Find peace-consolation in arts, crafts and culture like never before



November 23, 2018

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There is something soothing about art and culture that often touches our soul. Art, crafts, culture are not entertainment. It is not a magnificent thing that flaunts our magnum wealth.

The three represent life and the things beyond. It brings an enchanting story of who we were and who we were. What has happened to us over time and how have our lives changed. The uniqueness of these three elements changes the way we see life and the artefacts that surround it.

Pablo Picasso simply said: “The purpose of art is to wash away the dust of everyday life from your souls.

So this weekend Entrepreneur India- Lifestyle brings you all that is happening in arts, crafts and culture. Make a choice and experience some comfort, because you deserve it.

Mumbai – Invest in art for a cause

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“Colors of Life” has started. This 10-day exhibition brings together 100 artists like Datta Bhansode, Ajay De, Arzan Khambatta, Bina Aziz, Brinda Chudasama Miller, Charan Sharma, Gogi Saroj Pal, Gurcharan Singh, HR Das and Jaideep Mehrotra. If you want to invest in artwork, now is the best time as all artwork will be available at an affordable price. Organized by the Association for the Aid of Cancer Patients (CPAA), the proceeds from the sale will be donated for the treatment of underprivileged cancer patients. How cool is that?

When: Until November 27 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Or: Cymroza Art Gallery, Breach Candy

Entrance: To free

Delhi – The allure of India

Delhi - The allure of India

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History is something that can take everyone’s attention. The Allure Of India is the perfect place to witness Mughal-era art and European perspective. This event documents the flourishing work in our country between the 17th and early 20th centuries. This Indo-European style of painting gives us a glimpse of our royal heritage.

When: Until November 25

Or: Bikaner House, Pandara Road, Gateway to India

Entrance: To free

Bangalore – It’s game time

Bangalore - It's game time

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Algorithms and machines have affected humanity in ways that none of us can think of. ‘Beeti Baat Ki Tahqiqaat’ is a play, where you will witness the decoding of Dr. Arnold Dorje and learn about the use of the chromoscope.

Or: Jagriti Theater, near Adarsh ​​Palm Meadows, Whitefield

When: November 23, 8 p.m.

Entrance: 300 INR (

Ahmedabad – Single, Not Despo!

Ahmedabad - Single, Not Despo!

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Who Said Dirty Thinking Is A Taboo? Ahmedabad city offers an evening where you can freely talk about your wild thoughts and fantasies without any restrictions.

When: November 24, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Or: The Project Café, Yellow House No. 7, Near Polytechnic College, Ahmedabad.

Entrance: Age without a bar!

Bombay – Us Jazz 2018

Bombay - Us Jazz 2018

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The countdown has started for the Jus Jazz 2018 concert in Mumbai. With American pianist John Di Martino and trumpeter Warren Vache Quartet, rock jazz like never before.

When: November 27, 8:00 p.m.

Or: Bal Gandharva Rang Mandir, Bandra (West)

Entrance: 750 and more, (

Bangalore – Classical dance to raise funds

Bangalore - Classical dance to raise funds

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What could be better than playing and entertaining your viewers for a noble cause? The Kala Nadam occasion brings together classical dancers from different cities to raise funds for the most disadvantaged. This year, the festival is supporting Swanthana, an NGO which cares for 50 girls with multiple disabilities. From a Bharatanatyam, a Kathak piece to an Odissi dance, witness superb performances.

When: November 23, 6-8 p.m.

Or: ADA Rangamandira, n ° 109, JC route

Entrance: To free

Ahmedabad – Celebrate Heritage Week

Ahmedabad - Celebrate Heritage Week

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A heritage week that guarantees maximum adventure and emotion. ‘Dhal ni pol festival’ takes you through different shades of the city. From graffiti workshop, food marathon, fusion music, salsa night, movie night, street game competition to art and architecture exhibitions, you name it and you have it. on the list.

When: November 23, 7 a.m.

Or: Dhal Ni Pole, Astodia chakla

Entrance: By registration

Mumbai – Storytime with award-winning writer

Mumbai - Storytime with award-winning writer

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Calling all bibliophiles! Baro this time brings a unique storytelling experience for all. Meet The Fore Caddy, 2018 British Bridport Short Story Award winner V Sanjay Kumar, who will tell his beautiful, simple and heartbreaking story.

When: November 24 from 7 p.m.

Or: Baro, 12, Sun Mill, Lower Parel, Mumbai 400013

Entrance: To free

Delhi- India Art Festival

Delhi- India Art Festival

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The India Art Festival is back and if you’re in town looking for some interesting artwork, this is the place. Witness 30 art galleries with 550 artists and over 3000 works of art. The best part is how this platform gives you a chance as a new and emerging artist. This is the best time to see modern and contemporary Indian art.

When: Until November 25

Or: Thyagraj Stadium, Laxmi Bai Nagar, INA colony

Entrance: To free

Ahmedabad – Paint your emotions

Ahmedabad - Paint your emotions

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Got a lot to say but have no idea how to put it together? Lean on the paint and put everything there. Use colors and express everything you remember

When: November 24, 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Or: Boho Ahmedabad, Nr. Swaminarayan temple, next to Aaryan embassy, ​​from Bopal bridge to Shilaj, SP ring road, Ahmedabad.

Entrance: 300 INR

Mumbai – The Game Exhibition

Mumbai - The Game Exhibition

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For tech junkies and gaming geeks, set up your base in Goregaon this weekend. The Indian Games Expo (IGX) is back with its fourth edition and you can’t miss it. Compete and test your gaming skills with other players, find out if you really are the best or not.

When: November 24 and 25, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Or: Bombay Exhibition Center, Goregaon

Entrance: Free (Registration on

Bangalore – Make in India

Bangalore - Make in India

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Let’s promote hand weaving, crafts and get to know the art and craft of our country. A perfect place for shopaholics. From tussar silk sarees, Kanchipuram sarees to Chanderi silk sarees, block print sarees, pashmina shawls and more, find it all under one roof.

When: November 23 – December 2, 11 am-7:30pm

Or: Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat, near Shivanand Circle, Kumarakrupa Road

Entrance: To free

Mumbai- Carrefour

Mumbai- Carrefour

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If Indian classical music is something that interests you then this is a must see for you. This weekend, treat yourself to the best classical Hindustani and Carnatic musicians. Day one – November 24, will see Ramana Balachandran perform the Carnatic veena. Singer Apoorva Gokhale will be seen performing with Yati Bhagwat (tabla) and more. The last day will see the sarod player Arnab Chakrabarty with Ramdas Palsule at the tabla. And the day will end with the performance of the legendary Carnatic singer TM Krishna.

When: November 24 at 7 p.m. and November 25 at 9:30 a.m.

Or: Balgandharva Rang Mandir, Bandra

Entrance: Rs 100 and more (

Ahmedabad – The day the pencils stopped

Ahmedabad - The day the pencils stopped

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If watching a play is something that might grab your attention, then “The Day the Pencils Stop” is your calling. Based on the book of the same name, the play tells an interesting story of how the pencils in the box protest various issues. Everyone in pencil has a real problem and ends up quitting. Written by Drew Daywalt and illustrated by Jeff Oliver, it does sound interesting indeed.

When: November 24-25, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Or: 079-Stories, in front of Shashwat bungalows, next to Arjun house, Rajpath Rangoli Rd colony RL, Bodakdev, Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Entrance: From 450 INR (

Bombay – A Musical

Bombay - A Musical

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Get ready for the musical #SingIndiaSing. Directed by Nadir Khan and written by Rahul DaCunha and Bugs Bhargava Krishna, the musical revolves around the performance of four contestants for a sung reality show – The musical is a satire of the reality shows we see / at television. It indicates how the lines are crossed in others to earn the TRP.

When: Until November 25

Or: St Andrews Auditorium, Bandra

Entrance: Rs 600 and more (


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