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Events To Attend (09/01/15 – 15/01/15)

Grameen mela, event to stop violence against women, workshop for sustainable living and much more to look forward to this week. Here is a list of six events you should attend this week in India.

Events To Attend (09/01/15 – 15/01/15)

1. Umeed – Mumbai


Umeed is an event organised by the N.S.S. unit of Jai Hind College. The theme for this year’s programme is “Stop Violence Against Women”. Check out their events page for more details.

When: Jan 13
Where: Jai Hind College Auditorium, Mumbai

2. UNESCO World Heritage sites – Bengaluru

Essen Communications presents 3-day International Photo Exhibition on UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India and abroad. The exhibition will showcase an array of more than 130 images on World Heritage sites of 20 countries. Check out this place for more details.

When: 9th to 11th Jan
Where: Alliance Francaise de, Bengaluru

3. Grameen Painting Exhibition – Bengaluru


Magnitude Gallery, India’s No. 1 Customized Art Resource, based at Jayanagar, Bangalore, presents a brand new theme – Grameen, series of original paintings, on the old-world charm and innocence of rural India. The exhibition cum sale is ideal for living places, homes, offices etc. The beautiful respite from the monotonous hi-tech age, as the exhibition takes you into that rich rural era of India. It portrays the countryside colors in all its magnificence. Click here for more details.

When: Till Jan 15
Where: # 140/13, 27h Cross, 13th Main, 3 Rd Block, Jayanagar.

4. Workshop on sustainable lifestyle – Chennai


Green Minds Centre, A group on Ecopsychology (The science of living with nature in harmony), is hosting an interactive talk-cum-workshop that will focus on sustainable lifestyle. Check out this space for more details.

When: 9th Jan
Where: Luz House,  12-176, Luz Church road, Mylapore, Chennai

5. The Splendor Of Kashmir – Delhi

An initiative by Varuna Anand, The Splendor Of Kashmir aims to promote the age old art of shawl making from Kashmir. The exhibition will have on display a wide range of Pashmina shawls like bold jamavars, plain shawls, kani and more in vibrant shades crafted by the local artisans from Kashmir. Check out this space for more details.

When: Jan 8 – Jan 9
Where: The Imperial Hotel (Connaught Place), Delhi

6. 10th Anniversary of Tsunamika in Auroville


As a natural response to the tsunami devastation in 2004 in the coastal areas of Auroville, Upasana ventured into the field of social development with a strong focus on application of design for social welfare. Tsunamika is a little doll made of cloth fabric by fisher women who were traumatized by the Tsunami disaster. The project was called Tsunamika. In 2015, Tsunamika will become ten years old. The Tsunamika team is honoured to celebrate her birthday and the team is looking forward to seeing everyone there. Check out the event page for more details or send a mail to –

When: 10th Jan
Where: Bharat Nivas in Auroville.

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