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Art on textile
Three women artists, Sweta Haldar, Somava Dutta and Ivana Das, are exhibiting their recent works at Kalakriti Art Gallery, road no. 10, Banjara Hills.
As part of his whirlwind promotional tour in India, best-selling author Amitav Ghosh will be in Hyderabad for the formal launch and book reading of his latest tome, Sea of Poppies at Taj Krishna, on July 24.
UP art mart
Marble items, Moradabad fame brass, Saharanpur wood carvings, artificial jewellery, crochet lace, Lucknow chikan work, dress material from Varanasi and assorted other handicrafts and handlooms are part of the Gangotri exhibition at Mahabodhi Function
Hall, JJ Nagar colony, Naredmet X-Road, Secunderabad till July 27; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m
Monsoon has yet not hit Hyderabad but if you are in a mood to eat something hot and spicy, head to Arena at Taj Deccan. The coffee shop is hosting a Sizzler and More food festival till July 30, from 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
The third edition of Nritya Sanrachana, a dance festival of choreographic works based on the concept of sankhya (numbers), begins today at Ravindra Bharati, 6.45 p.m. Bharati Shivaji and Ananda Shankar Jayant will begin the progra
mme today. They will be followed by Singhajit Singh and Prerana Shrimali on July 22, Swapnasundari and Anita Ratnam on July 23, Rajashree Shirke and Shashadhar Acharya on July 24. The last day will have performances by Raja Radha Reddy, Padma Subrahmaniam and Sonal Mansingh.
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