained under the guidance of Pandit Gangadharbuwa Pimpalkhare of Kirana gharana, Gauri had the good fortune of imbibing musical knowledge from Pandit Jitendra Abhisheki & Pandita Padma Talwalkar for several years. Since the last few years, Gauri has been receiving ta'lim from Pandit Arun Dravid. This wonderful opportunity of training under different gurus has left an indelible mark on Gauri's gayaki, enabling her to enmesh nuances from the gayaki of 3 gharanas – Jaipur, Gwalior & Kirana. For this special mehfil, Gauri will present a unique set of ragas and compositions reflecting her diverse ta'lim 
 
(Collaboration: Shri Harshavardhan Neotia, Chairman, Jnana Pravaha: Centre for Cultural Studies and Research & NaadSaagar Archives and Documentation Society for South Asian Music)
 
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