Fri09Jan2015Sat17Jan201511 am to 8:00 pmPragati Maidan, New Delhi
The Delhi World Book Fair 2016 is an annual upcoming event to be held in Pragati Maidan. In the present era of e-commerce, one doesn’t need to visit a book store. However the sheer joy of flipping through a book and lucrative discounts (in that order) ensures that Book Fairs are not passe. It's always a fun sight at New Delhi World Book Fair to see shopping carts meant for groceries and provisions filled with books.
Sat01Aug201511:00 amThe Japan Foundation, New Delhi
The Embassy of Japan in India and The Japan Foundation, New Delhi takes immense pleasure in inviting you to the photo exhibition of ‘CLICK! JAPAN PHOTO CONTEST EXHIBITION 2015′.
Come enjoy the photos taken by people who visited Japan between June 2014 and June 2015, showcasing their most memorable moments and what inspired them.
Date : 1st ~ 31st August, 2015(closed on Sundays and Public Holidays)
Time : 11:00 ~ 19:00
Venue : The Japan Foundation, New Delhi
The winners for the ‘Best Photo’ will be chosen from the exhibition by the judging committee, by taking into account the number of votes at the venue (The Gallery, Japan Foundation, New Delhi) and the number of Facebook “Likes” (FB Page: Click Japan Photo Contest 2015) from 1st August to 10th August 2015.
Fri07Aug2015Sat15Aug201510:00 - 8:00 Dilli Haat - INA / Pitam Pura / Janak Puri along with Meghdoot Theatre and Garden of five senses
Bharat Parv organised by Delhi Tourism celebrates the diversity of Indian culture, food and dances.
Dilli Haat Janakpuri - Aug 7-15, Dilli Haat Pitampura - Aug 8-12,
Meghdoot Theatre, - Aug 10-14
Garden of Five Senses - Aug 11-15.
What: Culinary Festival
When: August 7-15, 2015
Where: Dilli Haat - INA / Pitam Pura / Janak Puri along with Meghdoot Theatre and Garden of five senses
Mon24Aug20157:00 pmStein Auditorium, Indian Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi
Saurang Parampara Music society
Tabla Academy of Ajrada Gharana
‘A Tribute to my Gurus’
Ustad Siddique Ahmed khan, Guru Satish Kumar and Ustad Shamshuddin Faridi Desai.
Fateh Ali Khan, being the 1st Sitar player in his family of famous Sarangi players of Moradabad Gharana, he has been doing various Contemporary and Indian Classical music albums.
Get a chance to witness a spellbound performance by two young exponents Fateh Ali Khan (Sitar- Solo) and Mahua Shankar (Kathak -Solo) Featuring along with great eminent Artists: Ustad Akram Khan (Tabla), Murad Ali Khan (Sarangi), Imran Khan (Vocal), Nupur Shankar (Padhant) and Amaan Ali Khan (Tabla).
Be the part of IBTEEDA and show your tribute to the legend gurus.
Tue25Aug20157:00 pmIndia Habitat Center, Lodhi Road
Festival of Indian Classical Dance- Saare Jahan Se Accha 2015. Sri Geet Govindam- dance drama by Utsav. Kuchipudi recital by Shallu Jindal, Odissi by Shibani Patnaik, Bharatnatyam by Pratibha Prahlad. Collab: Utsav- Ranjana's Odissi Dance Academy
Sat29Aug2015Sun06Sep201510.00 am to 8.00 pm daily (Entry to the Fair will close at 7.30PM)Hall Nos. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
Promoting literacy and reading habit that is on decline, Delhi Book Fair present a vast range of books on myriad subjects from India and overseas. This fair provides a platform for B2B transactions, networking, entering into co- publishing facilities, translations and copyright arrangements along with reprinting of rare books to the visitors of the fair.
For more event details visit http://www.delhibookfair.in/
Fri11Sep2015Wed16Sep20156:30 pmThe Japan Foundation, New Delhi
Director Yasujiro Ozu brings the works of Satomi Ton to the Big Screen
Duration: 118 Minutes
Short Synopsis: Hirayama is a business executive and a family man. When his close friend’s daughter decides to live in with her lover without the family’s consent, he acts as a sympathetic ear for her. However, when it comes to his own daughter’s sudden request to marry a young man, he disapproves and refuses to attend the wedding ceremony despite pleas from everyone. Will he realise his hypocrisy and mistake and finally accept his daughter’s decision? This was the first ever colour film directed by Ozu.
Entry is Free
Mon21Sep2015Sat26Sep201521st September at 18:30 pm and 26th September at 14:00 pmThe Japan Foundation, New Delhi
Director: Yasujiro OZU
Duration: 128 Minutes
Short Synopsis: At the gathering to commemorate the seventh death anniversary of their old friend, Miwa, three friends, Mamiya, Taguchi and Hirayama discuss about finding a nice husband for Miwa's daughter, Ayako, who lives with her widowed mother in an apartment. However, Ayako is less than enthusiastic about this matchmaking as she is reluctant to leave her mother alone. Will the match making schemes of the three friends succeed?
Entry is free
Sat03Oct2015Sat10Oct2015Okhla Phase 2, New Delhi, India
Contemporary Arts Week is a first of its kind multi–venue broad spectrum arts week in India showcasing dance, music, photography, theatre, short films, puppetry, clowning, improv theatre and spoken word.
Arts is a way of life. We create a platform which caters for all audiences, artists and all arts. We aim to remind everyone of their creative intelligence within. We put forward established and emerging artists accessible to people during the Contemporary Arts Week and remind them of those basic joys of life.
Leave the hustle and bustle behind and remember that, the only journey is the one within.
Entry from Vinay Marg
For more details visit http://www.yesfoa.org/
Mon05Oct20156:30 pmThe Attic at Connaught Place, Regal building, New Delhi
Unfreedom is an urgent contemporary thriller about a society torn apart by political, religious, and sexual turmoil. Shifting between New York and New Delhi, the film juxtaposes two powerful and unflinching stories about religious fundamentalism and intolerance, one of which follows a Muslim terrorist attempting to silence a liberal Muslim scholar, while the other is about a young woman who defies her devout father and escapes an arranged marriage because she is secretly embroiled in a taboo lesbian romance.
The film stars BAFTA nominee Victor Banerjee and Life of Pi Movie's Adil Hussain. Cinematography is by National award winner Hari Nair and sound design is by Oscar winner Resul Pookutty.
Entry is free
Sat10Oct2015Thu15Oct201510th October at 14:00 and 15th October at 18:30The Japan Foundation, New Delhi
Director: Shue MATSUBAYASHI
Duration: 90 Minutes
Short Synopsis: University professor Keisuke is a widower raising an 8 month-old baby by himself with the help of a maid. One day, due to unavoidable circumstances, the baby ends up being taken care of by a young girl, Michiyo, who is initially mistaken for a kidnapper but ends up becoming a regular babysitter. Keisuke also has a woman friend who, unknown to him, likes him. Will Michiyo and the baby succeed in their “match-making” efforts?
Photo Credit- ©1963 Toho / Colour
Entry is Free
Sat10Oct2015Sun11Oct20154:00 pmVasant Vihar, New Delhi
Hosted by Shamiana- The Short Film Club
SHAMIANA has a specially curated line-up waiting for you at one of Delhi's most exciting cultural event this October!
These are short films you've never seen before,so pop over to ticket page and block your seats.
Diretor: Hardik Mehta
Duration :20 min
Set in Mumbai, the film revolves around the trials and tribulations of a young couple after the guy undergoes circumcision.
CITIES OF SLEEP (Excerpt)
Director: Shaunak Sen
An exclusive sneak-peek of the much awaited documentary.
The documetary closely examines the 'sleep-mafia' of Delhi
Director: PETER BAUMANN
Duration: 15 min
A Student Oscar winning short film from Austria.This film is screened in collberation with Dharamshala International Film Festival.
A mix of shorts for sure-shot entertainment!
Wed14Oct2015Mon09Nov201510:00 am to 6:00 pmThe Japan Foundation, New Delhi
The Japan Foundation, New Delhi supports photo exhibition by National Institute of Design – “TALES & FABLES from India & Japan: Animation, Film & Photography”.
The exhibition is ‘Delhi Photo Festival 2015’ Partner Gallery program.
This travelling exhibition consists of selected works by 18 emerging and mid-career Indian & Japanese artists working in media arts and is intended to function as an anthology of tales and contemporary approaches in storytelling from the two countries.
This exhibition will also travel to Japan later.
Photo Credit : Saigo-no-Shudan ‘The-Blown-Town-in-Tea’
Fri16Oct2015Sun18Oct2015Dilli Haat Pitampura, New Delhi
The ‘Show’ provides a wonderful occasion to the people of Delhi to enjoy 3 days of Shopping Dhamaal along with most unique entertainment programs, shopping bonanza with mouth watering food for the whole family. The Show will have most trendy life & style stalls along with exquisite lifestyle products and above all it will be a Karvachauth & Diwali Special.
Main Highlights of the Festival:
- Shopping Bonanza
- Unique life & style products
- Cultural Programs & Dandiya Masti
- Art & Craft Workshop
- Drawing Competition
- Camel rides / Mascots
- Lucky Draw for Visitors
- Mouth Watering Food
Fri16Oct20156:30 pmThe Japan Foundation, New Delhi
Come and meet,
Akira Konomi (Cosplayer) – A Renowned Cosplayer who has represented Japan at the World Cosplay Summit.
Yumi Inoue (Singer of Anime Songs) – An anime singer from Hokkaido who also organizes events for singing anime songs.
Gekitora (Otagei Dancer) – Representative of Genecre (NPO) and a supporter of all Japanese creators’ activities who pursues the expansion of dance activities with the use of IT.
This event will be an eye-opener into the professional world of Anime, Cosplay and Dance.
Even if you are not an anime fan, you can come and see their unique insight into this fascinating world and enjoy their performances!
They will also be performing at ‘Animatsuri Bangalore’ at Video Game Fest in Bangalore from 10-11 Oct, ‘Animatsuri Night Mumbai’ at Crossword on 12 Oct and ‘Animatsuri Delhi’ at IIT from 17 -19 Oct.
Check more information at link: https://www.facebook.com/AnimatsuriIndia
Entry is Free
Fri16Oct2015Sun18Oct20157 pm to 10 pmShipra Mall, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad
Celbrating the auspicious occasion of Navratra. Welcome everyone for an exciting 3-Day cultural extravaganza symbolizing the purest form of Indian culture through Garba Dance and Dandiya Raas. The evening extravaganza will also have variety of Live performances, dance performance, Live DJ, Games, Kid's Dandiya, Dandiya competition and singing competition amongst other activities.
The interested participants for Singing and Dandiya competition will have to register prior to the event. The winner will be awarded, alongwith two runner ups for each of these competitions. The details of the event is as follows:
Sat17Oct2015Sun18Oct201511:00 AM to 09:00 PM - Curated display & sale of products and 06:30 PM to 09:00 PM - Musical PerformancesJonapur (Chattarpur), Mandi Road, New Delhi
Celebrating the traditional Haveli lifestyle, where the heart of the Haveli was the courtyard, the two-day immersive festival brings together designers, artists, painters and photographers. Lounge and relax with Middle Eastern food, wine and cocktails on the terrace café. And as the sun sets the Haveli courtyard is transformed into a Baithak with live musical performances by the Roohani Sisters with their Sufi Jugalbundi on Oct 17th, and Indian Classical fusion with the Raagleela Band on Oct 18th.
Open for all. No entry fee.
For more details https://www.facebook.com/events/1634813746808286/
Fri23Oct2015Sun25Oct2015Ambience Lawns, Gurgaon
Experience Delhi's best restaurants showcasing their signature delicacies over some music, and live performances to keep you entertained, The Grub Fest is generating a lot of excitement among foodies of Delhi NCR and has become one of the premier food festivals in India. Enjoy the aromas, try various cuisines, shop for unique gourmet products, indulge your sweet tooth in exotic desserts and learn hidden food secrets right from the most celebrated chefs.
For more details visit http://www.thegrubfest.com/
Fri23Oct2015Mon02Nov2015Nature Bazaar Kisan Haat, Andheria Modh, New Delhi
The second edition of the much awaited Festival of Lights started with a bang. With over a hundred participating groups and an assortment of crafts from across the country this bazaar is the perfect hub for all those looking for a mix of culture, crafts and cuisines. Indulge in a variety of textiles, jewellery, home furnishing products, decoratives and more.
For more details visit http://www.dastkar.org/
Fri23Oct2015Sun25Oct201511 am to 8:00 pmEpicentre, At Apparel House, Gurgaon
Epicentre, Gurgaon brings to you the much awaited Diwali Bonanza once again. This year, the Mela brings lot more exciting entertaining shows and fun. A variety of stalls displaying apparels, jewelry,gift items, accessories,diyas, candles, to name a few ; stalls of 50 artisans from all over India and a Food Court for you to indulge in!
Fri23Oct2015Sun25Oct201523 October at 12:00 am and 25 October at 11:00 amCITYWALK, New Delhi
Asian hawker-style culture and energy comes to Select Citywalk, Delhi this October with the Asian Hawkers Market – a unique, one of its kind al fresco food festival bring the best of Chinese, Japanese, Thai and South-East Asian cuisines under one roof. The three day fiesta promises to be a visceral trip with the sights, sounds, smells, tastes and experiences that could easily be mistaken for the streets of a busy south-east Asian market.
Sat24Oct2015Sat31Oct20156:30 pmNehru Place, Chanakyapuri
Delhi International Arts Festival is organized by Prasiddha Foundation and Forum For Art Beyond Borders. Delhi International Arts Festival is positioned as India’s Signature Festival and has placed India on an International cultural map. It attracts artists, writers, connoisseurs and tourists from all over the world and serve as a significant platform for cultural diplomacy. Cutting across geographical barriers and looking beyond cultural stereotypes, Delhi International Arts Festival (DIAF) is a rare bouquet of all forms of art including literature that unifies the globe into one aesthetic. The festival is not just the capital’s but the entire nation’s first such arts initiative.
For more details visit http://www.diaf.in/
Wed28Oct201511 am to 8:00 pmSai Ground, Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
Diwali Mela is a small package of our diverse culture. The Mela keeps in store various gifts like packed assorted chocolates and much more to enhance the sweetness of festival. Products made specially to decorate your house this festive season and to make your favourite festival all the more beautiful for you.
Sun01Nov2015Sun08Nov2015IGNCA, India Gate, New Delhi
Rastriya Sanskriti Mahotsav as it is named, is the National Cultural Festival of India, conceptualized by the Ministry of Culture , Government of India to celebrate spirit of Tradition, Culture, Heritage and Diversity of our incredible country . With a broader objective to preserve, promote & popularise the heritage of Indian Spirit , reconnect the new generation with our culture and showcase to the country and the world our soft power of unity in diversity.
This festival is playing the role of representing each and every dimensions of our culture tradition and showcasing it to the country and its people and feel proud about being Indian.
For more details visit http://www.ncfindia2015.in/programme-schedule.htm
Sun01Nov201512:00 am to 9:00 pmPSOI Club, Nehru Park, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
This Diwali, TheleWala brings ZAIKA-e-DILLI - A festival celebrating best street foods from different parts of delhi.
Famous vendors with generations of experience will come up with their best dishes to cater you. The places you always wanted to visit, the street food you always heard of, is now at one location.
Be a part of this delicious celebration with your friends and family and get lost into aroma of special dishes from chandni chowk, lajpat nagar, south campus, karol bagh and many more.
Mon02Nov2015Sun08Nov201510:30 am to 8:00 pmLal Bahadur Shastri Marg, New Delhi
Blind Relief Association’s Diwali Mela is perhaps the most popular Diwali do in Delhi. The pre-winter pleasant weather that Delhi is experiencing is adding cheer to the event. The goods on sale comprise clothes, ornaments, home décor and Diwali specific stuff like designer diyas, hanging lights, candle stands and Subh Diwali danglers etc.
For the convenience of the visitors the Association has arranged free park and ride service. FREE PARKING FACILITY will be provided at the Sunheri Pullah Cluster Bus Depot, Lodi Road (near JLN Stadium Metro Station) .FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE will be available between Free Parking Facility and the Blind Relief Association.
For more details go to http://www.blindrelief.org/
Fri06Nov20156:00 pmOxford Bookstore, Connaught Place, New Delhi
Oxford Bookstore in association with The Japan Foundation New Delhi, celebrates the publication of all four parts of Japanese Manga Comic - ‘Anguliyon ka Orchestra’. The original comic books ‘Waga Yubi no Orchestra’ in Japanese were written by Osamu Yamamoto and are translated in Hindi by Ms. Tomoko Kikuchi.
The launch will observe talk event with Ms. Tomoko Kikuchi, Mr. Arun Maheshwari ( MD, Vani Prashan), Dr.Surinder Randhawa (Senior Consultant of Deaf Education) and Mr. Kaoru Miyamoto (Director-General, The Japan Foundation)
Entry is free
Mon09Nov20152:30 pmThe Japan Foundation, New Delhi
The Japanese director Mr. Tetsuichiro Tsuta is invited at Dharamshala International Film Festival (DIFF), in collaboration with The Japan Foundation New Delhi. His debut film – ‘The Tale of IYA’ has been chosen, to be screened at DIFF.
Short Synopsis: An outsider from Tokyo arrives in Iya, a place where the riches of nature abound. The young man, named Kudo, plans to live a new, self-sufficient existence. He is exhausted with city life, and believes that this beautiful land can give him some rest. But reality is not as easy as he thought. A conflict is underway between a local construction company and a group of nature conservationists. One day, Kudo meets Grandpa and a girl, Haruna, who live deep in the heart of the mountains, far from any other human inhabitant. Their modest and humble life passes slowly, seeming eternal, as if time had stopped.
Entry is Free
Fri13Nov2015Sun15Nov2015Surajkund, New Delhi NCR
So here we come with another version of BuddyDaddy Family Bash. Have a sneak peak of what actually gonna happen and what your family is going to experience. This is real family fun. Come Join us and have a blast of lifetime.
For more details visit http://www.BuddyDaddy.com/
Sat14Nov2015Fri27Nov2015Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
The Trade Fair had its usual displays of state pavilions; household and consumer items, handloom and handicrafts, stalls by various government departments, armed forces, engineering etc. The theme this year is “Make in India”, our Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s recent war cry.
Thu19Nov2015Nehru Park, New Delhi
An Indian Ocean Concert for World Toilet Day with a performance by stand up comedian VikramJit Singh
Thu19Nov2015Fri20Nov20157:00 pmEpicentre, Gurgaon
Performing: Bahauddin Dagar
Somjit Das Gupta
Mon23Nov2015Sun29Nov2015IGNCA, New Delhi
The centre under its ongoing programme Living Traditions of Ramkatha and Mahabharata is organizing a seven day International Conference on Ramlila and Ramkatha manchan under the theme Epic Processes: Mobility, Patronage and Aesthetics.
Tue24Nov20157:00 pmShri Ram Centre, New Delhi
We are pleased to invite you to ‘Fold to Unfold 2015 ~Illusion-Chaotic Harmony.
It will be a 60 minute performance, incorporating origami art, dance, music and light design.
The ensemble features a medley of artists from Japan, India and Wales. They are (in no particular order) - Yuko Harada, Kenta Shibasaki, Ragini Bhajanka, Suchet Malhotra, Suhail Yusuf Khan, Phil Williams, Gyandev Singh, Rachnika Goyal, and Himanshu Kohli.
Entry is free
Fri27Nov2015Sun29Nov201511 am to 8:00 pmNehru Park, Chanakyapuri Vinay Marg, Ramnagar, New Delhi
Delhi Palate Fest is back for 3 days of awesome food and entertainment in Nehru Park! More than 100 outlets, celebrity Chefs workshops hosted by Rakhee Vaswani, Ranveer Brar, Vicky Ratnani, Kunal Kapur and many more! Live music with Euphoria, Menwhopause, Bhuvan Bam.
Entry is Free
Fri04Dec2015Sun06Dec2015DLF CyberHub, Gurgaon
GIFLIF (Gurgaon International Film and Literature Festival) is first of its kind festival to help "film-makers" and "litterateurs" come together.
Free registration at http://giflif.in/index.php
Fri04Dec2015Sun06Dec2015Leisure Valley Park, Gurgaon
A “Food Lovers Paradise” The Gourmet High Street is an occasion to celebrate food! A perfect spot to sample and purchase the biggest and absolute luscious selection of food, wine and other spirits, all in one place. Be a part of this recreation of a food-lovers’ paradise for three days in a luxurious and relaxed setting. Give yourself a culinary weekend break this December!
Sat05Dec2015Thu10Dec2015Connaught Place, New Delhi
4th Edition of Delhi International film Festival organised by The Social Circle in association with NDMC & Delhi Tourism.
As our constant endeavor to promote and motivate women in the field of Art &Culture ,we honour them on international & national platforms for excellence
In their fields .
Wed09Dec2015Sat12Dec20157:00 pmHungarian Cultural Centre, 1A Janpath
Bring in the festive season with Delhi's very own, the Capital City Minstrels. Now in our 22nd year, we return with our annual Christmas Concerts on Dec 9 (Hungarian Centre), Dec 11 (Cathedral Church of the Redemption), and Dec 12 ( Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre) . Tickets will be available at the Programme Desk.
Entry is Free
For more details visit http://www.capitalcityminstrels.com/
Fri11Dec2015Sun13Dec20151:00 pmJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi
We are happy to announce that this year Street Food Festival would take place in Delhi from 11 to 13 December 2015. The festival would witness a large number of food lovers thronging to the venue to savour delight of street foods from down south to up northern states and from far north east to central west provinces.
Sun13Dec2015Garden of Five Senses, Saket
The first pet convention in India held at Delhi Haat INA. The pet convention had fun events such as a fashion show, “Pupcake Baking contest” (baking for pets), puppy therapy stall and even an adoption camp. The fair brought together makers of dog food, dog dresses, pet shampoos and other supplies for pets and pet owners.
For more details visit http://www.petfed.org/
Sat19Dec2015Sun20Dec2015JLN Stadium, New Delhi
The Krackerjack Karnival is Delhis First and foremost Mega Expo cum Festival catering purely to children and their needs. This two-day, fun-filled children’s festival is packed with fantastic exhibits, interactive activities, entertainment, and the latest products & services for children. From the 19th–20th of December, the Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium in Delhi will transform into a wonderland of nonstop fun for our young ones.
For more details visit http://www.krackerjackkarnival.com/
Sun20Dec20156 PM OnwardsTriveni Kala Sangam, Tansen Marg, New Delhi. (Near Mandi House Metro Station)
Budding dance talent Agrini will perform her Arangetram upon the blessings of her Guru Smt Usha Rao, a renowned Bharatnatyam dancer and trainer.
About the Guru: Born in a family that values art, culture and education, Mrs Rao began her journey of mastering Bharatnatyam at the age of 7 under the tutelage of Pandanallur doyen Chinnayya Pillai. Later she was groomed under the guidance of Shanmugha Sundaram Pillai, Kutraalam Ganeshan Pillai, Mylapore Gouri Ammal and Malathi Srinivasan at Kalakshetra. In 1983, she started her dance school, Nrithya Abhinaya, which currently has over 150 disciples spread over 5 different locations in West Delhi. In recognition of her contribution to the field of fine arts, Guru Smt Usha Rao was conferred with the National Award for Excellence in Bharatnatyam in 2006 and 2014.
Mon21Dec2015Sun27Dec2015Sirifort Auditorium, New Delhi
SIFFCY: 'Smile International Film Festival for Children & Youth' is an annual films festival, a special film platform devoted to a greater appreciation of world cinema which can bring change in the society by showcasing films with substance, supporting emerging filmmakers, recognizing the pioneers and leaders of the entertainment industry, business executives, and by promoting the diverse perspectives of World Cinema. The festival will present features, shorts, live action and animation films over one week, with a projected attendance of more than one hundred thousand children and hundreds of film professionals and eminent guests from around the world.
For more details visit http://siffcy.org/
Sun03Jan2016Wed06Jan2016Nine Schools of Art, Shahpur Jat, New Delhi
"Chhota sa Aasmaan", Winter Groves 2016 is a winter festival for children with puppetry at Nine Schools of Art, 3, 4, 5, 6 January 2016.
Welcome to fun and learning though puppetry.
Fri08Jan2016Sun10Jan20162:00 pm to 8:00 pmDilli Hart, Opposite INA Market
The Delhi Literature Festival 2016 is all set to bring together winters, intellectuals, artists, politicians and readers who open up new world. Watch out for the panel discussions, book readings, book launches, workshop, performers, speaker events, poetary, theatre and cinema.
Sat09Jan2016Sun17Jan201611 am to 8:00 pmPragati Maidan, New Delhi
The Delhi World Book Fair 2016 is an annual upcoming event to be held in Pragati Maidan. In the present era of e-commerce, one doesn’t need to visit a book store. However the sheer joy of flipping through a book and lucrative discounts (in that order) ensures that Book Fairs are not passe. It's always a fun sight at New Delhi World Book Fair to see shopping carts meant for groceries and provisions filled with books.
Thu14Jan2016Sun17Jan2016National Stadium, New Delhi, India
India Art Festival, an interactive platform, features curated ‘Conversations’ a two-days educative seminar with a series of panel discussions offering expert perspectives on the subjects ranging from the contemporary art and the economy, art collection, exhibitions, to art galleries and infrastructure. The India Art Festival Conversations brings together an eminent set of participants from a range of sites, scenes and practices within the domain of contemporary art, including artists, gallerists, museum directors, critics, historians, institution-builders, cultural organizers, editors and publishers. The speakers present and discuss ideas, insights and prognostications drawn from their rich experience.
For more details visit http://www.indiaartfestival.com/
Thu21Jan2016Mon25Jan2016Diggi Palace, Jaipur
The world's largest free literary festival returns to Jaipur on 21-25 January 2016.
Dubbed the 'greatest literary show on Earth', the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival is the world’s largest free literary festival and brings together some of the greatest thinkers and writers from across the globe.
For more details visit https://jaipurliteraturefestival.org/
Sat23Jan2016Sun24Jan2016Dilli Haat, Pitampura, New Delhi
This Winters, Great Indian FOOD Festival, celebrating best street foods from different parts of delhi.
Famous vendors with generations of experience will come up with their best dishes to cater you. The places you always wanted to visit, the street food you always heard of, is now at one location.
Be a part of this delicious celebration with your friends and family and get lost into aroma of special dishes from chandni chowk, lajpat nagar, south campus, karol bagh and many more.
Tue26Jan2016Sun31Jan201612:00 - 9:00 PMRed Fort
“Bharat Parv” event is being organized by the Government of India at the Red Fort, Delhi from 26th to 29th January 2016, as part of the Republic Day Celebrations. The prime objective of organizing the event is to generate a patriotic mood, promote the rich cultural diversity of the country and to ensure wider participation of the general public.
Thu28Jan2016Sun31Jan2016NSIC Grounds, New Delhi
India Art Fair is South Asia’s leading platform for modern and contemporary art and portal to the region’s cultural landscape. Founded in 2008, India Art Fair has become the bedrock of a now booming cultural community with connections to every level of the market.
Building on these foundations, India Art Fair is expanding its programming to reflect South Asia’s immense diversity in the visual arts and to provide a platform for innovation across disciplines and exchange, throughout the region and the world.
For more details visit http://www.indiaartfair.in/
Surajkund International Crafts Mela was an event that managed to pull craft enthusiasts as well as the general public. The festive mood of this fair can’t but uplift the spirit of the visitor.
For more details visit http://www.haryanatourism.gov.in/showpage.aspx?contentid=5153
Mon01Feb2016Sat20Feb2016National School of Drama
Bharat Rang Mahotsav was established a decade ago by the National School of Drama to stimulate the growth and development of theatre across the country. Originally a national festival showcasing the work of the most creative theatre workers in India, it has evolved to international scope, hosting theatre companies from around the world, and is now the largest theatre festival of Asia. The 17th Mahotsav will include several national and international performances, and various associated events in a wrap-around program.
Thu04Feb2016Sun07Feb20164:00 pmPragati Maidan, New Delhi
Fri05Feb2016Sun07Feb201612PM to 10PM Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Lodhi Road
Come celebrate the perfect blend of entertainment, food and design.
The Gig Carnival will showcase a kaleidoscope of pan-Indian sounds with approximately 30 performing acts from across the nation catering to every kind of sound from Jazz & Blues to Ska, EDM, Electronica, Hindi Rock, Sufi and everything in between.
For more details visit http://the-gig.in
Tue09Feb2016Sun14Feb2016Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road, Ghitorni, New Delhi
Sufism is a spiritual path that has served humanity for many centuries in the East and the Middle East. It is also a living tradition, taking new forms even in the West, but remaining true to its essence.
Our Sufi festival will be guided by two internationally respected American Sufi teachers: Shabda Kahn is the Pir of the Sufi Ruhaniat International, a Western born Sufi lineage with roots in the Chishti tradition. Shaikh Kabir Helminski represents the Mevlevi tradition of Jalaluddin Rumi rooted in Turkey.
For more details visit http://lp.zorbathebuddha.org/sufifestival
Fri12Feb2016Sun14Feb2016PSOI Club, Nehru Park
The New Delhi Palate MINI was organised at PSOI Cub, Nehru Park, Chanakyapuri. The event comprised of stalls by almost all big names in the hospitality industry. The visitors were terribly spoilt for choice in terms of quality and variety of food. The program was peppered with sessions by celebrity chefs and music by live bands. The turnout was stupendous and the Traffic Police had a trying time in handling the cars in that area. The Festival establishes that Delhi is still unarguably the food capital of the country.
Fri12Feb2016Sun20Mar20169.30 am to 4.00 pmRastrapati Bhawan, Raisina Hills
For many a Delhiites a trip to Mughal Garden is a ritual they perform every year. Mughal Garden is a breathtakingly beautiful and well maintained garden at the residence of First Citizen of India. It’s a huge hit with families and kids. Mughal Garden has 100s of varities of flowers, world class architecture, fountains, a botanical, spiritual and herbal garden. This year Rastrapati Bhawan opened gates to Mughal Garden on 12th February for public.
Fri19Feb2016Sun21Feb201611.00 am to 8.00 pmGarden of Five Senses, New Delhi
Delhi Tourism organizes this festival to celebrate the flowers in bloom every year. Come and enjoy the season at its best at one of the most beautiful garden of Delhi.
Picture coutesy: Delhi Tourism (http://www.delhitourism.gov.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/garden_festival.jsp)
Sun28Feb201612 pm to 9 pmPSOI Club, Nehru Park
GoBuzzinga’s Maggi Fest #MaggiTujheSalaam. Celebrate the joy of Maggi Happiness at Maggi Festival. This is a tribute and celebration of our favourite snack like you’ve never seen before!! We’re bringing together the best and craziest Maggi combinations from all over Delhi NCR.
Thu03Mar2016Sat12Mar2016The Japan Foundation, New Delhi
Enjoy the screening of Japanese Films at The Japan Foundation office.
(1) Title of the Film : Night Train to the Stars
An inspiring film about the life of Japan's most beloved fantasy novelist, who was practically unknown in his lifetime.
(2) Title of the Film : Misty Kid of Wind
This beautiful film based on on the story Misty Kid of the Wind by the poet and novelist Kenji Miyazawa.
Fri04Mar2016Sun06Mar2016Talkatora Stadium, New Delhi
The Coalition brings together the entire creative community to collaborate, innovate and fuel the next wave of creative ventures.The Coalition gets young creative thinkers together with the people, skills and money that can turn their passion into business – and connects them to the resources that can help creative businesses grow.
For more details visit http://thecoalition.in/
Celebrating excellence in theatre and stage craft, the Mahindra Group proudly presents the eleventh edition of the Mahindra Excellence in Theatre Awards (META) to be held in March 2016. Recognizing and rewarding all aspects of theatre production and stage craft, META is one of the Indian theatre industry’s premier awards.
For more details visit http://metawards.com/
Sat05Mar20162:00 pm to 6:30 pmThe Japan Foundation, New Delhi
The Japan Foundation, New Delhi, cordially invites all the anime-manga fans to get to learn about how to make mind-blowing cosplays, how to become visually similar to your favorite anime characters and how to learn the Japanese language spoken in Anime.
Sat05Mar20169:00 amThe Den, Ghitorni
In the hustle and bustle of daily life, how about a day where you actually care for your body? Say hello to The Fit Fest, a full day to celebrate fitness, health and being awesome! So come on by to The Den for a Yoga session, some Crush Dance or Bodycombat or a session of Mixed Martial Arts. Oh wait, there's so much more including 6-a-side Football, a Live MMA Fight, a Golf Simulator, Fitness Trackers, Healthy Food and Desserts, Cold-pressed Juices, Refreshing Teas, a Mini-obstacle Course, FIFA PS4 Gaming, Health Checkups, Cycle Display, Health Chats and much more! So do your body a favour and block the date.
The World Culture Festival 2016 is a celebration of The Art of Living’s 35 years of service to humanity. The festival will bring together people from different cultures, nations and faiths as a one world family in a resounding message of peace.
For more details visit http://www.artofliving.org/in-en/world-culture-festival
Fri11Mar20166:00 pm to 8:30 pmThe Japan Foundation, New Delhi
Internationally acclaimed Japanese photographer, Naoya Hatakeyama is from Tohoku (Eastern) region of Japan, one of the affected areas of 2011 Earthquake. He was recently invited to the Delhi Photo Festival 2015 where his Talks were greatly appreciated.
Fri11Mar2016Sun13Mar20168:00 pmKamani Auditorium, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi
India’s foremost theatre production house, AGP World, brings to you the premier of the spine-chilling thriller "Barff”, directed by the highly acclaimed actor, director and screenwriter, Saurabh Shukla. Barff will be staged from 11th to 13th March 2016, at Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi and promises to keep you on the edge of your seat all through the evening.
Tue15Mar2016Sat19Mar20164:00 pmPragati Maidan, New Delhi
About Aahar Fair
This will cover two separate but concurrent exhibitions. “Hospitality India” covering Hotel & Restaurant Equipment and Supplies and “Food India” covering Foods, Processed Foods, Food Processing & Beverages.
Venue: Hall # 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 12 A, 14, 15 & 18 Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
Wed16Mar2016Thu31Mar2016Dilli Haat, INA
Dig into your favourite Bihari dishes and buy some Bhogalpuri silk apparels, Madhubani paintings, handloom bed sheets of Basman Bigha, siki products and more at Bihar Utsav to be hosted by Govt. of Bihar at Dilli Haat.
Fri18Mar2016Sun20Mar2016JLN Stadium, New Delhi
The Grub Fest is India's biggest food festival with the best restaurants displaying their signature delicacies over some good music and hearty performances to keep you entertained.
Featuring Chef Ranveer Brar and Vicky Ratnani
Sat19Mar20167:00 pmFICCI Auditorium, Mandi House, New Delhi
The Japan Foundation, New Delhi, in association with Dia Park Premier Hotel, invites you to a wonderful Jazz evening by one of the renowned Jazz groups in Japan, "Fonte".
Tue29Mar2016Thu31Mar20167:00 pmShri Ram Centre for Performing Arts, New Delhi
Teamwork Arts in partnership with Ministry of Culture , Indian Council for Cultural Relations , British Council and Pro Helvetia will present a three day festival of Contemporary Dance titled Expressions, from March 29 – March 31 at Shree Ram Centre for Performing Arts. The first edition of the festival showcasing contemporary dance forms from India and around the world will juxtapose Indian and International Contemporary dance and open up dialogue and collaboration between the two cultures.
Entry is Free
Fri01Apr20167:00 pmEpicentre, Gurgaon
A unique feature of “Samvet” is that the five elements – Earth , Water , Wind , Fire & Space are depicted using five different genres of literature viz. ‘Sanskrit Shlokas’, ‘Traditional Bandish’, ‘Ghazal’, ‘Mantras & Taraana’ and ‘Contemporary Poetry’. The event will see the dancing skills of noted Kathak dancer, Rachana Yadav on the choreography by accomplished Kathak exponent Aditi Mangaldas while Ustad Samiullah Khan will be rendering his soulful musical composition.
Mon04Apr2016Tue05Apr20167:00 pmCopernicus Marg, Mandi House, Near Connaught Place, New Delhi
From the guys who brought you immensely successful plays like the psycho-thriller "Veronica's Room" and the morally ambiguous "The Goat or Who is Sylvia?", Verbum, The English Dramatics Society, Sri Venkateswara College brings you David Mamet's Speed-The-Plow.(more…)
Fri08Apr20165:00 - 7:00pmKamani Auditorium, New Delhi
It’s a date! A date with music you cannot refuse!!
When words fail, music speaks! Don’t miss a memorable musical evening with an award winning performance by AMAN BATHLA - The Piano King and World's Fastest Pianist on April 8, 2016 at Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi from 5-7 pm.
Fri08Apr20166:00pm & 8:30pm Epicentre, Gurgaon
For the love of theater, when talents merge...A play written by Mahesh Dattani, directed by Lillete Dubey, performed by Rajeshwari Sachdev, Zila Khan, Denzil Smith & many more..
Gauhar traces the story of one of India's first mass media superstars at the turn of the last century! An Armenian Christian who later converted to Islam, GauharJaan was a naturally gifted musician with a wide repertoire. One of the earliest women artists who seized the opportunity that came with the advent of recording technology, hers was the first Indian voice to be recorded in 1902, and during her life she cut close to 600 records, with her fame travelling as far as Europe, with her face emblazoned on matchboxes and postcards !(more…)
Sat09Apr20166:30 pmNehru Park
Women are told a lot of don’ts in the name of safety. These don’ts hold them back from living the life they want for themselves. What we wish to do here, is start conversations, so we can put our heads together as members of society and create viable solutions for the safety of women. Who knows? One day, we just might be able to create an environment where women don’t have to hear another don’t again.
Wed13Apr20166.00 to 7.30 pm The Attic, Delhi
Meditation in daily life: working with emotions” Guided meditation with Mingyur Rinpoche
This series: Meditation in daily life is a rare opportunity to explore the practice of meditation with Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche.
All are welcome to discover how to use the richness of our emotional life as the foundation for the journey to awakening and learn to bring emotions in to the path – as the basis for inner peace and equanimity, as a source of radiant compassion and brilliant wisdom.(more…)
Meet and greet your favourite characters at India’s biggest event dedicated to kids and families. Come and have a gala time at the 8th Krackerjack Karnival, Gurgaon this 15th - 17th April, 2016.
The Krackerjack Karnival provides the opportunity to evaluate at one time all the possibilities that the market has to offer.
For more details visit http://tinyurl.com/jh4ndyx
Fri15Apr20166:30 pmNDMC Convention Centre Auditorium, C.P, New Delhi
'TAPAS - The Academy of Performing Arts' presents "Pancharatnas - Natya" , a tribute to legendary gurus of classical dance including Birju Maharaj, Saroja Vaidanathan, Swapna Sundari, Rajkumar Singhajit Singh and Madhavi Mudhgal.
For more details visit http://tinyurl.com/h8ff7vx
Sat16Apr20166:45 pm to 8:30 pmBipin Chandra Pal Auditorium, Chittaranjan Park
MUSIC & DANCE (ENVIRONMENT) Sarvam Foundation (NGO) presents "Echoes of Empty Vessels" an evening of music & dance to raise awareness about Water Scarcity.
Sat23Apr20165 pm and 7:30 pm The Stein Auditorium , India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road
On the 400th death anniversary of the "Bard of Avon " William Shakespeare , India Habitat Centre presents the Delhi premiere of Do Deewane Sheher Mein, a theatrical adaptation of Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Tickets are available on programme desk and also on www.bookmyshow.com
Tue26Apr2016Sun08May2016Saket, New Delhi
A summer GURUKUL in the city to exercise your body, mind and soul”.
The celebrated trio, Raja, Radha and Kaushalya Reddy, passionate about Indian Classical Dance, Music and Art forms, is planning to share their passion with people from all walks of life through a Boot Camp hosted by their institution, Natya Taringini Performing Arts Centre.(more…)
Fri29Apr20167:00 pmStein Auditorium , India Habitat Centre
Dancer, choreographer, writer , promoter of crafts, environmentalist , woman of wit and beauty , Lt. Mrinalini Sarabhai's life was a celebration of life itself. In an evening of memories , her children and grandchildren, friends and colleagues pay a tribute to the legend.
Sat30Apr20165 pm and 7:30 pm Epicentre, Gurgaon
Legendary actor Tom Alter to perform in an interesting play called "Delhi-Ciously Chekov" at Epicentre, Gurgaon on 30th April, 2016 .
About the play :
The play is a luscious three-course meal starring legendary actor Tom Alter. All of Anton Chekhov's short stories are eternal and have a compelling plot and titillating dialogues. These three were by far the most juicy and salacious comedies written by Chekhov and Delhi being the most vivacious and intriguing city in India was obviously the only choice for the set up.
Sat30Apr20167:00 pmThe Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre
About the play
The story hinges around a present given by Fali, to his wife Mani, on the occasion of their wedding anniversary. Fali selects an Alsatian bitch as a present for his wife. Instead of a word of thanks with an affectionate kiss, poor Fali finds himself in a fix and faces the problem of disposing off the said gift.
Mon02May20167:00 pmKamani Auditorium, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi
Talented 16 year old Sanjana Jain, disciple of Drs Raja Radha Reddy and Kaushalya Reddy's Rangpravesam initiated into classical dance at a tender age of 9, Sanjana Jain has now blossomed into a full-fledged artist, ready to perform the Kuchipudi Rangapravesam at 7:00 pm on Monday, 2nd May, 2016 at Kamani Auditorium, 1, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi, 110001.(more…)
Thu05May20168:00 pmStein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
About the Concert
The Capital City Minstrels return this summer with "Can't Help Falling in Love" - a primarily pop music repertoire that is sure to resonate with an audience of all ages and have them clapping, foot-tapping, whooping and dancing! Spanning several decades and featuring some of the biggest hits, these are songs that are not just popular with music fans, but also include some of CCM's favourite songs over the years.(more…)
Fri06May2016Sun08May2016Epicentre Gurgaon and FICCI Delhi
About Ghanta Awards:
The Ghanta Awards (sometimes abbreviated as The Ghanta) is an award presented in recognition of the worst in film in Bollywood. The term Ghanta, which literally means bell, is used in its more irreverent forms. The awards themselves are a large golden bell that is typically used for idol worship.The ceremony, typically held around the same time as other popular Bollywood film awards, is hosted by stand-up comedians of repute (Neeti palta, radhika vaz , sanjay rajoura, manan desai) and is interspersed with sketches mocking the worst film of the year nominees. (more…)
Sat07May2016Sun15May2016India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Venue: India Habitat Centre
Habitat Film Festival, the Capital's showcase for the Best of Pan Indian Cinema is proud to present the best of Indian cinema once again. Putting spotlight on cinema from India that is beyond mainstream Bollywood, the Festival will showcase some of the best films of 2015-2016. (more…)
Sat07May20166:00 pmLTG Auditorium, Mandi House, Copernicus Marg, Connaught Place
The Refund is an unusual story of a student who is not a very good performer in his life, he could not get any employment and wherever he went the people told him that he is fit for nothing and nothing worth while he has learnt when he was studying.
Tue10May2016Fri13May201611:00 am to 8:00 pmIndia Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Exhibition "Master Strokes" a group show of paintings and sculptures.
According to ‘Sukracharya niti’, art is a way of refining and cleansing the innerself, helping in ‘nadi shuddhi’. Art at one point converges with the role of yoga, where both, make the impact subliminally.(more…)
Wed11May201612:00 pm Fun City, Third Floor, Ambience Mall, Gurgaon
Gurgaon is going to get more than its share of fun this summer! Fun City, the global leisure and entertainment division of Landmark Group, has revamped and is launching its all new Fun City at Ambience Mall, Gurgaon. Latest Bollywood child acting sensation, Harshali Malhotra of Bajrangi Bhaijaan fame will inaugurate the new look Fun City. The revamped Fun City at Gurgaon will have colourful aesthetics to add to its ‘fun’ quotient apart from a host of cool new rides and attractions for the first time in India. (more…)
Thu12May2016Sun22May201611 am to 7 pmIndia International Centre, New Delhi
This May, Delhi is set to witness the first-ever public unveiling of a maverick, anti-establishment painter and illustrator, 30 years after his death. Curated by well-known art scholar, Dr. Alka Pande, selected works of the artist, Brij Mohan Anand (1928-1986) will be on show at the India International Centre from May 12 to 22 2016.
Fri20May2016Sun22May20164:00 pmNCUI Auditorium, Delhi and Epicenter, Gurgaon
Old World Culture presents a play "Bhishmotsav", honouring legendary Indian writer , playwright and actor, Bhisham Sahni.
The play based on his short stories 'Oob', 'Sir Ka Sadka', 'Dholak', 'Yaadein' ,' Samadhi Bhai Ramsingh' , is a treat for theatre lovers, featuring the most brilliant actors Naseeruddin Shah, Ratna Pathak Shah, Seema Bhargava Pahwa, Manoj Pahwa, Heeba Shah, Mayank Pahwa , Rakesh Chaturvedi & Manukriti Pahwa.
Fri20May20166:30 pmMulti-Purpose Hall, India International Centre, New Delhi
Homi Jehangir Bhabha, who made his visionary and historic contribution to institution and nation building, is one of the leading figures of science in India. On the occasion of his birth centenary in 2009 , the Tata Insitute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) made a film on his life and achievements . The film traces his early life in Bombay, his student days in Cambridge, his scientific work, his return to India leading up to the establishment of TIFR and atomic energy establishment (now named after him ) . The narrative is mainly told by people who knew Bhabha well including M.G.K. Menon, B.V. Sreekantan, Govind Swarup , Obaid Siddiqui and others.(more…)
Tue31May20167:00 pmIndia Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Ujwal Nagar , Hindustani Classical Vocalist - Gifted with a sensational voice, Ujwal Nagar is a singer par excellence in his generation. He is receiving training in classical music from his mother, Guru Urmila Nagar, a renowned Kathak exponent and Akademi Awardee. He has also received intensive training from Late Ustad Bashir Ahmad Khan of Sikar and is also taking guidance from Pandit Somnath Mardur and Pandit Shriram Umdekar.(more…)
Wed01Jun20165:00 pmAuditorium, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, C.V. Mess, Janpath
Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) and Madhya Pradesh Council for Science and Technology, have prepared a comprehensive bilingual compendium of different aspects of the agriculture of the State, entitled, ‘Agricultural Atlas of Madhya Pradesh’.(more…)
Wed01Jun2016Sun05Jun20169:30 am to 5:30 pmZorba the Buddha, Gurgaon
Hurrayyy! It’s time for some summertime madness.. It’s time to celebrate the Zorba Kids Festival!
Let your child prosper in the universal principles of love, beauty and sensitivity. This five day happiness camp for children aged 5 to 12 years is designed to celebrate the uniqueness in each child. Amidst the rolling greens of Zorba, we will connect your child back to basics, to nature, to harmony.. there by awakening their spirit.(more…)
Fri03Jun20164:30 pmIGNCA Lecture Room, 11 Man Singh Road, New Delhi
The world's biggest religious structure is outside India, but does share an aesthetic and historical connect with our country. The sprawling Angkor Wat in Cambodia has its architecture hugely influenced by temple designs that flourished in Tamil Nadu a millennium ago.(more…)
Fri10Jun20165:30 pmIGNCA Auditorium, Media Centre, 3 Dr. R. P. Road, New Delhi
Yelhou Jagoi is re-enactment of creation also known as Lai-Haroba, a dance form of Manipur. The film highlights the celebration of romantic love of Lord Nongpok and Goddess Panthoibi.
Screening of: Yelhou Jagoi
Director: Shri Aribam Syam Sharma
Duration: 35 minutes
Open to all
Fri10Jun20166:30 pmThe Japan Foundation, New Delhi
Theme of the month: Life and Death
Director : Jun ICHIKAWA
Duration: 100 Minutes | English subtitles
Short Synopsis: A semi-documentary look at cancer and death; this film centers around four terminal cancer patients in a hospital, as they try to come to terms with their imminent mortality.(more…)
Fri17Jun20167:00 pmLok Kala Manch, 20, Lodhi Institutional Area, Lodi Road, New Delhi,
Written & Directed by : Rahul Thapliyal
Ragini’s innocence was stolen at a very young age.Tears fill her eyes nearly every time she thinks of her drastic step in past. Now she trusts no one. Not even herself. Her expressions and demeanor gets evident as she sits in the corner penning her life haunting experiences through a medium of a diary as she was drowned in hopelessness and despair.(more…)
Sat18Jun2016Mon20Jun201611am to 10 pmDilli Haat Pitampura, New Delhi
It gives us pleasure to inform you that the Annual Sharbat Mela is back and this time with newer, cooler concoctions. In order to beat the scorching heat, “Blue Moon Events & Exhibition” (bme Square) is organizing “ International Sharbat & Ayurveda Festival 2016” on 18th 19th & 20st June 2016 at Dilli Haat Pitampura, New Delhi.
Sat18Jun2016Mon27Jun20162:00 pm to 6:30 pmThe Japan Foundation, New Delhi
Date : 18th June at 14:00
27th June at 18:30
Director : Akira KUROSAWA
Duration: 143 Minutes | English subtitles
Short Synopsis: Seen as one of Akira Kurosawa’s best works, this film is about an aging bureaucrat, who one day discovers that he has terminal cancer.(more…)
Mon20Jun20169:00 pmHybrid, 54 Tolstoy Lane, Janpath, New Delhi
Standup Comedy Show
Featuing: Abijit Ganguly, Shaivam Lakhanpal, Kishore Dayani and Rajneesh Kapoor
Tue21Jun2016Thu30Jun201611a.m to 6.00 p.mExhibition Hall, Ground Floor, 11 Mansingh Road, New Delhi
The exhibition explores the rich and ancient visual cultural treasure in the form of sculpture, paintings, scrolls, illustrated manuscripts and books which explain the key aspects of yoga from micro- to macro- level. The visual imagery depicted in the art works displayed in the exhibition transverse the limitations of the space and time. The exhibition has been curated by Virender Bangroo.
Open to all
Tue21Jun20166:30 pmLawns outside MatiGhar, C. V. Mess, Janpath, New Delhi
A ballet, presenting yoga in dance will be presented by ‘Mudra’ a group of young performing artists.
Open to all
Tue21Jun20167.30 a.m to 8.30 a.m Lawns outside Matighar, C.V Mess, Janpath, New Delhi
Yoga Session with Dr. Alka Tyagi
Dr. Alka Tyagi will be leading a Yoga Session, open for all, at the IGNCA premises.
Thu23Jun20169:00 pmBuilding No-3, Local Shopping Complex, Greater Kailash, New Delhi
Featuing: Abijit Ganguly, Aakash Gupta, Prakhar Promod and Gaurav Gupta
Fri24Jun20165:30 pmIGNCA Auditorium, New Delhi
Director: Shri Sujit Chakraborty
Duration: 57 minutes
The film describes the various tribes of Nagaland and underlines the nuances of their lifestyle and belief system.
Open to all
Fri24Jun20167:00 pmAmaltas, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road
Dil Hi Toh Hai, An evening of Enchanting Music by Venkat Raman
About the artist
Venkatraman has been blessed with a voice that adapts to any song that he sings. He took to music with a passion from an early age and has given many live performances both in India and abroad.(more…)
Sun26Jun20167:30 pmNehru Place, New Delhi
Featuing: Maheep Singh, Manish Tyagi and Rajneesh Kapoor
Tue28Jun20169:00 pmN-91, 2nd Floor, Outer Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi
Featuing: Prakhar Promod, Jeeveshu Ahluwalia and Nishant Suri
Mon04Jul20169:00 pmHybrid, 54 Tolstoy Lane, Janpath, New Delhi
Standup Comedy Show
Featuing: Abijit Ganguly, Amit Sharma and Sundeep Sharma
Tue05Jul20169:00 pmBoombox Cafe, Gurgaon, Haryana
Standup Comedy Show
Featuing: Manish Tyagi(Host), Abijit Ganguly and Appurv Gupta
Fri08Jul201610:00 amIGNCA Lecture Room, 11 Man Singh Road, New Delhi
Lecture: Some Aspects of Vedic Traditions in Early Tamil Nadu by Dr. R Nagaswamy, Arts historian, Archaeologist, Epigraphist and former Founder-Director of the Tamil Nadu Archaeology Department.
Sat16Jul2016Tue19Jul201616 July at 5:30 and 19 July at 9:30Sirifort Auditorium, Khel Gaon Marg, New Delhi
As part of cultural exchange programme, Directorate of film festivals in collaboration with Iran Cultural House, New Delhi is organising an Iranian film festival in Sirifort Auditoirium 16-19 July 14 films will be screened during this Festival.(more…)
Sun17Jul20165.30 pm and 7:45 pmAir Force Auditorium, Delhi
Broken Images is a psychological thriller that rips the mask off a celebrity. The twenty-first century is the age of the electronic image. From every corner of our world, electronic images fling themselves at us, entertaining, educating, enticing & offering us a virtual world.(more…)
Mon18Jul20169:00 pmHybrid, 54 Tolstoy Lane, Janpath, New Delhi
Standup Comedy Show
Featuing: Abijit Ganguly, Shaurya Tyagi, Gaurav Kapoor and Manan Desai
Fri22Jul20165:00 pmIGNCA Auditorium, New Delhi
Director: ShriBappa Ray(more…)
Fri22Jul20165:00 pmIGNCA Auditorium, New Delhi
Director: Shri Himanshu Joshi(more…)
Wed27Jul2016IGNCA Auditorium, C.V. Mess, Janpath, New Delhi
The Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts has recorded 25 great masters of Hindustani Classical Music celebrating the contributions of the various gharanas or schools over centuries, reverberating the subcontinent’s unbroken lineages in music. (more…)Wed27Jul2016Thu28Jul20167:00 pmStein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre
Delhi: Promoting India's rich and diverse culture and performing traditions in its own unique style, Kalpataru Arts is set to bring the 2nd edition of Manthan Festival.(more…)Sat30Jul2016Sun31Jul2016Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi
Reginald Rose's Twelve Angry Jurors begins with an eighteen year old boy from a slum who is on trial for the murder of his abusive father. A jury of twelve people is locked in the deliberation room to decide the fate of the young boy. (more…)Sat30Jul2016Sat06Aug2016Sat06Aug20168:15 pm Akshara Theater, Near RML Hospital, Baba Kharag Singh Marg, New Delhi
LOLMAAL – the stand-up comedy collective performed by Gaurav Gupta and Kishore Dayani, and hosted by Cdr. Manish Tyagi.
Lolmaal, the comedy shows dwells into various facets of life and takes a dig at various things. Right from the daily life, to the stupid conversations, social media, pressure of having kids, current happenings in the country, Bollywood and the political honchos, these guys spare none.(more…)Wed10Aug20164:00 pmNamdev Auditorium,Lalit Kala Kendra, Savitribai Phule Pune University
The Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts has recorded 25 great masters of Hindustani Classical Music celebrating the contributions of the various gharanas or schools over centuries, reverberating the subcontinent’s unbroken lineages in music. (more…)Wed10Aug2016Fri12Aug2016Fri12Aug2016Thu18Aug2016Fri19Aug20168:15 pmAkshara Theatre: Delhi, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Near Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, Delhi, NCR 110001, India
AbijitGanguly's best bits from his three solo shows Bong Talkies ; Me Tragedy, You Comedy ; Yes, I'm Happy ; along with some absolutely new bits on his fast-changing life (yes, he just got married to his long-time Gujju girlfriend).Fri26Aug2016Sat27Aug2016Sun04Sep2016Tue30Aug2016Wed31Aug2016Fri02Sep2016Tue06Sep2016Media Lounge, Sri Fort Auditorium Complex
1st BRICS Film Festival, organized as a part of the special events introducing the BRICS summit, is a special initiative by The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and DFF that aims to build bridges of friendship among the people of member states through Art, Culture through Films.(more…)Sat03Sep2016Wed14Sep2016Sun04Sep20167:45 pmAlliance Francaise, Lodhi Estate, Lodhi Road, New Delhi
Featuing: Jaspreet, Kishore and SrijanFri09Sep2016Sun11Sep2016Dilli Haat, Janak Puri
Attri Events Pvt Ltd presents a specially curated weekend food festival named "Food Mela". So get ready to enjoy the flavours of Purani Dilli Special and witness a lot of entertaining activities under one roof.Fri09Sep2016Fri09Sep2016Sun11Sep2016Sun11Sep2016Wed14Sep2016Thu15Sep2016Sun18Sep2016Fri16Sep20167:30 pmKamani Auditorium, New Delhi
Vamatara: To The Light- Solo and group choreography by Malavika Sarukkai
For tickets visit: bookmyshow.comSat17Sep2016Sat15Oct2016Sat17Sep2016Sun18Sep2016Sun18Sep2016Sun18Sep2016Thu22Sep2016Fri23Sep2016Sun25Sep2016Sat24Sep2016Sun25Sep20167:00 pmStudio Safdar, Shadipur, New Delhi
Languages : Hindi and English(more…)Sun25Sep20168:15 pmAkshara Theatre, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Near Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, Delhi
Hinglish Standup Comedy
Featuing: Pratyush, Prakhar, Manik and Kishore
For tickets visit: https://in.bookmyshow.com/events/4-angry-men/ET00046085Mon03Oct2016Sat08Oct2016Mon03Oct2016Wed05Oct2016Sat08Oct2016India Habitat Center, Lodhi Road, New DelhiScroll
TERI is organizing 'The World Sustainable Development Summit
2016', themed, 'Beyond 2015: People, Planet & Progress.Wed05Oct2016Fri07Oct2016Thu13Oct2016Sat15Oct201611 am to 7 pmAga Khan Hall, Bhagwan Das Road, New Delhi
Sarees of India 2016 organised by DELHI CRAFTS COUNCIL will bring together a carefully curated collection of handcrafted sarees from across the countryand willfocus on highlighting innovative new techniques and designs that infuse new life into traditional techniques, prints and weaves.(more…)Thu13Oct2016Sun16Oct2016Fri14Oct2016Sun23Oct2016Dilli Haat, INA
The Women of India Festival 2016 of organic products was inaugurated by the Union Minister of Women & Child Development in New Delhi.Fri14Oct2016Sun16Oct2016All day longJLN Stadium, New Delhi
The Grub Fest coming back to JLN Stadium, 14th-16th Oct, with over 70 restaurants, a heavy line-up of top artistes for live entertainment, a food truck festival within the festival and the first ever pop-up nightclub!
Stay tuned for updates!Sat15Oct2016Mon24Oct2016Sat15Oct2016Sat22Oct2016Sat15Oct2016Sun16Oct20169:00 am to 6:00 pm Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
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g opportunit ies from largest community of franchisor s growing since 14 years.(more…)Sun16Oct2016Tue18Oct2016Sat22Oct20166:30 pmKamani Auditorium, New Delhi
Delhi Classical Music Festival returns this week with a truly amazing line up of artists from around the country. Organised by the Government of NCT of Delhi, the festival is an annual event to promote Indian Classical music in Delhi.
Entry : FreeWed19Oct20167:30 pmAkshara Theatre
A Bengali comedy play written by Sukumar Ray - Directed by Badal Ray.
Tickets are available at the venue.Fri21Oct2016Sun23Oct2016CITYWALK, New Delhi
Asian hawker-style culture and energy will come to Select Citywalk, Delhi this October with the Asian Hawkers Market – a unique, one of its kind all fresco food festival will bring the best of Chinese, Japanese, Thai and South-East Asian cuisines under one roof.Fri21Oct2016Sun23Oct201612 pm to 10 pmBaba Kharak Singh Marg, Raja Bazar, Connaught Place
A treat to food lovers: 'Street Food Festival Chatkare Delhi Ke 2016' comes with finger-licking delicacie integrate with entertainment.Sat22Oct20165:00 pmCourtyard by Marriott, Gurgaon
Eight Gurgaon based young artists come together yet again to unveil Articulations II- an impressive collection of paintings and sculptures - On display from October 20-29, 2016 at the Courtyardby Marriott, Gurgaon. (more…)Sat22Oct20165:00 pm & 7:00pmAkshara Theatre,11-B. Baba Kharak Singh Marg
The Refund is an unusual story of a student who is not a very good performer in his life, he could not get any employment and wherever he went the people told him that he is fit for nothing and nothing worth while he has learnt when he was studying.(more…)Wed26Oct2016Fri28Oct2016Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
Indian Tribal culture, heritage and diversification can be admired from any land direction. The specialty of the Indian tribes lies in their customs, cultures, and beliefs and in particular, the harmony in which they survive in unanimity with nature.Thu27Oct2016Sat29Oct2016Kamani Auditorium, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi
AGP World, producers of super hit theatrical plays, proudly brings the critically acclaimed play Hotel Paradiso, a critically acclaimed play by the masters of mask theatre, Familie Floz, on their first tour to India. (more…)Thu27Oct20164:00 pmIGNCA's Reference Library (first floor), 11 Man Singh Road, New Delhi
The book is based on the life and work of the late painter and illustrator Brij Mohan Anand (1928-1986). (more…)Fri04Nov2016Sun06Nov2016IGNCA, New Delhi
North-East Festival (NEF)- Connecting People Celebrating Life is an attempt to create awareness about North East India across the country.Fri04Nov2016Tue08Nov20167:00 pmPurana Qila, New Delhi
Bringing a treat to the patrons of Indian classical dance forms, Sahitya Kala Parishad is hosting a five-day dance festival at Purana Qila. The festival will feature glimpses of Indian tradition and various choreographies by veteran artists.Sat05Nov2016Sun06Nov2016Dilli Haat, Pitampura
Great Indian Food by Grinfo Entertainment Pvt Ltd is a Digital marketing and Event management Company focusing on development and promotion of 'Food and beverage' industry.
We orgnaize Food Festivals all over India. We are India's Most Loved and Fastest growing Community of Foodies.Sat05Nov2016Mon07Nov2016India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
ILF Samanvay is a contemporary call to rediscover the genius of Indian languages to interlink, and, thus, create a democratic cultural continuum.Sat05Nov2016Fri11Nov2016Sun13Nov2016Fri11Nov2016Fri11Nov2016Sun13Nov2016Sat12Nov2016Fri25Nov2016Sat12Nov2016Mon14Nov2016Sun27Nov2016Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
India International Trade Fair is a platform where one comes across many innovations, agriculture products, weaving, crafts and cottage industries along with a host of options for food and entertainment.Sat19Nov2016Sat19Nov2016Sat26Nov2016Sun27Nov2016Habitat World, India Habitat Centre
TLF-Delhi 2016 is a festival of books and ideas, where we are showcasing panel discussions, keynote addresses, talks and performances which will examine the hopes & achievements of what has been called the biggest and boldest democratic experiment in history.Sat26Nov2016Wed30Nov2016Thu01Dec2016Sat03Dec2016Fri02Dec2016Sun18Dec2016Sat03Dec2016Sun04Dec2016Sun04Dec2016Tue06Dec2016Fri09Dec2016Sun11Dec201611 am to 8 pm Nsic Exhibition Ground, New Delhi
Alto Delhi Comic Con is back promising our biggest Delhi show yet with a truly enhanced experience.Sat10Dec2016Sun11Dec2016Sat10Dec2016Sun11Dec2016NCUI Auditorium & Convention centre, August Kranti Marg, New Delhi
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The Delhi International Queer Theatre & Film festival is one of its kind event dedicated to the LGBT community. (more…)Sat10Dec2016Thu15Dec2016Mon26Dec2016Sat17Dec2016Sun18Dec2016Fri23Dec2016Sun25Dec2016Fri23Dec2016Fri30Dec201611:00 AM to 10:00 PMEmporia Complex Grounds, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Opp. Hanuman Mandir, Connaught Place, New DelhiFri23Dec2016Sun25Dec201612:00 PM to 10:00 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium (Delhi)
As you all know that the street food vendors play a very dynamic role in food distribution system in all cities and towns across the world. The street food is a treasure house of local culinary traditions and is increasingly playing an important role as an enhancer and force multiplier of tourism sector all over the world.Sat24Dec2016Fri30Dec20165 PM onwardsLalit Kala Academy, Feroze Shah Road, New Delhi
A search within for something deep inside something one doesn't know consciously. An exploration to search one's own self. An interpretation in ceramics Solo show by Suvajit MondalSun25Dec2016Fri30Dec20165:30 PM onwardsMeghdoot Theatre Complex - New DelhiSat07Jan2017Sun15Jan201710:00 AM to 8:00 PMPragati Maidan
World Book Fair is a 8 day event being held from 7th January to 14th January 2017 at the Pragati Maidan in New Delhi, India. This event showcases products like Books, publications & journals, Children books, Sports Books, Magazines, Old books, International Books etc. in the Book industry.Sat14Jan20176:00 PM - 10:00 PMShri Ram Centre 4, Safdar Hashmi Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi, India 110001Tue17Jan2017Wed18Jan20176:00 pmTriveni Kala Sangam , 205 Tansen Marg, Delhi 110001
The Raza Foundation is organising a two-day classical festival of different forms of music and dance in New Delhi. This is perhaps for the first time, in recent years, that a festival is being held to feature the inheritance that some of the most significant classical performers have imbibed from their respective gurus.Thu19Jan2017Sun22Jan2017Thu19Jan2017Mon23Jan201710:00 AM to 8:00 PMDIGGI PALACE, JAIPUR
The past decade has seen the Festival grow into the world’s largest free event of its kind. Having hosted 1300 speakers and welcoming nearly 1.2 million book lovers, its success of has been astonishing and heartwarming.Thu26Jan2017Tue31Jan2017Sun29Jan20178:00 PM OnwardsAkshara TheatreWed01Feb2017Wed15Feb2017Wed01Feb2017Wed01Feb2017Tue21Feb2017Thu02Feb2017Sun05Feb20172:00 pmNSIC Ground: Okhla
India Art Fair is South Asia's leading platform for modern and contemporary art and portal to the region's cultural landscape. Founded in 2008, India Art Fair has become the bedrock of a now booming cultural community with connections to every level of the market. Building on these foundations, India Art Fair is expanding its programming to reflect South Asia's immense diversity in the visual arts and to provide a platform for innovation across disciplines and exchange, throughout the region and the world.Sun05Feb2017Sun12Mar201710:00 AM to 6:00 PMRashtrapati Bhawan
Mughal Gardens in Rashtrapati Bhawan are opened to public in February /March every year. We are pretty regular and do this as an annual ritual. Good things in life are always free. There are no tickets to visit Mughal Gardens. Read on for an account of our recent visit…Sun05Feb2017Fri10Feb2017Sun12Feb201711:00 AM to 10:00 PMNehru Park, Vinay Marg, New Delhi
IMAGINE Fest that will run in parallel with Palate Fest at Nehru Park will present a wide range of talks, forums & discussions from world leaders and will act as a perfect platform for speakers and audience to impart knowledge and exchange thoughts on literature, fashion, and art.Fri10Feb2017Sun12Feb2017Sat11Feb2017Sun12Feb2017Sun12Feb20177:30 pmIndian Habitat Centre
About Ismat's Love Stories: Ismat's Love Stories, written by Ms. Anuradha Marwah and directed by Mr. Sanjay Kumar is an unpublished, unperformed play in English with running time of approximately an hour and thirty minutes.Mon13Feb20173:00 PM OnwardsCentral Park, Connaught Place
Following the tradition, Aids Healthcare Foundation is celebrating “International Condom Day” on 13th February across globe this year also. On this occasion, AHF India is organizing an event at the Central Park, Connaught Place, New Delhi from 3 pm onwards where a 40 feet Inflatable condom balloon will be showcased with the pledge signatures.Thu16Feb2017Mon27Feb201710:00 AM to 9:00 PMAndheria Modh, Chhatarpur, Delhi
A handcrafted celebrations of the coming of spring with a coming together of crafts, cultures and cuisine.Fri17Feb2017Sun19Feb201710:00 AM to 7:00 PMGarden of Five Senses, New Delhi
Flower Show - All Days
Large Variety of plants in different categories along with Potted plants, Foliage, Medicinal & Herbal Plants, Hanging Baskets/ Bonsai/Cactus & Succulents/Cut Flowers/Vegetables etc.Fri17Feb2017Sun19Feb201710:00 AM to 9:00 PMIGNCA, New DelhiSat18Feb2017Sun19Feb2017Feb 18 at 10:30 AM to Feb 19 at 7:30 PMOyster Beach Park Sec - 29, Gurgaon, Haryana 122001
India's biggest kids festival Krackerjack Karnival is here. Look out for workshops, performances, games and lots of goodies at the 11th edition of the carnival in Gurugram.Fri24Feb2017Sat25Feb20176:00 PM - 8:00 PMMultiple
Come be a part of 'Words in the Garden' - a celebration of Literature, Arts & ideas . The first edition of the litfest, will bring together four quartets of theme - “City, Nature, Love and Loneliness"which celebrate and explore "Meer Ki Dilli". All the sessions have their titles picked from the poetic utterance of the great bard, Meer Taqi Meer a great Urdu poet who lived in Delhi.Sun26Feb20176:30 PM TO 8:00 PMKamani Auditorium, Mandi House, New Delhi, India 110001
Sir Sir Sarla, a classic hindi drama running successfully for over a decade. This classic tells us the story of a poetry teacher, Professor Palekar and his two most beloved students, the pretty Sarla and the seemingly unimpressive Phanidhar.Sat04Mar2017Fri10Mar2017Tue07Mar2017Wed08Mar2017Fri10Mar2017Sun12Mar2017Sat11Mar2017Fri17Mar2017Sun19Mar201711:00 AM to 10:00 PMIndia International Centre, Max mueller marg, New Delhi
3,Days literary Festival in Delhi.
JASHN E ADAB is a society dedicated to poetry and literature founded in 2012 to promote quality literature in hindi and Urdu ,across the country by the name JASHN E ADAB poetry festival.
(more…)Fri17Mar2017Sun19Mar2017Sat18Mar20177:00 pm to 8:00 pmAshok Amphitheatre, The Ashok, 50-B, Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
Rays of Wisdom Society, a registered NGO, is organizing ‘The Vedas: Eko Ham Bahu Shyam’ to showcase the different aspects of the Vedic Culture & Lifestyle through Odissi and Gotipua Dance Styles.
(more…)Wed22Mar20175:00PM OnwardsCafe 27, New Delhi
YUP presents Midweek Madness - an event organized especially for college students to take a break in the middle of the week, which just seems to be the best time to kick back. Come join us for a great time at the most popular cafes across Delhi NCR on the basis of interest such as live performances, comedy shows, poetry, photography and many more.Fri24Mar2017Sun02Apr2017Fri24Mar2017Sun26Mar2017Mon27Mar2017Wed29Mar2017Fri07Apr2017Sun09Apr2017Fri07Apr2017Tue11Apr201710:00 AM to 9:00 PMAlliance Française de Delhi
Teamwork Arts presents a festival of Buddhist films, art and philosophy from 7th – 11th April 2017 at the Alliance Française de Delhi- The Inner Path (TIP) Festival.Fri07Apr2017Sun09Apr2017Fri07Apr2017Sun09Apr2017Fri14Apr2017Sat15Apr201711:00 am to 9:00 pmJawaharlal Nehru Stadium (Delhi)
A festival, of magnanimous food lovers - Delhi Food Truck Festival would be a two days event of extravaganza for visitors to relish and indulge in the local, national and international cuisines served by the Top Food Trucks in Delhi-NCR.Fri14Apr20176:30 PM - 8:30 PMGulmohar, Habitat World, India Habitat Centre, Gate No. 3, Vardhaman Marg, New Delhi – 110003
Eminent Kathak Dancer, choreographer and Guru Smt. Kumudini Lakhia delivers the second in the annual Kelucharan Mohapatra Memorial Lecture series in New Delhi.Sat15Apr2017Sun16Apr2017Sat15Apr2017Sun23Apr201711:00 amMultiple
As part of celebrations for World Heritage Day on April 18, Sahapedia.org, an open online resource on India’s art, culture and heritage, has lined up a series of events aimed at raising awareness about the histories, people, places, built spaces and the heritage in the Delhi-NCR region.Sat15Apr20178AM – 11AMOld Delhi
Travel writer Talish Ray has charted a food walk through the bylanes of Purani Dilli, where one finds a melting pot of faith food and history. Explore traditional mouthwatering cuisines of Old Delhi while soaking up the historic and monumental history of Old Delhi.Mon17Apr2017Wed26Apr201711 AM to 7 PM (Sunday Open)Shridharani Gallery at 205, Triveni Kala Sangam, Tansen Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi
Aparna Bidasaria who has portrayed the Banyan Tree as a symbol of knowledge, protection, immortality and salvation through a series of 30 breathtaking paintings. The show titled 'Time and Being' is curated by renowned art scholar and critic Uma Nair.
Mon17Apr20177:00 pm - 8:00 pmIndia Habitat Centre, Amphitheatre, Lodi Road, New Delhi
Legendary Kishori Amonkar was perhaps the last great vocalist of Hindustani classical music who passed away at the age of 84 years some days ago. Her sad and sudden demise has been widely mourned throughout the country.Fri28Apr2017Sun30Apr2017Sun30Apr20172 shows- 4:30 PM & 7.30 PM India Habitat Centre
Voluntarily retired after her diagnosis of Cervical cancer, Shikha, a former judge in the juvenile justice system lives with her daughter Sonali, a successful corporate lawyer and her slightly autistic son Jai who she had rescued from the juvenile criminal system and legally adopted.Sun30Apr2017Fri05May2017Sat06May2017Sat06May2017Thu11May20178:00 PM OnwardsOddbird Theatre
Futureproof is set during the last gasp of the circus Freak Show. Robert Riley’s Odditorium, a motley crew made up of an armless bearded lady, the world’s fattest man, conjoined siamese twins, a half man half woman and a mermaid, was once a successful traveling circus freak show.Sun14May2017Thu18May2017Multiple (Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre, New Delhi | Kamani Auditorium)
The Capital City Minstrels (CCM) return with their summer concerts in "It's a Grand Night for Singing". Reflecting the international and multicultural composition of the choir, the carefully curated repertoire features songs from around the world and various genres.
(more…)Thu18May2017Wed07Jun201710:00 AM to 11:00 PMZambar, 3rd Floor, Ambience Mall , Gurugram, New Delhi, India
From the house of Lite Bite Foods, Zambar a restaurant with wide range of delightful cuisines from southern India's legendary spice coast that go far beyond just sambar, idli, dosa and vada is celebrating Goan cuisine.Thu18May20175 PM - 8 PMNational Museum | Kiran Nadar Museum of Art
An exciting new venture by sahapedia.org, the online encyclopaedia of Indian arts, cultures and heritage, seeks to map all the museums in India to enable the public to have widespread and easy access to the cultural wealth of the country.
(more…)Fri19May2017Sun28May20173:00pm onwardsThe Theatre | The Stein Auditorium
The Habitat Film Festival is back with the best of Indian cinema, celebrating the films from 2016-17 that took the road less traveled. Don't forget to catch the Om Puri #tribute retrospective & K.A. Abbas Exhibition as part of #HFF from 19th-28th May at #habitatworld #filmscreenings #cinema #DelhiFri19May2017Sun21May20179:00 pmDilli Haat Pitampura, New Delhi
Delhi Tourism invites you to come and enjoy Greeshm Utsav this summer with fun food and laughter.Sat27May2017Sun28May2017DLF Place, Saket
DLF Place, Saket presents a unique summer shopping extravaganza ‘Night Owl’, for all the shopaholics in Delhi. Join us on 27th and 28th May, 2017 as the festival will kick start its maiden chapter, offering some delightful experiences in food, music and retail.Sat27May2017Sun28May20177:00pm onwards4, Safdar Hashmi Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi, India 110001
History is full of instances where entire masses of people have moved, voluntarily or otherwise, from one place to another, covering enormous distances, overcoming insurmountable obstacles, suffering untold misery.Fri02Jun2017Sun04Jun2017Sat03Jun2017Sun04Jun2017Mon05Jun2017Sun11Jun201741, 42 Lucknow Road, Delhi 110054
SPIC MACAY, in its 40th year, begins with its annual flagship event today! A cultural extravaganza not just to amaze the students, the teachers and the volunteers alike with what India holds dear as a part of its identity but also to make them realise that it is fast losing the grip if nothing is done about it.Wed14Jun2017Sun18Jun201710:00 am to 11:00 pmDLF Cyber Hub
The city of millennials is all set to experience barrels of fun, frolic and culinary delight as Gurgaon’s most loved food and entertainment destination DLF Cyber Hub has brewed up a spectacular five day809 –Drink and Dine.Fri16Jun2017Sun25Jun2017Sun18Jun20175 PM - 7:30 PMShiv temple (Opposite the Methodist Church next to DDA Park), Nizamuddin West
Ramadan is a period of prayer, fasting, charity-giving and self-accountability for Muslims all around the world. The residents of Hazrat Nizamuddin Basti celebrate the entire month of fasting and forgiveness, also known as ‘Ramzaan’, with great enthusiasm as the streets are filled with the people wearing traditional clothes and the scent of the special essence oils called Attar waft in the air.Fri23Jun20176:00 pmKiran Nadar Museum of Art,145 DLF South Court Mall Saket, New Delhi, India 110017
Sahapedia.org (https://www.sahapedia.org/) , an open online resource on India’s art, culture and heritage is organizing a "Baithak" on the importance of Crowdfunding in cultural ecosystems, such as museums,Fri23Jun2017Fri30Jun2017Fri30Jun2017Sun02Jul2017Sat01Jul2017Wed05Jul2017Sun02Jul20176:30 pmConference Room, Ground Floor, Civil Services Officers' Institute, Vinay Marg, Chankyapuri, New Delhi - 110021
Raza Foundation and Civil Services Officers' Institute are holding a discussion on "Abstraction in Arts", the fourth in a series of "Art Dialogues", at the Conference Room, Ground Floor, Civil Services Officers' Institute, Vinay Marg, Chankyapuri, New Delhi - 110021 on Sunday, 2nd July 2017, from 6.30 pm.
(more…)Fri07Jul2017Sun09Jul201710:30 Am to 9:00 PMDilli Haat Pitampura, New Delhi
Mango and Sharbat Mela are coming together at a venue near you. Enjoy a variety of mangoes and sharbat before summer season gets over enjoy cultural performances and competitions along with mango exhibition.Fri07Jul2017Sat08Jul2017Sun09Jul2017Thu13Jul20176:15 pm India International Centre (Seminar Halls – II and III), 40, Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi
One of India’s most prominent Bharatnatyam dancers, Padma Shri Malvika Sarukkai, will be in conversation with artist and author Dr Sudha Gopalkrishnan in New Delhi in the 46th edition of the "Art Matters" series organized by the Raza Foundation.
(more…)Fri14Jul2017Sun16Jul201712:00 PM to 10:00 PMDLF Mall of India, Noida
DLF Mall of India, India’s largest mall, is all set to host the Gobuzzinga 3rd edition of Momos festival this monsoon season. The 3 day long affair will kickstart on July 14 and go on till July 16.The Momos festival is going to be 3 times momo-some with more vendors, more flavours, more entertainment and yes, one extra day of pure bliss than the last edition.Fri14Jul2017Sun16Jul2017Fri14Jul20176.30 pm onwards Gulmohar, Habitat World, India Habitat Centre, Gate No.3, Vardhaman Marg, New Delhi
Popular musician and musicologist Deepak S Raja will give a lecture on 'Perspective on Raga-ness' as part of the Kumar Gandharva Memorial Lecture Series organised by the Raza Foundation.Sun16Jul2017Sat29Jul201711:00 AM-8:00 PMHandloom Haat, 2nd Floor, Janpath, CP, New Delhi
Elegance that has stood the test of time. We invite you all to the National Level Special Handloom Expo at 2nd Floor Handloom Haat, Janpath, Delhi from 16-29th July, 2017.Sun16Jul20174:00pm to 5:30pmLTG auditorium, Mandi House, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi 110007
Girish Karnad's Bali explores the violence embedded in individuals under the cloak of religion. The conflict in the play is located in the values of compassion and sacrifice that codify the lives of a Jain couple and that of their Hindu mother.Sat22Jul2017Tue25Jul2017Thu27Jul20176:30pm OnwardsIndia International Center Annexe Lecture Hall -2.
The Raza Foundation, in collaboration with India International Centre, has started a new series of poetry readings "Aaj Kavita". The second reading of the series is scheduled for July 27 at 6:30 pm at the India International Center Annexe Lecture Hall -2.Fri28Jul2017Sun30Jul201710:00 AM to 9:00 PMDilli Haat Pitampura, New Delhi
Dilli Haat Pitam Pura (Delhi Tourism) is organising “ Teej & Rakhi Mela ” from 28-30 Jul 2017. Teej Meal is a unique festival for Women, Teej is celebrated in Northern India with Great enthusiasm. Falling in the Hindu month sharvan (July- august) , it also celebrates the arrival of Monsoon after a season of oppressive heatWed02Aug2017Sat05Aug201711:00 AM-9:00 PMAga Khan Hall 6, Bhagwan Dass Road, New Delhi 1, Near Mandi House Metro Station
An Exhibition of a Harmonious Reflection of Traditional Skill, Colour and Creativity of our Weavers and Artisans. Organised by Hast Karigar Society, DelhiFri04Aug2017Tue15Aug201711:00 AM-8:00 PM India Expo Mart, Plot No. 23 –25 & 27- 29 Knowledge Park - II Gautam Budh Nagar U.P
India international mega trade fair conducted in 4 cities in India is now going to start in Noida. It has all the National & International products under one roof.Fri04Aug2017Sun06Aug201712:00 PM OnwardsDLF Mall of India, Noida
DLF Mall of India together with D for Delhi announces a fully charged Beer.Friends.Forever(BFF), a three day fest to celebrate Friendship Day&International Beer Day fallingon August 4thand August 6th 2017 respectively.Fri04Aug2017Sun06Aug2017Sat05Aug2017Sun06Aug20177:30 pmIndia Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road
Chann Badlaan Daa was first staged in 1967. People thronged to experience the magic of Punjabi music. Staging Chann Badlaan Da this year is special as it is 50 years when it opened to touch the hearts of theater lovers and 101 years of its creators Sheila Bhatia.
(more…)Sun06Aug20176:15 pmConference Hall, Ground Floor, Civil Services Officers' Institute, Vinay Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi - 110021
Raza Foundation and Civil Services Officers' Institute are holding a discussion on " Figures in and of Paintings", the fifth in a series of "Art Dialogues", at Conference Hall, Ground Floor, Civil Services Officers' Institute, Vinay Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi - 110021 on Sunday, August 6, 2017, at 6:15 pm.Tue08Aug20176.15 pm onwards Seminar Hall 2, India International Centre, 40 Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi 110003
T M KRISHNA in conversation with ANANYA VAJPEYI
One of India’s most renowned Carnatic music vocalists, TM Krishna will be in conversation with Author & Associate Professor (CSDS) Ananya Vajpeyi in New Delhi in the 47th edition of the "Art Matters" series organized by the Raza Foundation. The discussion will be on "Between the song and the Silence".Fri11Aug201711:00 AM - 9:00 PMDilli Haat, Pitampura
Color of Nation 2017 at Dilli Haat Pitam Pura on 11 Aug 2017 . Cultural Programme, Dance Competition , Fashion show etcFri11Aug20176:30pm OnwardsGulmohar, Habitat World, India Habitat Centre, Gate No.3, Vardhaman Marg, New Delhi
Cultural theorist and author, Ashish Rajadhayksha will give a lecture on 'Reflections From the Very Deep Surface: Mani Kaul's Vanguard' as part of the Mani Kaul Memorial Lecture Series organised by the Raza Foundation.Sat12Aug2017Tue15Aug2017Thu17Aug2017Mon28Aug201710:00 am to 7:00 pmNature Bazaar, Andheria Modh, Chhattarpur, Delhi
Gorgeous traditional and contemporary pottery for your home and kitchen!
Cultural performances from the North East – Naga Dance, Bamboo Dance, Stick Dance & Dhol CholamWed23Aug2017Sun03Sep201710.00 am to 8.00 pm Hall 8 to 12 Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
India Trade Promotion Organisation will organize the 23rd edition of Delhi Book Fair during August 26 – September 3, 2017 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The fair is organized in association with Federation of Indian Publishers.Fri25Aug20179:00 pm OnwardsPunjab Grill Tappa, DLF Cyber Hub, Gurgaon (Ground Floor)
This Friday, groove to the tunes of RnB and Pop music as a Delhi based singer-song writer, Sanjeeta Bhattacharya is all set to enthrall you with her versatile voice at Punjab Grill Tappa.
Sanjeeta began her journey in music learning Hindustani Classical music for 8 years, simultaneously exploring the world of jazz, RnB, soul, bossa nova and flamenco. A graduate from Berklee College of Music, Boston, she has performed across various countries starting from India, Boston and Spain including Boston Symphony Hall alongside A.R. Rahman, Berklee Performance Center, Magnetic Fields Festival.
(more…)Sat26Aug20177:30PM - 9:10 PMLittle Theatre Group Auditorium , Delhi
COMPUNCTION is a psychological thriller, first-of-its-kind on stage, which explores the human psyche of guilt or lack of it. The play focuses on a few forgotten cases of grisly murders which Deepa Thomas, a renowned psychologist, stumbles upon as she tries to treat one of her patients, Omar.Fri01Sep2017Sun03Sep201711:00 am to 7:00 pmAlliance Francaise, 72 Lodhi Estate, New Delhi
“Sasha” and “Sanskar” present Tsutra – An exhibition celebrating the rich culture of Indian heritage and contemporary design. Tsutra celebrates craft and handloom textiles respecting Fair Trade values, traditional and modern craft culture and the environment.Fri01Sep2017Sun03Sep20176:30pm OnwardsKamani Auditorium in Delhi
This year this festival will be held at Kamani Auditorium in Delhi from 1-3 September. The festival will commence with the performance of Vidushi Arti Ankalikar who will be portraying the Jaipur Atrauli gayeki. This will be followed by Indrani Mukherjee. Her guru was the famous Vidushi Purnima Chaudhari, but now she learns from Banaras’ Manju Sundaram. She says he teaches in the Gurukul way of old times. The first day of the concert will be terminated by Pandit Chanulal Mishra of Banaras.Sat02Sep2017Mon04Sep20176:00 to 9:00 PMFurncraft De'Collage, Ambawata One Complex, Mehrauli, New Delhi-110030
Solo Art Exhibition 'A World Within A World' by Artist Anushree Gupta showcases a new range of around 15 artworks, 1 installation and 2/3 sculptures. The theme of the paintings are mostly related to flora and fauna.Sun03Sep20176:15 PM OnwardsConference Hall, Ground Floor, Civil Services Officers' Institute, Vinay Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
Raza Foundation and Civil Services Officers' Institute are holding a discussion on " Linear Perspective in Painting and Cinema ", the sixth in a series of "Art Dialogues", at Conference Hall, Ground Floor, Civil Services Officers' Institute, Vinay Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi - 110021 on Sunday, September 3, 2017, at 6:15 pm.Fri08Sep20174:00 pm to 9:00 pmDLF Cyber Hub, Gurgaon
Delhi NCR’s coolest social hangout and entertainment destination Cyber Hub is all set to witness a complete makeover with the unveiling of Cyber Hub 2.0. The launch event, in association with Dineout, will be an evening full of scintillating culinary treats and musical performances. The day will kick start with a unique food maze where the best restaurants at the Hub will offer innovative delicacies to first hundred visitors absolutely free of cost.Sat09Sep2017Sun10Sep2017Wed13Sep20177:00pm onwardsNostalgia, 1911 Brasserie
About Zoltan Fejervari
Winner of the 2017 Concours Muscical International de Montreal for piano and recipient of a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship, Zoltan Fejervari is a passionate chamber musician from HungrySat16Sep20175:30 pmJom Jom Malay, Ansal PlazaThe Malaysian High Commission and Jom Jom Malayinvite you to celebrate Malaysia Day with a traditional Malay Dance performance - Joget & a feast fit for kings.Sat16Sep20177:30 pmSirifort Auditorium, August Kranti Marg, New Delhi
AGP World, producers of super hit theatrical plays and musical extravaganzas, bring the world renowned British A Cappella band, The Magnets, on their first tour to India. The Magnets are A Cappella stars, making incredible music simply with their mouths.Sat16Sep2017Sat16Sep2017Thu21Sep2017Sun01Oct20179:00 PM-12:00 AMDDA Ground, Near Metro Station, Opp Haldiram, NSP, Pitampura, Delhi, India
Ramlila Mohatsav 2017 is being organized by Shri Keshav Ramlila Committee (Estd.1996). This Mohatsav showcases the complete life story of Rama in form of stage act over the period of ten days and the 10th day is celebrated as Dussehra (Vijaya Dashami). Ramlila Mahotsav ends with "Bharat Milap" on the 11th day when Lord Rama return back to his kingdom. The glorious Raavan Dahan during Ramlila Mahotsav witnessed a crowd of over 10 lac people every year.Fri22Sep201711:00 amSahapedia Annexe C-1/22, Ground Floor, Safdarjung Development Area,
About the Speaker: Dr. Ruchika Sharma is Assistant Professor of History at Gargi College, University of Delhi and has been teaching for more than a decade at the University of Delhi.Sat23Sep2017Mon25Sep2017Sep 23 at 6 PM to Sep 25 at 8 PMNehru Park, Chanakyapuri New Delhi, India
7th Delhi International Jazz Festival is going to be the largest ever jazz festival in the country, with multiple performances spanning across three days. Enjoy the music within the lush green environment of the park, with mesmerising music playing under the stars... #ICCRJazzFestival2017 #7thDelhiInternationalJazz
FestivalSun24Sep20174:30 PM to 6:00 PMOutside Khandani Pakodewala food joint (Sarojini Nagar) on Ring Road (opposite Bhikaji Cama Place)Mon25Sep2017Tue26Sep20177:00pm onwardsGulmohar Hall India Habitat Centre , Delhi
Smriti 2017 - An Indian Music & Dance Festival presented by Rhythm Society for Performing Arts founded in 2009, by Namrrta Raai - Kathak Danseuse under the aegis of its artistic director Tabla maestro and music composer – Pt. Udhai Mazumdar, is a gateway for propagating our traditional music and performing arts, to widen up the horizon of general masses by facilitating them the right platform for better understanding of our diverse cultural heritage and keeping them alive.Wed27Sep2017Wed27Sep20176:15 PM OnwardsTriveni Kala Sangam, 205 Tansen Marg, New Delhi 110001
Raza Foundation in collaboration with Civil Services Officers' Institute is organising a new series of classical music and dance festival to promote young talent "Aarambh".Thu28Sep20176:00 PM OnwardsSahapedia Annexe C-1/22, Ground Floor, Safdarjung Development Area, New Delhi 110016
About the talk: Modern day practitioners are on an artificial form of chemical pilgrimage for consciousness-raising experiences. This lecture explores the yogic practice of kundalini yoga of Shakta Tantra, its symbol and imagery of the subtle body with its spectacular micro-macro homologies that chart the way to an eternity of spiritual ecstasy.Fri29Sep20175 pm – 7 pmMYOLO Headquarters CP, New Delhi
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Love Matters, India's leading sexual and reproductive health and rights platform is hosting an open mic event to mark Global day of Action for Access to Safe and Legal Abortion on September 29th.Sun01Oct2017Sun15Oct2017Sun01Oct2017Sat14Oct201711am to 08pmD-41/807, 100ft. Road, Chattarpur, Near Qutub Minar Metro Station, New Delhi – 110074
Centuries ago before cameras were invented, artists captured visuals onto various surfaces such as canvas or stone through mediums of painting and sculpting. With the invention of the camera, this role was reassigned to the photographer who was considered a documenter of the times.Tue03Oct2017Thu05Oct2017Thu05Oct2017Wed25Oct2017Thu05Oct2017Mon16Oct2017Fri06Oct2017Sat07Oct2017Fri06Oct20175 pm and 7:30 PMThe Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Center, New Delhi
India’s largest theatre production company AGP World will stage the multifaceted film actor, writer, singer, painter & candle-maker, Suchitra Krishnamoorthi’s biographical play ‘Drama Queen’ for the first time to audiences in New Delhi. Starring Suchitra Krishnamoorthi, and directed by Inaayat Ali Sami this gripping performance will be showcased at the old world theatre festival at The Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Center, New Delhi on 6th October 2017. Her new theatrical innings titled ‘Drama Queen’ presented by AGP World draws inspiration from her biography and will expose her in a never seen before avatar for the first time after a hiatus of more than a decade.Sat07Oct2017Sat21Oct2017Sat07Oct2017Sat21Oct2017Sat07Oct2017Sat07Oct2017Sun08Oct2017October 7th, Saturday - 7:30 PM - Kamani Auditorium October 8th, Sunday - 4 PM & 7:30 PM - Kamani AuditoriumKamani Auditorium
Under The Gypsy Moon, Akvarious Productions’ latest offering is a rendition of Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s classic Srikanto. Directed by Akash Khurana, Under The Gypsy Moon will have its opening shows at the Kamani Auditoriumon October 7and 8.Mon09Oct2017Wed11Oct2017Oct 9 at 6 PM to Oct 11 at 8 PMKamani Auditorium Copernicus Marg, New Delhi, India
ICCR aims to foster and strengthen cultural relations and mutual understanding & to promote cultural exchanges with other countries and people.Tue10Oct2017Mon16Oct201711:00 am to 7:00 pmThe Blind Relief Association, Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, Near The Oberoi Hotel, New Delhi
Blind School Diwali Fair is run by Blind Relief Association at their School grounds near Lodhi Road. Among all Diwali events Blind School Diwali Mela is always featured as one of the most sought after festival shopping option in Delhi.Wed11Oct2017Sun15Oct2017Fri13Oct2017Sun15Oct201711:00 am - 10:00 pmDilli Haat, Janakpuri, New Delhi
Delhi Tourism is organizing "Deep Utsav" from 13-15 October 2017 at Dilli Haat, Janakpuri. A Diwali Bazar would be set up wherein Diwali related items such as earthen lamps, candles, floating candles, pooja thali, idols of Ganesh & Laxmi and other gift items would be available for sale.Sun22Oct2017Sat28Oct201710.00 am to 6.00 pmCraft Museum, Bhairon Marg, Pragati Maidan
Exclusive collection of Handicrafts cordially invites you to an exhibition cum sale of Folk Craft Festival. Cultural Programme everyday.Mon23Oct2017Tue24Oct20176:30pm OnwardsAuditorium, Civil Services Officers' Institute, Vinay Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi | Triveni Kala Sangam, 205 Tansen Marg, New Delhi
Raza Foundation is organising a new series of classical music and dance festival to promote young talent "Aarambh". The second in series will witness the performances of Hindustani Vocalist Meenal Natu and Kathak Dancer Vishavdeep at the Civil Services Officers' Institute on Monday, October 23 and at the Triveni Kala Sangam on Tuesday, October 24.Fri27Oct2017Sun29Oct2017Fri27Oct2017Sun29Oct2017Fri27Oct2017Sat28Oct20175 pm onwardsDLF Mall of India, Noida
Indulge in the mystique and vivacity of Sufism as the city would be experiencing the mesmerizing dose of ‘sufiness’ with the maestros Lakhwinder Wadali and Nizami Brothers performing LIVE at ‘Sufi Samah’ at DLF Mall of India on 27th and 28th October,2017.Fri27Oct2017Sun05Nov20177:00 PM OnwardsStein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road, New Delhi
As part of the Japan Festival, the Japan Foundation brings you a range of events over 3 months across different venues, spread across Delhi! Everyone is invited and all events are free to attend.
(more…)Mon30Oct20176:15 pm onwardsSeminar Hall 2 & 3, India International Centre, 40 Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi 110003
Prominent Artist V. Ramesh will be in conversation with Author & Journalist Madhu Jain in New Delhi in the 49th edition of the "Art Matters" series organized by the Raza Foundation.Fri03Nov2017Sun05Nov201710 am to 6 pmVigyan Bhawan, Delhi
A global event to facilitate partnerships between Indian and international businesses and investors, World Food India (WFI) is a gateway to the Indian food economy and an opportunity to showcase, connect, and collaborate.
Organized by the Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government of India, WFI will be the largest gathering of investors, manufacturers, producers, food processors, policy makers, and organizations from the global food ecosystem.Sat04Nov2017Sun05Nov20176:00 pmLTG Auditorium
“NATYOTSAV” is presenting its first historical classic production “CHITRALEKHA”, a musical play to enthrall the lovers of theatre.
Chitralekha play is based on the novel “Chitralekha” authored by Sri BhagwatiCharan Verma. The first Library Addition of this novel was published in 1934 and there has been no play production so far on this in Delhi theatre circle.Sat04Nov2017Sun05Nov2017Tue07Nov2017Kingdom of Dreams, Gurgaon
The third chapter of MRS INDIA HOME MAKERSTM - the most prestigious pageant for married woman in India and voted as 3rd most extravagant Mrs category pageant in the world is all set to spread more magic at Kingdom of Dreams, Gurgaon on 7th November 2018.Wed08Nov2017Mon13Nov201710:00 am to 10:00 pmDLF Place Saket Mall, New Delhi
Fair Utsav a grand event, being organized to provide a platform to Fair Trade merchants and artisans across India to sell their products. The Bazaar will showcase variety of ethically traded products from all across India, that not only appeal to the eye, but also to the heart and mind. By purchasing Fair Trade products you support the sustainable development of our economy, implying the fair treatment of the people and an eco-friendly production. Various other customer engagement and recreational activities will be organized during the event.Thu09Nov2017Mon20Nov2017Fri10Nov20176:30pm OnwardsGulmohar, Habitat World, India Habitat Centre, Gate No 3, Vardhaman Marg, New Delhi 110003
Eminent theatre expert Prof. Rustom Bharucha will deliver the Habib Tanvir Memorial Lecture on Friday, 10 November 2017. The subject is “Reclaiming the National: A Journey Through Intercultural Discourse and Practice in Theatre"Sat11Nov2017Tue14Nov2017Mon27Nov20179:30 AM- 7:30 PMPragati Maidan, New Delhi
People in Delhi NCR wait throughout the year for the India International Trade Fair. The regular venue Pragati Maidan is being pulled down after Trade Fair this year and a new modern trade centre is in the offing here. However we are nostalgic about Pragati Maidan and plan to enjoy this Trade Fair to its fullest.Thu16Nov20176:00 PM Onwards Lecture Hall - 1, India International Centre, Annexe, 40 Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi 110003
Eminent Estonian poet Doris Kareva will recite her poems at a poetry reading organised by The Raza Foundation in collaboration with the Embassy of Estonia at the India International Centre, New Delhi, on Thursday, 16 November 2017. Her poems will be translated into Hindi and recited by noted poet Vishnu Khare.Fri17Nov2017Sun19Nov20177pm onwardsDLF Promenade, Vasant Kunj
Culturally ignited and fusion music lovers must block their evenings as 11th edition of Delhi International Art Festival is coming to DLF Promenade from November 17 to November 19. Different artists and bands from Norway, Hungry, and Taiwan are all set to dazzle you with pulsating fusion of rock Sufi and Indie music. Spread over three days, this festival will spread the energetic vibes and make you groove to the tunes of fusion music.Fri17Nov2017Sun19Nov2017Sat18Nov2017Sun19Nov201712:00 PM - 10:00 PMDLF Place, Saket
About Konnichiwa Japan: The Two-day event has been organized by Discover Japan Club in India and World Heritage Academy in support of Embassy of Japan & Japan Foundation in India in association with Discover India Club in Japan to promote cultural collaboration between the two nations.Wed22Nov2017Sun03Dec2017All DayDLF Mall of India, Noida
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Calling out the food lovers and music enthusiasts of the town to DLF Mall of India as country’s largest destination mall is all set to enchant the mall visitors with Khana Bajana, a two week food and music festival in association with DineOut India. Gear up for a culinary storm and get high on mind blowing music as the city’s favorite mall will turn into the most happening food and entertainment zonebetween 22nd November to 3rd December,2017.Thu23Nov2017Sun26Nov2017Nov 23 at 2 PM to Nov 26 at 5 PMThyagaraj Sports Complex
India Art Festival, a contemporary art fair founded in 2011 is a new model for dialogue and collaborations between art galleries, art dealers, art buyers, artists, interior designer, architects and art connoisseurs who come together every year under roof. India Art Festival (IAF) along with mid-level and major art galleries also provides the opportunity to emerging, independent artists to get discovered and enjoy the attention along with the established artists.Fri24Nov20176:30 pm onwardsAtrium, DLF Mall of India, Noida
Gear yourself for an evening full of unparalleled energy and upbeat music as DLF Mall of India, country’s largest destination mall is all set to take the city crowd by storm with the famous singer/rapper Raftaar performing LIVE on 24th November,2017.Sat25Nov2017Sun26Nov201725 November at 14:00 to 26 November at 22:00JLN Stadium, Delhi
Delhi! We have pulled up our socks, are you ready?
Yes! With the mega-hit of DFTF season 1 in summers this year, the India's biggest food truck festival is making the comeback in the capital city this winter.Sun26Nov2017Orana Conventions, Sector- 64, Golf Course Extension Road, Gurugram
AGP World, the renowned production house presents, the highly acclaimed German mentalist, Nicolai Friedrich, at the Orana Conventions, India Culture Centre in Gurugram on Sunday 26th November 2017. The famed German magician and mentalist, brings with him his repertoire of experiments, charisma and flair and promises to burn the stage with his remarkable presence. The man who reads minds and makes magic creates illusion like no one else, he Bends spoons with his stare and produce a suitcase full of currency notes out of nowhere!Sun26Nov20175 PM To 8 PMantiSOCIAL 9A & 12, 3rd Floor, Hauz Khas Village New Delhi, India
Delhi Comic Con Is Back on December 15-17th , and we have just the workshop to get you started on your cosplay! The workshop is for everyone who wants to cosplay at the upcoming event and make an impression and become one of the finalists of the Indian Championship of Cosplay. The event focuses on teaching fans easy hacks to create great costumes in the best way possible.Tue28Nov2017Sun03Dec201711:00 am - 8:00 pm Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), 1, Central Vista (CV) Mess, Janpath, New Delhi
On the birth centenary of Rashtrrishi Nanaji Deshmukh, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Art and Deendayal Research Institute cordially invite you to Lok Gatha UtsavTue28Nov20174:00 PM OnwardsMatighar Lawns, IGNCA, C. V. Mess, Janpath, -110001, New Delhi
On the birth centenary of Rashtrarishi Nanaji Deshmukh, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Art.
There will be traditional food courts, traditional craft stalls, textiles crafts workshop, and puppet shows. 500 traditional Folk Artists from all over the country will be invited for showcasing the rich traditional cultural heritage of India.Fri01Dec2017Sun03Dec2017Anandagram, MG Road, Near Arjangarh Metro Station
Ceramics Fest Delhi 2017
Sansikriti - Delhi Blue Ceramic Centre presents Ceramics Fest Delhi 2017, an exposition of ceramics from all over India.
Art Concept: "JUG (Kundika) INNOVATION IN ART CERAMIC)
Indonesian Ceramic Artist/Lecturer
Department of Art and Design, Universitas Negeri Malang
Ceramic Workshop: 25 - 30 November 2017Fri01Dec2017Sat23Dec20174pm to 9pmDhan Mill Compound, 100 Feet, Chattarpur Extension Road, Back F, Chattarpur, New Delhi- 110074
Project AMSOE is an inter-disciplinary arts festival conceptualized by young enthusiast Pratiksha Jain. It will be a melting pot of emerging and established artist, innovators, entrepreneurs, experienced activists, thinkers and do-ers. The festival will include works ranging from performance art, sonic art, public-interventions, social and ecological justice projects, installations, film, interactive work, poetry and more.Sat02Dec2017Sun03Dec201711 AM to 9 PMNSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla Industrial Estate , Phase III, DelhiSun03Dec2017Fri08Dec2017Dec 3 at 7:30 PM to Dec 8 at 8:30 PMMultiple
CCM is excited to bring you our winter concerts - An American Christmas - this December. From popular carols to music by some of the best American composers, we've got a great holiday line up for you. Bring out those holiday sweaters and Santa caps, bring your friends and family and join us for a festive evening. Tickets for the Habitat Center concert will go live in a few days on Book My Show and we will share those details as soon as they are available! Shout out to Manas Murthy for designing our poster this season. Conducted by Lindsay Ross Boyd, Guest Conductor - Amy Camp, Pianist - Nise Meruno.Fri08Dec2017Sun10Dec201710:00 AM to 9:00 PMMajor Dhyan Chand National Stadium, India Gate, New Delhi
Jashn-e-Rekhta is a celebration of the spirit and eloquence of Urdu. The festival is organized annually in Delhi, under the aegis of Rekhta Foundation – a not for profit organization devoted to the preservation and promotion of Urdu language and culture, that operates a free online resource www.rekhta.org launched in 2013, which has since grown to become the largest online repository of Urdu poetry and literature in the world. Jashn-e-Rekhta endeavors to engage, enlighten and entertain audiences from diverse backgrounds; therefore it is a free public event, accessible to one and all.Sat09Dec2017Sun10Dec201711 am to 6.30 pmIndira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts(IGNCA)
Buddhism has taken root in the consciousness of people across the world. With increasing curiosity - especially among the young - it is time, to look at the different aspects of Buddhism. ‘’Bodhi Parva: BIMSTEC Buddhist Heritage Festival” aims to do so, in today’s context.Sat09Dec2017Sun10Dec201711:00 hrs – 19:00 hrsIndo-German Chamber of Commerce (IGCC), German House, 2 Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri
Highlights: The 20th edition of the capital’s much awaited and fun filled event - the German Christmas Market will be held at the grounds of the German House on 9th & 10th December 2017 showcasing an exclusive palate of interesting lifestyle products - designer home accessories, high end fashion wear, children's goodies & activities, stationery, garden accessories, delectable food items and beverages on sale.Sat09Dec20177:00 PM OnwardsKamani Auditorium, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi
Maruti Suzuki, India’s leading car company and ZEE Theatre, a special offering from the stable of the leading global content company ZEE Entertainment Enterprises Ltd., have come together as Maruti Suzuki Zee Theatre to bring a series of exciting plays across the country. The series continues with Mumbai based ‘The Class Act’ a Silly Point Production set to be staged in New Delhi at Kamani Auditorium, Copernicus Marg on Saturday, 09th December at 7:00 PM.Sun10Dec2017Sun17Dec201711:00 a.m. to 06:00 p.m. from 11th to 17thGandhi Art Gallery, 374 M.G ROAD, SULTANPUR, Metro Pillar B9, Sultanpur, Delhi, 110030
'Creative Leaves' is an international art exhibition that consists of various forms of art like paintings, drawings, digital art, print making and sculptures. Eminent and aspiring artists from across the country and some from across the border, showcasing their talents on the same platform.Sun10Dec2017Sat16Dec201711:00AM– 7:30PM Foyer Galley, Rabindra Bhavan, Lalit Kala Akademi. Ferozeshah Road, New Delhi-110001
For the first time in Delhi, Ashish Kumar Das, a renowned sculptor artist featuring his work at Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi for a week. He is celebrating 25 years of his professional journey. The show talks about the inherent fervour particularly the culture, religion, language so interwoven with Nature around has always touched his life. The natural environment stands out amongst all this and has carved a special niche in his life. The rendezvous with nature has brought forth an eclectic vision in his sculptures sometimes as Man reaching for the moon or in other cases the different Mudras of Buddha used rhetorically in the journey of peace and satisfaction.Mon11Dec2017Sun17Dec201711 December at 9:00 to 17 December at 22:00Sirifort Auditorium Complex, New Delhi.
This year the week-long annual film festival and forum SIFFCY is going to take place between 11-17 December 2017 in at Sirifort Auditorium complex, New Delhi.
More than 15000 participants are expected to participate in various activities during the week-long film festival.Thu14Dec20176:15 pm onwardsSeminar Hall 2 & 3, India International Centre, 40 Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi 110003
Noted Hindustani classical musician Pandit Satyasheel Deshpande, will talk on 'Music and Musicians' in New Delhi in the 51st edition of the "Art Matters" series organized by the Raza Foundation.Fri15Dec2017Sun17Dec201711:00 am - 8:00 pmNSIC, Okhla, New Delhi
From the producers of The Iconic New York Comic Con – comes the 7th Edition of Maruti Suzuki Delhi Comic Con!
The city’s biggest pop-culture event is finally here!
Comic Con features the best of comics, movies, television, gaming & cosplay!Fri15Dec2017Fri15Dec2017India International Centre 10:30 am to 6:30 pm.
Tasting India: Farm to Table is the brainchild of Co-Founders Sanjoo Malhotra and Sourish Bhattacharyya, who have been working since May 2015 towards making the symposium the most important forum to promote a better understanding of India's diverse culinary heritage, food destinations and agricultural produce, and the sustainable diet options it can offer to the world.Sat16Dec2017Sun17Dec2017Jaiphur Ghat, Pushkar
The upcoming edition of Shree Cement The Sacred, Pushkar Festival from 16th-17th December 2017. Conceived by leading performing arts entertainment company Teamwork Arts and supported by Shree Cement, the festival is a perfect getaway that promises a rejuvenating experience in the timeless city of Pushkar with soul-stirring sacred music, yoga workshops, guided meditation, curated heritage walks and much more.Sat16Dec2017Sun17Dec201712pm - 10pmGarden of Five Senses, Saket
Delhites can never get enough of momos! If you’re a person about town then you must have already checked out one of the previous editions of momo festival. But this time crazy gets crazier and you just can’t afford to miss it, drag your squad and make some cheerful memories and enjoy the crazy vibes over momos. GoBuzzinga is bringing to you the 4th edition of its most awaited Delhi’s Annual Momo Festival that will not only tickle your taste-buds but also leave you with an experience of a lifetime.Sat16Dec20176:00 PM onwardsKAMANI AUDITORIUM COPERNICUS MARG, MANDI HOUSE, New Delhi - 110001
New Delhi- Sindhi Academy, Department of Art, Culture and Languages, Government of Delhi organising an evening of Kathak and Sufi Music i.e. “Sajan Saan Rooh Rihaniyoon” to be held at the Kamani Auditorium in New Delhi by 16th December 2017. Shri Manish Sisodia- Deputy Chief Minister, New Delhi would grace the festival with his presence as the Chief Guest.Sat16Dec20179:00 am OnwardsMarigold Hall, IHC (India Habitat Centre)
A Self Defense session with Warrior monk
Shaolin Shifu Kumar is a disciple of Shi Yongxin the Abbot of the Shaolin Temple, China, will share many special techniques with women from diverse backgrounds on how to defend themselves in the face of danger.Shifu’s dharma name is Shi Yan Xiang.Sat16Dec2017Sun17Dec2017Dec 16 at 10:30 AM to Dec 17 at 7:30 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi
Krackerjack Karnival is India’s first, largest and most successful event dedicated to children and families. This international level carnival is held annually in 4 metros of the country – Delhi, Gurugram, Mumbai and Bangalore. Several new launches are planned for 2018.Sun17Dec20177:30 p.m. onwardsTime Machine, Noida
Signature Start Up ‘Masterclass’ comes back with a star-studded Season 2 to inspire journeys of chasing passion. A platform to inspire and enable all those individuals who want to follow their passion and make a mark for themselves. The Signature Start Up Season 2 promises to be even bigger and better after the resounding success of its first edition.Wed20Dec2017Thu21Dec20176:15 PM OnwardsTriveni Kala Sangam, 205 Tansen Marg, New Delhi | L Bhartia Auditorium, Alliance Française de Delhi, 72 Lodhi Estate, New Delhi
Raza Foundation in collaboration with Alliance Française de Delhi is organising the fourth programme in the "Aarambh" series of classical music and dance to promote young talent. It will showcase the performances of Violinist R Sridhar and Kathak Dancer Sangita Chatterjee at the Triveni Kala Sangam on Wednesday, 20 December and at the Alliance Française de Delhi on Thursday, 21 December.Fri22Dec2017Sun24Dec2017Sat23Dec20177:00 PM OnwardsLeisure Valley Ground, Gurugram
India’s leading FM network- RED FM, is all set to increase the city’s swag quotient with ‘Red Live Swag Fest with Diljit Dosanjh’.
After an electrifying performance with the best of Punjabi Swag and a dash of Desi Tadka – Swag Fest is back with none other than Diljit Dosanjh – the heartthrob actor, singer, youth icon and star performer.Mon01Jan2018Mon15Jan201811:00 am – 9:00 pmDilli Haat, opposite INA Market, New Delhi
Jaya Jaitly, Founder of Dastkari Haat Samiti brings the 32nd Annual Dastkari Haat Craft Bazaar the fortnight extravagant exhibition of art, textile and culture at Dilli Haat from 1st - 15th January 2018
Coming January 1, art enthusiasts will get to see a mélange of colorful and traditional handicrafts, textiles and classical dance performances as artistes from India and Israel will come together to showcase their cultural legacywhile cementing cultural and diplomatic ties—a vision seen by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his recent visit to Israel.Sat06Jan2018Sun14Jan201811:00 am - 7:00 pmPragati Maidan, New Delhi
New Delhi World Book Fair 2018 is being held from 6th Jan to 14th Jan 2018 at the Pragati Maidan in New Delhi, India. This event showcases products like Books, publications & journals, Children books, Sports Books, Magazines, Old books, International Books etc.Sun07Jan201812-00 to 3-00 pmHUDA Community Center, sector 56, gurgaon
Greetings from Bangiya Parishad, Gurgaon
As intimated that we will be observing Poush Mela/Khai Khai Utsav on 7th
Jan 18 we have received overwhelming response for the same we will have all homemade dishes like dudhpuli, malpua, gokul pithe, paastishapta, fish cutlet, fish fry, egg devil.chicken chop, mangosho ghugni, chosir payeh with black rice, karaishuti kachori, aalo dum, mutton roganjosh with rice or roti, chingri bhapa with rice, chital petir kalia, galda chingri malai curry, chillar chingri jhall, gergare kankra, basanti pulao, mutton kosha, fish thali, chicken malai kebab, dry coconut chicken, nolen gurer sandesh, rashogolla, mishti doi & many more.
Please do join us along with your family & friends to enjoy the most
authentic Bengali dishes prepared by our own members on reasonable price.Wed10Jan2018Thu11Jan20186:15 pm onwardsTriveni Kala Sangam, 205 Tansen Marg, New Delhi | M L Bhartia Auditorium, Alliance Française de Delhi, 72 Lodhi Estate, New Delhi
Raza Foundation in collaboration with Alliance Française de Delhi is organising the fifth programme in the "Aarambh" series of classical music and dance to promote young talent. It will showcase the performances of Hindustani Vocalist Anagha Bhat and Odissi Dancer Ranjana Dave at the Triveni Kala Sangam on Wednesday, 10 January and at the Alliance Française de Delhi on Thursday, 11 January 2018.Thu11Jan2018Sun14Jan2018Jan 11, 2018 at 6 PM to Jan 14, 2018 at 10 PMModern School BarakhambaRoad
Experience an Indian classical music extravaganza at the Swami Haridas Tansen Sangeet Nritya Mahotsava. Experience spellbinding performances by Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, Shubha Mudgal, Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia, Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhat and many more living legends...Fri12Jan2018Sun14Jan2018Jan 12 at 10 AM to Jan 14 at 10 PMJawarlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi
National Street Food Festival is a vibrant representation of the myriad tastes of the country, complete with the exclusive delicacies and food-items belonging to the streets of Indian states. Around 500 best street food vendors from across the country travel to Delhi offering lip-smacking, delicious food, snacks, main courses food items, desserts and various kinds of food preparations and a host of several other ingredients to its visitors.Sat13Jan2018Mon15Jan20186:30pm OnwardsKAMANI AUDITORIUM COPERNICUS MARG, MANDI HOUSE, New Delhi - 110001
Indian Council for Cultural Relations cordially invites you to 8th International Dance and Music Festival. From 13 Jan to 15 Jan 2018 at Kamani AuditoriumSun14Jan20186:00 PM onwardsTRIVANI KALA SANGAM TANSEN MARG, MANDI HOUSE, New Delhi - 110001
New Delhi- Aayam Institute of Performing Arts , is organising an evening of Traditional Bharatnatyam recital, an ode to Shri Krishana “Krishanmai” to be held at the TRIVANI KALA SANGAM AUDITORIUM in New Delhi by 14th January 2018. Shri Manish Sisodia- Deputy Chief Minister, New Delhi would grace the festival with his presence as the Chief Guest.Sat20Jan2018Wed24Jan20186:30pm OnwardsKamani Auditorium, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi
Every presentation of the epic, Ramayana, is recognition of its contemporaneity, its many levels of inspiration and symbolism. The ideas and ideals of the Ramayana flower in a myriad formats. Reinterpreted ceaselessly by the creative genius of the artist and storyteller, the Ramayana traversed across centuries, countries, cultures, languages and art forms.
(more…)Thu25Jan2018Mon29Jan2018Jan 25, 2018 at 8 AM to Jan 29, 2018 at 8 PMDiggi Palace Shivaji Marg, C Scheme, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302004
Jaipur Bookmark begins on 24th Jan 2018
ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival begins on 25th Jan 2018
Described as the ‘greatest literary show on Earth’, the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival is the world’s largest free platform of its kind.Sat27Jan2018Sun28Jan2018Jan 27 at 2 PM to Jan 28 at 10 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Pragati Vihar, New Delhi, Delhi
Experience the best of Bollywood music from the best of the Bollywood music industry. Get ready to party like never before at Gaana BMP- Asia's Largest Bollwood Music Festival. Revel in the excitement for 2 days with 50+artists, 200+ musicians playing across 6 different genres in a multi-stage format.
Block your dates for this larger than life Bollywood music festival happening right here, #DilliKeDilMeinFri02Feb2018Sun18Feb201810:00 am to 8:00 pmSurajKund Fair Grounds, Fardiabad Haryana
A splash of colours, rhythm of drum beats and joy de-vivre merge at Surajkund in Faridabad, Haryana during the first fortnight of each February. The curtains go up on the acclaimed annual Surajkund International Crafts Mela from 2nd February onwards, a celebration of Indian folk traditions and cultural heritage.Fri02Feb2018Sun04Feb2018