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Events To Attend This Week (15/05/15 – 21/05/15)

Ride for Nepal, charity event for underprivileged, folk dance workshop and much more to look forward to this week. Here are 5 events you should not miss.

Events To Attend This Week (15/05/15 – 21/05/15)

1. Little Hearts – A Charity Concert – Mumbai


The motivation of this concert comes from the need to sensitize and engage the civil society pro-actively to bring a change in the lives of the children. The proceeds of this programme will be utilized for the education and critical medical surgeries of the underprivileged children. More details.

When: 17th May
Where: Ravindra Natya Mandir: Mumbai, Near Siddhi Vinayak Temple, Prabhadevi, Mumbai.

2. A day-long workshop on Technology for Social Impact – Bengaluru


CSIM Bangalore’s workshop on Technology for Social Impact will help IT companies and social enterprises to work together to identify challenges and the appropriate tools and resources to overcome these challenges.

The workshop will showcase and explore:
• Role and relevance of technology in social organizations
• Government as a provider of technology resources
• Technology needs analysis for social enterprises
• Tools and resources

When: 15th May
Where: Hotel Novotel, Bengaluru Techpark, Marathahalli

3. Lets Ride For Nepal – New Delhi



Albeit we are helpless against the atrocities of nature and have to face it bravely,but we can surely help those who have not been as lucky as us. And Team Delhi Randonneurs is doing exactly that through cycling. This Brevet they will ride to help and support Nepal in whatever small way they can, riding their cycles. More details.

When: 16th May
Where: Embassy of Nepal, New Delhi, New Delhi

4. Devarattam : 1 day Beginner’s Workshop on the dance form – Bengaluru


DEVARATTAM is a pure folk dance still preserved at various parts of South India . Folklore research scholars have found that Devarattam is a combination of ancient ‘muntherkuruvai’ and ‘pintherkuruvai’ of the ancient Tamil Kings.

The beginner’ s workshop will be a mix of lecture demonstration and learning the basic steps of Devarattam. Participants will also get to hear about the history and stories around this form. Know more.

When: 16th May
Where: Atta Galatta, #134, KHB Colony, 5th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru.

5. Food Distribution – Kolkata


Collecting their daily foods are not easy task for the ROADSIDE ELDERLY BEGGARS and PHYSICALLY, MENTALLY CHALLENGED. In this context, AGAMANI is planning to distribute DRY FOODS like puffed rice, biscuits, “chire vaja” and SOAPS to the needy of KOLKATA and its suburban areas. More details.

When: 17th May
Where: Footpaths and railway stations of Kolkata.

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