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Date/Time Event
21/10/2008-22/10/2008
2:00 pm
Proceedings of two-day Kalatattvakosa Samgosthi

Venue:  Ignca, Eastern Regional Centre, Varanasi
14/10/2008
4:00 pm
Lecture by Prof. Hans Belting in collaboration with Max Mueller Bhawan on 'Arab Science and Renaissance Art A cross Cultural History of Gaze

Venue:  Conference Hall, 5, Dr. R.P. Road, New Delhi
26/09/2008
4:00 pm
Tattvabodha Lecture

Venue:  N.M.M., Lecture Room, 5, Dr. R.P. Road, New Delhi
04/09/2008
5:30 pm
Lecture by Prof. Christopher Pinney

Venue:  Conference Hall, 5, Dr. R.P. Road, New Delhi
08/07/2008-23/07/2008
All Day
Animation Workshop with Tribal Artists

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
04/07/2008-07/07/2008
All Day
Master Sansar Chand - Pahari Painter

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
17/05/2008
All Day
National Inventory of Tribal Arts

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
01/04/2008-04/04/2008
All Day
Aqeeqat Ke Rang -

Exhibition – Hind Islami Tahzeeb ke Rang-Aqeedat ke Sang

Performance Traditions among the Indian Muslims


Venue:  IGNCA, 5. Dr. R. P. Road, New Delhi
01/04/2008-08/04/2008
All Day
Aqeedat Ke Rang: Hind Islami Tahjeeb Ke Rang

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
29/03/2008-16/04/2008
All Day
Exhibition of Raja Deen Dayal from IGNCA Archives

Venue:  IGNCA, 5. Dr. R. P. Road, New Delhi
24/03/2008-07/04/2008
All Day
Exhibition - Hundred Languages of Children - based on experience of Reggio Emillia Institute in early education.

Collaboration : G. D. Salwan Public School


Venue:  Mati Ghar, C. V Mess, New Delhi
17/03/2008-19/03/2008
All Day
Seminar on History of Central Asian Collections in Institutions Worldwide - in collaboration with International Dunhuang Project (IDP), British Library, London funded by Ford Foundation

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
14/03/2008-16/03/2008
All Day
Seminar 'Agam' : Theory & Practice

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
14/03/2008-25/03/2008
All Day
Hands of Hope - a photographic exhibition portraying struggle of women of against corruption and economic sustainability

Collaboration: Sewa Bharat


Venue:  IGNCA, Mati Ghar, New Delhi
12/03/2008-15/03/2008
All Day
Festival of Ram Katha in Oral Narrative & Folklore Seminar, Performance & Exhibition

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
12/03/2008-15/03/2008
All Day
Festival of Ram Katha in Oral Narrative & Folklore Performance, Seminar & Exhibiion

Venue:  IGNCA, 5. Dr. R. P. Road, New Delhi
29/02/2008-04/03/2008
All Day
Vignettes of Kashmiri Live and Culture

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
15/02/2008-25/02/2008
All Day
Workshop & Performance on Manasa Mangal Theatre

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
11/02/2008-13/02/2008
All Day
Seminar on Copy Right Issues concerning Tangible & Intangible Cultural Heritage of India & an exhibition on Illustration of Rare Books from IGNCA Collection

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
11/02/2008-13/02/2008
All Day
Seminar on Copy Right Issues concerning Tangible & Intangible Cultural Heritage of India & an exhibition on Illustration of Rare Books from IGNCA Collection

Venue:  IGNCA, 5. Dr. R. P. Road, New Delhi
01/02/2008-03/02/2008
All Day
Anhad Nad - a Festival celebrating the Spirit of Punjab Seminar, Performances, Exhibition & Mela

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
01/02/2008-03/02/2008
All Day
Anhad Nad - a Festival celebrating the Spirit of Punjab

Seminar, Performance, Exhibition & Mela,


Venue:  C. V. Mess Lawns, 3. R. P. Road Lawns 5. R. P. Road, Lawns, New Delhi
31/01/2008
11:30 am
Vakyapadiya and Indian Philosophy of Languages

A Proceedings of the Lecture Series


Venue:  Rajashree Hall of Katyayani Apartment, Durgakund, Varanasi
31/01/2008-26/02/2008
All Day
Exhibition of Iberian Puppetry

Collaboration: Ishara Theatre


Venue:  Mati Ghar, Janpath, New Delhi
21/01/2008-23/01/2008
All Day
Conference Rethinking Religion and Culture. Collaboration: Delhi Karnataka Sangh

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
10/01/2008-12/01/2008
All Day
Romas / Gypsies and their Linkages with India (A Diaspora programme)

INDIAN DIASPORA THROUGH TIMES

Exhibitions
Film Shows
Performances
Diaspora – Interactive Sessions


Venue:  IGNCA, Mati Ghar, No. 3, Dr. R. P. Road, New Delhi
08/01/2008-12/01/2008
All Day
Seminar and Exhibition: Cities, Road and Caravan Sarais in India West & Central Asia - An Emblem of Linkages Through Ages (India, West & Central Asia)

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
08/01/2008-12/01/2008
All Day
Seminar and Exhibition:

Cities, Road and Caravan Sarais in India West & Central Asia – An Emblem of Linkages Through Ages (India, West & Central Asia)


Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
02/01/2008-05/01/2008
All Day
CHOTRO - (Conference) Indigenous People in the Post-Colonial World Language - Literature - Culture - History

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
26/12/2007-28/12/2007
6:00 pm
Proceedings of Three-day Kalatattvakosa Samgosthi

Jointly organized by: Bharat Kala Bhavan, B.H.U. Varanasi and IGNCA, Eastern Regional Centre, Varanasi


Venue:  Bharat Kala Bhavan, B.H.U., Varanasi
15/12/2007-25/12/2007
All Day
Exhibition on Life, Works and Mission of Sri Satya Sai Baba

Collaboration: Sri Satya Sai Baba organization.


Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
15/12/2007-23/12/2007
All Day
Delhi International Art Festival

Collaboration: Prasiddha Foundation and Forum for Art

1.Exhibition of Visual Arts
2.Concert on Morning Ragas


Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
04/12/2007-10/12/2007
All Day
Conservation Interface Materials and Methods

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
25/09/2007
3:00 pm
Scholars’ meet at IGNCA


Venue:  Varanasi Regional Centre, Varanasi Varanasi
03/04/2007-07/04/2007
All Day
Prernapunj Banarsidas Chaturvedi ka Vyaktitva evn Krititva curated by Dr. Advaitavadini Kaul

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
03/04/2007
All Day
Book Release Banarsidas Chaturvedi Ke Chuninda Patra Collected & edited by Narayandutt and Symposium on "Life and Works of Pt. Banarsidas Chaturvedi". (Kalakosa Division)

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
21/03/2007-23/03/2007
All Day
Aqeedat Ke Rang: Expression of Devotion in Islam

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
05/01/2007-07/01/2007
All Day
INDIAN DIASPORA THROUGH TIMES

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
05/01/2007-08/01/2007
All Day
INDIAN DIASPORA THROUGH TIMES

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
14/04/2006-23/04/2006
All Day
Culture of Peace - an exhibition in collaboration with Bharat Soka Gokai

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
22/03/2006-31/03/2006
All Day
Tori Katha

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
07/03/2006-14/03/2006
All Day
Mughal Miniatures of Rampur - an exhibition created out of IGNCA publicaiton on the Rampur Raza Library Collection

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
05/03/2006-31/03/2006
All Day
Celebration of Diversity - in collaboration with Anthropological Survey of India

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
01/03/2006
All Day
Book release and symposium on "Mughal and Persian Paintings and Illustrated Manuscripts in Raza Library Rampur" by Barbara Schmitz (Kalakosa Division)

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
13/02/2006-17/02/2006
All Day
Indian Enigma - works of fulbright scholars

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
27/01/2006-04/02/2006
All Day
India's Composite Culture in Multicultural Society - Theme Pavilion for 17th World Book Fair

Venue:  Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
09/01/2006-21/01/2006
All Day
Virahini Nayika in miniature painting researched by Dr. Harish Dahejia

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
19/12/2005-31/12/2005
All Day
Anujung an exhibition based on Mythis and Folk Beliefs IGRMS, Bhopal

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
24/11/2005-26/11/2005
All Day
Participatory Technologies - Art, Film, Learning and Media by Sony Group

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
24/11/2005-10/12/2005
All Day
Legacy of Ajanta - Classical Murals of India and South Asia photographs of Benoy K. Behl

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
08/11/2005-25/11/2005
All Day
Divine Lithography: An exhibition of original paintings, lithographic prints

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
26/10/2005-10/11/2005
All Day
Representing Indian Women 1875-1947 in collaboration with Centre for Women Development Studies

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
16/09/2005-23/09/2005
All Day
Tibet - A Snowy Plateau - A photographic exhibition

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
05/09/2005-12/09/2005
All Day
Form and Non Form - selection of Central European Photography of Architecture

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
09/05/2005-20/05/2005
All Day
Rediscover China

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
02/05/2005-06/05/2005
All Day
Indian Impressions: An exhibition of art works by U.S. Fulbright Scholars

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
21/04/2005-23/04/2005
All Day
NATIONAL CONVENTION OF NOMADS AND ADIVASIS

Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts and Bhasha Research & Publication Centre, Baroda


Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
24/03/2005
All Day
Sacred Groves of India Photographs from Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sanghralya

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
24/03/2005-02/04/2005
All Day
In God's Mirror - Photographs by Pepita Seth on the art of Theyyam

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
14/03/2005-30/03/2005
All Day
Domains: Contemporary Israeli Design

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
01/03/2005-30/03/2005
All Day
Israeli Designs - in collaboration with Israel Embassy

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
25/02/2005-08/03/2005
All Day
Panchm - An exhibition of Paintings by Mrs. Sudha Pillai

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
20/02/2005-03/03/2005
All Day
Rediscover China. Exhibition of photographs in collaboration with Chinese Cultural Centre

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
15/02/2005-27/02/2005
All Day
Italian Risorgimento in Collaboration with Italian Cultural Centre

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
23/12/2004-03/01/2005
All Day
Rock Art of India an exhibition from IGNCA, IGRMS, Archives

more detail about CD-ROM of Rock Art (Publication of CIL / IGNCA)


Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
15/12/2004-27/12/2004
All Day
Eternal Ganga - Photographs of Marielle Josphine

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
10/12/2004-19/12/2004
All Day
Aakar - Prakar - photographs & paintings, wood work, textile, pottery by The students of Sherwood College, Nainital

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
19/11/2004-30/11/2004
All Day
Priyadarsini - an exhibition of Santokba's Painted Scroll on Late Smt. Indira Gandhi

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
19/11/2004-30/11/2004
All Day
India Through the Eyes of Cartier Bresson - en exhibition from IGNCA Archives

Venue:  5, Dr. R. P. Road, IGNCA, New Delhi
11/11/2004-30/11/2004
All Day
GAP - Six Years in Indian - an exhibition of French Artist GapGAP - Six Years in Indian - an exhibition of French Artist Gap

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
19/10/2004-30/11/2004
All Day
Traditional Crafts by the artists from different States of India

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
12/10/2004-16/10/2004
All Day
Trayi - An exhibition of three painters on the poems of three poets

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
09/10/2004-10/11/2004
All Day
Multiple Encounters

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
06/10/2004-21/10/2004
All Day
Epic Episodes: painting exhibition by Amar Nath Sehgal

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
19/08/2004
12:00 am
HAZARI PRASAD DWIVEDI MEMORIAL LECTURE

Acharya’ Hazari Prasad Dwivedi (August 19, 1907 – May 19, 1979) was a Hindi novelist, literary historian, essayist, critic and scholar. He penned numerous novels, collections of essays, historical research on medieval religious movements of India especially Kabir and Natha Yoga, and historical outlines of Hindi literature. Besides Hindi, he was master of many languages including Sanskrit, Bengali, Punjabi, Gujarati as well as Pali, Prakrit, and Apabhramsa. His work on medieval saint Kabir is considered a masterpiece, and is a thoroughly researched analysis of Kabir’s thought, works, and teachings. His Historical Novels Banbhatta Ki Atmakatha (1946), Anamdas Ka Potha, Punarnava, Charu-chandra-Lekha are considered classics. His memorable essays are Nakhoon Kyon Barhte Hain (Why do the nails grow), Ashok ke phool, Kutaj, and Alok Parva (Collection).

Steeped in traditional knowledge of Sanskrit, Pali and Prakrit, and modern Indian languages, Dr. Dwivedi was destined to be the great bridge maker between the past and the present. As a student of Sanskrit, steeped in the Sastras, he gave a new evaluation to Sahitya-sastra and he can rightly be considered as a great commentator on the textual tradition of the Indian literature.

He was awarded the Padma Bhushan (1957) for his contribution to Hindi literature, and the Sahitya Akademi Award (1973) for his collection of essays, ‘Alok Parva’.

Dwivedi aur Sahitya ki Rishi Parampara

Prabash Joshi

08/03/2004-14/03/2004
All Day
Celebration of Women Artists on Women's Day

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
06/01/2004-29/01/2004
All Day
Saundaryabodh evam Srijan Understanding Imagination among the Tribes

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
12/12/2003-16/12/2003
5:00 pm
The Rangollasa, a traditional theatre festival

The Rangollasa, a traditional theatre festival, was organised at Bangalore 12-16, 2003. Artistes from four Southern states presented performances. Each performance was followed by a discussion. The details and photos of the prgramme can be viewed under EAVENTS. The Media unit of IGNCA documented the episodes and telecasted on DD Bharati. Report of the event published in Vinhangama-2004


Venue:  IGNCA, Bengaluru
03/12/2003-30/12/2003
All Day
Mudra: Meaning, Metaphor and Mystique An exhibition to compliment the Seminar on Mudra

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
10/11/2003-23/11/2003
All Day
Nazi Holocaust: The Courage to Remember - an exhibition by Israel Embassy

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
19/08/2003
12:00 am
HAZARI PRASAD DWIVEDI MEMORIAL LECTURE

Acharya’ Hazari Prasad Dwivedi (August 19, 1907 – May 19, 1979) was a Hindi novelist, literary historian, essayist, critic and scholar. He penned numerous novels, collections of essays, historical research on medieval religious movements of India especially Kabir and Natha Yoga, and historical outlines of Hindi literature. Besides Hindi, he was master of many languages including Sanskrit, Bengali, Punjabi, Gujarati as well as Pali, Prakrit, and Apabhramsa. His work on medieval saint Kabir is considered a masterpiece, and is a thoroughly researched analysis of Kabir’s thought, works, and teachings. His Historical Novels Banbhatta Ki Atmakatha (1946), Anamdas Ka Potha, Punarnava, Charu-chandra-Lekha are considered classics. His memorable essays are Nakhoon Kyon Barhte Hain (Why do the nails grow), Ashok ke phool, Kutaj, and Alok Parva (Collection).

Steeped in traditional knowledge of Sanskrit, Pali and Prakrit, and modern Indian languages, Dr. Dwivedi was destined to be the great bridge maker between the past and the present. As a student of Sanskrit, steeped in the Sastras, he gave a new evaluation to Sahitya-sastra and he can rightly be considered as a great commentator on the textual tradition of the Indian literature.

He was awarded the Padma Bhushan (1957) for his contribution to Hindi literature, and the Sahitya Akademi Award (1973) for his collection of essays, ‘Alok Parva’.

This year’s Acharya Hazari Prasad Memorial Lecture was organised on the theme Social Awareness of Acharya Hazari Prasad Dwivedi and chaired by Shri Janardan Dwivedi.

Kamleshwar

13/08/2003-22/08/2003
All Day
Indonesian Art Through the Ages Photographs by S. Sahai

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
12/08/2003-20/08/2003
All Day
Test & Response - an exhibition of Chinese effort to fight epidemics

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
19/05/2003-22/05/2003
6:00 pm
Ganjifa workshop/ exhibition

Ganjifa is a traditional form of playing cards known for their exquisite painting by artisans. The Ganjifa workshop-exhibition-sale was held at the Chitra Art Gallery during May 19-22, 2003. At present the SRC is developing a visual archive of Ganjifa cards as part of its archival documentation. The event was documented by Media Unit, IGNCA and telecast on DD Bharati. Report of event published in Vihangama – April-May 2003


Venue:  IGNCA, Bengaluru
25/04/2003-30/04/2003
All Day
The art of Angkor at the Bayon, Cambodia Photographs by S. Sahai Former V.C. Mithila University

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
05/03/2003-28/03/2003
All Day
Glimpses of Indonesian Art and Culture

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
17/01/2003-10/02/2003
All Day
Art of Afghanistan - an exhibition complimenting the Seminar on Silk route (co-ord.: Radha Banerjee)

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
13/12/2002-20/12/2002
All Day
Hasthakshar - expression of the artists of Delhi to mark their Solidarity against Terrorism

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
26/11/2002-08/12/2002
All Day
Malana : A lost Utopia in the Himalayas - An Exhibition of Photographs by Virendra Bangroo and Krzysztof Stronski

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
07/10/2002-11/10/2002
All Day
International Seminar on Folklore, Public Space and Civil Society

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
25/09/2002
12:00 am
HAZARI PRASAD DWIVEDI MEMORIAL LECTURE

Acharya’ Hazari Prasad Dwivedi (August 19, 1907 – May 19, 1979) was a Hindi novelist, literary historian, essayist, critic and scholar. He penned numerous novels, collections of essays, historical research on medieval religious movements of India especially Kabir and Natha Yoga, and historical outlines of Hindi literature. Besides Hindi, he was master of many languages including Sanskrit, Bengali, Punjabi, Gujarati as well as Pali, Prakrit, and Apabhramsa. His work on medieval saint Kabir is considered a masterpiece, and is a thoroughly researched analysis of Kabir’s thought, works, and teachings. His Historical NovelsBanbhatta Ki Atmakatha (1946), Anamdas Ka Potha, Punarnava, Charu-chandra-Lekha are considered classics. His memorable essays are Nakhoon Kyon Barhte Hain (Why do the nails grow), Ashok ke phool, Kutaj, and Alok Parva (Collection).

Steeped in traditional knowledge of Sanskrit, Pali and Prakrit, and modern Indian languages, Dr. Dwivedi was destined to be the great bridge maker between the past and the present. As a student of Sanskrit, steeped in the Sastras, he gave a new evaluation to Sahitya-sastra and he can rightly be considered as a great commentator on the textual tradition of the Indian literature.

He was awarded the Padma Bhushan (1957) for his contribution to Hindi literature, and the Sahitya Akademi Award (1973) for his collection of essays, ‘Alok Parva’.

A Panel discussion on Acharya Hazari Prasad ka Kavi Roop : Ek Paricarca was organised in the memory of Acharya Hazari Prasad in collaboration with Acharya Hazari Prasad Dwivedi Smriti Nyas.

Namvar Singh, Vishwanath Tripathi and Ashok Vajpeyi

09/09/2002-15/09/2002
All Day
11th September: New Yorks - Before and After Photographs by Kamal Sharma

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
27/08/2002
4:00 pm
National seminar on Dr. K. Shivarama Karanth’s contribution

A national seminar on Dr. K. Shivarama Karanth’s contribution was in collaboration with the Sahitya Akademi (SRO) held on August 27, 2002. The papers presented by well-known scholars dealt with Karanth’s contribution to Yakshagana music, choreography, composers, costumes, and his experiments.


Venue:  IGNCA, Bengaluru
14/04/2002-18/04/2002
All Day
Masks from Indian States

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
02/04/2002-19/04/2002
All Day
Celebrating the Divine in Exalted Bodies Photographs by Dr. Mareille Josephine Capturing Indian Classical Dance

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
15/03/2002-24/03/2002
All Day
Dancing Maidens - A Saga of Tamasha Theatre by Shirish Shete

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
02/03/2002-03/03/2002
5:00 pm
National Seminar on ‘The Art of Avadhana

SRC organised a National Seminar on ‘The Art of Avadhana’ on 2nd and 3rd of March 2002 in Bangalore. Avadhanis, Shatavadhanis and Sahasravadhanis’ from different southern states participated.


Venue:  Seminar Hall, Ignca RCB, Bengaluru
08/01/2002-15/01/2002
All Day
Porcelain Paintings by Meena Patel

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
03/01/2002-10/01/2002
All Day
Kailash Mansarover

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
08/12/2001-31/12/2001
All Day
Creativity: Life & Work of Uday Shankar -

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
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