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Talk on “Relevance of Unity of Dharma Shashtras in Contemporary Times.

January 7, 2017

Talk on “Relevance of Unity of Dharma Shashtras in Contemporary Times by Prof.Bharat Gupt

talk-on-relevance-of-unity-of-dharma-shashtras-in-contemporary-times-by-prof-bharat-gupt-at-indira-gandhi-national-centre-for-the-arts-bengaluruBharat Gupt, currently the Trustee and Executive Committee Member of IGNCA (autonomous body, Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India), New Delhi and former Associate Professor in English at the College of Vocational Studies in the University of Delhi. A Indian classicist, theatre theorist, sitar and surbahar player, musicologist, cultural analyst and newspaper columnist of high repute.

He was born on 28 November 1946 in Moradabad, a small city in Uttar Pradesh, known for Hindustani classical music and Urdu poetry. He studied English, Hindi, Sanskrit and philosophy in Delhi. He travelled to US at the end of Counter-Cultural days, in the late ’60s; then moved to Canada, where he took a Master’s degree from Toronto. His popular works Dramatic Concepts Greek and Indian (1994), Natyashastra, Chapter 28: Ancient Scales of Indian Music (1996) [translation into English], Literary Criticism and Theory (Greek), Twelve Greek Poems into Hindi Indira Gandhi National Open University,Delhi (2001), India: A Cultural Decline or Revival? (2008) are most prominent.

Talk on Monday | 9th January 2017 | 5:00 PM

Seminar Hall,
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts,
Southern Regional Centre,
Kengunte Circle,
Next to Kalagrama,
Jnanabharathi Post,
Bangalore 560 056.

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