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Spring Festival of Dance and Music: An evening of Music
Programme : Spring Festival of Dance and Music: An evening of Music
Start Date:  06 Apr 2017  At:  18:00  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
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Spring Festival of Dance and Music: An evening of Music
 
At 6:00pm 
 
Sarod Recital 
By Apurba Banerjee from Kolkata, disciple of Shri Anirban Ghosh and Pt. Partho Sarathi Chowdhury
 
At 7:00 pm
 
Hindustani Vocal Recital  
By Vivek Bhola from Delhi, disciple of Pt.  Madhup Mudgal
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Spring Festival of Dance and Music: An Evening of Dance
Programme : Spring Festival of Dance and Music: An Evening of Dance
Start Date:  07 Apr 2017  At:  18:00  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
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At 6:00 pm
Kathak Group Recital 
By Manjari Kiran from Jaipur, disciple of Smt Rohini Bhate, Smt Sanjeevini Kulkarni and Shri Haider Sheikh.  Manjari will be accompanied by her own disciples –  Pallavi Pareek, Aditi Sharma and  Anjana Pillai
 
At 7:00 pm
 
Kathakali Recital
Cleopatra – The Last Pharaoh of Egypt in Kathakali Stree Vesham – An adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Anthony and Cleopatra by Prabal Gupta from Bangalore, disciple of Guru Sri Sadanam Balakrishnan
 
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Gods Summit
Programme : Gods Summit
Start Date:  08 Apr 2017  At:  11:00  .MAIN ART GALLERY, KAMALADEVI COMPLEX 
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Temsuyanger Longkumer, London based multimedia artist from Nagaland will exhibit his latest time based work, and a group of portraits from the series Superstars, Portraits of Remarkable People I have Met
 
Preview on Friday, 7th April 2017 at 18:30
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To Mark the 81st Anniversary of Lodhi Garden
Programme : To Mark the 81st Anniversary of Lodhi Garden
Start Date:  09 Apr 2017  At:  18:00  .CONFERENCE ROOM I 
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Why and How to Replace vilayati keekar with Native Trees in the Delhi Ecosystem?
Lead presentation: Prof. C.R. Babu, Professor Emeritus, Centre for Environmental Management of Degraded Ecosystems (CEMDE), School of Environmental Studies, University of Delhi
Discussants: Dr. M. Shah Hussain, Scientist-in-Charge, Aravalli Biodiversity Park; and Dr. Faiyaz A. Khudsar, Scientist-in-Charge, Yamuna Biodiversity Park
 Chair: Suhas Borker, founder  Member, Green Circle of Delhi
In the early 1920s the British brought to Delhi, many tree species that were native to Mexico and which monopolised sunlight and water – virtually killing any competition from native trees. Now a 100 years later, ecologists and botanists have been working hard to find ways to remove one such tree species – vilayati keeker (prosopis juliflora), which has killed almost all other native trees in the forest and wiped out biodiversity in the Ridge area. The Ridge area is spread over an area of 7,777 hectares and more than 80 per cent land is covered by vilayati keekar. Even the 90 acres of Lodhi Garden has a proliferation of this species
The discussion commemorates 25 years of the Green Circle of Delhi
 
 
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Buddhism in Mainland SE Asia
Programme : Buddhism in Mainland SE Asia
Start Date:  10 Apr 2017  At:  18:30  .CONFERENCE ROOM I 
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Facts and Fiction: The Myth of Suvannabh?mi and the Advent of Buddhism in Mainland Southeast Asia 
Speaker: Mr. Nicolas Revire, lecturer in French at the Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University (Bangkok, Thailand) since 2003. He has completed a doctoral degree at the Université Paris 3-Sorbonne nouvelle in France. He specializes in the Buddhist art and archaeology of South and Southeast Asia with a research focus on pre-modern Thailand. He is general editor of a collective volume titled Before Siam: Essays in Art and Archaeology (Bangkok, 2014)
 
Chair: Dr. Himanshu Prabha Ray
 
 
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