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30th Padmapani Lecture 2020
Programme : 30th Padmapani Lecture 2020
Start Date:  07 Mar 2020  At:  18:00  .CONFERENCE ROOM II 
Description :
30th Padmapani Lecture 2020
 
To be delivered by Prof. Asanga Tilakaratne, formerly Senior Chair Professor of Pali and Buddhist Studies and Founder Head, Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka. His recent publications include Theravada Buddhism: The view of the Elders (2012, University of Hawaii Press) and co-edited with Prof, Oliver Abenayaka 2500 Years of Sambuddhatva: Global Journey of Awakening (2012)
 
(Collaboration: Tibet House)
 
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Indian Nationalism and Economic Development
Programme : Indian Nationalism and Economic Development
Start Date:  07 Mar 2020  At:  18:30  .CONFERENCE ROOM I 
Description :
Indian Nationalism and Economic Development
 
Speaker: Dr. Amit Bhaduri, well-known Economist
 
Introduction: Suhas Borker, Convener, Working Group on Alternative Strategies
 
Indian nationalism, never a unified stream, assumed greater coherence through the anti-colonial struggle. Independence required redefining it as a ‘nation-building’ state-led project of economic development through industrialization which started changing course gradually as the anti-colonial nationalism began losing steam. A distinct break came with economic liberalization and globalization. The private corporations became increasingly important in this process. Output growth increased dramatically and then slowed, while employment growth went down equally dramatically. Indian democracy began shifting its centre of gravity.  The way out is being sought increasingly in the attempt at redefining nationalism in majoritarian cultural terms. While the control of the corporations over the economy continues to increase and there is rising economic, political and social inequality, popular resistance is also getting greater coherence. The jury is still out, but early signs indicate that cultural majoritarianism itself is undergoing mutation
 
The talk marks the 28th Anniversary of the Working on Alternative Strategies
 
(Collaboration: Working Group on Alternative Strategies)
 
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PURANDARDASA TYAGARAJA FESTIVAL: 7 & 8  MARCH 2020
Programme : PURANDARDASA TYAGARAJA FESTIVAL: 7 & 8 MARCH 2020
Start Date:  07 Mar 2020  At:  18:15  .LECTURE ROOM-II BASEMENT (ANNEXE) 
Description :
PURANDARDASA TYAGARAJA FESTIVAL: 7 & 8  MARCH 2020
 
Organised in collaboration with Ramakrishnapuram South Indian Society
 
Carnatic Vocal Recital 
By Bhavya Hari from Chennai, daughter and disciple of  Late Smt T.V. Sundaravalli and currently disciple of Sangita Kalanidhi Dr. S. Sowmya  
 
Accompanied by G. Raghavendra Prasath on violin and B. Manohar on mridangam
 
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PURANDARDASA TYAGARAJA FESTIVAL
Programme : PURANDARDASA TYAGARAJA FESTIVAL
Start Date:  08 Mar 2020  At:  18:15  .LECTURE ROOM-II BASEMENT (ANNEXE) 
Description :
PURANDARDASA TYAGARAJA FESTIVAL
 
Carnatic Vocal Recital
By Sreehari and Sreerag from Delhi, disciples of Dr. Prasanth Gopinatha Pai
Accompanied by Uma Arun on violin; and Kumbakonam Dr. N. Padmanaban on mridangam
 
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Hindustani Classical Vocal Recital
Programme : Hindustani Classical Vocal Recital
Start Date:  08 Mar 2020  At:  18:15  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
Description :
Hindustani Classical Vocal Recital
By Sawani Shende from Pune
 
In memory of Shri Vasant Sathe
 
(Collaboration: Sarvajanik Utsav Samiti, New Delhi)
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