Embassy of Venezuela presented an evening of music with the Venezuelan choral group `Gaudeamus' at the India Habitat Centre this past Sunday.
Kat Katha presented a puppet show titled `Almost Twelfth Night' at the Habitat this past week.
Guru Jayashankar Menon and his senior disciples presented a choreography in Bharatnatyam titled `Narayaneeyam' based on Lord Krishna's life. India International Rural Cultural Centre presented Odissi dance by Kavita Dwibedi, Kathak by Vandana Kaul and Manipuri by H. Vijayantimala Devi. Another Odissi dance performance was by Rahul Acharya from Bhubaneswar. The recital was at the IIC.
Collegiate Drama Society presented Ravi Taneja's play `The College Will Remain Closed Tomorrow', while A Class Apart Production mounted `Allah Ke Naam Pe Dede', with a repeat show at the Habitat Centre. And the Miranda House Dramatics Society presented an adaptation of Lorca's `The House of Bernada Alba', directed by Sohaila Kapur.
Paintings By Tribals
An exhibition of paintings by Gond and Bhil tribals (oldest tribe of the world) was held at Lokayata Gdallery in Hauz Khas Village. The exhibition was mounted with a view to help create awareness and popularise tribal art which in turn will protect age-old culture and help the tribal artists to practice their own language of Art. The exhibition was a joint effort by Lokayata and Reflection of Another Day. It was inaugurated by Lakshmi Narain Modi of Animal Rights International. Students from J.D. Insitute of Fashion Technology were also present.
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