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Sri Venkatadri Vaibhavam #dancefeature on Sri Venkateswara. #Malleswaram, #Bangalore

Sri Venkatadri Vaibhavam
A multilingual, multimedia dance feature on Sri Venkateswara

Sri Venkatadri VaibhavamOver 95 shows worldwide and first time in Bangalore

A multilingual, multimedia dance feature on Sri Venkateswara, Lord of the Seven Hills, Sri Venkatadri Vaibhavam, is a production of the Abinaya Natyalaya, Chennai. This dance feature incorporates a unique blend of religion, music, dance and visuals to chronicle the greatness of Tirumala-Tirupathi. Sri Venkatadri Vaibhavam, takes you up the seven holy hills, to the shrine of Varahaswami, and then for a dip in the Pushkarani, followed by a glimpse of the stately Golden Gopuram.

This is followed by the enactment of two incidents that occurred at the holy shrine of Balajee – the descent of the Akasha Ganga and the story behind the practice of placing Pacha Karpooram (camphor) on the Lord’s chin.

The Thirumanjanam of Lord Venkateswara is indeed a sight to behold, and Sri Venkatadri Vaibhavam brings before you glimpses of the Abhishekam being performed for the Lord. Sri Venkatadri Vaibhavam also showcases important events like the Garuda Seva, Kalyanotsavam and Dolothsavam, bringing before you, the Lord in all his charming glory.

Caste, creed, community differences notwithstanding, the eternal truth us that the Lord is One, He is the supreme Brahman who is reflected in every mortal, and Sri Venkatadri Vaibhavam bears testimony to this.

Sri Venkatadri Vaibhavam is choreographed entirely by Kalaimamani Krishnakumari Narendran, founder-director of Abinaya Natyalaya, and has been set to music by violin maestro Nadabrahmam Kalaimamani Kunnakudi Dr. R Vaidyanathan.

Tickets: Rs. 300, 500, 750, 1000 & 1500

Sri Venkatadri Vaibhavam
Sunday | 27th July 2014 | 6.00 pm – 8.30 pm

Chowdiah Memorial Hall
16th Cross,
Gayathri Devi Park Extension,
Bangalore 560003.

Directions to the Venue :

Exhibition of #Mysore #Traditional #GoldPaintings #BodhisattvaPaintings and Colour #MaskPaintings #ChitrakalaParishath #Bangalore

Exhibition of Mysore Traditional GoldPaintings
Bodhisattva Paintings and Colour Mask Paintings

by Smt.M.Girija and Ms.Ramya Kumar

Inauguration on Thursday 24th July 2014 at 5:30 pm

On View from 25th to 28th July 2014

11am to 7pm

Kumarakrupa Road,
Kumara Park East,

Exhibition of Mysore Traditional Gold  Paintings Bodhisattva Paintings and Colour Mask Paintings


#Bharatanatyam by Ms. Pallavi Bharadwaj #Yavanika #Bangalore

Bharatanatyam Dance
Ms. Pallavi Bharadwaj, Bengaluru

Every Friday Cultural Evening Programme
31st Successful Year

Organised by
Indian Council for Cultural Relations
Department of Kannada and Culture
Department of Youth Services & Sports
Youth Writers and Artistes Guild

Bharatanatyam on
Friday, 25th July 2014
6.30 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.

Yavanika State Youth Centre,
Nrupathunga Road,
Bangalore 560 001.

Directions to the Venue :

#Maathukathe #Screeningoffilm Sthaniya Sambaad (Spring in the Colony) #IFA #Bangalore

Maathukathe !! screening of the film Sthaniya Sambaad (Spring in the Colony)

Screening of the film Sthaniya Sambaad (Spring in the Colony) -Maathukathe - IFA

The film Sthaniya Sambaad (Spring in the Colony) directed by Moinak Biswas & Arjun Gourisaria. Shubham Roy Choudhury, Programme Executive, Arts Practice Programme at IFA, has also acted in this film.

Sthaniya Sambaad is a film on Calcutta that constantly juggles between the real and the hallucinatory, between serious observations and wry humour, between familiarity and unexplored spaces of human existence. By doing so, it largely achieves what the makers had set out to do — a film on Calcutta —a city which is the nostalgia that we carry with us. This film has won the Best Feature Film award at the New York Indian Film Festival, 2011.

Shubham Roy Choudhury will also talk about the film and answer questions related to the film.

Sthaniya Sambaad is a film about Calcutta’s past, present and possible futures depicted through spaces in the city. It starts in Deshbandhu colony on the fringe of Calcutta. Two thieves chop away Ananya’s long plait and want to sell it. Atin, the dreamy poet and Ananya’s secret admirer, is worried not to find her. As Atin, along with his only friend Dipankar, sets out in search of Ananya, the story travels from the refugee colony of the day to the neon districts of the night. Five boys on a roadside perch and two old men at the local grocer’s sit and observe. Spring is coming to the city.

Please note that entry to the event is free and seating is on the basis of first-come, first-served

Screening of film 2009/105 minutes/Bengali (English Subtitles)
Thursday | July 24, 2014 | 06:30 PM

The IFA office,
‘Apurva’, Ground Floor,
No 259, 4th Cross,
RMV 2nd Stage, 2nd Block,
Bangalore – 560094
Ph: 91-80-23414681/2/3

“UKALUMA” a Solo show of #Sculptures by Vishal Kavatekar #ChitrakalaParishath #Bangalore

a Solo show of #Sculptures by
Vishal Kavatekar

UKALUMA - Sculpture Show by Vishal Kavatekar

Inauguration on Wednesday 23rd July 2014 5:30pm

On view till 27th July 2014
10:30am to 7pm

Gallery 3
Kumarakrupa Road,
Kumara Park East,

#ContemporaryArt Exhibition by Ravi Hebballi #ChitrakalaParishath #Bangalore

Taking you on a journey

A Contemporary Art Exhibition by
Ravi Hebballi

Inspirations -Contemporary Art Exhibition by Ravi Hebballi

in association with Rotary Bangalore Southwest

An Exclusive exhibition and sale of #contemporary #abstract #paintings in Aid of Paediatric Chemotherapy.

Support this venture for a cause and make a difference in the lives of children suffering from cancer.

Contemporary Art Exhibition

11am to 7pm

On View from 22nd to 28th July 2014

KumaraKrupa Road,
Kumara Park East,

Inspirations -Contemporary Art Exhibition by Ravi Hebballi (2)

#FilmScreening on Great #Indian #art and #artists #NGMA #Bangalore

Film Screening
on Great Indian art and artists

Presented by
National Gallery of Modern Art, Bengaluru

from 22nd to 25th July 2014 at 11.00 am

Tuesday 22-07-2014

Inner Eye
Language: English
Director: Satyajit Ray
Duration: 21 min

Language: English
Director: Shanti P. Chowdhary
Duration: 17 min

Amrita Sher-Gil;
A Family Album
Language : English
Director : Navina Sundaram
Duration : 37 min
* * *

Wednesday 23-07-2014

Indian Painting
Language : English
Director : K. Bikram Singh
Duration : 72 min
* * *

Thursday 24-07-2014

K K Hebbar; Palette
to The Human Heart
Language : English
Director : Sudipta Bose
Duration : 40 min

Amrita Sher Gil:
An Indian Rhapsody
Language : French with English subtitles
Director : Patrick Cazals
Duration : 52 min
* * *

Friday 25-07-2014

Natir Puja
Language : English
Director : Rabindranath Tagore
Duration : 20 min

Rabindranath Tagore
Language : English
Director : Satyajit Ray
Duration : 52 min
* * *

All films will be screened at 11.00 a.m.

FilmScreening on Great Indian art and artists
National Gallery of Modern Art
49, Palace Road,
Bangalore – 560052

Also visit
Raja Deen Dayal Photography Exhibition
on display up to 31st July, 2014

Film Screening on Great Indian art and artists


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