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Mini canvas painting workshop
Thu Aug 15, 3:00 PM
Pragya Mishra
As the name suggests, mini paintings are colorful handmade paintings very small in size. Although it's not different from a normal canvas painting but it's more cute. You can keep it on your working desk to make your workplace more positive. So, in this workshop you are gonna learn how to paint a mini canvas with acrylic Colors and you can take it with you. Fee - Rs.600/- per person (including material)
For more information contact - 8437185825
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Book reading with Anangsha
Thu Aug 15, 4:30 PM
Anangsha Alammyan
Meet author Anangsha Alammyan as she talks about self publishing in India, Quora as a platform for newbie writers, and her newest book - cybercrime thriller "What did Tashi do?"

The author will read out passages from the book, sign some copies for her readers, and address questions from the audience. It will be an evening talking about books, writing, and stories.
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6th Hasan Memorial Lecture 2019
Thu Aug 15, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan
A death and A birth: Gandhi and India A Lecture by Prof Apoorvanand on the occasion of 6th Hasan Memorial Lecture 2019.

आज़ाद हिंदुस्तान की पैदाइश के छह महीने भी नहीं गुज़रे कि गांधीजी का क़त्ल कर दिया गया। आख़िर जिसे राष्ट्रपिता कहा जाता था, उसे राष्ट्र के जन्म की घड़ी में ही क्यों मार डाला गया? हिंदुस्तान के जन्म और गांधीजी की मौत के बीच के इस रिश्ते को किस तरह समझें?आज़ादी के बाद से क्या हिंदुस्तान इस क़त्ल की शर्म से बरी होने की कोशिश करता रहा है? आज हम जिस लम्हे में हैं, क्या यह कहा जात सकता है कि हिंदुस्तान ने अब ख़ुद को गांधी से पूरी तरह आज़ाद कर लिया है?

Not even six months after the birth of Azad Hindustan, Gandhiji was murdered. After all, who was called the Father of the Nation, why was he killed at the time of the birth of the nation? How should we understand this relationship between the birth of India and the death of Gandhiji? Since independence, has India been trying to get rid of this murder? At the moment we are in today, can it be said that India has now freed itself completely from Gandhi?
About The Hasan Memorial Lecture:

The Hasan Memorial Lecture was instituted in 2014 and is held each year at Lamakaan on August 15 with an eye to the emergent political and economic crisis in India/South Asia or the world. It is our single most important programming effort each year and draws a very significant audience. The previous editions of the lectures were delivered by Prof. Jayati Ghosh, Prof.Gail Omvedt, Bharat Patankar and Prof.Kodandaram, Siddharath Varadarajan, et al.

Mr. Moyed Hasan in whose memory the annual lecture is named, was a scientist, a photographer, an environmentalist and a person with a deep concern for the lives of ordinary people. His house, that he named Lamakaan (as in the Sufi literary tradition to mean 'an abode for those who travel without any worldly possessions') " has now become an important part of Hyderabad’s cultural and political life. Mr. Hasan left behind an imaginary of what an engaged life is. From science to art, and environment to international affairs he encompassed a vision of how we must live our lives meaningfully.



About the Speaker:
Apoorvanand is professor at the Hindi Department of University of Delhi. An avowed secularist, he is known for his frequent interventions in day-to-day politics, and for being a tireless champion of minority rights. He is one of the most vocal critics of the Sangh Parivar in the Hindi belt.

ALL ARE WELCOME!
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Art Exhibition
Fri Aug 16, 12:30 PM
Soham Bhowmick
The art work is based on an ironic take on our mythology and cultural cocoons that we have spun around us to maneuver though the dreadlocks of directives.



Soham Bhowmick

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Abrogation of art 370
Fri Aug 16, 5:00 PM
Dialogue towards an Alternative
Consequences of the abrogation of article 370 in Kashmir.
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Kirikou and the Sorceress
Fri Aug 16, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan
Kirikou and the Sorceress Film Screening followed by discussion.
Directed and Written by Michel Ocelot
71 mins. 1998. French with English sub-titles

Synopsis
A small voice can be heard in the womb of a pregnant woman: "Mother, bring me into the world!" "A child who can speak from inside of his mother can bring himself into the world", answers the mother. This is how tiny Kirikou is born, in an African village on which Karaba the Sorceress has cast a spell. But as he comes forth from his mother's womb, Kirikou is determined to rid the village of her curse and understand the cause of her wickedness. After fabulous adventures, Kirikou reaches the forbidden mountain…

Director Statement
With the "outsider" success of "Kirikou and the Sorceress", one of the frequent questions asked by journalists was: "This success must have come as a big surprise!". It was not a question, but a statement. My answer was always the same: "Not at all!" Even if I was prepared for a disastrous release, I was also ready for a triumph. However, something unexpected happened: the nature, depth and permanence of the Kirikou baby.
A Character was born and loved.

Dr. Neeraj Raj, Animation Expert will introduce and analyze and take questions from the audience post screening.

ALL ARE WELCOME. ENTRY IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL!!!
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Mosaic pendant workshop
Sat Aug 17, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan An Open Cultural Space
Mosaic pendant workshop

Join artist Emily Bhargava on Saturday the 17th from 10:30-12:30 to learn to make mosaic pendants using glass, beads and found objects. We will use an epoxy clay to set the pieces, and will discuss basic mosaic technique, texture and contrast before you begin your own designs. All materials will be provided, but feel free to bring an object that is meaningful to you to include in your creation. Please note that the pendants are approximately 30mm long, so the objects should be quite small.
The workshop is free, and all levels are welcome.
Class size limited to 10.
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Foliage 2019 Greenpeace India
Sat Aug 17, 11:00 AM
Ali Abbas for Greenpeace India
Foliage 2019 is the initiative of the Greenpeace India Hyderabad volunteers to promote awareness on the issue of Climate Crisis. The event comprises of the open mic where each participant gets a chance to perform in the creative format on the topic Climate Crisis. The second segment would be a debate by the group on the topic Should India Declare Climate Emergency? The event is still in the planning stage more details will be followed soon.
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Write Club Saturday General #214
Sat Aug 17, 3:00 PM
Write Club Hyderabad
Write Club Hyderabad helps you pen your thoughts, spill your mind and finally make an appointment with the writer in your head. We conduct free, weekly events that foster writing. Our Meetups aim at helping writers reach their goals in a supportive, collaborative, social setting. Writing doesn't have to be all by oneself. We welcome anyone who writes, regardless of genre, language or age. We have members writing novels, short stories, poetry, screenplays, essays, school reports and more. What we do, basically: One of the members of Write Club (anyone with a participation count over 2 consecutive meetups) hosts a session. They bring forth a theme and writing exercises. We all then write to the host’s prompts and guidelines for about an hour. Once we're done writing, we read out our write-ups (optional). We also exchange feedback and constructively critique each other's works. Entry is free, anyone with an interest in writing can walk in. Bring your writing devices and we’re all set! We promise to provide you with good coffee and a super-creative conversation. We have Write Club sessions every Saturday afternoon – 3 to 6 PM
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Art with free software :Blender
Sat Aug 17, 5:30 PM
Dharma Teja Reddy Kasa
Animation & VFX industry is one of booming industry in India. Plus, there are so many individuals who wants to learn 3d either as a hobby or to get in to industry in long run. All institutes give training in industry standard software like Maya, Nuke etc., which are not affordable to students and hobbyist. Solution for them is, using free software which can do almost everything what those expensive software can do. I would like share my experience with free software by showing things I have done with them, especially Blender 3D
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RTI Amendment Bill
Sat Aug 17, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan An Open Cultural Space
'RTI Amendment Bill & its potential impact'

Parliament passed the RTI Amendment bill that seeks to give the Central Government the authority to decide on the tenure & salaries of the Information Commissioners. The session will discuss the possible impact of this amendment and what should ordinary citizens look out for.
Rakesh Dubbudu is a well known transparency Campaigner and the Founder of Factly, a public information initiative. He has been working on RTI related issues for the last 14 years.
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MAHATMA GANDHI @150 AND FOREVER
Sun Aug 18, 11:30 AM
Dasari Balaiah,IRS
MAHATMA GANDHI @150 AND FOREVER
An Art Exhibition to Celebrate Mahatma Gandhi's @ 150 Birth Anniversary.
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At the Crossroads!- Grace Banu
Sun Aug 18, 2:00 PM
Tashi Choedup
Are we just queer? Is sexual and gender identity and expression the only
problem that we face in the society? When caste and religious identities are detrimental to our identity, how does it complicate our queer lives? And the movement? 

Grace Banu is Dalit transgender activist and writer from Tamilnadu. She was the first transgender person to be admitted to engineering college in her state.
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RASANUBHAVA
Sun Aug 18, 7:00 PM
Sahitya
An hour long Bharatanatyam show exploring the process of telling stories through dance and creating rasa or response in the audience
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SciFi -The City of Lost Children
Wed Aug 21, 7:00 PM
Cinephiles Film Club
Sci-Fi Month - The City of Lost Children (1995)

A scientist in a surrealist society kidnaps children to steal their dreams, hoping that they slow his aging process.
Directors: Marc Caro, Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Writers: Gilles Adrien, Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Stars: Ron Perlman, Daniel Emilfork, Judith Vittet

Movies Intro : 7:00 PM
Movies Starts at 7:10 PM
Post-Screening Discussion - 15 mins
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One Mustard Seed
Thu Aug 22, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan
One Mustard Seed
41 mins

Why do we have such a contentious relationship with the idea of dying? What keeps us from looking at death, or the dying, in the eye; from making peace with the process?

The film wonders if the process of dying can become meaningful; and if embracing our own mortality might be the key to a more fulfilling life.

Filmmaker Bio:

Aparna Sanyal is a National Award winning filmmaker who has worked extensively on documentaries and TV shows as director and producer for both Indian and international television since 1999. She was awarded the Rajat Kamal at the National Film Awards in 2012, the Charles Wallace India Trust grant for research in the UK in 2015 and recognised as a Young Creative Entrepreneur by the British Council in 2010. She is the co-founder of ‘The Red Door’, an initiative on Mental Health.

Her previous films include 'Tedhi Lakeer - The Crooked Line' (2002), 'A Drop of Sunshine' (2011), 'A Land, Strangely Familiar' (2013), 'Shunyata - when Kathak met Cham' (2014), Shovana (2017), and The Monks who won the Grammy (2018).

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Kabaddi: The Game of Partition
Fri Aug 23, 8:00 PM
The Cutting Chai Company
Kabaddi, the Game of Partition is a period drama of the bloodiest time in Indian history. This play is a testament of the mass that was made to participate in one of the biggest political gambles ever. Sure; nations were divided, treaties were signed, tanks were loaded, and armies were deported. But what the people went through, is what has carried the legacy due. We have all read enough about Gandhi, Nehru, Jinnah, the commission, India and Pakistan; it is now time to relieve the madness as citizens of the country. The essence of the play thrives on just one question, did the independence really set us free?
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Write Club Saturday General #215
Sat Aug 24, 3:00 PM
Write Club Hyderabad
Write Club Hyderabad helps you pen your thoughts, spill your mind and finally make an appointment with the writer in your head. We conduct free, weekly events that foster writing. Our Meetups aim at helping writers reach their goals in a supportive, collaborative, social setting. Writing doesn't have to be all by oneself. We welcome anyone who writes, regardless of genre, language or age. We have members writing novels, short stories, poetry, screenplays, essays, school reports and more. What we do, basically: One of the members of Write Club (anyone with a participation count over 2 consecutive meetups) hosts a session. They bring forth a theme and writing exercises. We all then write to the host’s prompts and guidelines for about an hour. Once we're done writing, we read out our write-ups (optional). We also exchange feedback and constructively critique each other's works. Entry is free, anyone with an interest in writing can walk in. Bring your writing devices and we’re all set! We promise to provide you with good coffee and a super-creative conversation. We have Write Club sessions every Saturday afternoon – 3 to 6 PM
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Remembering Khayyam, Music Dir
Sat Aug 24, 6:30 PM
Lamakaan
Khayyam, one of the doyens of Indian Music especially the Indian Film Music left this mortal world on 19th August 2019 leaving us in sorrow and grief. While his music created waves his simple personality was loved by all the filmdom people. Khayyam has left his treasure of music for the current and future generations to relish.

Lamakaan invites all to an evening of Remembering Khayyam and his rich legacy and contribution to the Indian Music followed by a screening of Umrao Jaan (1981).

Pre and post-screening discussion shall happen. The discussion is moderated by Chaya Mohan Babu, Publisher and an ardent fan of Khayyam's music and Indian Film Music in general.

About Khayyam: Mohammed Zahur "Khayyam" Hashmi, better known as Khayyam (18 February 1927 – 19 August 2019), was an Indian music director and background score composer whose career spanned six decades (1948–2007).

He won three Filmfare Awards for Best Music in 1977 for Kabhi Kabhie and 1982 for Umrao Jaan, and a lifetime achievement award in 2010. He was awarded the 2007 Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in Creative Music, by the Sangeet Natak Akademi, India's National Academy of Music, Dance and Theatre. He was awarded the third-highest civilian honour, Padma Bhushan by the Government of India for 2011.

ALL ARE WELCOME!

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Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
Sun Aug 25, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
On this Sunday morning through afternoon come and explore wide range of Organic Fruits, veggies & groceries Homemade Breads and other baked goods; Organic Lunch, Handicrafts and Handlooms, Handmade Jewelry, Terrace Gardening Corner, Creative Design Spaces. Every Sunday 10:30am - 1.30pm For details: 9642731329. Entry Free. All are Welcome.

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Queer Up! - Gender: In Progress
Sun Aug 25, 2:00 PM
Tashi Choedup
How do you know what your gender is? How do you know what someone else's gender is? What markers of gender (clothing, mannerisms, body type etc.) make someone's gender "evident"? From the time that our biological sex is mistaken for our gender identity, we are told what our gender is. We are never asked. We rarely even ask ourselves. What is your gender and what does it mean to you? 
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Film - Judgement at Nuremberg
Sun Aug 25, 6:00 PM
Hyderabad Cinephiles
MOVIE SCREENING BY HYDERABAD CINEPHILES "JUDGEMENT AT NUREMBERG"

DESCRIPTION - After the end of World War II, the world gradually became aware of the full extent of the war crimes perpetrated by the Third Reich. In 1948, a series of trials were held in Nuremberg, Germany, by an international tribunal, headed by American legal and military officials, with the intent of bringing to justice those guilty of crimes against humanity. However, by that time most of the major figures of the Nazi regime were either dead or long missing, and in the resulting legal proceedings American judges often found themselves confronting the question of how much responsibility someone held who had "just followed orders." Judgment at Nuremberg is a dramatized version of the proceedings at one of these trials, in which Judge Dan Haywood (Spencer Tracy) is overseeing the trials of four German judges -- most notably Dr. Ernst Janning (Burt Lancaster) and Emil Hahn (Werner Klemperer) -- accused of knowingly sentencing innocent men to death in collusion with the Nazis. DATE AND TIME- 25th AUGUST @ 18:00 HRS VENUE - LAMAKAAN , BANJARA HILLS, HYDERABAD
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SAPACC Event on Climate Change
Tue Aug 27, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan & SAPACC
SAPACC and Lamakaan are organizing a Panel Discussion on

What Hyderabadis can do at a local level to tackle Climate Crisis


on: 7 pm, Tuesday, 27 August

at: LaMakaan, Off Road 1, Near GVK Mall, Banjara Hills. Hyderabad 50003

Location on googlemaps: https://www.google.com/maps/! 1s0x0:0x93eb3b59aaa17977!8m2!


Panel: Dhiraj C. kaveri/Abhinandan Malhotra, Subhash Reddy, Anant Maringanti, Rambabu Intipanta/Ramanjaneyulu, GV, Dr. Sai Bhaskar N. Reddy & Sreekumar N

Chair: T Vijayendra


Introduction:Climate change is here! Like most mega cities on our planet Hyderabad also contributes to Global warming in a significant ways, which as we all know is a principal cause of climate crisis. As a result, on one hand, it has become unsustainable in many ways, on the other, it is also our responsibility to do something about it. We will take up air (bicycles and cars), rainwater harvesting, waste management, kitchen gardens and energy as topics. The panelists will give a brief introduction to what can be done and more importantly answer the crucial question why it has not been done so far!

Keep the climate, change the economy - A Panel Discussion

ALL ARE WELCOME!!!
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Sci-Fi Month - Gattaca (1997)
Wed Aug 28, 7:00 PM
Cinephiles Film Club
A genetically inferior man assumes the identity of a superior one in order to pursue his lifelong dream of space travel.
Director: Andrew Niccol
Writer: Andrew Niccol
Stars: Ethan Hawke, Uma Thurman, Jude Law

Movies Intro : 7:00 PM
Movies Starts at 7:10 PM
Post-Screening Discussion - 15 mins
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Rohingya Refugees in Hyderabad
Thu Aug 29, 5:00 PM
Lamakaan An Open Cultural Space
Rohingya Refugees in Hyderabad

Expelled from Myanmar after a military genocide against the Rohingya Muslim minority, many thousands of Rohingyas fled to Bangladesh and India as stateless refugees. This panel will present a brief analysis of the Rohingya refugee crisis and the situation of Rohingya communities in Hyderabad. Drawing partly on their work in a refugee camp in the area of Balapur, panelists will discuss the refugees’ socioeconomic conditions as well as relate these to the broader context of democracy and human rights.


Lateef Mohammed Khan is general secretary of Civil Liberties Monitoring Committee (CLMC). For twenty years he has been a leader in the promotion of human rights in India and equal legal protection for minorities.

Dr. Rafath Seema is the head of Nisa Research and Resource Centre for Women, which works under Civil Liberties Monitoring Committee. She has been working with refugees in Hyderabad, providing education and humanitarian relief.

Z. Fareen Parvez is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Massachusetts, USA. She has conducted long-term research among Muslim minorities in India and France.
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Book Launch & Discussion
Fri Aug 30, 6:30 PM
Nikhila H.
This is a Book Launch, and Discussion with the author. The book is a novel in English titled "Twice it Happened" published by Vishwakarma Publications. The author is Gita Viswanath, who will be in conversation about her book with Nikhila H.

About the Novel: Twice it Happened narrates the prodigious stories of two women across generations who carry secrets. The circumstances in which they reveal them and the consequences of their revelation form the plot of this family chronicle. Spanning nearly a century, the story is narrated in different but interlinked sections of the novel. Through dreams, voices, and visitations on her thirteen-day journey to the other world, the spunky Nagamma, also an imaginative storyteller reveals her secret to her niece, Jyothi, who is a disenchanted, weed-smoking university professor. Jyothi’s cousin, Chitra, the second protagonist, uses the epistolary mode to share her story of giving up her children; alongside her delightful yet subversive stories of life in an army cantonment.

These stories are interwoven with apocryphal stories of large, close-knit families, creating incredible narratives of women, relationships and desires. The novel is multi-layered in its complexity and draws upon the rich and diverse traditions of storytelling prevalent in our societies.

About the author: Gita Viswanath is the author of "The Nation in War: A study of Military Literature and Hindi War Cinema" as well as a children's book called Chidiya. She has taught English at school, college and university levels for 12 years.

About the discussant: Nikhila H. teaches in the Film Studies Department in The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad. She writes and researches on gender issues and on cinema.
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An evening with Chekov
Fri Aug 30, 8:30 PM
Kedar Subhedar
Unmasked theatre productions present to you An Evening with Chekov. Two of Anton Chekov's plays will be staged at 8pm on the 30th of August.

The first play, named The Seduction revolves around three characters. The protagonist (played by Utkarsh Singh), a single man who has a very peculiar hobby of seducing other men's wives, reconnects with his old friend Nikhil (played by Nikhil Madhekar) and his lovely wife Reeta(played by Shilkha Agarwal) because he finds Reeta attractive. The play then shows the after effects of a neglected marriage. A genuine need for romance in reeta's life. Nikhil's hearfelt friendship towards Sumit and Sumit's flawless seduction. How the protagonist uses this to his advantage is how the rest of this story plays out.

The second play named the surgery is laugh riot. Its two main characters, a dentist and a pastor come face to face when the Pastor has a root canal infection. How the dentist persuades the God fearing man into get his tooth removed is what makes up the rest of this rib tickling comedy.
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Audacious August
Sat Aug 31, 11:30 AM
Sameera
It's a workshop for self defense and women empowerment.
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Write Club Saturday General #216
Sat Aug 31, 3:00 PM
Write Club Hyderabad
Write Club Hyderabad helps you pen your thoughts, spill your mind and finally make an appointment with the writer in your head. We conduct free, weekly events that foster writing. Our Meetups aim at helping writers reach their goals in a supportive, collaborative, social setting. Writing doesn't have to be all by oneself. We welcome anyone who writes, regardless of genre, language or age. We have members writing novels, short stories, poetry, screenplays, essays, school reports and more. What we do, basically: One of the members of Write Club (anyone with a participation count over 2 consecutive meetups) hosts a session. They bring forth a theme and writing exercises. We all then write to the host’s prompts and guidelines for about an hour. Once we're done writing, we read out our write-ups (optional). We also exchange feedback and constructively critique each other's works. Entry is free, anyone with an interest in writing can walk in. Bring your writing devices and we’re all set! We promise to provide you with good coffee and a super-creative conversation. We have Write Club sessions every Saturday afternoon – 3 to 6 PM
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Economic crisis:effectsandcauses
Sat Aug 31, 6:30 PM
In Defense of Reason
It has been around a decade since the global economy plunged into crisis. The intensity of this crisis has deepened and it has expanded in this duration. It has impacted the lives and livelihoods of billions of people around the world in an unprecedented manner.

Now, after a decade of recession, the global economic crisis is deepening even further and developing countries like India are moving towards acute recession. Everyday, we hear the news of huge layoffs in auto sector and service sector, debt crisis in banking sector, closing down of big corporate companies, privatization of PSU's, diminishing sales of capital as well as consumer goods etc. All these will result in huge job losses, growing social insecurity and further widening of income disparity. Even big business owners have started showing concern about this precarious condition of the economy.

Make no mistake, this crisis is not just the usual dip in the business cycle, rather it’s systemic in nature. This crisis has yet again proved Karl Marx’s prognosis that capitalism is inherently crisis ridden system.

In order to properly understand the nature of this crisis, ‘In Defense of Reason’ is organizing a talk and a discussion.

We invite one and all to this important discussion.

Entry is free !
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Zindagi in Mardistan: Discussion
Sun Sep 1, 2:00 PM
Tashi Choedup
Whether one is queer or not, mardangi or masculinity is a notion that
troubles all - boys, trans children, girls, women, men, trans men and all
other genders. One either has to live upto it or endorse it or complement it. Not doing so attracts many sorts of censure, self-blame and sometimes, even explicit punishment from known and unknown quarters. What is it about being a mard that requires so much overseeing and societal control? What happens to all those who cannot or do not want to live upto and live in this mardistan? 

Tashi Choedup is a queer Buddhist monastic who enjoys messing up the
identitarian grids around gender and sexual identity. Having been active in the queer politics of Hyderabad they are currently studying Tibetan
Buddhist philosophy.

Aditya Raja is a queer programmer and a passionate, non-prominent LGBTQ activist who’s almost out of the closet.

Kanishka Narang has worked as a media professional for many years
and now is working with Bangalore Metro. He is a keen observer of
the changing discourse on masculinity in advertising and other
media.
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Duoz For world Peace and Harmony
Sun Sep 1, 7:30 PM
Sarod Music Ventures
Indian classical music is the most ancient form of art in India. It's surreal and sublime.The roots of the classical music of India are found in the Vedic literature and the ancient Natyashastra, the classic Sanskrit text on performance arts by Bharata Muni. There has been very rare and few occasions when Two different kind of classical musicians collaborated together on the same stage. This Ensemble project is one of those miraculous events in the history of classical music which we , the musicians try to infer upon. Let us take the opportunity to introduce a professional Classical,semiclassical Vocalist Pramith Ganguly and a Young Sarod Maestro Srinjoy Mukherjee. Pramith is a senior disciple of Shri.Kaushik Goswami (Disciple of Guru Pt.Ajoy Chakraborty) he's a professionally and musically trained singer in the fields of Nazrul Geeti, Rabindra Sangeet, Atulprosadi and other forms of music namely Bhajan,Ghazal,Geet ,Bangla Kheyal Other Than Hindustani classical vocal. He's coming to South India for concerts in the month of August With the very renounced and able young Sarod maestro Srinjoy Mukherjee who is a the master in his field and has immense knowledge in other sectors of music as well ,Srinjoy is the torch bearer of the Great Bangash Gharana . He's an Able disciple of Ut. Amaan ali Bangash the son of the global sarod icon Ud.Amjad ali khan sahb. They are collaborating for a Cause of World Peace and Harmony.
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Radical Equality Book Launch
Tue Sep 3, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan & Navayana
Navayana and Lamakaan present


Aishwary Kumar's

Public lecture: “Cruelty, Courage, and the Constitution: Ambedkar, Gandhi, and the Liberalisms of our Fear”
Kumar will inscribe the question of political courage and its antithesis—political cruelty—at the heart of the relation between Ambedkar and Gandhi. Ambedkar returns to us today, he argues, because his constitutionalism offers a searing insight into the complexity of human fear that liberalisms of our time have decisively failed to examine.

followed by a conversation with
K. Satyanarayana, Professor, EFLU

at Lamakaan
Off-Road 1, Near GVK Mall Banjara Hills Hyderabad 500034 Ph 9642731329

to celebrate the launch of the Indian edition of
Radical Equality
Ambedkar, Gandhi and the Risk of Democracy


‘Kumar is a writer in whose company Ambedkar’s spectres make forceful utterances’—Kalyan Kumar Das in his Foreword
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Rainwater Harvesting Mela
Sat Sep 7, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan & Hyderabad Urban Lab
The water need in the city is massive, and the city extracts groundwater for the same. With depleting groundwater levels and fluctuating climate conditions, the method, with hands on practical knowledge, promises to go a long way to help mitigate water shortage and maintain the water balance by collecting rainfall for future usage.

Hyderabad, with its topographic and underground water specifics, also requires to look at this method a lot more carefully. Applied questions such as how rainwater harvesting should be practiced or where is it viable to practice rainwater harvesting, are best answered by practitioners engaged with this technology through years of experience. The Rainwater Harvesting Mela intends to demonstrate locally developed means and processes of water harvesting that people in and around the city of Hyderabad have been using. Through this mela, we hope to disseminate reliable knowledge to capture rainwater that not only recharge local aquifers in an arid zone, but also reduce urban flooding by integrating rainwater harvesting as an integral means for Hyderabad’s annual flood control.


Join us on 7th September 2019, Saturday, from 10.00 am onwards to know more about doable and practical rainwater harvesting from resource persons who will be available on site. Stay tuned to this page for more updates, from time to time !
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K Circle Non Competitive Quiz
Sat Sep 7, 4:00 PM
K Circle
Non competitive quiz required for every first Saturday of the month.
Capacity ~ 50 members
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Ishq Mastana - by Vipul Rikhi
Fri Sep 13, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan & Vipul Rikhi
Ishq Mastana | Drunk on Love
Life and philosophy of Kabir, in story and song
by Vipul Rikhi

An introduction to the enigmatic, iconoclastic 15th century Bhakti-Sufi poet, Kabir, through storytelling, commentary, poetry and songs. The songs are in dialects of Hindi and the entire narration will be in English.

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Why Kabir?
Over 500 years after his lifetime, Kabir still speaks to our times. In simple, direct words, he addresses complex emotional and cultural issues, with deep insight and clarity. But who was Kabir? How and where did he live? What made him who he was? Was he just one person or has he become many? Exploring legends around his life, his poetry, the depth of his thought, and the beauty of the music that has sprung up around him, we take a journey into the heart of this unique phenomenon.

Vipul Rikhi is a poet, translator and singer, and a co-creator of Ajab Shahar, a forthcoming digital archive that celebrates the oral traditions of Bhakti, Sufi and Baul music and poetry. His work with Kabir Project includes extensive writings and translations in the area of mystic poetry, including forthcoming books. He is also the author of a novel and collections of poetry and short stories.

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