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Joint StatementonReplacing GO111
Wed Jun 29, 11:30 AM
Dr Lubna Sarwath,WICCI State President Telangana
Joint Statement on Replacing GO 111 with GO 69 -
Human Rights Forum, Telangana
WICCI State Water Resources Council, Telangana
Citizens for Hyderabad
Fridays for Future, Hyderabad
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Remembering Kieślowski Filmmaker
Wed Jun 29, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan
On the occasion of Kieślowski's 81st birth anniversary in June, Lamakaan remembers one of the finest film directors of his time.

About Kieślowski: Krzysztof Kieślowski (27 June 1941 – 13 March 1996) was a Polish film director and screenwriter. He is known internationally for Dekalog (1989), The Double Life of Veronique (1991), and the Three Colours trilogy (1993 –1994). Kieślowski received numerous awards during his career, including the Cannes Film Festival Jury Prize (1988), FIPRESCI Prize (1988, 1991), and Prize of the Ecumenical Jury (1991); the Venice Film Festival FIPRESCI Prize (1989), Golden Lion (1993), and OCIC Award (1993); and the Berlin International Film Festival Silver Bear (1994). In 1995, he received Academy Award nominations for Best Director and Best Writing.

In 2002, Kieślowski was listed at number two on the British Film Institute's Sight & Sound list of the top ten film directors of modern times. In 2007, Total Film magazine ranked him at No. 47 on its "100 Greatest Film Directors Ever" list.

***Film Title: Three Colours: Red| 1994 | 99 Minutes | French Subtitled in English***

Three Colours: Red (French: Trois couleurs: Rouge, Polish: Trzy kolory. Czerwony) is a 1994 romantic mystery film co-written, produced and directed by a Polish filmmaker Krzysztof Kieślowski. It is the final installment of the Three Colours trilogy, which examines the French Revolutionary ideals; it is preceded by Blue and White. Kieślowski had announced that this would be his final film, which proved true with the director's sudden death in 1996. Red is about the fraternity, which it examines by showing characters whose lives gradually become closely interconnected, with bonds forming between two characters who appear to have little in common.

Red was released to universal critical acclaim and was nominated for three Academy Awards, including Best Director for Kieślowski. It was also selected as the Swiss entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 67th Academy Awards, but was disqualified for not being a majority-Swiss production.

As of 2022, it is one of only two films to receive perfect ratings on both Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic, along with Fanny and Alexander.

SCREENING FOLLOWED BY DISCUSSION!

***ALL ARE WELCOME!!! ENTRY IS FREE & OPEN TO ALL!!!***
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World Social Media Day
Thu Jun 30, 4:00 PM
Chakrapani
Join us for the Social Media Day on June 30th, at Lamakaan, Hyderabad

Attend our 2 Hours Networking Meetup and Interact with Product Owners, social media professionals.

Social Media Day is an important day to celebrate not only as someone who is interested in the evolving medium, but also as an entrepreneur, as a marketer, as a student looking to create opportunities using Social Media.

Agenda for Social Media Day:-

We Invite all Social Media Professionals, / Start ups / Brands, etc to join Social Media Day to Interact with Product Owners, Startup Entrepreneurs.

Social Media Day is celebrated as an informal meeting, open discussion. Mainly we are looking for all seo, social media experts, digital marketing companies and freelancers to meet each other in a very informal setting.

people can start discussion on one topic and take initiative to speak for some time and lead the discussion

Bring all the questions you have in your mind and share with other members in the fraternity.From content writing to resource hunting to ROI, shoot all the problems you want to sort. You will definitely find answers.

Pitch your Business / validate your Go-To-Market strategy / Get Feedback.

This will help to get overview of the projects which could be interesting for them.

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Note :Introduction should be complete within 2 minutes to give opportunity for others.

Who you are | What you do | What you are looking for
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All who are into Digital Marketing are Welcome!!

Thank you, Chakri. WhatsApp @ 9985032005
7312
Natya Mruga Dwani
Sat Jul 2, 8:00 PM
Phalya Gudipudi
Natya Mruga Dwani

A Kuchipudi dance exposition for creating awareness about "Animal AdoptionScheme" of Nehru Zoological Park
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Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
Sun Jul 3, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan
Come & explore a wide range of Organic Fruits, veggies & groceries Homemade Bread, and other baked goods; Organic Lunch, Handicrafts, Handlooms, Handmade Jewelry, Terrace Gardening Corner, Creative Design Spaces, and many more things...

Every Sunday 10:30am - 1.30pm

Entry Free. All are welcome.

For details: 9642731329
7361
Discussion on recent arrests
Sun Jul 3, 2:00 PM
Sadiq
A seminar on the recent arrests of human rights defenders, journalists, activists all over the country.
7348
Na Cycle Prayanam
Sun Jul 3, 8:00 PM
B Studio, Hyderabad
Na cycle prayanam" Is a telugu adaptation of vijay tendulkar's Cyclewallah in Hindi, is one of the most outstanding plays authored by Vijay Tendulkar. Originally written in Marathi under the title ‘Safar’ it was later translated into English as The Cyclist.  The Cyclist was intended to be Tendulkar’s last play. It was his ultimate comment on himself and the reality surrounding him. The story is about a cycle journey by a middle age man and his experiences.
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Celebrating Jafar Panahi Films
Wed Jul 6, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan
Jafar Panâhi (Persian: جعفر پناهی, born 11 July 1960) is an Iranian film director, from east Azerbaijan province, screenwriter, and film editor, commonly associated with the Iranian New Wave film movement. After several years of making short films and working as an assistant director for fellow Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami, Panahi achieved international recognition with his feature film debut, The White Balloon (1995). The film won the Caméra d'Or at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival, the first major award an Iranian film won at Cannes.


Panahi was quickly recognized as one of Iran's most influential filmmakers. His films were often banned in Iran, but he continued to receive international acclaim from film theorists and critics and won numerous awards, including the Golden Leopard at the Locarno International Film Festival for The Mirror (1997), the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival for The Circle (2000), and the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival for Offside (2006). His films are known for their humanistic perspective on life in Iran, often focusing on the hardships of children, the impoverished, and women. Hamid Dabashi has written, "Panahi does not do as he is told—in fact he has made a successful career in not doing as he is told."


After several years of conflict with the Iranian government over the content of his films (including several short-term arrests), Panahi was arrested in March 2010 along with his wife, daughter, and 15 friends, and later charged with propaganda against the Iranian government. Despite support from filmmakers, film organizations, and human rights organizations around the world, in December 2010 Panahi was sentenced to six years in prison and a 20-year ban on directing any movies, writing screenplays, giving interviews with Iranian or foreign media, or leaving the country except for medical treatment or making the Hajj pilgrimage.[4] While awaiting the result of an appeal he made This Is Not a Film (2011), a documentary feature in the form of a video diary. It was smuggled out of Iran on a flash drive hidden inside a cake and shown at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. In February 2013 the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival showed Closed Curtain (Pardé) by Panahi and Kambuzia Partovi in competition; Panahi won the Silver Bear for Best Script. Panahi's subsequent film Taxi also premiered in competition at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival in February 2015 and won the Golden Bear, the prize awarded for the best film in the festival. In 2018 he won the Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Screenplay (tied) for 3 Faces; he was unable to leave Iran to attend the festival, so his daughter, Solmaz Panahi, read his statement and received the award on his behalf.

Film Title: The White Balloon | 1995 | 85 Minutes | Persian Subtitled in English


The White Balloon (Persian: بادکنک سفيد) is a 1995 Iranian film directed by Jafar Panahi, with a screenplay by Abbas Kiarostami. It was Panahi's feature-film debut as director. The film received many strong critical reviews and won numerous awards at international film fairs around the world including the Prix de la Camera d'Or at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival. The Guardian has listed this film as one of the 50 best family films of all time. The film is on the BFI list of the 50 films you should see by the age of 14.


The film was selected as the Iranian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 68th Academy Awards but was not accepted as a nominee. Iran unsuccessfully tried to withdraw the film from contention but the Academy refused to accept the withdrawal.

SCREENING FOLLOWED BY DISCUSSION!

*ALL ARE WELCOME!!! ENTRY IS FREE & OPEN TO ALL!*
7311
Mad House
Fri Jul 8, 8:00 PM
Rafia Sultana
Mad house is a total comedy stage show dealing with shared office spaces. It deals with various professionals under the same roof as startups and how an accident of one party ends up with another party in order to save their lives. It has music, comedy, and promises to entertain nonstop for an hour and a half.
This will be a ticketed event at Rs 150/- per person
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1947 to AK47, Hindi one act play
Sat Jul 9, 8:00 PM
Rangadhara The Theatre Stream
A story revolving around a Young Man who's disheartened, depressed distressed n tired of an unfair society that rewards corruption, so he is on a Mission to destroy / eliminate a sect of people as he believes that they are responsible for unfair practice of politics in the country. Does the transformation of his rebel mindset through an overnight conversation happens when he encounters with social worker? Does his anguish, frustrations turns into tranquility? Here's another gripping tale that speaks about the societal challenges being faced and needs to be spoken about with an open mind in a broad manner without giving any political colour / influence / air to it. Does he succeeds in his Mission of destruction or does the Social worker succeeds in her mission of reformation.
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Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
Sun Jul 10, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan
Come & explore a wide range of Organic Fruits, veggies & groceries Homemade Bread, and other baked goods; Organic Lunch, Handicrafts, Handlooms, Handmade Jewelry, Terrace Gardening Corner, Creative Design Spaces, and many more things...

Every Sunday 10:30am - 1.30pm

Entry Free. All are welcome.

For details: 9642731329
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Saste Jahaj ka Sapna
Sun Jul 10, 8:00 PM
Shriya Gupta
Din mei sapne dekhna, sapno ka pahaad etc. These are often terms used for
people who daydream. What would you if you can buy a small private jet at an affordable price?
A newspaper headline makes Abdul the protagonist dream about owning a private jet. This play
Saste Jahaj ka Sapna is a light hearted conversation between two friends Abdul and
Hassan,belonging to lower middle class, of saving funds to buy a private jet.
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The Golden Eye Opens
Tue Jul 12, 7:00 PM
Priya & S N Hasan
The James Webb Space Telescope was launched in December 2021 and is now all set to release its the first operational images on July 2022. The event is to showcase the telescope's powerful instruments and to preview the science mission to come.
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Celebrating Jafar Panahi Films
Wed Jul 13, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan
Jafar Panâhi (Persian: جعفر پناهی, born 11 July 1960) is an Iranian film director, from east Azerbaijan province, screenwriter, and film editor, commonly associated with the Iranian New Wave film movement. After several years of making short films and working as an assistant director for fellow Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami, Panahi achieved international recognition with his feature film debut, The White Balloon (1995). The film won the Caméra d'Or at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival, the first major award an Iranian film won at Cannes.

Panahi was quickly recognized as one of Iran's most influential filmmakers. His films were often banned in Iran, but he continued to receive international acclaim from film theorists and critics and won numerous awards, including the Golden Leopard at the Locarno International Film Festival for The Mirror (1997), the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival for The Circle (2000), and the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival for Offside (2006). His films are known for their humanistic perspective on life in Iran, often focusing on the hardships of children, the impoverished, and women. Hamid Dabashi has written, "Panahi does not do as he is told—in fact he has made a successful career in not doing as he is told."

After several years of conflict with the Iranian government over the content of his films (including several short-term arrests), Panahi was arrested in March 2010 along with his wife, daughter, and 15 friends, and later charged with propaganda against the Iranian government. Despite support from filmmakers, film organizations, and human rights organizations around the world, in December 2010 Panahi was sentenced to six years in prison and a 20-year ban on directing any movies, writing screenplays, giving interviews with Iranian or foreign media, or leaving the country except for medical treatment or making the Hajj pilgrimage.[4] While awaiting the result of an appeal he made This Is Not a Film (2011), a documentary feature in the form of a video diary. It was smuggled out of Iran on a flash drive hidden inside a cake and shown at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. In February 2013 the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival showed Closed Curtain (Pardé) by Panahi and Kambuzia Partovi in competition; Panahi won the Silver Bear for Best Script. Panahi's subsequent film Taxi also premiered in competition at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival in February 2015 and won the Golden Bear, the prize awarded for the best film in the festival. In 2018 he won the Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Screenplay (tied) for 3 Faces; he was unable to leave Iran to attend the festival, so his daughter, Solmaz Panahi, read his statement and received the award on his behalf.

Film Title: The Mirror | 1997 | 85 Minutes | Persian Subtitled in English

The Mirror (Persian: آینه Ayneh) is a 1997 Iranian film directed by Jafar Panahi, about a little girl trying to find her way home from school.



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Prem-a Bhang- Marathi Play
Sat Jul 16, 8:00 PM
Rangadhara The Theatre Stream
THE STORY REVOLVES AROUND TWO YOUNG PASSIONATE LOVERS FROM COLLEGE WHO COME TO THE TERMS OF COMPROMISE AND SACRIFICE THEIR LOVE BY PARTING AWAY FOR THEIR PARENT’S LOVE, FAMILY TRADITIONS & HONOUR.

ITS A ROLLER COASTER OF ROMANCE, HONOUR, TOUGH TIMES& JOYFUL MOMENTS.

THE PLAY REFLECTS A TEENAGER’S PERCEPTION AND ADMIRATION OF THEIR PARENTS BELIEFS & THE CULTURE INHERITED FROM THE FAMILY WHILE BEING IN A RELATIONSHIP.
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Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
Sun Jul 17, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan
Come & explore a wide range of Organic Fruits, veggies & groceries Homemade Bread, and other baked goods; Organic Lunch, Handicrafts, Handlooms, Handmade Jewelry, Terrace Gardening Corner, Creative Design Spaces, and many more things...

Every Sunday 10:30am - 1.30pm

Entry Free. All are welcome.

For details: 9642731329
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Prem-a Bhang- Marathi Play
Sun Jul 17, 8:00 PM
Rangadhara The Theatre Stream
THE STORY REVOLVES AROUND TWO YOUNG PASSIONATE LOVERS FROM COLLEGE WHO COME TO THE TERMS OF COMPROMISE AND SACRIFICE THEIR LOVE BY PARTING AWAY FOR THEIR PARENT’S LOVE, FAMILY TRADITIONS & HONOUR.

ITS A ROLLER COASTER OF ROMANCE, HONOUR, TOUGH TIMES& JOYFUL MOMENTS.

THE PLAY REFLECTS A TEENAGER’S PERCEPTION AND ADMIRATION OF THEIR PARENTS BELIEFS & THE CULTURE INHERITED FROM THE FAMILY WHILE BEING IN A RELATIONSHIP.
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Celebrating Jafar Panahi Films
Wed Jul 20, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan
Jafar Panâhi (Persian: جعفر پناهی, born 11 July 1960) is an Iranian film director, from east Azerbaijan province, screenwriter, and film editor, commonly associated with the Iranian New Wave film movement. After several years of making short films and working as an assistant director for fellow Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami, Panahi achieved international recognition with his feature film debut, The White Balloon (1995). The film won the Caméra d'Or at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival, the first major award an Iranian film won at Cannes.

Panahi was quickly recognized as one of Iran's most influential filmmakers. His films were often banned in Iran, but he continued to receive international acclaim from film theorists and critics and won numerous awards, including the Golden Leopard at the Locarno International Film Festival for The Mirror (1997), the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival for The Circle (2000), and the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival for Offside (2006). His films are known for their humanistic perspective on life in Iran, often focusing on the hardships of children, the impoverished, and women. Hamid Dabashi has written, "Panahi does not do as he is told—in fact he has made a successful career in not doing as he is told."

After several years of conflict with the Iranian government over the content of his films (including several short-term arrests), Panahi was arrested in March 2010 along with his wife, daughter, and 15 friends, and later charged with propaganda against the Iranian government. Despite support from filmmakers, film organizations, and human rights organizations around the world, in December 2010 Panahi was sentenced to six years in prison and a 20-year ban on directing any movies, writing screenplays, giving interviews with Iranian or foreign media, or leaving the country except for medical treatment or making the Hajj pilgrimage.[4] While awaiting the result of an appeal he made This Is Not a Film (2011), a documentary feature in the form of a video diary. It was smuggled out of Iran on a flash drive hidden inside a cake and shown at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. In February 2013 the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival showed Closed Curtain (Pardé) by Panahi and Kambuzia Partovi in competition; Panahi won the Silver Bear for Best Script. Panahi's subsequent film Taxi also premiered in competition at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival in February 2015 and won the Golden Bear, the prize awarded for the best film in the festival. In 2018 he won the Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Screenplay (tied) for 3 Faces; he was unable to leave Iran to attend the festival, so his daughter, Solmaz Panahi, read his statement and received the award on his behalf.

Film Title: The Circle | 2000 | 90 Minutes | Persian Subtitled in English


The Circle (Persian: دایره, romanized: Dâyere) is a 2000 Iranian drama film produced and directed by Jafar Panahi that criticizes the treatment of women in Iran. The film has won several awards, including the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 2000, but it is banned in Iran.

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*ALL ARE WELCOME!!! ENTRY IS FREE & OPEN TO ALL!*
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Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
Sun Jul 24, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan
Come & explore a wide range of Organic Fruits, veggies & groceries Homemade Bread, and other baked goods; Organic Lunch, Handicrafts, Handlooms, Handmade Jewelry, Terrace Gardening Corner, Creative Design Spaces, and many more things...

Every Sunday 10:30am - 1.30pm

Entry Free. All are welcome.

For details: 9642731329
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1947 to AK47, Hindi one act play
Sun Jul 24, 8:00 PM
Rangadhara The Theatre Stream
A story revolving around a Young Man who's disheartened, depressed distressed n tired of an unfair society that rewards corruption, so he is on a Mission to destroy / eliminate a sect of people as he believes that they are responsible for unfair practice of politics in the country. Does the transformation of his rebel mindset through an overnight conversation happens when he encounters with social worker? Does his anguish, frustrations turns into tranquility? Here's another gripping tale that speaks about the societal challenges being faced and needs to be spoken about with an open mind in a broad manner without giving any political colour / influence / air to it. Does he succeeds in his Mission of destruction or does the Social worker succeeds in her mission of reformation.
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Celebrating Jafar Panahi Films
Wed Jul 27, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan
Jafar Panâhi (Persian: جعفر پناهی, born 11 July 1960) is an Iranian film director, from east Azerbaijan province, screenwriter, and film editor, commonly associated with the Iranian New Wave film movement. After several years of making short films and working as an assistant director for fellow Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami, Panahi achieved international recognition with his feature film debut, The White Balloon (1995). The film won the Caméra d'Or at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival, the first major award an Iranian film won at Cannes.

Panahi was quickly recognized as one of Iran's most influential filmmakers. His films were often banned in Iran, but he continued to receive international acclaim from film theorists and critics and won numerous awards, including the Golden Leopard at the Locarno International Film Festival for The Mirror (1997), the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival for The Circle (2000), and the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival for Offside (2006). His films are known for their humanistic perspective on life in Iran, often focusing on the hardships of children, the impoverished, and women. Hamid Dabashi has written, "Panahi does not do as he is told—in fact he has made a successful career in not doing as he is told."

After several years of conflict with the Iranian government over the content of his films (including several short-term arrests), Panahi was arrested in March 2010 along with his wife, daughter, and 15 friends, and later charged with propaganda against the Iranian government. Despite support from filmmakers, film organizations, and human rights organizations around the world, in December 2010 Panahi was sentenced to six years in prison and a 20-year ban on directing any movies, writing screenplays, giving interviews with Iranian or foreign media, or leaving the country except for medical treatment or making the Hajj pilgrimage.[4] While awaiting the result of an appeal he made This Is Not a Film (2011), a documentary feature in the form of a video diary. It was smuggled out of Iran on a flash drive hidden inside a cake and shown at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. In February 2013 the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival showed Closed Curtain (Pardé) by Panahi and Kambuzia Partovi in competition; Panahi won the Silver Bear for Best Script. Panahi's subsequent film Taxi also premiered in competition at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival in February 2015 and won the Golden Bear, the prize awarded for the best film in the festival. In 2018 he won the Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Screenplay (tied) for 3 Faces; he was unable to leave Iran to attend the festival, so his daughter, Solmaz Panahi, read his statement and received the award on his behalf.

Film Title: Taxi | 2015 | 82 Minutes | Persian Subtitled in English

Taxi (full title Jafar Panahi's Taxi; Persian: تاکسی), also known as Taxi Tehran, is a 2015 Iranian docufiction starring and directed by Jafar Panahi. The film premiered in competition at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Golden Bear and the FIPRESCI Prize. In 2010, Panahi was banned from making films and traveling for 20 years, so his niece Hana Saeidi, who also appears in the film, collected the award on his behalf.


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Communal Harmony Film Festival
Thu Mar 1, 4:00 PM
Lamakaan Programming Team
Communal Harmony Film Festival - 28th February to 2nd March 2018 16 years ago on the morning of 27th February 2002 Godhra train burning accident occurred in which 59 people were killed. This event triggered massive violence and pogrom against Muslims in Gujarat, killing 2000 people. Many believe, ‘Godhara train tragedy’ was a conspiracy to attack minorities and consolidate the Hindu vote bank in the state. There were several commissions constituted to investigate Godhra and post Godhra carnage. The reports submitted by the commissions identified several criminals but nothing has been done to book them and bring justice to the victims of the communal riots. Post Godhara many sporadic to regular communal riots have taken place from Muzaffarnagar to Kasgunj etc and they keep happening in the name of cow slaughter, anti nationalism, religion, love jihad etc. This film festival tries to find the reasons why people of the same country are ready to slit the throats of each other in the name of religion, caste. India is a land of multi cultural diversity and plurality where communities have been living and managed to survive the test of time. Why is it that we are not being able to co-exist with harmony and peace in the recent times? Have we become pawns in the hands of political parties who can trigger riots anytime to gain undue advantage? What is the way out to deal these day to day increasing riots in the country? Can we understand the game of these vested interested and do not fall prey their cheap discourses which only promote hate and vengeance against communities? The aim of the festival is to protect the secular fabric of India and to sensitize masses on the issues of peace and harmony and to wither away the communal agenda of some political parties. ENTRY TO THE FESTIVAL IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL!!! Post screening of the films discussion will follow! 28th Febraury (Wednesday) - 6pm Film: Ram Ke Naam (In the name of God) (1992) Directed by Anand Patwardhan. Duration: 75 min. Language: Hindi (English subtitles) Synopsis: The film explores the campaign waged by the Hindu-nationalist Vishva Hindu Parishad to build a Ram temple at the site of the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, as well as the communal violence that it triggered. A couple of months after Ram ke Naam was released, VHP activists demolished the Babri Masjid in 1992, provoking further violence. The film earned Patwardhan a wide recognition, and received several national and international awards. 1st March (Thursday) - 4pm Film: Final Solution (2004) Directed by Rakesh Sharma. Duration: 210 min. Language: Gujrati, Hindi (English subtitles) Synopsis: Final Solution is a 2004 documentary film directed by Rakesh Sharma concerning the 2002 Gujarat pogrom in which both Hindu and Muslims are targeted in the state of Gujarat by political extremists. In order to rationalize their violence, Hindu extremists had made the claim that their actions were in fact a "spontaneous response" to the Godhra Train Burning incident on 27 February 2002. But as the film proceeds with victims continuing to come forward and share their experiences, a more unsettling possibility seems to emerge- that far from being a spontaneous expression of outrage, the anti-Muslim violence had been carefully coordinated and planned. An official estimate states that 254 Hindus and 790 Muslims were killed during the riots, with 223 more missing. The documentary consists mostly of interviews, with both Muslims and Hindus, of multiple generations, and both sexes, with different views regarding the causes, justifications and the actual events of the violence that occurred, as well as their prospects for the future. 1st March (Thursday) – 7.00pm Film: Kya Hua Iss Shehar Ko? (What Happened to This City?) (1986) Directed by Deepa Dhanraj. Duration: 95 min. Language: Dakhani, Telugu (English subtitles) Synopsis: A pioneering political work of contemporary relevance: Communal violence between Hindus and Muslims in 1984 forms the starting point for this film, whose complexity lends it immense political force. The film's historical perspective is provided by a thorough commentary, which gives the camera's particular presence the necessary depth and complexity. The mechanisms of political power struggles, the dynamics among those that hold power and the instrumentalisation of economic relations and urban poverty make for a striking analysis, uniquely anticipating the subsequent development of communalist conflicts and the politics of marginalization.

2nd March (Friday) – 4pm Film: Muzzafarnagar Baaqi Hai (2015) Directed by Nakul Singh Sawhney. Duration: 136 min. Language: Hindi (English subtitles) Synopsis: In September 2013, Muzaffarnagar and Shamli districts of Western Uttar Pradesh, India, witnessed one of India's worst ever pogrom since Indian Independence. More than 100 people were killed and close to 80,000 people were displaced. In the past, the two districts have seen relative harmony between Muslims and Hindus. What happened this time? 'Muzaffarnagar Baaqi Hai...' (Muzaffarnagar eventually...) straddles between various socio-political-economic dynamics in the areas that have been affected by the violence. This documentary speaks to a cross-section of people. While looking at the immediate violence and it's repercussions, it takes a journey around the many facets of the massacre- the question of a woman's 'honour', which becomes the biggest rallying point to instigate people, the way communal polarisation was orchestrated, the merging of caste identity politics within the larger political fold and the breakdown of the once powerful farmers' union - Bhartiya Kissan Union 2nd March (Friday) – 7.00pm Film: Who Killed Gandhi (2015) Directed by Anand Ramayya. Duration: 50 min. Language: English Synopsis: Who Killed Gandhi? is an investigation into assassin Nathuram Vinayak Godse, his mentor Vinakay Damodar Savarkar, and the murder of a man considered by many to be a saint and the father of modern India, Mahatma Gandhi. The story of the characters involved and muliple attempts on Gandhi's life reveal the complexities behind it, which have been cloaked in mystery and are only now coming to light. Gandhi's radical vision of a non-violent, multicultural society was in direct opposition to that of his opponents, inevitably leading to his violent death. What emerges is an epic battle of clashing ideologies set in a formative era that would define the world we live in today.
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Communal Harmony Film Festival
Fri Mar 2, 4:00 PM
Lamakaan Programming Team
Communal Harmony Film Festival - 28th February to 2nd March 2018 16 years ago on the morning of 27th February 2002 Godhra train burning accident occurred in which 59 people were killed. This event triggered massive violence and pogrom against Muslims in Gujarat, killing 2000 people. Many believe, ‘Godhara train tragedy’ was a conspiracy to attack minorities and consolidate the Hindu vote bank in the state. There were several commissions constituted to investigate Godhra and post Godhra carnage. The reports submitted by the commissions identified several criminals but nothing has been done to book them and bring justice to the victims of the communal riots. Post Godhara many sporadic to regular communal riots have taken place from Muzaffarnagar to Kasgunj etc and they keep happening in the name of cow slaughter, anti nationalism, religion, love jihad etc. This film festival tries to find the reasons why people of the same country are ready to slit the throats of each other in the name of religion, caste. India is a land of multi cultural diversity and plurality where communities have been living and managed to survive the test of time. Why is it that we are not being able to co-exist with harmony and peace in the recent times? Have we become pawns in the hands of political parties who can trigger riots anytime to gain undue advantage? What is the way out to deal these day to day increasing riots in the country? Can we understand the game of these vested interested and do not fall prey their cheap discourses which only promote hate and vengeance against communities? The aim of the festival is to protect the secular fabric of India and to sensitize masses on the issues of peace and harmony and to wither away the communal agenda of some political parties. ENTRY TO THE FESTIVAL IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL!!! Post screening of the films discussion will follow! 28th Febraury (Wednesday) - 6pm Film: Ram Ke Naam (In the name of God) (1992) Directed by Anand Patwardhan. Duration: 75 min. Language: Hindi (English subtitles) Synopsis: The film explores the campaign waged by the Hindu-nationalist Vishva Hindu Parishad to build a Ram temple at the site of the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, as well as the communal violence that it triggered. A couple of months after Ram ke Naam was released, VHP activists demolished the Babri Masjid in 1992, provoking further violence. The film earned Patwardhan a wide recognition, and received several national and international awards. 1st March (Thursday) - 4pm Film: Final Solution (2004) Directed by Rakesh Sharma. Duration: 210 min. Language: Gujrati, Hindi (English subtitles) Synopsis: Final Solution is a 2004 documentary film directed by Rakesh Sharma concerning the 2002 Gujarat pogrom in which both Hindu and Muslims are targeted in the state of Gujarat by political extremists. In order to rationalize their violence, Hindu extremists had made the claim that their actions were in fact a "spontaneous response" to the Godhra Train Burning incident on 27 February 2002. But as the film proceeds with victims continuing to come forward and share their experiences, a more unsettling possibility seems to emerge- that far from being a spontaneous expression of outrage, the anti-Muslim violence had been carefully coordinated and planned. An official estimate states that 254 Hindus and 790 Muslims were killed during the riots, with 223 more missing. The documentary consists mostly of interviews, with both Muslims and Hindus, of multiple generations, and both sexes, with different views regarding the causes, justifications and the actual events of the violence that occurred, as well as their prospects for the future. 1st March (Thursday) – 7.00pm Film: Kya Hua Iss Shehar Ko? (What Happened to This City?) (1986) Directed by Deepa Dhanraj. Duration: 95 min. Language: Dakhani, Telugu (English subtitles) Synopsis: A pioneering political work of contemporary relevance: Communal violence between Hindus and Muslims in 1984 forms the starting point for this film, whose complexity lends it immense political force. The film's historical perspective is provided by a thorough commentary, which gives the camera's particular presence the necessary depth and complexity. The mechanisms of political power struggles, the dynamics among those that hold power and the instrumentalisation of economic relations and urban poverty make for a striking analysis, uniquely anticipating the subsequent development of communalist conflicts and the politics of marginalization.

2nd March (Friday) – 4pm Film: Muzzafarnagar Baaqi Hai (2015) Directed by Nakul Singh Sawhney. Duration: 136 min. Language: Hindi (English subtitles) Synopsis: In September 2013, Muzaffarnagar and Shamli districts of Western Uttar Pradesh, India, witnessed one of India's worst ever pogrom since Indian Independence. More than 100 people were killed and close to 80,000 people were displaced. In the past, the two districts have seen relative harmony between Muslims and Hindus. What happened this time? 'Muzaffarnagar Baaqi Hai...' (Muzaffarnagar eventually...) straddles between various socio-political-economic dynamics in the areas that have been affected by the violence. This documentary speaks to a cross-section of people. While looking at the immediate violence and it's repercussions, it takes a journey around the many facets of the massacre- the question of a woman's 'honour', which becomes the biggest rallying point to instigate people, the way communal polarisation was orchestrated, the merging of caste identity politics within the larger political fold and the breakdown of the once powerful farmers' union - Bhartiya Kissan Union 2nd March (Friday) – 7.00pm Film: Who Killed Gandhi (2015) Directed by Anand Ramayya. Duration: 50 min. Language: English Synopsis: Who Killed Gandhi? is an investigation into assassin Nathuram Vinayak Godse, his mentor Vinakay Damodar Savarkar, and the murder of a man considered by many to be a saint and the father of modern India, Mahatma Gandhi. The story of the characters involved and muliple attempts on Gandhi's life reveal the complexities behind it, which have been cloaked in mystery and are only now coming to light. Gandhi's radical vision of a non-violent, multicultural society was in direct opposition to that of his opponents, inevitably leading to his violent death. What emerges is an epic battle of clashing ideologies set in a formative era that would define the world we live in today.
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PataChitra: Folklore & Painting
Sat Mar 3, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan Programming Team
Patachitra - An ancient Folk Art of story, song renditioning with the help of paintings - an audio visual art by Paschim Bangla's National awardee Ranjit (Bahar) Chitrakar and his group Jorana.

Patachitra - called Patam Katha in South is an ancient folk art mentioned in the Puranas and other early literature.

Patachitra, an ancient folk art , is appreciated by art lovers all over the world for its effortless style of drawings, colours, lines and space usage.

The word Patta in Sanskrit means a strip of cloth. The artists are called Patuas. Patuas do not just paint, they also sing as they unfurl the painting scroll to show it to the audience. These songs in Bengali are known as Pater Gaan. The songs are of wide variety ranging from traditional mythological tales and tribal rituals to stories based on modern Indian history and contemporary issues like protecting forests and public health. Patuas generally use natural colours, which they procure from various trees, leaves, flowers and clays.

The stories this evening are told by a generation of storytellers Bahar, Siraj and Sirajadullah.

They will narrate stories of Ramayan, Krishnaleela, Chandimangal, Manasamangal with the help of crawings done by themselves.

All are welcome. Entry - Free.
4707
Sawaal Jawaab
Sat Mar 3, 1:00 PM
Anusheela Chatterjee
An informal discussion with scientists, Sawaal-Jawaab is a public science outreach initiative of TIFR Hyderabad.
4904
Write Club Saturday General #142
Sat Mar 3, 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
4827
K-Circle Quiz Of The Month
Sat Mar 3, 5:00 PM
K-Circle Quiz Club
K-Circle's monthly quiz at Lamakaan. Open to all.
4696
Charleys Aunt
Sat Mar 3, 7:30 PM
Storyboard
Jack Chesney and Charley Wyekham are in love. They are desperate to find the most suitable means to declare their love to the beautiful Kitty Verdun and the adorable Amy Spettigue. Mr. Stephen Spettigue, Kitty's guardian and Amy's uncle, loathes the two boys profusely, and has found most effective method to bring an end to this problem, dashing the girls away to Scotland. Fortune favors them, as Old Spettigue is required to make a trip out of town before they leave for Scotland. The boys decide that it is now or never, they must profess their love but just then Charley gets a message from his Aunt, one that he has never met in person till now, is arriving the same day.

Will Old Spettigue return to play spoil sport to their plans? Will Charley's Aunt prove to be boon or bane? Come find out.
4867
PataChitra: Folklore & Painting
Sun Mar 4, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan Programming Team
Patachitra - An ancient Folk Art of story, song renditioning with the help of paintings - an audio visual art by Paschim Bangla's National awardee Ranjit (Bahar) Chitrakar and his group Jorana.

Patachitra - called Patam Katha in South is an ancient folk art mentioned in the Puranas and other early literature.

Patachitra, an ancient folk art , is appreciated by art lovers all over the world for its effortless style of drawings, colours, lines and space usage.

The word Patta in Sanskrit means a strip of cloth. The artists are called Patuas. Patuas do not just paint, they also sing as they unfurl the painting scroll to show it to the audience. These songs in Bengali are known as Pater Gaan. The songs are of wide variety ranging from traditional mythological tales and tribal rituals to stories based on modern Indian history and contemporary issues like protecting forests and public health. Patuas generally use natural colours, which they procure from various trees, leaves, flowers and clays.

The stories this evening are told by a generation of storytellers Bahar, Siraj and Sirajadullah.

They will narrate stories of Ramayan, Krishnaleela, Chandimangal, Manasamangal with the help of crawings done by themselves.

All are welcome. Entry - Free.
4964
A Date with Pulkit
Sun Mar 4, 1:30 PM
Sameer M
This is a closed private meet for the volunteers of Hyderabad.
4763
Open Day Workshop
Sun Mar 4, 3:30 PM
The Drama School Mumbai
The Drama School Mumbai conducts Open Day workshops in different cities from December to April every year. The purpose of Open Days is to create awareness about the school's Post Graduate Diploma in Acting and Theatre-making. The workshops are an opportunity to come and learn about the lives of our students from the people who know it best - our faculty and alumni.
4989
Various Dimensions of Aadhaar
Sun Mar 4, 4:30 PM
Lamakaan Programming Council
Aadhaar has been in the news for contentious reasons and our speakers will be analyzing various issues including supreme court hearings, privacy and mass surveillance concerns, security issues and associated vulnerabilities and exclusion resulting from authentication problems.

Speakers: Mr. Raghuram Godavarthi, Mr. Prashant Reddy and Mr. Srinivas Kodali.
4991
Quantum Indians
Sun Mar 4, 4:30 PM
Priya & Najam Hasan
The Quantum Indians is a compelling new film by Raja Choudhury that tells the story of 3 forgotten Indian scientists Satyendra Nath Bose, CV Raman and Meghnad Saha who revolutionized Physics and Indian Science in the early part of the 20th century by giving the world Bosons, the Raman Effect, the Saha Equation and India's first and only Nobel for Science. This will be followed by a short discussion on Indian Science.
4982
‘Dawson City: Frozen Time'
Sun Mar 4, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan Programming Team
When you see home-movie footage from, say, the 1940s, the images look old, but the people in them appear, more or less, to inhabit the same universe that we do. But when you see documentary footage from the late 19th century, it has an entirely different, slightly spooky not-of-this-world quality. Is it because of the primitive scratchy images? The more archaic visual-recording technology? No, it’s because the people in the images lack even a hint of the awareness of image-making technology. They have no media in their souls, and that marks them as pre-modern spirits.

“Dawson City: Frozen Time” is a one-of-a-kind curio of a movie that captures, through a collage of photographs, silent documentary footage, and pre-talkie Hollywood film, the story of a Canadian mining town from the 1890s up through the early decades of the 20th century. But it’s really telling the story of the birth of the modern age, and the remarkable thing is that the movie acquires the quality of a time machine. You don’t just watch “Dawson City.” You step into it to and draw back a magical curtain on the past, entering a world of buried memory that’s the precursor to our own.


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Israel: Farming Injustice
Tue Mar 6, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan
Farming Injustice - The impact of Israeli agro-tech in Telangana and Palestine.

Since the 90s Israeli corporations are involved in Telangana’s agriculture. Starting from the Kuppam project in the 90s to the so-called Centers of Excellence to be set up under the Indo-Israeli agricultural project and the recently announced trips for over 1000 agricultural state officials to Israel, ostensibly for training purposes, dozens of crores of public money fund Israeli projects in the state.

This dialogue with farmers from Palestine and Telangana wants to look at the impact of these state sponsored projects on farmers in the state and the Palestinian suffering from Israel’s agricultural policies, central to their dispossession and colonisation. It will relate experiences of struggle against Israel’s corporate takeover of agriculture in other regions of the world.

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An Evening of Surrealist Shorts
Wed Mar 7, 5:00 PM
CINEPHILES FILM CLUB
An Evening of Surrealist Shorts
Join us in exploring the origins of cinematic surrealism in France with this curated selection of shorts by pioneers such as Germaine Dulac, Luis Buñuel, Salvador Dali, Man Ray, and Jean Painlevé. It may surprise you to discover their audacity in pushing the limits of cinema has rarely, if at all, been equaled since.

Plan for the event:
1. Introduction to the films
2. Screening @5:10 pm sharp
3. Post screening discussion (15 minutes)
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Women in Resistance in Telangana
Wed Mar 7, 6:30 PM
Shubham and Meera Sanghamitra
Women in Resistance in Telangana- Movie Screening and Sharing of Experiences

Bharat Ke Nirmata- Women in Resistance (By Shubham with Media Collective, Delhi) is a film that documents the sharing of challenges, concerns, hopes and dreams of women who were and are part of many people's movements across India.

Through stories, poetry, music and dance, the women narrate their lived experiences of what made them who they are and their struggle with family, society, state, religion and patriarchy.

The event shall begin with the screening of this film be followed by a panel discussion with seven women from different people's movements from Telangana. Every speaker shall speak on three major themes- personal journeys and struggles, their experiences in the immediate political struggle that they are leading or are a part of, and their vision for life and the world.

The film runs for 52 minutes after which the panel members shall speak for ten minutes each followed by an hour long open floor for audience questions and discussions.
4990
Digital Security Training
Thu Mar 8, 3:00 PM
Software Freedom Law Center, India
Participants will be trained in the following areas.

1. Browsing Anonymously with Tor;
2. Using Encrypted communications platforms like Signal;
3. Using Email encryption;
4. Secure password management;

This workshop will follow a hands-on approach. Participants should bring their laptops and mobile devices.

More about workshop:

In the times of Big Data and Internet of Things, digital security has become more significant than ever. Data-driven private giants are rapidly collecting and analyzing vast amounts of personal data belonging to individuals. Every electronic device and service today has the ability to monitor its users’ activities in excruciating detail, spawning an entire industry that treats data as money. As corporations come up with new and inventive ways to monetize personal data, civil liberties such as the right to privacy are often left by the wayside.

In addition, there have been instances where cyber-attacks have compromised highly sensitive personal information on a very large scale (such as the attack on Equifax that leaked social security numbers), proving that cyber-security is no longer a niche area. Increasing reliance on the Internet and smart devices is exposing people to more cyber-security threats, and the problem will only be compounded as technology permeates ever deeper into daily lives.

In this scenario, it is a cause for concern that most users remain unaware of the privacy and security risks that they face on a daily basis, or the nature and extent of damage that stands to be done in consequence.

This 'Digital Security Training’ Workshop is an effort towards raising awareness in this regard and help building digital security of attendees.
4970
Screening Mardistan (Macholand)
Thu Mar 8, 6:00 PM
Films and Conversation on Sexuality and Gender
Who is a "real" man?
What are the qualities that he must posses?
What renders him "unmanly?

This screening is aimed at starting a collectively discussion about some of these questions.

Film: Mardistan (Macholand): Reflections on Indian Manhood
Dir: Harjant Gill
Duration: 30mins

Mardistan looks at conventions and conversations surrounding masculinity in Punjab through the articulations of four men.
Gurpreet is a father of twin girls. Tarun is the student who takes his romantic cues from Yo Yo Honey Singh. Dhananjay is a gay man who lives with his wife because if he divorced her, she would become a social outcast. Sandhu grew up hearing his father being called "namard" because he didn't hit Sandhu's schizophrenic mother.

This Screening and discussion is organized by Films & Conversations on Sexualities & Genders (FCSG), in partnership with Queer Campus Hyderabad (QCH) and Anveshi.
4977
Makhdoom (Music/Poetry)
Fri Mar 9, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan
Makhdoom, the revolutionary poet, lived in Hyderabad. A progressive writer, a poet of great sensitivity, a revolutionary with deep sensitivity.
Makhdoom’s thoughts and poetics are explored through his poems and ghazals by Hyderabad’s famous ghazal singer, Adnan Salem. The set includes his political poems, love ballads, and ghazals.

Performed by Adnan Salem
Directed by Prof Anwar Moazzam

ALL ARE WELCOME!!!
Entry Free and on first-come-first-served-basis
4967
SIGN YOUR WAY – BEYOND TALK
Sat Mar 10, 11:00 AM
Youth4Jobs Foundation and Lamakaan
2 DAY WORKSHOP IN INDIAN SIGN LANGUAGE (ISL)

Youth4Jobs Foundation and Lamakaan brings you an amazing first of its kind workshop to learn, practice and communicate: SIGN YOUR WAY IN INDIAN SIGN LANGAUGE.

Learn from experts the language of silence, expressions and feelings.

Learn Greetings, Household Things, Relationships, Days and Months in Indian Sign Language.

ARE YOU READY FOR THE SILENCE. Ssshhhh…………..

Prior registration compulsory.


4994
Write Club Saturday General
Sat Mar 10, 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
4941
Surabhi
Sat Mar 10, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan
Performance by the students of Sri. Suhas Shastri and Aradhana Karhade Shastri followed by Vocal recital by Sri. Suresh Karhade.

Suresh Karhade’s Hindustani Classical Concert
Suresh Karhade, son and disciple of Dr. N.K. Karhade is a master of khayal in Gandharva gharana. After a long hiatus, he returns to a performance that opens with a bada khayal. Suhas Sastry accompanies him on tabla and Rahul Deshpande on harmonium.
4985
Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
Sun Mar 11, 10:30 AM
lamakaan
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.

4968
SIGN YOUR WAY – BEYOND TALK
Sun Mar 11, 11:00 AM
Youth4Jobs Foundation and Lamakaan
2 DAY WORKSHOP IN INDIAN SIGN LANGUAGE (ISL)

Youth4Jobs Foundation and Lamakaan brings you an amazing first of its kind workshop to learn, practice and communicate: SIGN YOUR WAY IN INDIAN SIGN LANGAUGE.

Learn from experts the language of silence, expressions and feelings.

Learn Greetings, Household Things, Relationships, Days and Months in Indian Sign Language.

ARE YOU READY FOR THE SILENCE. Ssshhhh…………..

Prior registration compulsory.


4390
The Dennis Powell Collective
Sun Mar 11, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan
The Dennis Powell Collective is an ensemble of musicians based out of Hyderabad.
The band has been together for the past few years and are proud to be the only jazz band in town.
We cover jazz standards, a bit of funk and the occasional pop song.

We are:
Dennis Powell - piano/keys
Benjamin Christopher - Bass guitar
George Hill - Saxophone
Savio Powell - Guitar
Karthik Kalyan - Drums
Shakila - Vocals
4946
Chekka Bommalata: Burugupeta
Tue Mar 13, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan
Chekka Bommalata of Burugupeta Village, Telangana State
As part of 8th Anniversary Celebration, Lamakaan is organizing Traditional Wooden String Puppetry-Chekka Bommlata or Koyya Bommlata at Lamakaan.

Chekka Bommlata or Koyya Bommlata –String Puppetry is pride of Telangana State. At present two Mothe troupes-One from Ammapuram which is quite well known and second is Burugupeta (lesser known) perform it.

They belong to Beda Budiga Jangam Community. The uniqueness of this Budiga Jangam community is they are good singing, music rendition and in folk art forms. Buduga Jangam is an artistic community which has more than 24 sub communities along with Bommalalollu, Sarada Kala Rupamvalu, Kakipapala, Ganayeti, Mandhechchu, and so on.

However, Buduga is a percussion instrument associated with the narration of Jangam Kathas or Kathalu. This instrument is also known as Buduga, Budiga, Dikki,and Gummeta in Telugu. This Buduga Jangam community is the traditional narrators of stories from mythology, epics, and heroic tales of the region.

They also performed the obsequies rites to the saivites and in return were paid Beda or byada coin by them. So, they are also known as Beda Jangam or Beda Budiga Jangam. 8 Beda or Byada (this is how they pronounce it) is equal to Re-1/- and 16 Ek Anna equals to 8 Bydalu.

Basically, Budiga Jangaluvalu are wandering hunters and food gatherer. However, present generation is quite well educated and chosen alternative profession for livelihood.
Mothe Shankar who is the grandson of octogenarian Mothe Ramaswamy is a photographer and has his own studio. He is the troupe in charge of Burugupeta Bommalata. Along with him his brothers, cousins and his own son are receiving training from Mothe Yadagiri and Mothe Ramaswamy. They feel the pride of the art form resting with their family which is unique.

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A Kathak Dance Recital: RANG
Wed Mar 14, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan
Aakruti Kathak Kendra, Hyderabad is delighted to perform at the 8th anniversary of Lamakaan.

Kathak is derived from the Sanskrit word of Katha meaning story.
Kathak is a classical dance form originated in North India, it contains traces of Temple and ritual dances along with certain features of Persian dances.
Intricate footwork and spins, as well as abhinaya, the art of expression, are the highlights of Kathak.

The compositions are based on Traditional and Contemporary music.
The theme of Kathak dance recital is "RANG" where Blue symbolises Water, Green - The Earth, Yellow - sand and Red - Fire.

ENTRY FREE AND OPEN TO ALL on first-come-first-served-basis
4973
Ek Kahani Suno by Ratna Pathak
Thu Mar 15, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan
As part of Lamakaan's 8th Anniversary celebrations,
Ratna Pathak Shah performs Ismat Chughtai’s Mughal Bachcha. The performance will be followed by a discussion with her on the challenges of small and intimate theatre in contemporary India, the relevance of theatre and performance spaces.

All are welcome. Entry-free on first-come-first-served-basis.
4953
For Earth's Sake
Fri Mar 16, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan
For earth’s sake: soil health is human health by Sultan Ahmed Ismail

The dynamic nature of a soil is due to the tremendous activity of micro and macro organisms supported by availability of organic matter. It is this life in the soil that lends its name to the soil as living soil. A vast number of organisms engineer a myriad of biochemical changes as the decay of organic matter takes place in the soil. Among the organisms, which contribute to soil health, the most important are the earthworms. Based on continuous research on earthworms made me write “earthworms are the pulse of the soil, healthier the pulse, healthier the soil”.

The soil is a living dynamic system whose functions are mediated by diverse living organisms which in agriculture requires proper management and conservation. Unfortunately, in today’s chemical agriculture, importance is shown on soil fertility and not on the holistic soil health which provides an integrated sustainable mechanism to the soil to sustain its “living” fabric of nature.
Prof. Sultan Ismail will talk about the myriad of soil organisms, earthworms are one of the most vital components of the soil biota in terms of soil formation and maintenance of soil structure and fertility.

About Sultan Ahmed Ismail: Sultan Ahmed Ismail is an Indian soil biologist and ecologist. His work has centred on techniques for recycling biodegradable waste into fertilizer using local varieties of earthworms, and on soil bioremediation.

Ismail received a D.Sc. in Zoology from the University of Madras in 2001 for his research on the role of earthworms in soil ecology and waste management. He is also the Managing Director of the Ecoscience Research Foundation.

Entry Free. Open to all on first-come-first-served-basis.
4943
HANDBUILDING POTTERY
Sat Mar 17, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan
HANDBUILDING POTTERY workshop by Akila Chungi.
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Write Club Saturday General
Sat Mar 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
4948
Tales of a fly and human
Sat Mar 17, 4:00 PM
Anusheela Chatterjee
Sawaal Jawaab is a popular science discussion series. The speaker of this session is Dr. Manish Jaiswal, biologist from TIFRH.
4974
Digital Media 4 Democratic India
Sat Mar 17, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan
As part of Lamakaan's 8th Anniversary celebrations,
Rajdeep Sardesai and Sagarika Ghosh, well known journalists and authors speak about the role of digital media in sustaining democracy in India. The open format discussion will range on the challenges, opportunities of digital media, issues of censorship, freedom and liberty that have become central in recent times.
Entry Free and Open to All on first-come-first-served-basis
4944
Urbansketchers Sketching Gallery
Sun Mar 18, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan
As part of Lamakaan 8th Anniversary celebration Urbansketchers will be hosting a gallery of their curated sketches from all sketch walks that happened in 2017, from 9th March to 18th March 2018.
On 18th March Urbansketchers will have there workshop.
Come down to check Hyderabad and its colours from the eyes of Urbansketchers. Showing the world one drawing at a time

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Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
Sun Mar 18, 10:30 AM
lamakaan
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.

4942
From TV to Politics
Sun Mar 18, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan
Raghuram the TV producer, is famous for his shows at MTV and particularly the show MTV Roadies. From Roadies to his web-series to finally joining the AAP and taking up politics, his has been a long journey. He talks about his life experiences, his works, his politics and future directions.

Entry Free and Open to all on first-come-first-served-basis
4868
Secular Hindustani Poetry&Music
Tue Mar 20, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan
Secular and Traditional Hindustani Music and Poetry by Prof Subendu Ghosh

Prof. Subendu Ghosh takes us on a musical journey through India’s secular traditions of Amir Khusro, Kabir, Tansen, Bulle Shah, Lalan Faqeer, Nazeer Akbarabadi, Tagore, Faiz, Ramprasad Bismil and others. Composed and sung by Subendu, this is a performance of sheer breadth of traditions covered in an evening.

This is a presentation to remind ourselves as we pass through a difficult period of communal tensions and violence, about India’s secular commitment. The people of India have lived in peace and harmony over the ages. Despite differences in religions, they have all contributed to build a very rich and composite culture, and this is beautifully reflected in our literature and music.
This programme is a musical journey through India’s traditions of secular poetry, in a historical order beginning from the 13th century to the present day. Most of the music is composed and sung by Dr. Subhendu Ghosh and is based on Hindustani ragas or other musical forms including the traditional folk songs. The narrative includes a number of historical personalities like Hazrat Amir Khusro, Kabir, Mian Taan Sen, Bulle Shah, Lalan Faqir, Nazeer Akbarabadi, Ramprasad Bismil, Faiz Ahmed Faiz and Rabindranath Tagore.
This is a small effort to highlight the poetic genius of our Indian poets and pay our tribute to those who dedicated their lives to a Secular India.

Entry Free and Open to all on first-come-first-served-basis
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Creative Hyderabadis Meetup
Thu Mar 22, 7:00 PM
Nina Cherla
CREATIVE HYDERABADIS is aimed for all the creative spirits out there. The musicians, the writers, the artists, the actors, the designers. Anyone who love to express themselves through art, whatever form it may be.

During this very first meetup we will introduce ourselves, discuss what the aims for the group should be, how we can grow and thrive and share ideas on how to utilize the potential of the group to the fullest. In the future we are hoping to create seminars with specific themes, inviting members of the group to share knowledge on their expertise. During this first meetup we can ask whether there are people interested in facilitating such events, decide frequency and look at possible dates.

In short:

Let’s meet up, let’s exchange ideas and experiences. Let’s make friends and maybe even new exciting projects.
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KAHANIWALA - TWO SHADES
Fri Mar 23, 6:00 PM
Suhas Bhatnagar
Storytelling by two generations. difference shall be well evident in the two stories. No one can claim the stories are written, stories are conceived and stories are the best creations of the writer.
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Prarambh - 3 short plays
Fri Mar 23, 8:00 PM
Kissago
A collection of 3 short plays

"Hawalalat" Written By Sarveshwar Dayal Saxena, Directed by Subhash GuptaHawalaat’, revolves around the story of three youth who have no place since nobody was ready to offer them the shelter and they thought it proper to have the same in a police lock-up. For this they approached a police cop as criminals. In the beginning the cop is not ready to believe in them and asks them to establish their credentials by demonstrating their expertise and past accomplishments in the word of crime. To avoid them, the cop agrees to take them to the lock-up (Hawalaat) after tying their eyes. On the way they talk about political, ideological and social aspects of life and try to explain to the policemen how, like them he is also a mere pawn in the larger system, but he is not convinced. Instead of taking them the police station, the cop keeps them moving at one cross satire on the exploitation of the youth by the people sitting at the helm of affairs. The cop symbolizes the politicians of this country who have been be fooling the youth since Independence. In a highly intellectual manner the playwright has tried to expose the exploitation of the most energetic age group of the country.

"Marnoprant" written by Surendera Verma, directed by Jay Jha revolves around a triangular love story. The playwright unfolds the whole episode after the death of a young lady whose husband and the lover meet for the first time. Their encounter reveals the minute intricacies of man-woman relations and frustrations of extra marital affairs. Both embarrass each other by revealing the intimate moments they shared with the young lady. The dramatic action becomes even more interesting when it is shown that the husband comes to know about the relation after the death of his wife.

"Banerjee Babu", Written by Avinash Matta, Directed by Jay Jha - Nobody loves him, nobody cares for him. They only remember him when they need him to do some work. He is lonely. All he needs is a hug. Will you give it to him?

Cast : Jay Jha, Abhijeet Deshpande, Shailja Chaturvedi, Harshit Maheshwari, Bob Christo, Yaseen Sarwat, Gnandeep Patlola, Rohit Chouhan

Passes - 150/-
Contact - 9700074079
4960
Functional Art
Sat Mar 24, 10:30 AM
Maria Clara
A workshop to introduce do it yourself functional art.
Making of a bookshelf and painting art.
5004
Write Club Saturday General
Sat Mar 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
4987
The Life of Full-Time Travel
Sat Mar 24, 4:30 PM
Jatin Adlakha
Beyond the new age eye appeasing world of Instagram and Facebook lies the state of deeper connections, feelings and emotions, and experiential travel. Having chosen the life of full-time Travel, I will be sharing some beautiful experiences and tales from the road, and suggest how we can have enriching experiences on our travels.
5059
Relevance of Bhagat Singh Today
Sat Mar 24, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan Programming Team
The relevance of Bhagat Singh Today - An Interactive Discussion with Students

Speakers:
Wahid, Poet
Devi, Cultural Activist

On the occasion of Bhagat Singh's Death Anniversary, Lamakaan and Telangana Vidyarthi Vedika cordially invite one and all to an important discussion on the relevance of Bhagat Singh today. With the fascists forces gaining political power and spreading like a virus in the country, it becomes all the more necessary to recollect the sacrifice and message of Shaheed Bhagat Singh.

Bhagat Singh was born in Punjab, India (now Pakistan), on September 27, 1907, to a Sikh family deeply involved in political activities. He quit school at thirteen to devote his life to Indian independence. He became involved in several violent demonstrations of political defiance and was arrested several times. Singh was found guilty of killing a British police officer and hanged on March 23, 1931.

ENTRY FREE AND OPEN TO ALL!!!
5065
Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
Sun Mar 25, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan
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.

4911
Blood Donation camp 4 Thalasemia
Sun Mar 25, 11:00 AM
Shaik Irfan
Tears of mother cannot save a life but your blood can be a DONOR a chosen 1.. HUMANITY FOUNDATION: Foundation started to help the poor, the needy with all the passions to make their life a fruitful one, like blood donation, food, clothing, helping them to earn their living, nurturing their life by grooming them to be self-employed i.e, training them skills like stitching etc. humanity foundation organizing an event :Blood Donation camp when you give blood you give another chance to laugh, hug, party, celebrate the moments of BEING ALIVE!!! Thalassemia: A disease in which blood cannot produce adequate amount of hemoglobin. In normal body where Red Blood Cells survive for 120 days in this disease the survival span of Red Blood Cells is decreased and they die rapidly. Survival of these Red Blood Cells depends upon blood transfusion and costly medicines In our country this Disease has become very common and the term Thalassemia denotes Beta Thalassemia you don't need to be a doctor to save life, be a donor serving a NOBLE CAUSE
4981
Screen tables - Film meet up.
Sun Mar 25, 3:30 PM
G Sarath Chandra
Let us all come together and discuss about films,with you we'll be exploring several aspects of film making like Acting, Genre Writing, Oscars and more weekly.The Acts(II) help us to know what you think? And what we need to think about? So, join us this Sunday if you're interested!
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Super Sunday
Sun Mar 25, 5:00 PM
Lamakaan
Workshop by Vaishali Bisht.

Film, Theater, Stories and more.

Lamakaan in association with Chota Bioscope brings this supper Sunday.

Registrations: Rs 100/-
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Corporatization of Education
Sun Mar 25, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan Programming Team
Student’s suicides in the context of Corporatization of Education
Speakers : Prof Laxminarayana, Prof Kaseem

Almost 26,500 students committed suicide in the country between 2014 and 2016 as per the official statistics that are recently disclosed by a Rajya Sabha member. Prof Laxminarayana will be speaking at length about the issues pertaining to corporatization and commodification of education. Parents of suicided students will attend the event and share their views.

ALL ARE WELCOME!!!
4927
auditions/ casting
Tue Mar 27, 10:30 AM
kishore sarella
auditions for the movie," one hell of a night"
5010
A talk series on "CASTE" DAY1
Tue Mar 27, 6:30 PM
IN DEFENSE OF REASON
Indian society continues to be characterized by the barbaric caste system even in 21st century. In times of fascism, caste question has emerged on the national agenda with a renewed emphasis as evident in the wake of some recent incidents such as the institutional murder of Rohith Vemula, Una episode and Bhima Koregaon violence. However, the nature of caste system in modern capitalist era is not the same as the one that prevailed in feudal medieval India or in pre-feudal ancient India. As against the widespread belief, caste system has not remained static throughout history. There have been both temporal and spatial variations. The caste structure in south India is not exactly same as that in north India. The relation between caste and class has also evolved over a period of time. These complexities need to be grasped in order to move towards annihilation of caste. Without having a concrete understanding of the origin, evolution and spatio-temporal variations of caste, no project of annihilation of caste can be devised. Also, it is important to have a critical look at the efforts made in the past towards the annihilation of caste including the anti-caste movements of Ayyankali, Phule, Periyar, Ambedkar and the communist movement. It is because of this reason that Lamakaan is conducting an extensive 3-day long talk series on “Caste: origin, evolution and proposed program for its annihilation”. The talk will be delivered by Abhinav Sinha who is a Marxist theorist and activist. Abhinav has carried out extensive research and study on caste system. The sessions would be organized as follows:

Day 1. Origin and evolution of caste

Day 2. Critical appraisal of the anti-caste movements of Ayyankali, Phule, Periyar, Ambedkar

Day 3. Marxism and caste question

On each day, the talk will be followed by an interactive session.
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audions
Wed Mar 28, 10:30 AM
kishore sarella
for the film," One Hell of a night"
5011
A Talk series on “CASTE" DAY 2
Wed Mar 28, 6:30 PM
IN DEFENSE OF REASON
Indian society continues to be characterized by the barbaric caste system even in 21st century. In times of fascism, caste question has emerged on the national agenda with a renewed emphasis as evident in the wake of some recent incidents such as the institutional murder of Rohith Vemula, Una episode and Bhima Koregaon violence. However, the nature of caste system in modern capitalist era is not the same as the one that prevailed in feudal medieval India or in pre-feudal ancient India. As against the widespread belief, caste system has not remained static throughout history. There have been both temporal and spatial variations. The caste structure in south India is not exactly same as that in north India. The relation between caste and class has also evolved over a period of time. These complexities need to be grasped in order to move towards annihilation of caste. Without having a concrete understanding of the origin, evolution and spatio-temporal variations of caste, no project of annihilation of caste can be devised. Also, it is important to have a critical look at the efforts made in the past towards the annihilation of caste including the anti-caste movements of Ayyankali, Phule, Periyar, Ambedkar and the communist movement. It is because of this reason that Lamakaan is conducting an extensive 3-day long talk series on “Caste: origin, evolution and proposed program for its annihilation”. The talk will be delivered by Abhinav Sinha who is a Marxist theorist and activist. Abhinav has carried out extensive research and study on caste system. The sessions would be organized as follows:

Day 1. Origin and evolution of caste

Day 2. Critical appraisal of the anti-caste movements of Ayyankali, Phule, Periyar, Ambedkar

Day 3. Marxism and caste question

On each day, the talk will be followed by an interactive session.
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audions
Thu Mar 29, 10:30 AM
kishore sarella
for a film," One hell of a night".
5012
A Talk series on “CASTE" DAY 3
Thu Mar 29, 6:30 PM
IN DEFENSE OF REASON
Indian society continues to be characterized by the barbaric caste system even in 21st century. In times of fascism, caste question has emerged on the national agenda with a renewed emphasis as evident in the wake of some recent incidents such as the institutional murder of Rohith Vemula, Una episode and Bhima Koregaon violence. However, the nature of caste system in modern capitalist era is not the same as the one that prevailed in feudal medieval India or in pre-feudal ancient India. As against the widespread belief, caste system has not remained static throughout history. There have been both temporal and spatial variations. The caste structure in south India is not exactly same as that in north India. The relation between caste and class has also evolved over a period of time. These complexities need to be grasped in order to move towards annihilation of caste. Without having a concrete understanding of the origin, evolution and spatio-temporal variations of caste, no project of annihilation of caste can be devised. Also, it is important to have a critical look at the efforts made in the past towards the annihilation of caste including the anti-caste movements of Ayyankali, Phule, Periyar, Ambedkar and the communist movement. It is because of this reason that Lamakaan is conducting an extensive 3-day long talk series on “Caste: origin, evolution and proposed program for its annihilation”. The talk will be delivered by Abhinav Sinha who is a Marxist theorist and activist. Abhinav has carried out extensive research and study on caste system. The sessions would be organized as follows:

Day 1. Origin and evolution of caste

Day 2. Critical appraisal of the anti-caste movements of Ayyankali, Phule, Periyar, Ambedkar

Day 3. Marxism and caste question

On each day, the talk will be followed by an interactive session.
4951
auditions
Fri Mar 30, 10:30 AM
kishore sarella
auditions for an upcoming telugu film
4952
auditions
Sat Mar 31, 10:30 AM
kishore sarella
auditions for an upcoming telugu film
5005
Write Club Saturday General
Sat Mar 31, 3:30 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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Spring Fest- Two plays
Sat Mar 31, 3:30 PM
Books n More,Library and Activity Centre
Books n More , Library and Activity Centre , proudly present two plays - Rumble in the Jungle presented by our Children's theatre workshop participants and another play presented by our Super Mom's theatre workshop participants .
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We are Theatre
Sat Mar 31, 7:30 PM
MANCH THEATRE
We are Theatre is a production of MANCH THEATRE on the Occasion of WORLD THEATRE DAY. This Production includes a hindi comedy play, PANCH LAKH KA HAWAYI JAHAAJ and an English play Superman & his wife.

PANCH LAKH KA HAWAYI JAHAAJ is an Adaption of KM Misra's saste hawayi jahaaj which deals with the mentality of Middle class person who wants to buy an Aeroplane after reading in Newspaper that is available for just 5 L rupees.

Superman & his wife is an English play an unknown Australian Writer. This Play is about the Tenous nature of ownership of our pasts, our relationships
Email Description: We are Theatre is a production of MANCH THEATRE on the Occasion of WORLD THEATRE DAY. This Production includes a hindi comedy play, PANCH LAKH KA HAWAYI JAHAAJ and an English play Superman & his wife.

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