bangalore
Date
Upcoming events for atta galatta in bangalore // 9 Events
9 Upcoming Events for atta galatta
  Filter
  Sort
Search
Event Date
Price
Others

We could not find any upcoming events for atta galatta in bangalore

You can subscribe to the atta galatta newsletter to keep a track of this interest. We will notify you as soon as we discover an event that matches your interest.

Reviews 4.2
Awesome show! - by Laya Ashwin for Unfairly Tales - With Dramamia .
a good discussion which gave insights and answered some queries - by Sudhendu for Poem Vs. Song-Workshop for BPF 2017 - With Niranjan Iyengar .
The ambiance was so-so. It could have been better.

But the performance was OUTSTANDING!
- by Neeraja Raghavan for Dastan Dhaai Aakhar Ki - With Ankit Chadha .
Unique and ammazing style of weaving a story!! - by Ramani for Dastan-e-Khanabadosh - With Ankit Chadha .
Good - by Sukla M C for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
Good one. Kudos to Padma. Keep it up. - by Shashwat Rao for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
Awesome experience - by Soumadeep Sen for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
The sound quality could have been better. - by Sulagna Halder for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
Great. New skill added in my life to make others happy. - by Damodaran for Teaching Through Stories - Workshop By Storywallahs .
Its good. - by Raju M for Painting Workshop With Cool Colors .
Had a fun time painting. Sunday well spent! - by Mithila Kumar for Painting Workshop With Cool Colors .
Excellent - by Atharva for ROBO-G Hands On Learning WORKSHOP .
Show
Latest Articles
More Details
About
About Atta Galatta
Atta Galatta is one of the perfect spots for book lovers and thinkers in the city. In contrast to the roads right outside, the venue is tucked away in it’s ‘peace’ zone. The venue hosts some interesting events like book reading, book review and discussion panels for voracious readers and literature lovers.



This is one spot in the city that lets you grab a cuppa, bury your nose in a book and just be your thoughtful self if you are a book lover. They have a collection of books that they let you choose from and a bakery that is too tempting to go unnoticed. If not any of this, Atta Galatta is the best place you could meet like-minded people over book reviews or just another thoughtful conversations.

After hosting umpteen book releases, talks, book reviews and literary events, Atta Galatta still is a haven to some self-contained souls in the city. Their menu from the bakery however, doesn’t really scream contentment out loud. They bake one of the best breads, their banana bread is to die for. To grab a chai and a book to sink into the nearest chair should be on your to-do list if you are near Atta Galatta anytime.

Phone Number

08041600677

Address

Atta Galatta 134, 1st A Main Road KHB Colony 5th Block Koramangala Bengaluru, Karnataka 560095
Show
Past Events
Show
Recent Activity
Recent Activity
Atta Galatta
Sat, 15 Jan
Atta Galatta
From the launch of "Bird of the Indian Subcontinent" by Subhashini Kaligotla and The 'Great' Indian Poetry Collective

Picture Courtesy: Amit Charles
Thank you Subhashini Kaligotla and The 'Great' Indian Poetry Collective for launching the book at Atta Galatta. Thank you Jeet Thayil

Picture Courtesy: Amit Charles
Atta Galatta
Fri, 14 Jan
Atta Galatta
May this harvest season bring you prosperity & positivity :)

Wishing you all a Happy Makar Sankranti! :)
Atta Galatta
Wed, 12 Jan
Atta Galatta
It's Friday night. Catch Mohit Sharma Ambal Productions perform tonight at 8PM https://www.facebook.com/events/1755832788052298/

Tickets available on Bookmyshow, eventshigh and at the venue.
Atta Galatta
Tue, 11 Jan
Atta Galatta
For all you poetry lovers, we have packed weekend for you.

1. Friday the 12: Poetry book launch "Bird of the Indian Subcontinent" by Subhashini Kaligotla

https://www.facebook.com/events/375355436203342/

2. Sunday the 14th: Poetry Writing Workshop by Sourav Roy

https://www.facebook.com/events/2062764057337619/

3. Sunday the 14th: Anjum- Monthly meetup
LAUNCH OF BOOK OF POETRY "Bird of the Indian Subconctinent" by Subhashini Kaligotla along with Jeet Thayil as the chief guest.

Jan 12, Friday: 7PM onwards

About the book:

Bird of the Indian Subcontinent is Subhashini Kaligotlas first poetry collection. The debut volume was selected by poet Arundhathi Subramaniam for The (Great) Indian Poetry Collectives second annual Emerging Poets Prize. The book is a testament to the Collectives mission of discovering and nurturing the best new poets coming out of India and the diaspora. "These are poems of precision, strength, and radiant surprise," says Subramaniam, while poet-novelist Jeet Thayil finds that the poets unerring eye alights on art and men and gods alike.

The poems chart the passage of a metamorphosing self through euphoria, despair, defiance, equanimity, grief, and loneliness. Appropriating freely from diverse poetic sources, the writer gives voice to a polyglot emotional range. Sanskrit poetics, Jazz lyrics, ekphrasis, the locutions of Indias poet-saints, and the Anglo-American writing tradition all find place here. And the books chorus of figuresfrom Christ to Krishna to Caravaggiomoves the reader between present and past, myth and history, bird and human, and across cities and continents.

About the poet:

Subhashini Kaligotla is a poet and architectural historian of medieval India. Her early education and training were in engineering. She left a career in technology to pursue first an MFA in poetry and then a PhD in art history, earning both degrees from Columbia University. She has published in such journals as The Caravan, diode, LUMINA, New England Review, and The Literary Review. Anthology appearances include various collections of Indian and diaspora poetry, most notably Penguin Indias 60 Indian Poets and the Bloodaxe Book of Contemporary Indian Poets.

Subhashini joins the faculty at Yale University in September 2018 as Assistant Professor of South Asian Art.
Atta Galatta
Tue, 11 Jan
Atta Galatta
#Repost @anushavenkat93

Hands down my most favourite place in Bangalore

This place. The books. The vibes.

If I could design my own heaven, this would be it
Atta Galatta
Mon, 10 Jan
Atta Galatta
MAKE & TAKE HOME TWO MASKS!

The joy of making mask has been a cultural practice for humanity since the time of animism. The tradition of Cherial Art form began with scroll painting. Cherial Scroll Painting is a stylized version of Nakashi art, rich in the local motifs peculiar to Telangana. Like most other traditional painting forms this was used for story telling. Particularly the smaller intricate stories from the epics would be illustrated in the Cherial scrolls. Cherial scroll painting made way to mask making where a few characters from the scrolls were converted into masks. Tiger, cow, neutral characters like that of

man, woman, bandit etc. were made into masks, which were used to entertain the children and decorate houses with. The style and motifs used in scroll are replicated on the mask and are painted

with the same colors.

This workshop will be a platform where you can bring out your hidden facets on a tactile form as creative expression. Participants can watch and interact with the Cherial Artist the traditional practitioners of Cherial mask making of Telangana.

Friday, 19 Jan :: 10.00 am to 1.00 pm - Atta Galata, 134, KHB Colony, 5th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru

PLEASE MENTION THE VENUE WHILE BOOKING

Link for Booking : https://www.heartforartonline.com/products/workshop-on-cherial-mask-making-bengaluru

ABOUT THE ARTISAN - SAIKIRAN VERMA

Dhanaloka Saikiran Verma, son of state award winners D.Nageshwar and D. Padma, hails from Rangareddy district Telangana. He studied Fine Arts from Sri Venkateshwara College of Fine Arts, Madhapur. He later chose to carry on with his family tradition of Cherial Scroll Painting and Mask Making. He has conducted multiple workshops across the country.

Registration is at 1500/-

CONTACT - 7218317134 :: aishwarya@heartforart.co.in

Make & Take Home TWO masks!
MAKE & TAKE HOME TWO MASKS!

The joy of making mask has been a cultural practice for humanity since the time of animism. The tradition of Cherial Art form began with scroll painting. Cherial Scroll Painting is a stylized version of Nakashi art, rich in the local motifs peculiar to Telangana. Like most other traditional painting forms this was used for story telling. Particularly the smaller intricate stories from the epics would be illustrated in the Cherial scrolls. Cherial scroll painting made way to mask making where a few characters from the scrolls were converted into masks. Tiger, cow, neutral characters like that of

man, woman, bandit etc. were made into masks, which were used to entertain the children and decorate houses with. The style and motifs used in scroll are replicated on the mask and are painted

with the same colors.

This workshop will be a platform where you can bring out your hidden facets on a tactile form as creative expression. Participants can watch and interact with the Cherial Artist the traditional practitioners of Cherial mask making of Telangana.

Friday, 19 Jan :: 10.00 am to 1.00 pm - Atta Galata, 134, KHB Colony, 5th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru

PLEASE MENTION THE VENUE WHILE BOOKING

Link for Booking : https://www.heartforartonline.com/products/workshop-on-cherial-mask-making-bengaluru

ABOUT THE ARTISAN - SAIKIRAN VERMA

Dhanaloka Saikiran Verma, son of state award winners D.Nageshwar and D. Padma, hails from Rangareddy district Telangana. He studied Fine Arts from Sri Venkateshwara College of Fine Arts, Madhapur. He later chose to carry on with his family tradition of Cherial Scroll Painting and Mask Making. He has conducted multiple workshops across the country.

Registration is at 1500/-

CONTACT - 7218317134 :: aishwarya@heartforart.co.in

Make & Take Home TWO masks!
Atta Galatta
Sun, 09 Jan
Atta Galatta
LAUNCH OF BOOK OF POETRY "Bird of the Indian Subconctinent" by Subhashini Kaligotla along with Jeet Thayil as the chief guest.

Jan 12, Friday: 7PM onwards

About the book:

Bird of the Indian Subcontinent is Subhashini Kaligotlas first poetry collection. The debut volume was selected by poet Arundhathi Subramaniam for The (Great) Indian Poetry Collectives second annual Emerging Poets Prize. The book is a testament to the Collectives mission of discovering and nurturing the best new poets coming out of India and the diaspora. "These are poems of precision, strength, and radiant surprise," says Subramaniam, while poet-novelist Jeet Thayil finds that the poets unerring eye alights on art and men and gods alike.

The poems chart the passage of a metamorphosing self through euphoria, despair, defiance, equanimity, grief, and loneliness. Appropriating freely from diverse poetic sources, the writer gives voice to a polyglot emotional range. Sanskrit poetics, Jazz lyrics, ekphrasis, the locutions of Indias poet-saints, and the Anglo-American writing tradition all find place here. And the books chorus of figuresfrom Christ to Krishna to Caravaggiomoves the reader between present and past, myth and history, bird and human, and across cities and continents.

About the poet:

Subhashini Kaligotla is a poet and architectural historian of medieval India. Her early education and training were in engineering. She left a career in technology to pursue first an MFA in poetry and then a PhD in art history, earning both degrees from Columbia University. She has published in such journals as The Caravan, diode, LUMINA, New England Review, and The Literary Review. Anthology appearances include various collections of Indian and diaspora poetry, most notably Penguin Indias 60 Indian Poets and the Bloodaxe Book of Contemporary Indian Poets.

Subhashini joins the faculty at Yale University in September 2018 as Assistant Professor of South Asian Art.
LAUNCH OF BOOK OF POETRY "Bird of the Indian Subconctinent" by Subhashini Kaligotla along with Jeet Thayil as the chief guest.

Jan 12, Friday: 7PM onwards

About the book:

Bird of the Indian Subcontinent is Subhashini Kaligotlas first poetry collection. The debut volume was selected by poet Arundhathi Subramaniam for The (Great) Indian Poetry Collectives second annual Emerging Poets Prize. The book is a testament to the Collectives mission of discovering and nurturing the best new poets coming out of India and the diaspora. "These are poems of precision, strength, and radiant surprise," says Subramaniam, while poet-novelist Jeet Thayil finds that the poets unerring eye alights on art and men and gods alike.

The poems chart the passage of a metamorphosing self through euphoria, despair, defiance, equanimity, grief, and loneliness. Appropriating freely from diverse poetic sources, the writer gives voice to a polyglot emotional range. Sanskrit poetics, Jazz lyrics, ekphrasis, the locutions of Indias poet-saints, and the Anglo-American writing tradition all find place here. And the books chorus of figuresfrom Christ to Krishna to Caravaggiomoves the reader between present and past, myth and history, bird and human, and across cities and continents.

About the poet:

Subhashini Kaligotla is a poet and architectural historian of medieval India. Her early education and training were in engineering. She left a career in technology to pursue first an MFA in poetry and then a PhD in art history, earning both degrees from Columbia University. She has published in such journals as The Caravan, diode, LUMINA, New England Review, and The Literary Review. Anthology appearances include various collections of Indian and diaspora poetry, most notably Penguin Indias 60 Indian Poets and the Bloodaxe Book of Contemporary Indian Poets.

Subhashini joins the faculty at Yale University in September 2018 as Assistant Professor of South Asian Art.
Atta Galatta
Thu, 06 Jan
Atta Galatta
Fill your #Weekend with books, coffee and conversations at #attagalatta.
Atta Galatta
Tue, 04 Jan
Atta Galatta
"What is found here may be found elsewhere, but what is not found here cannot be found elsewhere." Few stories in the world are as intriguing as the Mahabharata, with its numerous plots and sub plots and characters having strengths and flaws in equal measure.

'Musings from a Mahakatha' is an endeavour by Vikram Sridhar and Aparna Jaishankar to recreate an interest in this epic.

Note: This performance is suitable only for an audience of 16+ in age

Call 9945799224 for details / queries

Ticket price: Rs 200 per person (available on eventshigh and Bookmyshow)
"What is found here may be found elsewhere, but what is not found here cannot be found elsewhere." Few stories in the world are as intriguing as the Mahabharata, with its numerous plots and sub plots and characters having strengths and flaws in equal measure.

'Musings from a Mahakatha' is an endeavour by @[502110219:2048:Vikram Sridhar] and @[1533263206:2048:Aparna Jaishankar] to recreate an interest in this epic.

Note: This performance is suitable only for an audience of 16+ in age

Call 9945799224 for details / queries

Ticket price: Rs 200 per person (available on eventshigh and Bookmyshow)
Atta Galatta
Tue, 04 Jan
Atta Galatta
Poetry Writing Workshop

The workshop with help one appreciate and hopefully, write good poetry.

In a 4 hr long interactive session, poet Sourav Roy will help one understand the journey of Indian poetry and its discourses. During the course of the workshop, the craft of poetry will also be explored through small writing and group activities.

At each step of the discussion, we'll be reading works by previous poets, and engaging in small writing activities.

Organised by - Sourav Roy

Language of communication - Hindi + English.

Date and time - 14 Jan, 2018; 10:30-2:30 pm.

Workshop fee - Rs 300.

About Sourav Roy:

Poet, translator, journalist. Author of three books. Editor of Karnakavita, an anthology of Hindi poets based in Bangalore, published by Atta Galatta. Translator of American historian Howard Zinns plays into Hindi, currently under publication. Currently researching Asian poetry, and translating selected poets to Hindi. Sourav works as an Editor at YourStory Media.

http://souravroy.com/
Poetry Writing Workshop

The workshop with help one appreciate and hopefully, write good poetry.

In a 4 hr long interactive session, poet Sourav Roy will help one understand the journey of Indian poetry and its discourses. During the course of the workshop, the craft of poetry will also be explored through small writing and group activities.

At each step of the discussion, we'll be reading works by previous poets, and engaging in small writing activities.

Organised by - Sourav Roy

Language of communication - Hindi + English.

Date and time - 14 Jan, 2018; 10:30-2:30 pm.

Workshop fee - Rs 300.

About Sourav Roy:

Poet, translator, journalist. Author of three books. Editor of Karnakavita, an anthology of Hindi poets based in Bangalore, published by Atta Galatta. Translator of American historian Howard Zinns plays into Hindi, currently under publication. Currently researching Asian poetry, and translating selected poets to Hindi. Sourav works as an Editor at YourStory Media.

http://souravroy.com/
Atta Galatta
Sat, 01 Jan
Atta Galatta
May this new year be a joyful ride for you. Here's wishing you the best year ahead. Happy New Year!
Atta Galatta
Sun, 31 Dec
Atta Galatta
Do our self-created expectations limit us ?

Why do we build expectations?

What stops us from saying a No! to others in life?

How do we handle situations and people better?

Come join in for a discussion on Managing Expectations- handling people and situations in our lives

On Saturday January 06, 2018 at Atta Galatta between 5pm-6.15 pm

..

A Take On Life (ATOL) is a one-of-a-kind initiative in Bangalore. We host discussions on concepts related to life. Each discussion evolves into a melting pot of new ideas and perspectives, making it an enriching experience. ATOL believes in the power of personal stories and experiences as a medium to learn, unlearn and broaden ones perspective towards life . It is sometimes in another persons story or thought that we may find an answer to many of our lifes questions. Join in to share your perspective on the topic, while you get to listen to others. As you walk out, you can have your Take on the topic!

The topic for this event, Take 14, is Managing Expectations. Expectations are natural to human existence. We have our own set of expectations from people, our surrounding and life as such. There are also societal expectations on how we need to behave and manage ourselves. Sometimes we let expectations get the better of us. Through the session we will discuss the concept of managing expectations and how to handle people and situations better. Come, join in, and have your take on Managing Expectations

About the Host

Dirish Mohan has been in the field of public speaking for over 12 years. He is a toastmaster, writer, storyteller and mentor to many aspiring speakers. He has to his credit various accolades at the regional and international level. He is the co-founder of Banjara Toastmasters, one of the leading community clubs in Bangalore, founded in January 2010. Dirish strongly believes in the power of open communication and stories as a means to self-development. Its his passion for stage and belief in lifes philosophy that there isnt anything like a right or wrong in life that has driven him to start this platform called A TAKE ON LIFE
Do our self-created expectations limit us ?

Why do we build expectations?

What stops us from saying a No! to others in life?

How do we handle situations and people better?

Come join in for a discussion on Managing Expectations- handling people and situations in our lives

On Saturday January 06, 2018 at Atta Galatta between 5pm-6.15 pm

..

A Take On Life (ATOL) is a one-of-a-kind initiative in Bangalore. We host discussions on concepts related to life. Each discussion evolves into a melting pot of new ideas and perspectives, making it an enriching experience. ATOL believes in the power of personal stories and experiences as a medium to learn, unlearn and broaden ones perspective towards life . It is sometimes in another persons story or thought that we may find an answer to many of our lifes questions. Join in to share your perspective on the topic, while you get to listen to others. As you walk out, you can have your Take on the topic!

The topic for this event, Take 14, is Managing Expectations. Expectations are natural to human existence. We have our own set of expectations from people, our surrounding and life as such. There are also societal expectations on how we need to behave and manage ourselves. Sometimes we let expectations get the better of us. Through the session we will discuss the concept of managing expectations and how to handle people and situations better. Come, join in, and have your take on Managing Expectations

About the Host

Dirish Mohan has been in the field of public speaking for over 12 years. He is a toastmaster, writer, storyteller and mentor to many aspiring speakers. He has to his credit various accolades at the regional and international level. He is the co-founder of Banjara Toastmasters, one of the leading community clubs in Bangalore, founded in January 2010. Dirish strongly believes in the power of open communication and stories as a means to self-development. Its his passion for stage and belief in lifes philosophy that there isnt anything like a right or wrong in life that has driven him to start this platform called A TAKE ON LIFE
Atta Galatta
Sun, 31 Dec
Atta Galatta
You will never run out of options at Atta Galatta
Atta Galatta
Tue, 26 Dec
Atta Galatta
Rumi is the Shah Rukh Khan of social media! Manto, an outcast all his life is now in! The euphoria around them in the last two decades, has made them literary pop-icons. Once upon a time, Bombay 2017, Rumi and Manto bump into each other at a Lit-Fest, in the company of Karan Johar and Chetan Bhagat. They are curious about the worlds new found love for them. Mantos visiting from hell, assumingly, and Rumi from heaven. Manto is angry and Rumi is accepting and amused, more by Manto.

This solo performance is comic and sarcastic look at the society we all form. It attempts to understand as to what it takes to be an artiste through the works of these two Greats!

Language: Hindustani | Duration: 80 Minutes |

Genre: Play (Satire)

Credits:

Special Thanks: Ved Rahi, Dr. Mabel Aranha, Dr. Himanshu Mehta , Sudeip Nair & Ameen Haque.

Artiste: Mohit Sharma

Poetry: Masnavi by Rumi

Short Stories: Black Margins by Sadat Hasan Manto

Writer & Director: Mohit Sharma

Music: Courtesy Himma

Language Consultant: Akhter Qureshi

Script Consultant: Anil DSouza

Costumes: Rekha Shetty

Publicity Design: Saumya Shukla

Line Producer: Daya Shankar

Backstage: Siddharth Sen, Ankita Shrivastav, Abhishek Sharma & Harsh Kapoor. Produced by Rohit Sharma for Ambal Productions

Artiste Information:

Actor & Stand Up Artiste Mohit Sharma is based in Bombay. 60 plus shows of Manto's Toba Tek Singh: A Solo Play has been one of his defining works. Hes regular at Canvas Laugh Club (Bombay), with #OyeStandUp, apart from shows in Bangalore and Delhi. TV Serials and Commercials for TVS Jupiter & Maruti Suzuki figure prominently in his work body.

He hates being asked: Aur Kya Chal Raha Hai? An early riser if he doesn't sleep. Books and Music are his 2 am friends. A rain soaked run on the sandy beach makes him human!

For more #mohitizm or @AmbalProd across social media.
Rumi is the Shah Rukh Khan of social media! Manto, an outcast all his life is now in! The euphoria around them in the last two decades, has made them literary pop-icons. Once upon a time, Bombay 2017, Rumi and Manto bump into each other at a Lit-Fest, in the company of Karan Johar and Chetan Bhagat. They are curious about the worlds new found love for them. Mantos visiting from hell, assumingly, and Rumi from heaven. Manto is angry and Rumi is accepting and amused, more by Manto.

This solo performance is comic and sarcastic look at the society we all form. It attempts to understand as to what it takes to be an artiste through the works of these two Greats!

Language: Hindustani | Duration: 80 Minutes |

Genre: Play (Satire)

Credits:

Special Thanks: Ved Rahi, Dr. Mabel Aranha, Dr. Himanshu Mehta , Sudeip Nair & Ameen Haque.

Artiste: Mohit Sharma

Poetry: Masnavi by Rumi

Short Stories: Black Margins by Sadat Hasan Manto

Writer & Director: Mohit Sharma

Music: Courtesy Himma

Language Consultant: Akhter Qureshi

Script Consultant: Anil DSouza

Costumes: Rekha Shetty

Publicity Design: Saumya Shukla

Line Producer: Daya Shankar

Backstage: Siddharth Sen, Ankita Shrivastav, Abhishek Sharma & Harsh Kapoor. Produced by Rohit Sharma for Ambal Productions

Artiste Information:

Actor & Stand Up Artiste Mohit Sharma is based in Bombay. 60 plus shows of Manto's Toba Tek Singh: A Solo Play has been one of his defining works. Hes regular at Canvas Laugh Club (Bombay), with #OyeStandUp, apart from shows in Bangalore and Delhi. TV Serials and Commercials for TVS Jupiter & Maruti Suzuki figure prominently in his work body.

He hates being asked: Aur Kya Chal Raha Hai? An early riser if he doesn't sleep. Books and Music are his 2 am friends. A rain soaked run on the sandy beach makes him human!

For more #mohitizm or @AmbalProd across social media.
Atta Galatta
Tue, 26 Dec
Atta Galatta
Mohit Sharma, actor & stand-up artiste, has been to Bangalore, Pune & Delhi with #OyeStandUp (65 Shows in 18 months), apart from shows in Bombay at the mecca of comedy Canvas Laugh Club. Mohit, isnt on social media because he doesnt know how to pout, hence #mohitizm. For quick dekko checkout Bollywood Basanti Bhai on YouTube.Theatre, television & web form his main body of work. He is an early riser if he doesnt sleep. Books and Music are his 2 am friends. Hes speechless when asked Aur Batao over chakhna !

#OyeStandUp: Sardi Shaadi & 2018 Menu

New Year Resolution

Bengaluru: Silicon Implants

North Indian: White Field

Pagle Patanjali Premi

Food Porn

Machhar Aur Badminton
Mohit Sharma, actor & stand-up artiste, has been to Bangalore, Pune & Delhi with #OyeStandUp (65 Shows in 18 months), apart from shows in Bombay at the mecca of comedy Canvas Laugh Club. Mohit, isnt on social media because he doesnt know how to pout, hence #mohitizm. For quick dekko checkout Bollywood Basanti Bhai on YouTube.Theatre, television & web form his main body of work. He is an early riser if he doesnt sleep. Books and Music are his 2 am friends. Hes speechless when asked Aur Batao over chakhna !

#OyeStandUp: Sardi Shaadi & 2018 Menu

New Year Resolution

Bengaluru: Silicon Implants

North Indian: White Field

Pagle Patanjali Premi

Food Porn

Machhar Aur Badminton
Atta Galatta
Tue, 26 Dec
Atta Galatta
Bombay, Baroda, Bangalore & Delhi: 60 shows of this solo performance based on Sadat Hasan Manto's famous short-story set in post-1947.

India & Pakistan decide to exchange their mental

asylum inmates on religious basis. As this news breaks inside a Lahore asylum, what follows is funny and absurd. The inmates ask all the right and relevant questions, but they are certified

mad by the majority.

One among them Bishen Singh is seeking the current whereabouts of his homeland, Toba Tek Singh. But nobody knows; not even the God. On the day of exchange he refuses to budge, till he gets a clear answer. What follows leaves both the countries stunned!

Come & Discover...

Language: Hindi

Genre: Satire / Black Comedy

Duration: 60 Minutes(Approximately)

Credits:

Writer: Sadat Hasan Manto

Actor & Director: Mohit Sharma

Producer: Meghal Mehta

Creative Producers: Rohit Sharma & Abhishek Sharma.

Lights & Music: Siddharth Sen

Stage Manager: Daya Shankar

Costumes: Rekha Shetty

Associates: Dev Verma & Harsh Kapoor

Poster Design: Siddhant Sharma

Artiste Info:

Mohit is a Bombay based actor & stand-up artiste. Theatre, Stand-Up Comedy, Television &

Web form his main body of work. Regular at Canvas Laugh Club with #OyeStandUp comedy;

Rumi Aur Manto, is his upcoming solo performance, which opens on 27 & 28 October at The Cuckoo Club, Bandra. Books & Music are his 2 am friends. An early riser if he doesnt sleep through the night. Hes at his wits end when asked AurBataao over Chakhna!

For more, fb | tw | insta | youtube: @AmbalProd
Bombay, Baroda, Bangalore & Delhi: 60 shows of this solo performance based on Sadat Hasan Manto's famous short-story set in post-1947.

India & Pakistan decide to exchange their mental

asylum inmates on religious basis. As this news breaks inside a Lahore asylum, what follows is funny and absurd. The inmates ask all the right and relevant questions, but they are certified

mad by the majority.

One among them Bishen Singh is seeking the current whereabouts of his homeland, Toba Tek Singh. But nobody knows; not even the God. On the day of exchange he refuses to budge, till he gets a clear answer. What follows leaves both the countries stunned!

Come & Discover...

Language: Hindi

Genre: Satire / Black Comedy

Duration: 60 Minutes(Approximately)

Credits:

Writer: Sadat Hasan Manto

Actor & Director: Mohit Sharma

Producer: Meghal Mehta

Creative Producers: Rohit Sharma & Abhishek Sharma.

Lights & Music: Siddharth Sen

Stage Manager: Daya Shankar

Costumes: Rekha Shetty

Associates: Dev Verma & Harsh Kapoor

Poster Design: Siddhant Sharma

Artiste Info:

Mohit is a Bombay based actor & stand-up artiste. Theatre, Stand-Up Comedy, Television &

Web form his main body of work. Regular at Canvas Laugh Club with #OyeStandUp comedy;

Rumi Aur Manto, is his upcoming solo performance, which opens on 27 & 28 October at The Cuckoo Club, Bandra. Books & Music are his 2 am friends. An early riser if he doesnt sleep through the night. Hes at his wits end when asked AurBataao over Chakhna!

For more, fb | tw | insta | youtube: @AmbalProd
Atta Galatta
Mon, 25 Dec
Atta Galatta
Atta Galatta wishes you the best this holiday season and throughout the year, Merry Christmas! :)
Atta Galatta
Fri, 22 Dec
Atta Galatta
INK BATTLE brought to you by Penbound in association with JustBooks CLC and Srishti Publishers & Distributors is a platform to pitch your book to. INK BATTLE is a first of its kind - Shark Tank for Writers.

To participate log on to www.penbound.com and pitch your stories. Make sure you use #INKBATTLE to be eligible.

#OutreachPatrner: Atta Galatta
A first of its kind - Shark Tank for Writers.

Have you been toying with an idea for your book and do not know how to go from idea to reality?

Have you lingered with a manuscript for months or years and not found a publisher?

Are you stuck because you have no clue about how the publishing business works?

FACT

97% of manuscripts submitted to publishers are rejected. And most self-published books suffer due to poor marketing.

OPPORTUNITY

Here is a chance to win a publishing deal for your book instantly for English & Kannada writers.

INK BATTLE brought to you by @[1816987951912904:274:Penbound] in association with @[301306087488:274:JustBooks CLC] and @[175530499252014:274:Srishti Publishers & Distributors] is a platform to pitch your book to us. Winners have a chance to be published by Penbound and Srishti.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE?

Pre-event

1. Log on to www.penbound.com

2. Upload your stories by clicking on "Blank Canvas"

3. Fill in the details of the book

4. Make sure you use #INKBATTLE to be eligible

5. Write at least 3 chapters to be eligible in ANY genre

DEADLINE Jan 2nd, 2018. Top entries will be called for the event on Jan 7th, 2018.

Event at @[301306087488:274:JustBooks CLC] @[268834523560371:274:JustBooks Banashankari], Bangalore on Jan 7th, 2018.

1. Top writers will be given 3 mins to pitch their ideas using any kind of resources - audio/visual aids , enacting scenes, reading etc followed by Q&A (all props and aids have to be arranged by participants)

2. Panelists will have a Q&A with the participants

Post-event

Winners will win a publishing deal with Penbound and/or @[175530499252014:274:Srishti Publishers & Distributors] and a dedicated marketing outreach team.

Visit us at www.penbound.com/contest/003.html for details or email us at team@penbound.com

OUTREACH PARTNERS:

@[274368322647610:274:Atta Galatta]

@[381107731902799:274:NammRadio]
Atta Galatta
Tue, 19 Dec
Atta Galatta
Delighted to be featured in Tripoto.

If you're looking to spend time in #Bangalore without burning a hole in your pocket, you know where to come.
Ways to explore Bangalore without shelling out all your money!
Atta Galatta
Sat, 16 Dec
Atta Galatta
Atta Galatta was live.
Show
Reviews 4.2
Awesome show! - by Laya Ashwin for Unfairly Tales - With Dramamia .
a good discussion which gave insights and answered some queries - by Sudhendu for Poem Vs. Song-Workshop for BPF 2017 - With Niranjan Iyengar .
The ambiance was so-so. It could have been better.

But the performance was OUTSTANDING!
- by Neeraja Raghavan for Dastan Dhaai Aakhar Ki - With Ankit Chadha .
Unique and ammazing style of weaving a story!! - by Ramani for Dastan-e-Khanabadosh - With Ankit Chadha .
Good - by Sukla M C for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
Good one. Kudos to Padma. Keep it up. - by Shashwat Rao for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
Awesome experience - by Soumadeep Sen for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
The sound quality could have been better. - by Sulagna Halder for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
Great. New skill added in my life to make others happy. - by Damodaran for Teaching Through Stories - Workshop By Storywallahs .
Its good. - by Raju M for Painting Workshop With Cool Colors .
Had a fun time painting. Sunday well spent! - by Mithila Kumar for Painting Workshop With Cool Colors .
Excellent - by Atharva for ROBO-G Hands On Learning WORKSHOP .
Show