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Date/Time Event
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
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
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
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
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
24/09/2001-30/09/2001
All Day
Glimpses of China - An Exhibition of Photographs by Komala Vardan

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
01/09/2001
All Day
Masks from Different States of India

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
22/04/2001-29/04/2001
All Day
Visual Tributes to Shri B.C. Sanyal on his 100th Birthday

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
12/03/2001-25/03/2001
All Day
The Oleographed Gods - collection of Erwin Neumayer & Christine Schelberger

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
06/02/2001-18/02/2001
All Day
Beauty and Rhythm - An Exhibition of photographs by Komala Vardan (review by Kumar Sanjay Jha)

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
02/02/2001-14/02/2001
All Day
An exhibition of Rare Thankas from Leh

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
01/01/2001
All Day
Exhibition of Portrait and Miniature Paintings by Bhimarao Murgod

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
12/12/2000-28/12/2000
All Day
Focus: Tagore & Shantiniketan - an exhibition of Photographs by Shambhu Shaha

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
16/11/2000-30/11/2000
All Day
Search for Tranquality - an exhibition of Paintings by Seema Bhatia

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
19/07/2000-14/08/2000
All Day
Dreams and Visions: Search for the spiritual - paintings by Brunners

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
09/03/2000-31/03/2000
All Day
Happenings - Collection of Photographs by Ashvin Mehta

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
18/02/2000-05/03/2000
All Day
ICONS - an exhibition of paintings by Shuvaprasanna

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
04/01/2000-14/01/2000
All Day
Endless Horizons - The adventurous journey of three photographers: Pradeep Bhatia, Gurinder Osan and Dinesh Krishnan

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
01/12/1999
All Day
Kalevala: The National Epic of Finland

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
16/11/1999-20/11/1999
All Day
Some Children of the Dream

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
21/09/1999-20/10/1999
12:00 am
Children's Paintings on the Stories of Pancatantra

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
22/06/1999
4:00 pm
Rajasthan mein Jal Sangrah Ki Parampara (Hindi) by Shri Anupam Misra

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
20/05/1999
4:00 pm
The Feminine Presence in Santhal Worldview and Life by Dr. Madhu Khanna.

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
09/03/1999-21/03/1999
12:00 am
The Transcedence - an exhibition of Photographs by Sunil Adesara

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
25/02/1999
12:00 am
Mahayana Buddhism by Shri Tashi Rabgias.

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
18/02/1999
4:00 pm
Madhyamika System by Dr. Lobzang Tserwangs.

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
12/02/1999
4:00 pm
Wheel of Life by Dr. Nawang Tsering.

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
11/02/1999-27/02/1999
All Day
Thankas - an exhibition of Buddhist Paintings from the Stok Palace Museum, Ladakh

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
02/02/1999
4:00 pm
Sangitopanisatsaroddhara by Dr. Allen Miuel

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
28/01/1999
4:00 pm
The Urban-Rural Dichotomy: Western Science and Rural Worldviews in a Structurally Comparative Perspective by Prof. Nold Egenter.

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
12/01/1999
4:00 pm
Nyaya Perspective of the Philosophy of Language: Knowing it Second-hand by Prof. P.K. Mukhopadhayaya.

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
05/01/1999-09/01/1999
All Day
International Seminar on Prilgrimage and its Complexity, Janapada Sampada Division

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
30/12/1998
12:00 am
Comparative Study between the Greek Dance of the muses and the Art of Musika by Ms Leda Shantala.

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
16/12/1998
4:00 pm
Satyajit Ray’s Devi: The Father-Son Debate by Prof. Dilip Basu.

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
12/12/1998
4:00 pm
Buddhist Text from Eastern Turkestan By Prof. G.M. Bongard Levin

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
10/12/1998-25/12/1998
All Day
Nada - an Experience in Sound

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
18/11/1998
4:00 pm
Racism, Slavery & Swedenburg Thought by Dr. Anders Hellengren.

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
18/11/1998
4:00 pm
Genesis of Indian Culture and Civilization by Shri Manohar Kaul

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
03/11/1998-21/11/1998
All Day
Our Architectural Heritage - an exhibition of Photographs by Anil Dave

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
29/10/1998
4:00 pm
Spirituality and Sustainability by Dr. Kamla Chowdhry

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
16/10/1998-29/10/1998
All Day
Water, the Sustainer - an exhibition of Photographs by Ashok Dilwali

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
14/10/1998
4:00 pm
Vedic Model for Indian Economic Development by Shri V.R. Panchmukhi

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
09/10/1998
4:00 pm
Uniqueness of Patiala Kasur Gharana in Indian Classical Music by Shri Jawaad and Mazhar Ali Khan.

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
06/10/1998
4:00 pm
The Future of Multimedia in Arts and Humanities by Dr. R. Narasimhan

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
05/10/1998-08/10/1998
All Day
International Conference on Multimedia for Humanities

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
28/09/1998
4:00 pm
Ladakh by Christian Huczantis

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
19/09/1998-30/10/1998
All Day
Pancatantra - an exhibition of Books, Painting & Multimedia Presentation of Fables from Pancatantra

Venue:  Matighar, IGNCA, New Delhi
21/08/1998
4:00 pm
Technological Development and its Social requirements in the case of Japan. The Problem of Pollution in Japan by Prof. Satoshi Ihara

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
13/08/1998
All Day
Gosthi on Rajabhasa: Sanskritik Sandharbha, Janapada Sampada Division

Venue:  IGNCA, New Delhi
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