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Sanskriti Samvad Shrinkhala (Cultural Dialogue Series)

Thu, 28 Jul 2016 10:00AM
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Sanskriti Samvad Shrinkhala

(Cultural Dialogue Series)

28 July 2016

10.00 am onwards

Auditorium, C.V. Mess, Janpath, New Delhi-1

Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts for the first time is hosting ‘Sanskriti Samvad Shrinkhala’ on 28 July 2016. On this occasion, IGNCA will celebrate and felicitate eminent litterateur , Dr. Naamvar Singh who will step into the 90th year of his fulfilling life.

The day- long event will include a panel discussions on a.)'Naamvar Singh ki Sarthkarta', b.)'Naamvar Singh Ka Krititva: Rashtriya Sandarbh' and a film on Dr. Naamvar Singh -'Naamvar Singh ke 90 Saal'.

The programme is being held in collaboration with Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya, Wardha.

Dr. Naamvar Singh:

Dr. Naamvar Singh was born on 28 July 1926 at Village Jiyanpur, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. He is a well-known writer, litterateur, philosopher, critic of Hindi Sahitya. Some of his publications are Balkam khud (1951), Kahani: nayi kahani (1966), Dusri parampara ki khoj (1982), Aalochak ke mukh se (2005) and Premchand aur Bhartiya Samaj (2010).

His career boasts of holding prestigious positions and teaching at various eminent educational institutions of India including Jodhpur University (Rajasthan) and Jawahar Lal Nehru University (Delhi).

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by

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The 12th concert under the classical music series, Bhinn Shadj will be presented by Dr.Kadri Gopalnath in collaboration with SPICMACAY.

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Carnatic Classical Music Concert

by

Dr. Kadri Gopalnath

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IGNCA Auditorium, C.V. Mess, Janpath, New Delhi

IGNCA initiated a classical music series Bhinn Shadj on 19 November 2016. Under this series, senior musicians are being invited to present rare ragas and compositions in both Hindustani and Carnatic music.

The 12th concert under the classical music series, Bhinn Shadj will be presented by Dr.Kadri Gopalnath in collaboration with SPICMACAY.

Born in 1949, Dr. Kadri Gopalnath developed interest in music from his father, Thaniappa, a Nadaswaram Vidwan during his childhood. He once saw saxophone being played at Mysore Palace and decided to master the instrument. After twenty years of his training, he was crowned as Saxophone Chakravarthy.

He played his maiden concert for Chembai Memorial Trust and eventually performed in several festivals in India and abroad including Jazz Festival In Prague, Berlin Jazz Festival, the International Cervantino Festival in Mexico, the Music Hall Festival in Paris.

A Padma Shri awardee, Dr. Gopalnath is the first Carnatic musician to be invited in BBC Promenade Concert in 1994.
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by

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4.00 pm

IGNCA Reference Library, First Floor, 11 Mansingh Road, New Delhi

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This month, This month, Dr. R. Nagaswamy will read from his book Masterpieces of Chola Art. This book is illustrated with 260 colour photographs of Chola Art Architecture, Sculpture, Bronzes, Paintings, etc.

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by

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4.00 pm

IGNCA Reference Library, First Floor, 11 Mansingh Road, New Delhi

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This month, This month, Dr. R. Nagaswamy will read from his book Masterpieces of Chola Art. This book is illustrated with 260 colour photographs of Chola Art Architecture, Sculpture, Bronzes, Paintings, etc.

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History of people of India from Epigraphs

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10.00 am to 1.00 pm

Lecture Hall, 11 Mansingh Road, New Delhi

IGNCA will host five days workshop `History of people of India from Epigraphs under Bharat Vidya Prayojana by Dr. Nagaswamy, Former Founder Director, Tamil Nadu Archaeological Department.

Topics to be covered in the workshop:

Importance of epigraphy Signs and symbols Harappan age Vedic age Role of dharmasstras in state and among the people Village life and Assembly Judicial administrations Revenue administration Kingship Rights of women Economy Art and architecture Worship of dead Crime and punishment Indian life in south East Asia Music and dance etc. Sources: Mainly based on Epigraphia Indica South Indian inscriptions Mysore Archaeological reports Travancore Archaeological series Hyderabad Archaeological. Series Select inscriptions by D.C Sircar Inscriptions of Kamboja by R. C. Majumdar Dharmasastra by P. V. Kane Ancient History of India by R.C. Majumdar and Prof. K. A. Nilakantasastri Inscriptions of Chalukyas ,Gangas, Rashtrakutas and Pallavas

For further details contact: Dr. Sudhir Lall, Project Director, Bharat Vidya Prayojana, IGNCA or

Mr. Arun Kumar, Project Assistant, Bharat Vidya Prayojana, IGNCA

Contact Phone numbers: 9013051165/8368388489

Limited Seats Available. Seats would be allotted on First-come, first-served basis.

Registration fee Rs. 500/- . Fee will be collected, physically in form of cash or cheque or with Credit/Debit card at the registration counter at workshop venue at IGNCA on 23 October 2017 from 9.30 am onwards.

Please note that it is mandatory to register yourself in the registration form given on Registration Link:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/14VvAYIZi77dLpvLSTKTs4sFNjX0Nbb-Tv769fy28Wi0/viewform?edit_requested=true
Bharat Vidya Prayojana

History of people of India from Epigraphs

23 to 27 October 2017

10.00 am to 1.00 pm

Lecture Hall, 11 Mansingh Road, New Delhi

IGNCA will host five days workshop `History of people of India from Epigraphs under Bharat Vidya Prayojana by Dr. Nagaswamy, Former Founder Director, Tamil Nadu Archaeological Department.

Topics to be covered in the workshop:

Importance of epigraphy Signs and symbols Harappan age Vedic age Role of dharmasstras in state and among the people Village life and Assembly Judicial administrations Revenue administration Kingship Rights of women Economy Art and architecture Worship of dead Crime and punishment Indian life in south East Asia Music and dance etc. Sources: Mainly based on Epigraphia Indica South Indian inscriptions Mysore Archaeological reports Travancore Archaeological series Hyderabad Archaeological. Series Select inscriptions by D.C Sircar Inscriptions of Kamboja by R. C. Majumdar Dharmasastra by P. V. Kane Ancient History of India by R.C. Majumdar and Prof. K. A. Nilakantasastri Inscriptions of Chalukyas ,Gangas, Rashtrakutas and Pallavas

For further details contact: Dr. Sudhir Lall, Project Director, Bharat Vidya Prayojana, IGNCA or

Mr. Arun Kumar, Project Assistant, Bharat Vidya Prayojana, IGNCA

Contact Phone numbers: 9013051165/8368388489

Limited Seats Available. Seats would be allotted on First-come, first-served basis.

Registration fee Rs. 500/- . Fee will be collected, physically in form of cash or cheque or with Credit/Debit card at the registration counter at workshop venue at IGNCA on 23 October 2017 from 9.30 am onwards.

Please note that it is mandatory to register yourself in the registration form given on Registration Link:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/14VvAYIZi77dLpvLSTKTs4sFNjX0Nbb-Tv769fy28Wi0/viewform?edit_requested=true
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Kurai Onrum Illai

MS Life in Music

(1916-2004)

18 to 30 October 2017

10.00 am to 6.00 pm

Lalit Kala Akademi, Greams Road, Chennai

IGNCA's exhibition Kurai Onrum Illai, MS: A life in Music moves to Chennai. It will be inaugurated by Honble Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu on 17 October 2017 at 11.45 am.

IGNCA had been mandated by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India to mark the birth centenary of Bharat Ratna Dr M S Subbulakshmi from 16 September 2016 to 16 September 2017. The inauguration of the year-long programmes was done at Bangalore, where Shri Ananth Kumar, Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers flagged off the celebrations. It included seminars, concerts and lecture by Ms Gowri Ramnarayan (Dr. M. S. Subbulakshmis grand niece).

Concept Note:

Bharat Ratna M S Subbulakshmi is an iconic musician, a singer par excellence, known not merely for her voice, but for the emotion she puts into music. She is the first ever musician to be conferred the highest civilian order Bharat Ratna. She is also the first Indian musician to win the Magsaysay award. She was also the first Indian to sing at the UN General Assembly.

There are three distinct phases/aspects to the life and music of MS, as she was fondly called.

She was one of the earliest female actresses to enter the film world. When she acted in her first film, she was all of 22.

Her contribution to popularizing Hindu hymns and bhajans is unmatched. She introduced to southern India the world of Meera Bhajans and Hanuman chalisa. There is hardly a Hindu household in south India where her Venkatesa Suprabatham is not played.

MS also participated in the freedom struggle through music. She along with other towering female singers in the south like D K Pattammal, M L Vasanthakumari and Vasantha kokilam sang patriotic songs penned by such eminent poets as Bharatiyar, Papanasam Sivan, and Kalki. It made a huge impact on the freedom movement by stoking the nationalist sentiments.
Kurai Onrum Illai

MS Life in Music

(1916-2004)

18 to 30 October 2017

10.00 am to 6.00 pm

Lalit Kala Akademi, Greams Road, Chennai

IGNCA's exhibition Kurai Onrum Illai, MS: A life in Music moves to Chennai. It will be inaugurated by Honble Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu on 17 October 2017 at 11.45 am.

IGNCA had been mandated by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India to mark the birth centenary of Bharat Ratna Dr M S Subbulakshmi from 16 September 2016 to 16 September 2017. The inauguration of the year-long programmes was done at Bangalore, where Shri Ananth Kumar, Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers flagged off the celebrations. It included seminars, concerts and lecture by Ms Gowri Ramnarayan (Dr. M. S. Subbulakshmis grand niece).

Concept Note:

Bharat Ratna M S Subbulakshmi is an iconic musician, a singer par excellence, known not merely for her voice, but for the emotion she puts into music. She is the first ever musician to be conferred the highest civilian order Bharat Ratna. She is also the first Indian musician to win the Magsaysay award. She was also the first Indian to sing at the UN General Assembly.

There are three distinct phases/aspects to the life and music of MS, as she was fondly called.

She was one of the earliest female actresses to enter the film world. When she acted in her first film, she was all of 22.

Her contribution to popularizing Hindu hymns and bhajans is unmatched. She introduced to southern India the world of Meera Bhajans and Hanuman chalisa. There is hardly a Hindu household in south India where her Venkatesa Suprabatham is not played.

MS also participated in the freedom struggle through music. She along with other towering female singers in the south like D K Pattammal, M L Vasanthakumari and Vasantha kokilam sang patriotic songs penned by such eminent poets as Bharatiyar, Papanasam Sivan, and Kalki. It made a huge impact on the freedom movement by stoking the nationalist sentiments.
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts
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5.30 pm

Auditorium, Media Centre, 3, Dr. R. P. Road, New Delhi-1

The film brings the glorious history of Indian cinema alive through the extremely valuable stills and posters from the silent era to the early nineties.

Director: Dr. G.S. Raina

Duration: 55 minutes
IGNCA Film Circle

The History of Emotions and Images

27 October 2017

5.30 pm

Auditorium, Media Centre, 3, Dr. R. P. Road, New Delhi-1

The film brings the glorious history of Indian cinema alive through the extremely valuable stills and posters from the silent era to the early nineties.

Director: Dr. G.S. Raina

Duration: 55 minutes
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