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Upcoming events from 12 November - 16 November 

Ektara, Bauls & Fakirs
Art Exhibition
Papia Ghoshal

Monday 12 November 2018 – Inauguration
On display till Friday 16 November 2018 from 10.00 am to 06.00 pm

Papia Ghoshal will exhibit her new series of paintings on the bauls and fakirs of India. She is the only Indian artist to receive prestigious awards in Europe like European Prize for Fine Arts (2007), World Prize of Salvadore Dali (2009), Medal of Franz Kafka (2008).In India she has received the Mother Teresa International Award along with other national awards. Read more


Violin Recital
Suresh Kumar Goswami

Monday 12 November
06.30 pm 

 

Pt. Suresh Kumar Goswami, an engineer by profession but musician at heart. Born in to the musical family of Bikaner, he got his musical legacy from his father Shri Madhav Lal Goswami; elder brother Shri Mohanlal Goswami and his uncle Shri Gopalji Goswami, a renowned Dhrupad singer in Bikaner. His early lessons of Violin were from renowned Violinist of Jaipur Shri Mahendra Bhatt who is a brother of Grammy Award Winner Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt.  Read more


Bharatnatyam Margam 
Roshni Nair 

Wednesday 14 November
 06.30 pm 

Roshni Nair is a Bharatnatyam artist based in Dubai, dancing has been a passion for her since a very tender age.She is the recipient of the Cultural Talent Search Scholarship for Bharatnatyam provided by The Centre for Cultural Resources and Training (CCRT) in the year 1993 and a member of the International Dance Council under UNESCO, Paris. Having an MBA degree in Human Resources and CPP certification from CIPD, UK to her academic credentials . Read more


Baul Kirtan & Sufi Songs
Papia Das Baul

Thursday 15 November
06.30 pm

Papia Das Baul is a fine artist, poet and Baul singer based simultaneously in Europe and India. Being a unique and versatile personality she is a brand name in poetry and painting with her signature name Papia Ghoshal. Many of her paintings and poems carry the strong influence of the Baul philosophy. After having spent more than twenty years of her life with the bauls and the fakirs of rural Bengal she acquired her spiritual and musical name Papia Das Baul.  Read more


Charaiveti! Charaiveti!!
Book Launch 
Shri Ram Naik,
Governor of Uttar Pradesh 


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