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Phoenix - The Play

 

The plot is concerned with the reaction of a family to the accidental death of the only son while rehearsing a street play. What strikes me immediately is a major flaw. The basic event says Lola Chatterji is unthinkable. No play, performed either as a street play or a sophisticated stage production, EVER uses REAL fire on stage. Fire is shown by lighting, smoke, mimed reactions of the victims. As Suni, one of the characters says, she laughed and laughed when Bhayya wrapped a yellow cloth round himself pretending he was burning, and tried to unwind it while rehearsing. Read More...

 


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Your plastic dark glasses. How inexpensively fashionable they stood on your proud perky nose, reminiscences Sushmita Mukherjee, it made poor company with the  printed silk saree that you had worn, shyly grouped with relatives, against an azure blue sky, up on the terrace on a hot summer evening Baby Ma, you morphed into a portrait, flat and fixed. Read More...

 


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A Witty Short Story from London

Man-Woman Equality

 

Gerard’s life was a road to nowhere. He had dropped out of school at 16 and sat at home most days, watching TV and playing video games. He had boggled his brains with marijuana, mushrooms, cocaine and heroine. He could barely go through a day without drugs. Since he did not have a job, he could not earn any money and pay for his addiction.  So he constantly had to steal from his parents.... Manasvi Gautam sends us this unusual fiction from London   Read More...


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Indian Temple Architecture in USA

 

Besides the shrines and temples, the complex houses two halls as a Kalyana Mandapam dance theater that can accommodate thousand spectators and the other huge research hall which houses a library.  There is also an annex in which devotees could eat tasty South Indian prasadams which remains always crowded during the week end. Dr. R. Nagaswamy sends us this report from Texas   Read More...

 


 

Looking at Chaunsatha Yoginis :  Beauty,  Power and Secrecy

 

Within the realm of group-divinities, the Yogini cult, has sustained its power to bewilder and captivate. .Besides this,  as Nilima Chitgopekar will explain at the Attic, they were not subsumed into the cult of male figures. In a culture where many an authoritative goddess were, ‘spousified’, ‘consortified’ or ‘husbanded’, this self-dependence is a trait brimming with potential Read More..

 

 

 

 

 



 

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Traditional Songs of Tibet’ by Chukie at The ATTIC

The most difficult thing that a people have to face is to be exiled from their country and have to live on the goodwill of their neighbours. The strongest impulse is to retain their language and cultural heritage. Chukie was born in Nepal and raised in a musical family. After studying at the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA), Dharmsala for 11 years she became an acclaimed solo singer but decided to run a restaurant in Nepal and in Holland Read More..

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You are invited Every Sunday 5 pm for the Baba Bulleh Shah Study Circle at:

18-A, Ring Road, F.Fl, opp Haldiram's, next to ICICI Bank.
 

Call Shumita Didi 9811050712 for details

 

 

How Clear is Your Vision?


One of my Coaches reminded me "the more random your vision is, the more random your day will be," meaning that if I don't have a clear plan for my day, I'll spend a lot of time doing miscellaneous things or wasting time, neither of which will most likely help me accomplish my goals.

What about you? Do you have a clear vision about where you're going in your career, and a clear plan on how to get there?
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Indian Cinema in the Time of Celluloid

From Bollywood to the Emergency
By: Ashish Rajadhyaksha
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Illustrated talk "Making of Husain's Art' by renowned film maker K.Bikram Singh. Shri Ashok Vajpeyi, Chairman, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi has consented to be in the Chair.

 On 13th September, 2009, 7.00 P.M. at 'Gulmohar', Habitat World at India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003

 

 

 

 

 

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