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Paisal Evi Bhe? Comedy Telugu
Thu May 17, 7:30 PM
Paisal Evi Bhe? is a Comedy Telugu play Written and Directed by Srikanth Banala

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Sat May 19, 10:30 AM
Learn the art of brush pen calligraphy in this in-depth, 3-hour workshop! You’ll learn all the basics, including understanding how to create brush calligraphy, use the brush pen, practice the basic strokes, and create beautiful letters. all the materials would be provided and they are for you to take home.price for one person would be 1700rupees.interested contact me at nsharmila2014@gmail.com

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Unekha - Art Exhibition
Sun May 20, 4:00 PM
Jogiralla Prashanth Kumar
Unekha is the talent promotional startup from Hyderabad. we are promoting all talents through the website and social networking pages. We want to conduct our first art exhibition at Lamakaan which will promote the artists talents. The artists can exhibit and sell their artworks in the event.
K-Circle Quiz Of The Month
Sat Jun 2, 4:30 PM
K-Circle Quiz Club
K-Circle's monthly quiz at Lamakaan. Open to all.
Sat Jun 2, 7:30 PM
Chitraa is a modernized English translation of Rabindranath Tagore's Chitraa- a one act play. It is considered one of the highest works of Tagore.

The story of Chitrangada is a simple one, taken from the Adi Parva of the Mahabharata; Arjuna, then in celibacy roams through the jungles reaches Manipur which is ruled by princess Chitra; a woman who has been born and brought up like a man, a fierce warrior and archer.

She meets Arjuna one day and falls in love with her but knowing the fact that she is not a typical woman she adorned herself in bracelets, anklets etc and comes to Arjuna to express her desire to marry him. Ajuna refuses.

So Chitra, dejected by the rejection seeks the help of God Madana to change her into a more feminine, fair and beautiful woman.

After the boon she transforms and comes to Arjuna again as a completely different woman. Will Arjuna accept her? Fall in love with her? Are men really visual?

Why does a woman have to deck herself up for the attention of a Man?

Why is fairness of the skin a prerequisite quality for a woman to be taken as beautiful?

these are some of the questions the play goes on to answer.

Chitra played by Anshulika Kapoor & Archana Kariappa

Arjuna played by Surya Vasishta

Madana played by Nevin Pearl & Subhabrata Kundu

Vasantha played by Shashwath Malli