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 A MONK WHO LOVES NATURE

Manjit Bawa, The Legend, No More

A Neice Reminicences

It is strange to be writing about Manjit Bawa in his death, for, recalls Seema Bawa as a policy She did not write on him and his art. She had always felt that she would not have a discerning perspective when it came to his art because she was so close to him, for Manjit Bawa was her uncle, her father’s younger and very dear brother. Read More...


UTILITY OF HONESTY IN TRADE

Honesty in maintaining books

It is a habit with many merchants to maintain duplicate books, vouchers, bills etc. Duplicate books vouchers are maintained to cheat either the Income Tax Authorities or debtors and creditors, Continuing serializing The Late Shri Kimatrai Baharmal  Khushalani’s  essay UTILITY OF HONESTY IN TRADE. This essay was awarded a Gold Medal in 1934. Readers will find that the essay is as relevant today as it was then.   Read More...


 

 

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Savita Singh

 

Book Mark

Good Manners & Handling Difficult People

An Audio Book


Invitation to participate in the Logo Design Competition
organized by the
American Center


GEE QUIZ!

What do some of these artistic terms mean?

street theater, short stories, salsa, stone carving, stone masonry, syncopation, songs, saucy performances, sweet nothings, soliloquies, saga, stanza, solo, soli

 

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The Sense of an Audience

Most discussions – and demonstrations, now that the next edition of the Bharangam is upon us – of what ails contemporary theatre rarely take into account the role of the audience. , says Keval Arora.Audiences do of course get noticed, but only in the context of dwindling attendance at plays, or strategies to entice spectators back to the theatre. Such ‘concern’ for the audience masks a worryingly patronising attitude.   Read More...


Osian’s launches the Publishing House with the release of Bachchanalia  

Osian’s Connoisseurs of Art   announced the official launch of a full-fledged Publishing and Design House. The first publication to be launched post this announcement is Bhawana Somaaya’s and Osian’s Centre for Archiving, Research & Development‘s Bachchanalia: The Films and Memorabilia of Amitabh Bachchan, Read More...              

Theatre Fest

BHARAT RANG MAHOTSAV

8th to 19th January at The NSD- See Schedule

 


 

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NEWS FLASH

 

Osian’s supports the DSC Jaipur Literature Festival

The Mahindra Excellence in Theatre Awards will be held from 1 – 6 march 2009 in New Delhi.

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GEE QUIZ ANSWERS

rallentando or rall. – Broadening of the tempo (often not discernable from ritardando);
progressively slower
rapido – fast
rasch (Ger) – fast
religioso – religiously
repente – suddenly

rare stamps - numismatic

rhapsody -- in music is a one-movement work that is episodic yet integrated

 


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Chakras & Sound

In addition to our visible gross body, explains Prateeksha Sharma, we also have the subtle body in the form of an energy field around it. The physical body contains the most dense and therefore visible energy. This energy continues forming layers of energy fields around the body which are not usually visible to the naked eye. This magnetic field energy that surrounds the body is called “aura”. The aura is created by the energy of the chakras- Read More...

 

Editorial

Manohar Khushalani

 

Columnists

Bhushan B. Nagpal

Keval Arora

Krishan Tyagi

Seema Bawa

Divya Raina

Joya John

Naveen Gupta

Jai Chandiram

Sharon Moist

Preminder Singh

Prateeksha Sharma

 

Curtain raiser

From Ottawa to Odissi

Dali Basu, A computer science graduate passionate about Odissi dance shows us  how a classical form can be nurtured far away from its source not by family traditions and gharanas but by an individual need for self expression. That it can continue in a foreign culture despite the constraints of formal education, employment and the lure of ‘having fun’. .Read More...

 

 


Are You an Open or Closed Book?

 

"Are you open to learning something you already know" asks Sharon Moist. They say that “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” But what about people? Do you think it’s possible to teach someone something new, even if they feel like they already know it?  Read More...

 

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Kunal Puri

 

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A THE FIRST CITY THEATRE FOUNDATION PRODUCTION

Directed by BHARAT KAPUR
featuring KRITI PANT, MOMO GHOSH and NEEL CHAUDHURI


In war-torn Russia, three teenagers are thrown together, losing everything from their past.
Alexei Arbuzov's classic of love, hope and survival presented in a new version by Nick Dear.

Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre
9th and 10th January, 2009, 7:30pm

 

 Border by the Inspiration Gallery

 

Theatre Fest

BHARAT RANG MAHOTSAV

 

8th to 19th January at The NSD

 

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