Cobalt Blue Foundation presents Indus : Tracing The Lost Civilization.
India Unfolded is unique program that narrates the stories from the culture & history of India.
WHERE DO WE COME FROM?
Learn the history of our nation through the lives of the people of Indus Valley Civilization.
We will be narrating the lives, culture, architecture of Indus Valley Civilization through Saraswati & Ghaggari. The two sisters who lost and found each other through the cities of Harappa and discover truths about life & their true self.
We will walk around the exhibition of Harappa civilisation to understand the lives of people living in those times, their ways of looking at life and concept of being human.
Date: Sunday, 22nd September, 2019.
Time: 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM.
Venue: National Museum, New Delhi.
About Your Hosts:
Sundeep & Ruchi invented 'INDIA UNFOLDED' to orient travellers, expats and culture enthusiasts to the concept of India and bring the rich history, perspective & philosophy to the contemporary world.
Sundeep Verma is a storyteller who weaves meanings within the lost histories and help you discover personal association with these marvellous reservoirs of wisdom. He is a graphic novelist, writer & researcher. He has worked in advertising for 17 years. He did his Masters in Narrative Environments from Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, London, UK.
Ruchi is a practicing counselling psychologist who believes in the therapeutic value of expressive arts. She has studied art from NIFT and Nottingham Trent University, UK. She had been working in the area of Art Therapy, Mindfulness and Color Therapy for last 8 years. She is also an accomplished visual artist with solo exhibitions at IHC, Amsterdam and UK. Ruchi has rich experience in conducting workshops for MNCs and institutes.
Please carry a valid ID proof along with you.No refunds on purchased ticket are possible, even in case of any rescheduling.Security procedures, including frisking remain the right of the management.No dangerous or potentially hazardous objects including but not limited to weapons, knives, guns, fireworks, helmets, lazer devices, bottles, musical instruments will be allowed in the venue and may be ejected with or without the owner from the venue.The sponsors/performers/organizers are not responsible for any injury or damage occurring due to the event. Any claims regarding the same would be settled in courts in Mumbai.People in an inebriated state may not be allowed entry.Venue rules apply.
Map & Directions
Map & Directions
National Museum, Janpath National Museum, New Delhi Rajpath Area, Central Secretariat New Delhi, Delhi 110001
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