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Devotional and Carnatic Classical Programs at Indian Institute of World Culture #Bangalore

Devotional and Carnatic Classical Programs at Indian Institute of World Culture

Vocal Classical Devotional Music
Kum Aishwarya Mahesh

Smt Shantha Rao Memorial Endowment Programme

Friday | 19th December 2014 | 6 pm
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Carnatic Classical Vocal Music
Smt Roopa and Smt Deepa (Kasaravalli Sisters)

Smt Padma Ramachandra Murthy Memorial Endowment Programme

Saturday | 20th December 2014 | 11 am
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Veena Duet Carnatic Classical Music
Mrs. Revathi Kamath & Mrs. Meena Murthy

Sri M Krishnaiah and Smt Lakshamma Endowment Programme
(Parents-in-Law of Sri H.R. Suryanarayana Rao )

Saturday | 20th December 2014 | 6 pm
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Vocal Duet Carnatic Classical Music
by Sisters Mrs. Bhagya Ramprasad & Mrs. Aruna Rajashekar

Smt H. Kamalamma and Sri H Ramachandra Rao Memorial Endowment Programme
(Parents of Sri H.R. Suryanarayana Rao)

Sunday | 21st December 2014 | 6 pm

The Indian Institute of World Culture
No.6, B P Wadia Road
Bangalore-560 004


Revolution 2020 & Bicycle Thieves at #KHKalaSoudha #Bangalore

Revolution 2020 & Bicycle Thieves

Two Plays Presented by
Red Theatre

Revolution 2020 & Bicycle Thieves by Red Theatre


Revolution 2020
English Play

“Revolution 2020” is a story about 3 childhood friends – Gopal, Raghav and Aarti, who struggle to find success, love and happiness in the holy city of Varanasi. However, it is not easy to attain these in an unfair society that rewards the corrupt and rich. As Gopal gives in to the system, Raghav fights against it. Who will win?

The play has been scripted in such a way that it could reproduce the novel without missing Chetan Bhagat’s mind blowing teasers and heart touching narration with a caricature of the characters on stage.

for Tickets Contact 9743514136 / 9986315320
also available online :
Revolution 2020
Friday | 19th December 2014 | 7:30pm
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Bicycle Thieves
Kannada Play

The unemployment rate is high in postwar Italy. Antonio Ricci has been workless for two years, when he at last is offered a job as a poster. There is only one condition: he must have a bike of his own. At the moment his bicycle is at the pawn-shop, but Antonio’s wife Maria says they can pawn their six sheets instead. The first day at work Antonio’s bicycle is stolen. A friend offers to help him search for it the next morning at Piazza Vittorio, where the street vendors sell stolen bikes. The search is unsuccessful, but Antonio and his little son Bruno don’t give up. They continue to the market at Porta Portese, where Antonio happens to see the thief talking to an elderly man. As he cannot catch the thief, he instead pursues the old man, who goes into a church, where he disappears during the mass. The third time Antonio happens to see the thief, he succeeds to pursue him to his dwelling-place. A local policeman believes Antonio’s story about the theft, but as he cannot find the stolen bike in the apartment, the case is dismissed. Driven into utterly despair Antonio tries to steal a bike himself, but fails. Crestfallen he and Bruno walk back home – back to unemployment.

The play is based on the film and adopted to Kannada language to transform the essence of the film forregional convection and orientation.
for Tickets Contact 9743514136 / 9986315320
also available online :

Bicycle Thieves
Friday | 19th December 2014 | 7:30pm
Offer: If you book the tickets for 19th Dec and miss to watch on 19th Dec, it you can watch the 20th Dec show.
Venue :
K H Kalasoudha,
Ramanjaneya Temple Compound,
Hanumantha Nagar,
Bengaluru – 560019


Group #ArtShow of #Drawings, #Paintings and #Sculptures at ‘Vin’scent Art Gallery #Bangalore

Group Show of Drawings, Paintings and Sculptures

Presented by
‘Vin’scent Art Gallery
‘Vin’scent Art and Cultural Society (R)

Curated by Jagadish Kadur

Participating Artists:
Babu Jattakar, Hariprasad, Jagadish Kadur, Jai Dev, Pramod Thakur, Shan Re, Shekhar Ballari, Somanand Gadkari, Sunder Babu, Vijayraaj Bodhankar.

Bhavani Shankar, Manu S Naik, Nagendra S, Shekar Naik, Shivshankar, Sunil Kumar, Umesh.

A Special event for the first time in the history of Vin’scent Art Gallery that is honouring an Eminent artist of Karnataka.

Inauguration on Thursday 18th December 2014 at 5:30pm

On View till 3rd January 2015
11am to 7pm

‘Vin’scent Art Gallery
33, Sai Lotus,
60feet BEML Main Road,
R.R.Nagar Post,
Bengaluru 560 098

#Photos of 40th Annual #Cake Show World’s Biggest #CakeExhibition at #Bangalore #Bengaluru

Cake Exhibition 2014 – 15

40th Annual Cake Show

World’s Biggest Cake Show

The annual cake show which has charmed Bangaloreans for so many years ia back again to ring in the festive season. It is the longest ever cake show in the world that has spanned 40 years with themes that have wowed the growing visitors to the show. And doing this with passion year after year is 75 year old C.Ramachandran.

Ramachandran began this culinary journey at a young age and started the cake show in 1974 and it has been a runaway hit. This year he along with assistant artists Gandhi and Manish Gaur along with 40 professionals including students from the Institute of Baking and Cake Art (IBCA) has put together a massive cake, a replica of Parliament House. The cake is 22 feet by 22 feet, weighing 5 tons ( sugar, eggs, cornfour). It took over 60 days (12 hours a day -30,000 man hours approximately to create this master piece.

India’s feat in Space has been captured in cake. The cake artists have created ‘Mangalayan’the space craft which has created record of sort. Another highlight of show is the Flying Dragon ( Half ton of Sugar, Marsh Mellow, Rice Crispies, Cornflour) which is 14 ft x x15 ft x 5 ft besides these cake artists have creatred Dilli Ka Sher, Olaf the ‘Frozen’ Snowman, A Fairy Tale Wedding, Love is in the Air, Bling on Gravity, Toothless, the cute ‘Night Fairy’ Romantic Getaway, A Christmas Wedding, Ethnic Bridal Hands, Lacy Affair, Fruty WEdding, Check Mate, Manny the Bride and Cinderella’s Story.

There are three different types of wedding cakes, a Dragon Park and many more to delight Bangaloreans.

On View from
19th December 2014 to 4th January 2015 | 11am to 9pm

St. Josephs School Grounds,
(Opp. UB City, Kanteerava Stadium)
Directions to the Venue :


#Carnatic #VocalConcert by Vidwan G.Ravikiran at #Koramangala #Bangalore

Grand Vocal Concert
Vidwan G.Ravikiran
(Disciple of Vidwan TM Krishna)

Presented by

Vidwan G.Ravikiran Vocal
will be accompanied by
Vidwan Mathur Srinidhi on Violin
Vidwan Tumkur B.Ravishankar on Mridangam
Vidwan Omkar G.Rao on Ghatam

Sunday | 21st December 2014 | 4.15 PM

The Indian Heritage Academy Hall,
20th Main 6th Block,
Near Police Station,
Bangalore 560 095.

Directions to the Venue :

All are welcome. Entry Free

SECRETS OF THE SUN – Screening of Science Movie


Screening of Science Movie

Presented by
Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium
Bangalore Association for Science Education

Eligibility 10 Years and above
Duration 55 minutes

Sunday | 21st December 2014 | 06.00 pm

Venue :
Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium,
Sri. T Chowdaiah Road
High Grounds,
Bangalore – 560 001
Further details may be obtained from Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium on 2237 9725/
2226 6084 or

SECRETS OF THE SUN - Science Movie

Nada Namana and Kalashringa award & felicitation to Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan #Bangalore

Nada Namana and Kalashringa
award presentation and felicitation to Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan
Internationally acclaimed Sitar Exponent

(Late Sri.Ramachandra Yavagal Memorial Program)
Presented by Sri Rama Kala Vedike, Bangalore

Program Details

Vocal Recital
Pt.Jayateertha Mevundi (Hubli)

Instrumental Jugalbandi (Violin and Veena)
Vidushi Bhagyalakshmi Chandrashekar (Bangalore)
Pt.Santosh Kumar Nahar (New Delhi)

Saturday | 20th December 2014 | 5:30pm
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Tabla Solo by Sri Prithviraj Misra (Ahmedabad)

Presentation of Kalashringa Award to
Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan (Pune)
followed by Sitar Recital by Ustad Ji

Accompanying Astists
Vid.C.N. Chandrashekar on Violin
Sri Sateesh Kolli on Harmonium
Sri.Kiran Yavagal, Sri Gurumurthy Vaidya, Pt.Ravindra Yavagal on Tabla
Vid.C.Chaluvaraj on Mridangam

Sunday | 21st December 2014 | 9:30am

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan,
Race Course Road,

Directions to the Venue :

Nada Namana and Kalashringa


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