15

film

7 pm

THE SUBTEXT OF ANGER, DIRECTED BY VANDANA KOHLI.

(English/2012/58mins.) Professors of Psychology, Sociology and Neurology examine the cause and impact of anger, in these hurried times of strife and disquiet.

HABITAT WORLD India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Ph: 43663333

 

film

EUFF 2012 – EUROPE IN LOVE:

6 pm

POLL DIARIES, DIRECTED BY CHRIS KRAUS.

BRITISH COUNCIL 17, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Connaught Place Ph: 23710111

 

JFND FILM SCREENINGS - DEDICATED WOMEN:

6.30 pm

YUME-CHIYO NIKKI, Directed By KIRIRO URAYAMA

JAPAN FOUNDATION 5A, Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar IV, Ph: 26442967/68


misc

10 am

HANDICRAFTS BY THE MINISTRY OF FOREST AND ENVIRONMENT.

DILLI HAAT Opposite INA Market, Ph: 26119055

11 am to 7 pm

KAIRI 2012: AN EXHIBITION OF TEXTILES FOR SUMMER.

(Also on March 16 and 17.) 

SHILPI HAAT Second Floor, Rajiv Gandhi Handicrafts Bhawan, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Connaught Place, Ph: 32929982, email: delhicraft@gmail.com

 

6.30 pm

Zubaan Talkies -Take 2: ‘MAD WOMEN IN THE ATTIC’.

Readings by various authors.

THE ATTIC 36 Regal building, Ph: 23746050


16

film

EUFF 2012 – EUROPE IN LOVE:

6 pm

DANCE MARATHON, DIRECTED BY MAGDALENA HOLLAND LAZARKIEWICZ.

8 pm

CAMINO, DIRECTED BY JAVIER FESSER.

BRITISH COUNCIL 17, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Connaught Place Ph: 23710111


book discussion

6.30 pm

CAPITALISM, COLONIALISM AND GLOBALIZATION: STUDIES IN ECONOMIC CHANGE EDITED BY SHIREEN MOOSVI.

Panellists include PS Bawa, former DGP Delhi and Prof Jaytilak Guha Roy, IIPA New Delhi. It will be chaired by Dr Kapila Vatsyayan.

Conference Room I.

INDIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE 40, Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, Ph: 24619431

 

workshop

9.30 to 10.45 am

RELEASE CLASSES WITH MANDEEP RAIKHY.

Advanced classes, for dancers with a minimum of two years’ professional experience. Fee Rs. 2,000 for 8 classes or Rs 350 per class. To register, email gatidance@gmail.com with name, phone number and your movement/ dance background. For more information, call 9971406113.

THE GATI DANCE FORUM D-36, Basement Nizamuddin East, Ph: 41825766

 

misc

10 am

BIHAR FESTIVAL.

(Till March 29.)

DILLI HAAT Opposite INA Market, Ph: 26119055


festival

TIBETAN FOLK FESTIVAL:

10 am

OPENING CEREMONY.

Auditorium.

11 am

OPENING CEREMONY OF SAND MANDALA

Auditorium Foyer.

4 pm

DISCUSSION ON TIBETAN, AYURVEDIC AND HOMEOPATHIC SYSTEMS.

Panelists include Dr SK Gupta, Dr Tamding la, Dr Kasim, and Dr Bhagwan Dash. It will be chaired by Prof Ashum Gupta.

Auditorium.

6 pm

SACRED DANCE AND MUSIC (I) BY MONKS OF LOSELING MONASTERY. FOLLOWED BY BODHI KATHA BY KAJOLI KHANNA

Fountain Lawns.

INDIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE 40, Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, Ph: 24619431

 

17

music

DELHI JAZZ FESTIVAL:

6 pm

Nehru Park Niti Marg, Chanakyapuri, Ph: ///

 

film

2.45 pm

THE STONING OF SORAYA M, DIRECTED BY CYRUS NOWRASTEH.

(English  and Persian/114 mins.) A drama set in 1986 Iran and centered on a man, Sahebjam, whose car breaks down in a remote village and enters into a conversation with Zahra, who relays to him the story about her niece, Soraya, whose arranged marriage to an abusive tyrant had a tragic ending.

4 pm

TO THINK LIKE A WOMAN, BY ARPITA SINHA.

(2006/30 mins.) The film reflects on the numerous silences that shroud the lives of young, educated, ‘independent’, ‘modern’, single women in urban India. Conversations with four such women reveal inner conflicts, dissonances and a crisis of identity.

KRITI FILM CLUB SCREENINGS S-35, Tara Apartments, Alaknanda, Ph: 26033088/26027845, email: space.kriti@gmail.com


talk

7 pm

BEAUTY IN THE BEAST BY ARCHNA SINGH.

An audio-visual show to create awareness about wildlife. In collaboration with Orah Wildlife.

HABITAT WORLD India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Ph: 43663333

walk

2 to 5.30 pm

MEHRAULI ARCHAELOGICAL PARK.

For further details and registration, contact Surekha on surekha@delhimetrowalks.com, call on 9811330098 or log onto www.delhimetrowalks.com.


festival

TIBETAN FOLK FESTIVAL:

10 am

5.30 pm

TALK ON INDO-TIBETAN RELATIONS BEFORE AND AFTER 1959 BY LALIT MANSINGH.

It will be chaired by Prof Meenakshi Thapan.

Fountain Lawns.

INDIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE 40, Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, Ph: 24619431

18

music

7 pm

VIOLIN RECITAL BY ANUPRIYA DEOTALE.

The artiste is a disciple of Pandit Ram Narayan and Ustad Amjad Ali Khan. Part of HCL Concert Series.

HABITAT WORLD India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Ph: 43663333

 

DELHI JAZZ FESTIVAL:

6 pm

Nehru Park Niti Marg, Chanakyapuri, Ph: ///

 

walk

9 to 11 am

QUTB MINAR FOR MOMS, DADS AND KIDS.

For further details and registration, contact Surekha on surekha@delhimetrowalks.com, call on 9811330098 or log onto www.delhimetrowalks.com.

 

workshop

10 am to 2 pm

KENTARO!! DANCE WORKSHOP.

It will explore both physicality and theatricality through elaborate choreography and original dance tunes by Japanese dancer-choreographer KENTARO!! Workshop contribution Rs 500.Presented by Gati Dance Forum.

JAPAN FOUNDATION 5A, Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar IV, Ph: 26442967


festival

TIBETAN FOLK FESTIVAL:

2.30 pm          

CLASSICAL DANCE: TIBETAN AND INDIAN.

Auditorium.

INDIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE 40, Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, Ph: 24619431


19

film

EUFF 2012 – EUROPE IN LOVE:

6 pm

A FRIEND OF MINE, DIRECTED BY MART KIVASTIK.

8 pm

KONT DIGA, DIRECTED BY MARK DINGLI.

BRITISH COUNCIL 17, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Connaught Place Ph: 23710111


workshop

10 am to 2 pm

MOVING WATER WITH CHRIS LECHNER.

Suitable for dancers, martial artists, yoga and other movement practitioners. Workshop contribution Rs 2,000. Presented by Gati Dance Forum. Till March 22.

NATYA BALLET CENTRE 21 Bhai Veer Singh Marg, Connaught Place


20

workshop

9.30 to 10.45 am

RELEASE CLASSES WITH MANDEEP RAIKHY.

Advanced classes, for dancers with a minimum of two years’ professional experience. Fee Rs. 2,000 for 8 classes or Rs 350 per class. To register, email gatidance@gmail.com with name, phone number and your movement/ dance background. For more information, call 9971406113.

THE GATI DANCE FORUM D-36, Basement Nizamuddin East, Ph: 41825766

 

10 am to 2 pm

MOVING WATER WITH CHRIS LECHNER.

Suitable for dancers, martial artists, yoga and other movement practitioners. Workshop contribution Rs 2,000. Presented by Gati Dance Forum. Till March 22.

NATYA BALLET CENTRE 21 Bhai Veer Singh Marg, Connaught Place


21

music

SANGEET NRITYA UTSAV:

7 pm

MANDOLIN RECITAL BY ARAVIND BHARGAVA.

The artiste is a disciple of U Shrinivas and U Rajesh. In collaboration with IWCF.

HABITAT WORLD India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Ph: 43663333


film

EUFF 2012 – EUROPE IN LOVE:

6 pm

BLACK BROWN WHITE, DIRECTED BY ERWIN WAGENHOFER

BRITISH COUNCIL 17, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Connaught Place Ph: 23710111


poetry reading

6.30 pm

Moonweavers – a poetry recital.

Chaand Ke Julaahe organises an open mic poetry session followed by a small performance.

THE ATTIC 36 Regal building, Ph: 23746050


22

theatre

7 pm

FESTIVAL OF STRINDBERG PLAYS AND DRAMATISED READINGS.

In collaboration with Embassy of Sweden.

HABITAT WORLD India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Ph: 43663333


23

film

EUFF 2012 – EUROPE IN LOVE:

6 pm

MY QUEEN KARO, DIRECTED BY DOROTHEE VAN DEN BERGHE.

8 pm

ACHING HEARTS, DIRECTED BY NILS MALMROS.

BRITISH COUNCIL 17, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Connaught Place Ph: 23710111


talk

6.30 pm

DEALING WITH DIVERSITY: COMPARATIVE REFLECTIONS BETWEEN EUROPE, AUSTRIA AND INDIA BY ANIL BHATTI.

In collaboration with Austrian Cultural Forum.

Lecture Room II.

INDIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE 40, Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, Ph: 24619431


discussion

6 pm

LIVING RIVERS, DYING RIVERS: RIVERS OF ANDHRA PRADESH BY UMAMAHESHWARI.

The speaker is a journalist. It will be chaired by Ramaswamy R Iyer.

Conference Room II.

INDIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE 40, Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, Ph: 24619431


24

theatre

7 pm

MISS JULIE, DIRECTED BY SOHAILA KAPUR.

Written by August Strindberg, one of his well loved plays, it deals with issues of power and control, bringing within its ambit, the battle between the classes and sexes.

HABITAT WORLD India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Ph: 43663333


discussion

6.30 pm

AMIR KHUSRAU’S CONTRIBUTION TO HINDUSTANI MUSIC.

Panellists include Prof Krishna Bisht, Vidya Rao and S Kalidas. The session will be moderated by Irfan Zuberi. In collaboration with Aga Khan Trust for Culture.

Lecture Room II.

INDIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE 40, Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, Ph: 24619431


walk

1.30 to 5 pm

1922 DELHI UNIVERSITY NORTH CAMPUS.

For further details and registration, contact Surekha on surekha@delhimetrowalks.com, call on 9811330098 or log onto www.delhimetrowalks.com.

 

25

theatre

7 and 9 pm

KRAPP’S LAST TAPE, DIRECTED BY DANISH HUSAIN.

The cast includes Sahil Farooqui and Danish Husain. A Samuel Beckett play presented by The Hoshruba Repertory. Krapp, a sixty-nine year old man, surrounded by darkness in his room relives the experiences of his past and the decisions and circumstances that have led to his current state through a ledger of recordings he has made of himself over the years in the manner of a personal diary or confession.

HABITAT WORLD India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Ph: 43663333


walk

3 to 6 pm

HAVELIS AND HISTORY AROUND SITARAM BAZAR (CHANDNI CHOWK).

For further details and registration, contact Surekha on surekha@delhimetrowalks.com, call on 9811330098 or log onto www.delhimetrowalks.com.

FEST 2012:

9 am

HERITAGE WALK TO TUGLAKABAD FORT.

Presented by SPIC MACAY.

MIRANDA HOUSE Patel Chest Marg, University of Delhi, Ph: 27666983


26

film

7 pm

WE AIN’T RICH OR FAMOUS BUT WE ARE THE HAPPY PALS, DIRECTED BY JAY BAJAJ.

(English/2011/78mins.) The documentary is the history of 40 years of The Happy Pals playing at 4.30 pm every Saturday at Grossman’s Tavern, a pub on Spadina Avenue in Toronto.

HABITAT WORLD India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Ph: 43663333


talk

6.30 pm

BHAKTI MOVEMENT BY ANDREW SCHELLING.

Dr Schelling is the editor of The Oxford Anthology of Bhakti Literature.

Conference Room I.

INDIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE 40, Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, Ph: 24619431


27

music

6.30 pm

DUO EXTRAORDINAIRE: FUSION MUSIC - SAROD RECITAL BY RANAJIT SENGUPTA AND OUD AND GUITAR BY WOLFGANG NETZER.

They will be accompanied by a tabla.

Auditorium.

INDIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE 40, Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, Ph: 24619431


FEST 2012:

5.30 pm

FOLK MUSIC AND QAWWALI.

Presented by SPIC MACAY.

MIRANDA HOUSE Patel Chest Marg, University of Delhi, Ph: 27666983


28

dance

RABINDRA NRITYANJALI - NATIONAL FESTIVAL OF NEW CHOREOGRAPHY:

7 pm

MAHAMANOBER SHAGORO TIRE (INDIAN PILGRIMAGE): ODISSI RECITAL BY KALAJYOTI. FOLLOWED BY ABHISAAR: KATHAK BALLET AND FOLK DANCE RECITAL BY NUPUR JHANKAR.

HABITAT WORLD India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Ph: 43663333


film

FILMS ON SPIRITUALITY AND FAITH :

6.30 pm

THE BUDDHA, DIRECTED BY DAVID GRUBIN.

(English/120 mins.) In collaboration with the Foundation for the Universal Responsibility of the Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Auditorium.

INDIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE 40, Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, Ph: 24619431


seminar

9.30 am

HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE AND DISASTER RELIEF: EMERGING CHALLENGES AND THE ROAD AHEAD.

In collaboration with Operational Logistics Directorate of Headquarters Integrated Defence Staff, FICCI, CII and NDMA.

Seminar Halls I, II and III.

INDIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE 40, Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, Ph: 24619431


29

film

FORTS OF INDIA- A FESTIVAL OF HERITAGE:

7 pm

AMAZING FORTS:  JANZIRA, GINGEE & KALINJAR.

The screenings will be followed by presentations by historians Dr Pushpesh Pant and Dr RS Chauhan. (Also on March 30 and 31.)

HABITAT WORLD India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Ph: 43663333


talk

6.30 pm

DELHI DURBAR 1911 BY SUNIL RAMAN.

The speaker is the co-author of Delhi Durbar 1911: The Complete Story.

Conference Room I.

INDIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE 40, Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, Ph: 2461943

7 pm

IS AMERICA STILL “EXCEPTIONAL” AND DOES IT MATTER TO INDIA? BY ALI VELSHI.

The speaker is Chief Business Correspondent, CNN.

HABITAT WORLD India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Ph: 43663333

 

 

lec-dem

FEST 2012:

5.30 pm

PUPPETRY WITH DADI PUDUMJEE.

Presented by SPIC MACAY.

MIRANDA HOUSE Patel Chest Marg, University of Delhi, Ph: 27666983


30

dance

FEST 2012:

5.30 pm

ODISSI RECITAL BY MADHAVI MUDGAL.

Presented by SPIC MACAY.

MIRANDA HOUSE Patel Chest Marg, University of Delhi, Ph: 27666983

film

FORTS OF INDIA - A FESTIVAL OF HERITAGE:

7 pm

THE GREAT DEFENSE FORTS: DAULATABAD, KUMBALGARH AND CHITTORGARH.

The screenings will be followed by presentations by Dr Najaf Haider, Historian, JNU and Amita Baig, Monuments Heritage Consultant. (Also on March 31.)

HABITAT WORLD India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Ph: 43663333

 

talk

6.30 pm

FRONTIERS OF HISTORY:

WOMEN AND MATHEMATICS - A PERSPECTIVE BY GEETHA VENKATARAMAN.

Prof Venkataraman is from the School of Liberal Studies/Undergraduate Studies, Ambedkar University, Delhi. It will be chaired by Prof Irfan Habib, Professor, Maulana Azad Chair, National University of Educational Planning and Administration.

Conference Room I.

INDIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE 40, Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, Ph: 24619431


stand-up

7 pm

NOTHING LIKE ANYTHING BY KUNAAL ROY KAPUR AND ANUVAB PAL.

(English/80mins) Two wicked satirists take us through advertisement slogans that don't make sense, political views that last as long as ads, reality television, fashion lingo, new Indian wealth, the media hype that mainly hypes the media, corruption, and the many other absurdities of living in modern India. Tickets priced at Rs.350, 250 and 100 available at the Programme Desk from March 19 for IHC members, open to all from March 22 onwards. An Old World Culture Presentation.

HABITAT WORLD India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Ph: 43663333


31

dance

6.30 pm

DEVOTIONS: CONTEMPORARY DANCE RECITAL BY GILLES CHUYEN. 

STAINLESS ART GALLERY The Mira Corporate Suites, 1 and 2, Ground floor, Old Ishwar Nagar, Okhla Crossing, Mathura road, Ph: 42603167


misc

10 am

CACTUS EXHIBITION.

DILLI HAAT Opposite INA Market, Ph: 26119055

 

 





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