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1st June

Time - 07:00 pm

TALK - Dacoits, Illegal Mining And Temple Conservation In Chambal Valley by K.K. Muhammed, Director General Monuments (North), Archaeological Survey of India Collab: Draupadi Trust

       
  2nd June
Time - 0
7:00 pm

PANEL DISCUSSION - Jugaad Innovation: Think Frugal, Be Flexible, Generate Breakthrough Growth by Navi Radjou, Jaideep Prabhu & Simone Ahuja Jugaad Innovation argues that the West must look to emerging economies, and especially places like India, for a new approach to frugal and flexible innovation. For it is here that jugaad is leading to dramatic growth and, the authors argue, if Western companies can adopt jugaad innovation they stand the best chance of success in our hypercompetitive world. Collab: Random House

       
  3rd June
Time - 07:00 pm

TALK - What Is Truth? How Do We Recognize It? And The Spiritual Significance of Thought Collab: The Sphatik Mission

 
       
  4th June
Time -
6:30 pm

LEC DEM - Bharatanatyam exponent Dr.Padmaja Suresh speaks on Science Of Tantra And Art Of Natya- A Co-Relative Study

       
  5th June
Time - 0
7:00 pm

DOC FILM & PANEL DISCUSSION - The Lost Forest (Eng/2012/20mins) Dir.Ishani K. Dutta A sacred grove that held in its heart secrets of a bygone era. A forest of conflicts, which tradition named Mangerbani. Whether it could be defined as a forest became a big bone of contention. The Manger Draft Development Plan 2031 permits 22 kinds of real estate activities to happen inside a green belt of Aravallis, which is in stark contrast to the Regional Plan 2021 for NCR. Maybe that’s because land comes at a premium here, because if it is not a forest there’s no need to conserve it; because developers are waiting to pounce on it, and they mean big money. The fate of Mangerbani seems to be already sealed. It’s already a lost forest; a forest that isn’t there. Followed by a panel discussion. Panelists: Chetan Aggarwal, Ecologic Researcher; R. P. Balwan, Ex-Forest Official, Haryana; Pradip Krishen, Environmentalist & Author; Tykee Malhotra, Founder Samsara & Sarvadaman Oberoi, Mission Gurgaon Development Collab: Carrot Films

       
  6th June
Time - 0
7:00 pm

DOC FILM - Pedal Soldier Of India (Hindi/2011/28mins) Dir.Kaukab & Raza. The rickshaw has always been a source of political and ideological debate. They are seen from the outside as being exploited but the rickshaw-wallas do not necessarily share the same opinion. The movie meanders around the issues of rickshaw-waalas, especially their livelihood and role with commuters. It also reflects upon the sociology of India with a focus on its democracy, drawing analogies from its roads. Screening followed by panel discussion on Innovations In Rickshaw Economy Panelists: Rajendra Ravi, Director, Institute of Democracy and Sustainability; Navdeep Asija, Founder Eco-Cabs; Ravee Ahluwalia, Founder, Patiala Green Cabs. Rickshaw drivers will also be present on the occasion to share their experiences. Collab: Indian Youth Climate Network

       
  6th June
Time - 0
7:00 pm

BOOK LAUNCH - How To Write TV News by Ravi Khanna, veteran radio and TV personality & former Bureau Chief with Voice of America Collab: Impresario Asia

 
       
 

7th June
Time - 0
7:00 pm

TALK - Dr. (Col.) Anil Dhall, Director of Cardiology, DHLI, speaks on You & Your Heart Collab: Delhi Heart & Lung Institute

       
  8th June
Time -
07:00 pm

TALK - The Republic Of Science: New Vistas At Sixty Collab: Centre for Philosophy & Foundations of Science

       
  9th June
Time - 0
7:00 pm

BOOK LAUNCH - Shambhalla Sojourn Volume I - Rising Of The Light by Nishant Sharma The book is channeled through Nishant by Maharishi Bhrigu himself from another realm, over a one month period in a series of channeling sessions & it is the first in the series of seven books. In this book we are taken on a journey through Light and taught what Light actually means? Enlightenment means Living in the Light. The book shows us simple yet practical Laws of Light and how we can best use it in our everyday lives in order to live in and eventually become one with the Light. 

     
  9th June
Time - 0
7:00 pm

 

FILM - Filmbooth First Cut- Short Films Premier. The Identities (Hinglish/2012/13mins) Dir.Aasmaan Vishal Bharadwaj. Cast: Vivaan & Kalki Koechlin Shyam Raat Seher (Hindi/2011/23mins) Dir.Arunima Sharma National Award winning short film and winner of the Swarna Kamal for Best Direction. Followed by other titles in short films.

     
 

10th June
Time - 11:00 am

IHC WALK - The Elephant In The Dark Devi Art Foundation presents works of fifty-two contemporary Iranian artists from the Lekha and Anupam Poddar Collection. Curated by Amirali Ghasemi. Reha Sodhi, assistant curator will conduct the walk. Please contact the Programme Desk for registration and details.

     
  11th June
Time -
07:00 pm

TALK - Anger Genesis, Effects And Remedy by Prof. (Dr.) M. P. Shrivastava, Senior Consultant (Medicine), Max Health Care

     
  14th June
Time - 0
7:00 pm

DOC FILM - A Prayer For Aliayah (Hindi/Thadou-Kuki/English/2012/30mins) Dir.Zorawar Shukla In a remote corner of North East India, 7,500 tribal Kuki-Chin-Mizo believe that they are the descendants of the Lost Tribe of Menasseh. Having lost all written records of their history, they are faced with the considerable task of having to prove themselves as Jews before being allowed to migrate to Israel. Relentlessly determined and eternally hopeful, they dream to end their 2,500-year exile and return to the Promised Land of their forefathers. A Prayer For Aliyah gives an insight into the lives of three Manipuri Jews living in a turbulent, neglected part of the country where their steadfast belief and strict practice of Orthodox Judaism offers them a glimpse of a better life. The director will be present for an interaction with the audience post screening.

 
       
 

15th June
Time -
07:00 pm

DOC FILM - Cinemaghar Premieres Cinematheque III Dir.Arun Kuckreja A cinematic quartet comprising Prodigy (Eng/22mins), a film inspired by the “God of cricket” Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar; Smile (Eng/17mins), inspired by the Buddhist chanting mantra ‘Na mu myo ho ren ge kyo’; Life (Eng/6mins), depicting life as a picturesque snowman melting away into the final exit- the abode of God; and Marriage (Eng/22mins) subtly questioning the validity of marriage in today’s world.

 
       
   
 
       
 
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