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  1st April
Time:
6:30 pm
Experiencing the deeper self-meditation: An Interfaith Meditation Programme by the Foundation For Universal Responsibility of H.H. the Dalai Lama  - Buddhism.  
       
  1st April
Time:
7:00 pm
PUBLIC AWARENESS LECTURE - Eminent Cardiologist Dr. Bimal Chhajer, speaks on “Reversing Heart Disease Non Invasively.” Collab: SAAOL Heart Centre.  
       
  2nd April
Time:
7:30 pm
THEATRE - Karmic Research Centre presents’ Finding Shams’ a play that describes a very special journey and a very special bond that a master shares with his disciples. It is the journey of Rumi the Sufi Saint and his bond with his Master Shamshuddin of Tabrizi. Performed by Dilip Shankar. Entry free.  
       
  2nd April
Time:
7:30 pm
THEATRE - Ruchika Theatre Group presents its new production “RED EARTH” by contemporary British playwright David Calcutt. Dir: Feizal Alkazi Prod. Nandita Chandra. Tkts Rs 150, 100 and 50/- available at the Programme Desk.  
       
  3rd April
Time:
8.00am

MATHS WALK - at Humayun’s Tomb by Aashalatha Badami for 9-10yr olds. Limited registration. Contact Programme Desk for further details.

 
       
  3rd April
Time:
6:30pm

Public Forum - Foundation for Universal Responsibility of His Holiness The Dalai Lama presents a unique opportunity to interact with Directors of the International Nonviolent Peaceforce, Mel Duncan and Mary Lou Ott: “Relevance of Nonviolence in International Conflicts”

 
       
  3rd April
Time:
7.00 p.m.
THEATRE - Ruchika Theatre Group repeats its new production “RED EARTH”.  
       
  4th April
Time:
7:00 pm
MUSIC - Sarod Recital by Aditya Verma, disciple of eminent gurus Pt. Ravi Shankar, Ud. Ali Akbar Khan and Ud. Aashish Khan.  
       
  4th April
Time:
7:00 pm
THEATRE - Ruchika Theatre Group repeats its new production “RED EARTH”.  
       
  4th April
Time:
7.30pm
THEATRE - AVIKAL THEATRE Company presents “PRITHVI”, a cast of 35, 100 Candles, energy, choruses, music, comic interludes. Wri and Dir by Alok Ulfat, Dur: 1hr10mins.Entry free.  
       
  5th April
Time:
6.30pm
TALK - Mr. M.S. Gill, Former Chief Election Commissioner speaks on ‘India’s Electoral Democracy and the role of the Election Commission”.  
       
  5th April
Time:
7.00pm

FILM CLUB SCREENING  - ‘Party’ (1984) - Courtesy NFDC.

 
       
  6th April
Time:
7.00pm
FILM CLUB SCREENING - ‘Rao Saheb’ (1986) Courtesy NFDC.  
       
  6th April
Time:
7.00pm
MUSIC - Hindustani Classical Vocal Recital by Pt. Gokulotsavji Maharaj, disciple of Pt. Moreshwar Rao Golvelkar. HCL Concert Series.  
       
  6th April
Time:
7:00 pm
FILM CLUB - Film Discussion Group meets for the Screening and Discussion of Pedro Almodovar's Talk to Her (2002), [116mins]. Filmmaker and Film Scholar, Ranjani Mazumdar will present the film and facilitate the discussion.  
       
  7th April
Time:
7.00pm
MUSIC - Evening of Thumris, Dadras, Hori and Chaiti by Smt. Uttara Dutta disciple of Late Naina Devi, Pt. Rajan and Sajan Mishra and Smt. Deepali Nag.  
       
  8th April
Time:
6.30pm
BOOK LAUNCH - “The Land of the Nagas” by Aditya Arya and Vibha Joshi, pub. MAPIN by H.E. Shyamal Dutta, Governor of Nagaland. The book launch will be followed by a performance of Naga folk dances.  
       
  8th April 
Time:
7:00pm
FILM CLUB SCREENING - ‘Pestonjeet’ (1988) Courtesy NFDC.  
       
  8th April 
Time:
7:00pm
DANCE - Bharatanatyam dancer and choreographer Navtej Johar presents an evening of Padams.  
       
  8th April 
Time:
7:00pm
DANCE - Choreographic compositions in Odissi dance form on Rabindra Sangeet by artists of Chandan Aloke, Kolkata.  Choreography - Ms Alaknanda Roy. Collab: Impresario India.  
       
  8th April 
Time:
7:30pm
IHC MANAGEMENT TALK - Practices 20:20 brings you a talk by Prof. Jagdish Sheth, Professor of Marketing, Goizueta Business School and Founder ‘Center for Relationship Marketing’ (CRM), Emory University and Co-Author, Theory of Buyer Behaviour, Rule of Three.  Dr. Sheth speaks on “Making India globally competitive”. Supported by Institute of Quality Ltd.  
       
  9th April
Time:
7:00 pm

BOOK READING - “Readings from works of African women writers.” The readings will provide a woman’s worldview. Collab: Prajna Foundation for Cultural Interaction Studies.

 
       
  9th April
Time:
7:00 pm
DOCUMENTARY FILM - “Hole in the Wall” a film by Gil Rossellini, chronicles the experiences of a ‘slum’ boy who “taught himself” how to browse the internet and went on to become an international media star. Prod. Global Vision and Rossellini & Associates. Collab: Cinemaya.  
       
  9th April
Time:
6 :30 pm

PEOPLE’S FORUM - “Per unit area method of property tax: Increasing or decreasing Delhi’s woes?”  Organized by Rajiv Gandhi Foundation and Shrut Kirti Foundation.  The objective of this forum is to create active citizenship by providing a platform to citizens for interaction with policy-makers, service-providers and other stakeholders in society.

 
       
  10th April
Time:
8:00 am
MATHS WALK - Aashalatha Badami repeats the Maths walk at Humayun’s Tomb for 9-10yr olds. Limited registration. Contact Programme Desk for further details.  
       
  10th April
Time:

7 :00 pm
MUSIC - To celebrate Baisakhi, Saikat Mitra of Kolkata presents an evening of popular songs of Bengal. Collab: Impresario India.  
  10th April:
Time:

7 :00 pm

THEATRE - Uddhesya Theatre presents their latest play “Chamatkar” Dir. Ajay Kataria. Tkts at Rs 100/- and 50/-

 
       
  10th April
Time:
7 :00 pm

TALKS- Poetry Club of India presents an evening of  “Poems on Love” by eminent poets.

 
       
  10th April
Time:

7 :00 pm
THEATRE - Ruchika Theatre Group repeats its new production “RED EARTH”.  
       
  10th April
Time:
10:30 am
BOOK READING - The Habitat Children's Book Club will talk about "How a Book is Produced" Navin Menon, Editor, Children's World at 10.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. for the 10-16 age group. Readings from Younguncle Comes to Town by Vandana Singh, published by Young Zubaan at 11.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. for the 6-10 age group.   
       
  11th April
Time:
6 :30 pm
INSPIRATIONAL TALK - “Evolution of Human Consciousness” by Yogiraj Gurunath Siddhanath.   
       
  11th April
Time:
7 :00 pm
THEATRE - Ruchika Theatre Group repeats its new production “RED EARTH”.  
       
  11th April
Time:
7:00 pm

DANCE - “Nazrul Nana Range”, group choreographic work in Kathak, based on the immortal songs of Kazi Nazrul Islam by Prof. Amita Dutt and troupe of Kolkata. Collab: Impresario India.

 
       
 

11th April

Time:
7:00 pm

THEATRE - Uddhesya repeat their play “Chamatkar”.  
       
  12th April
Time:
6:30 pm
TALK - ICRIER-IHC present a talk by Arvind Virmani, Director, ICRIER on “The Reality and Myths of Indian Economy”.  
       
  12th April
Time:
7:00 pm
DANCE - Kuchipudi recital by Deepika Reddy, disciple of Guru Vempati Chinna Satyam.  
       
  13th April
Time:
7:00 pm

MUSIC - To celebrate the festival of Baisakhi,   “Wicchre Paani”, showcases the rich and vibrant culture of Punjab through haunting melodies. Dir. and sung by Madanbala Sindhu. The artistes include Lalit Nagpal, Mangat Ram, Beena Issar and Manu Kohli. Prod. By K.K. Kohli Script: Sharda Desores. Collab: Impresario Asia.

 
       
  14th April
Time:
6:30 pm

Experiencing the deeper self-meditation: An Interfaith Meditation Programme by the Foundation For Universal Responsibility of H.H. the Dalai Lama.
Mr. Natarajan of Raman Kendra, Bangalore to lead the session.

 

 
       
  14th April
Time:
7:00 pm

DANCE - A.  Lakshman, disciple of Gurus Kalaimamani K.J. Sarasa, Smt. Sudha Raghupathy and Smt. Kalanidhi Narayanan, presents a Bharatanatyam recital. HCL Concert Series.

 
       
  15th April
Time:
7:00 pm

Doc Film - Three short films from Serbjeet Singh’s series “Himalaya Darshan "Gugga: Michaelangelo of the Himalayas". Cast: Deepti Naval and Mazhar Khan  “Ustani" Cast: Rama Viz and Yogendra Tikkoo"The Post Master" Cast: B.M. Shah and Rita Guliyani.Dir and Prod:Serbjeet Singh.Asst.Dir.Karamjeet Singh.Music by Pt. Jwala Parshad

 
       
  15th April
Time:
7:00 pm
MUSIC - Raagranjani presents a Hindustani Classical recital by Smt. Savita Devi, daughter of the legendary Siddheshwari Devi.  
       
   
 
       
 
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