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Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
Sun Aug 12, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
On this Sunday morning through afternoon come and explore wide range of Organic Fruits, veggies & groceries Homemade Breads and other baked goods; Organic Lunch, Handicrafts and Handlooms, Handmade Jewelry, Terrace Gardening Corner, Creative Design Spaces. Every Sunday 10:30am - 1.30pm For details: 9642731329. Entry Free. All are Welcome.

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Sustainable life
Sun Aug 12, 11:00 AM
Rachita
A discussion with Srikumar, ex NIT professor on the perils we face due to rapidly degrading natural resources and what can be done. How can we lead a sustainable and fulfilling life.

Sri Kumar will also talk about Sangatya, his beautiful farm in Karkala. The work he has been involved with since his early retirement has been in varied fields - textiles to nuclear energy. He will give us a glimpse into his experiences.
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Screening "THE YOUNG KARL MARX"
Sun Aug 12, 2:00 PM
HYDERABAD CINEPHILES
On the occasion of the 200th anniversary year of the birth of Karl Marx, the father of scientific socialism and the science of the proletariat revolution, Hyderabad Cinephiles is organising a Movie screening of The movie 'The Young Karl Marx'. The screening will be followed by a discussion on the story line and art of this movie. This movie screening is an attempt to remember this great revolutionary thinker. After the film, we will also talk about 'Relevance of Marx in today's context '.

The famous director Raúl Peck's movie 'The Young Karl Marx' is about the two great thinkers of 19th century, Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, whose genius in the quest of science to change the world and their compositions until the writing of 'Communist Manifesto' is interestingly captured in the movie. We also meet Marx's life partner Jenny, along with many such people of that time, Prudhon, Bakunin, Weitling, Bruno bauer, Ruge etc. The polemics of Marx and Engels with these thinkers is also brilliantly captured in the movie. The film presents a very important phase of Marx's life and keenly presents his life and thoughts.
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Bhoole Bhatke khajur mein atke
Sun Aug 12, 7:00 PM
MANCH Theatre
A miffed wife's attempt and random experiment on her rattle brained husband to cure him leads to series of unexpected hilarious outcomes
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The Summer of Miracles screening
Tue Aug 14, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan Programming Team
Athisayangalude Venal (2017) The Summer of Miracles.
directed by Prashant Vijay
'The Summer of Miracles' narrates a nine-year old boy's obsession to become invisible, his relentless efforts to achieve that and the consequences of his actions on people around him.
Duration: 117 min | Drama
Post screening the director will be available for an interaction with the audience.

ALL ARE WELCOME!!! ENTRY FREE!!
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Make in India: Is it a PR Stunt?
Wed Aug 15, 11:00 AM
Gouraravaram Rajasekhar
Talk and Debate-India’s Foreign Policy implications to the Make in India

GreatGameIndia (GGI) is a quarterly magazine on international affairs providing global intelligence through strategic analysis by placing events in a geopolitical and historical framework to better understand international developments and the world around us. Great Game India has a worldwide media presence with exposure in a number of leading reputed international publications worldwide from Canada, Russia, United States, India, France, Denmark, China etc.

Description: As India moves towards the new world order of Globalization and Liberalization, we take note of its implications to the concepts the freedom movement was shaped on, Swaraj and Swadeshi Movement. Are we really reaching a stage where these morals are being compromised for the sake of moving ahead in the modern world? What do we lose? What do we gain?

Indian freedom development has enlivened numerous nations like Japan, Germany, Singapore and so forth, those countries have developed tremendously over the past decades whereas India was the biggest and most critical settlement of the British Empire for that India was called as 'Jewel in the Crown' and now we couldn't even make it to the first world. On-set of this GGI wants to initiate talk and debate on where India headed since Independence and where other nations who are inspired from us have reached on this voyage of accomplishing Swaraj-Self Sustainability.

Key Points

•Introduction to History
•Difference between dominion status and Independence
•Independence and freedom-two sides of the coin
•How the future and growth of other countries can be an ‘unseen threat’
•Current scenario of the nation
•Where are we losing focus
•Consequences


‘We can't build the future for youth but we can build our youth for the future’


Speakers:
Gouravaram Rajasekhar: Co-founder & Editor of Great Game India Magazine. His area expertise is in researching Economic Warfare, Electronic Warfare, Counter-terrorism methods, Illegal Drugs, Arms Deals, Diamonds Geostrategic implications, Intelligence Gathering – ways trends doctrines future implications, Theory & Practice in the containment of 3rd Generation Cyber Warfare and 5th Generation people’s wars.
Shelley Kasli: Co-founder & Editor of Great Game India Magazine. He is counter-Terror and Intelligence Specialist he is a most sought after Business Consultant with experience in Strategy Development; providing insights with real-time information, tactical monitoring and actionable recommendations his expertise lay in providing an intelligence umbrella with comprehensive security and risk management solutions.
Lalataksh Reddy: K. Lalataksh Reddy, is the commercial and instructor pilot from Canada and he is expertise in International Relation theories, Geostrategic implications of international trade
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Swatantra
Wed Aug 15, 3:00 PM
patruni chidananda sastry
on the occasion of independence day , we would like to bring in different Indian classical dancers into one platform with participation of different dance styles both folk and classical from childrens of inda .
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5th Hasan Memorial Lecture 2018
Wed Aug 15, 7:00 PM
Lamakaan
A New Round of Jumlebaazi?: Examining Hindutva's Media Strategy.
by Siddharth Varadrajan

As India shapes up for a brutal electoral battle in 2019, there is little doubt that this upcoming
parliamentary election could well be the most important election in India’s short 70-year history as
an independent nation. An outright BJP victory will mean the firm consolidation and control over the
state by the forces of the Hindu right. In the 4 years since 2014, we have already experienced in
significant ways the impacts of a fascist takeover of State and media institutions. The unexpected
sweep of 2014 by the RSS/BJP was fashioned and crafted by a brilliant bringing together of tested RSS
strategy and a new array of tools, technologies and personnel from across the world.
The 2018 Hasan Memorial lecture is dedicated to the question of the right wing’s media strategy.
1. What are the key elements of contemporary Hindutva's media strategy?
2. What are the elements that have been borrowed from a broader rise of fascism across the world in the building of Hindutva’s media strategy?
3. Did the right’s media strategy successfully outflank the progressive’s narrative and how should we assess the shift in the mood since 2017?
4. And finally, if we do have an understanding of the Right’s media strategy, what would be the elements of a successful counter-media strategy for 2019?

About SIDDHARTH VARADARAJAN
Siddharth Varadarajan is the founding editor of The Wire – the most important liberal/left news portal
in India today. Prior to starting The Wire, Vardarajan was the editor of The Hindu and served as a
senior journalist at The Times of India. Vardarajan has also taught at NYU, UC Berkley and Shiv Nadar
University.

ENTRY IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL!!!
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Health and education
Thu Aug 16, 11:00 AM
SUNIL REDDY
Discussion on health and education system in India, for creating a better infrastructures in health and education system fo all. Ending curoptiobn and creating a better civil society, where today's kids can get better education and best health services irrespective of financial status.
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Coen Brother III
Thu Aug 16, 7:00 PM
Cinephiles Film Club
Fargo (1996), the third in our July celebration of the work of the Coen Brothers, follows in the footsteps of other films by the brothers in creating characters who have endeared themselves to us with desperately bumbling criminality, unworldly sincerity, or a combination of both. Frances McDormand stars as a pregnant cop who follows a trail of blood and money spilt in vain on the pristine snow of Minnesota.
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Yellamma and other stories
Fri Aug 17, 7:00 PM
Shruti Rao
Urban Folk Project is an initiative to build bodies of work that introduces folk arts to an urban audience. The project was started by Shilpa Mudbi Kothakota and Adithya Kothakota to bring to the fore lesser known folk forms by creating scope for research, documentation, archiving and ultimately experimenting with these knowledge systems. In order fuse more folk into our lives we stepped out into lesser known semi-urban and rural territories of Karnataka and met inspiring people and experienced practitioners across the state assuring us a lifetime of work that led us to creating UFP.

We started our journey with ‘Yellammanaata’ which is a ritualistic overnight play hosted mostly during Dussera by marginal communities around North Karnataka. It is the telling of the transformation of a princess named Renuka into the powerful Goddess Yellamma. Yellamma’s temples are across South India, even in Sri Lanka. Her following across Karnataka, and Maharashtra consists of the Jogathi (transgender women disciples), Jogamma, Jogappa and the devadasi communities. We followed these communities to document rare and dying forms related to ‘Yellammanaata’ like ‘Chowdki Pada’ and ‘Jogathi Nritya’. Along the journey we have met some spectacular artists and eye-opening concepts. Today’s performance is a collection of our experiences, the myth of Yellamma, the songs we learnt from our first folk mentors and some of the folk forms that the ‘Yellamma’ following harbours.

We believe the contemporary world has a lot to draw from cultures that are deeply rooted to the land and people. When we took a closer look at the ways in which language was used, rituals were constructed and songs were composed in folk performances, we observed how structures of social hierarchy present themselves. Once stripped of its artifice, roles ascribed by society become blurred. We see our work contributing to the encouragement of pluralistic thinking in learners. History textbooks speak of broad sweep ‘mainstream’ historical narratives. It is increasingly important, in contemporary times, to engage with history as multifaceted and culture as heterogeneous. Our attempt is to initiate perhaps a simpler way to ensure that people hear of forms that were born in a different environment.

UFP asks, how can we, as aware and educated public help establish a stronger connection with the ‘other’? Is the ‘other’ indeed different from ‘us’? Why and how?
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The Critical Thinking Workshop
Sat Aug 18, 11:30 AM
Preksha
What separates man from animal? Well, our big brains of course! Our ability to think complex thoughts is what has led to everything that is humanity - from art to engineering, from philosophy to science - thinking is the precursor to all human action.

However, this utterly important skill has never received quite the attention at school, unlike some of the other subject areas mentioned earlier. So, if you've ever felt that you'd like to learn how to improve your ability to think, this workshop is for you.

For the purpose of this workshop we will be focusing on learning how to become critical thinkers. Critical thinking is our ability to think clearly, logically, and in an unbiased manner about any issue at hand. It is also our ability to reflect on our own thinking. Our ability to think critically helps us in every imaginable sphere of life - work, society, and relationships (with others as well as ourselves).

The workshop will talk about: a) What is thinking and what types of thinking happen in our brains, b) What is critical thinking, c) How to become a critical thinker; all this in a fun filled activity based mode.

In addition, you along with other learners from the workshop will be coalesced into a WatsApp learning group for the next one month. Through this learning group, we would help you practice and develop the skills you learn in the workshop and further orient and motivate you towards critical thinking.

Note: This workshop is designed for individuals between the ages of 15 to 27 years. However, you are welcome to attend even if you do not fit this age group.

Please call to register: +91 72599 60408
Fee: Rs.200 per participant

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Write Club Saturday General
Sat Aug 18, 3:00 PM
Write Club Hyderabad
Write Club Hyderabad helps you pen your thoughts, spill your mind and finally make an appointment with the writer in your head. We conduct free, weekly events that foster writing. Our Meetups aim at helping writers reach their goals in a supportive, collaborative, social setting. Writing doesn't have to be all by oneself. We welcome anyone who writes, regardless of genre, language or age. We have members writing novels, short stories, poetry, screenplays, essays, school reports and more. What we do, basically: One of the members of Write Club (anyone with a participation count over 2 consecutive meetups) hosts a session. They bring forth a theme and writing exercises. We all then write to the host’s prompts and guidelines for about an hour. Once we're done writing, we read out our write-ups (optional). We also exchange feedback and constructively critique each other's works. Entry is free, anyone with an interest in writing can walk in. Bring your writing devices and we’re all set! We promise to provide you with good coffee and a super-creative conversation. We have Write Club sessions every Saturday afternoon – 3 to 6 PM
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Shaan - e - Azaadi
Sat Aug 18, 7:00 PM
Safarnama Theatre
Safarnama presents “Shaan-e-Azaadi”, a canvas of 3 events – A stageplay, A streetplay and a monologue – put together to not only just celebrate but to raise various questions on current issues of India and how we are responsible for making our nation better. So, let’s come together and be a witness to our 72nd Independence Day.

Event 1: Streetplay “Ae Watan”– (45 mins)
We often complain about the freedom we have been given after Independence and how faulty is our system these days. But what we forget is freedom didn’t happen suddenly. It’s a clay which can be moulded as per our will and it is upto us what we can create from it. Our country has issues, its on us to resolve them. It’s not about how much freedom we receive, but do we really respect the freedom we have?
Cast: Chetan Gupta, Devender Bhardwaj, Smitali Das, Prity Kumari, Prerna Gupta, Parikshit Sinha, Debabrata Panda, Gaurav Singla, Nikhil Singh, Gaurav Mishra, Prateek, Pradipto, Prathyusha Pulipati, Nikhil Sharma
Adapted and Directed by: Devender Bhardwaj

------------Break 1: 10-15 mins--------------

Event 2: Monologue – “Mera Dharam Mahan?” (25 min)
Religions are on display. Which one do you choose? Which one do you leave? The society has marked all of us under different religions and we have worsened the structure by engaging ourselves into fights and extremism. Come experience a hard hitting and a realistic monologue enacted by Devender Bhardwaj. You are bound to be left thinking whether is it the time to change?
Performed by: Devender Bhardwaj

--------------Break 2: 10-15 mins----------

Event 3: Play – “Bhartendu Ka Bazaar” (20 min)
It is a musical excerpt from the play 'Andher Nagri Chaupat Raja' by Bhartendu Harishchandra. The excerpt symbolizes the importance of unity among Indian businesses and foundations which are being shaken by foreign traders. In times of unity and strength, we need to come, stand together and demonstrate that our roots and foundations are here to stay. Come join the colorful market place and take back a lot to think.
Cast: Chetan Gupta, Devender Bhardwaj, Smitali Das, Prity Kumari, Prerna Gupta, Parikshit Sinha, Debabrata Panda, Gaurav Singla, Nikhil Singh, Gaurav Mishra, Prateek
Adapted and Directed by: Devender Bhardwaj
For more details, Contact:
Devender Bhardwaj (+91 9873235451)
Smitali Das (+91 9538795831)

Media Handles:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SafarnamaTheatre
Twitter: https://twitter.com/thesafarnama
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/safarnamatheatre
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Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
Sun Aug 19, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
On this Sunday morning through afternoon come and explore wide range of Organic Fruits, veggies & groceries Homemade Breads and other baked goods; Organic Lunch, Handicrafts and Handlooms, Handmade Jewelry, Terrace Gardening Corner, Creative Design Spaces. Every Sunday 10:30am - 1.30pm For details: 9642731329. Entry Free. All are Welcome.

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Finger Painting workshop
Sun Aug 19, 10:30 AM
Varsha Nair
We would like to organize a finger painting workshop at Lamakaan .
The event is open for all age groups. Anybody can drop in.
Materials will be provided as well!
Its a fun session to tune your creativity and stress buster. We will need chairs and tables (to place the canvas and pallette)for 80 participants on an average.
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Meet-up Hyderabad
Sun Aug 19, 2:00 PM
VIBGYOR
On the occasion of World Photography Day, VIBGYOR would like to invite enthusiast photographers of the city to join in for a open-heart discussion on Photography being practiced today.
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"Vijay Jodha Special" Screenings
Sun Aug 19, 7:30 PM
Goethe-Zentrum Hyderabad
Vijay is a Gurgaon-based writer, photographer and filmmaker. He completed his school and college from Hyderabad and studied filmmaking at New York University. He has produced five books and his projects have received over seventy honours in 24 countries. His films have been broadcast in over 200 countries on 75 channels including BBC, CNN and Discovery. Two of his books and three of his films have been selected for archiving in the U.S. Library of Congress. Parallel to paid work, he has produced over 30 films on pro bono basis, and has helped raise over Rs. 1.6 crores for various grassroots organisations.

Vijay Jodha as a filmmaker has won sixteen best director/film awards; grants from premier cinematic institutions like Sundance, Eurovision and ITVS International; as well as philanthropic institutions like Swiss Development Agency, The Ford Foundation and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Three of his films have been selected for archiving in the U.S. Library of Congress.
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Coen Brothers IV
Wed Aug 22, 7:00 PM
Cinephiles Film Club
Our month of Coen Brothers' screenings includes a film by another director who paved the way for the kind of work the Coen Brothers did. The Long Goodbye (1973) updates Philip Marlowe, the iconic hard-boiled detective created by the novelist Raymond Chandler in the 1940s and who laid the template for many a classical Hollywood detective thriller. Marlowe now is a scruffy remnant of the 1960s, harassed by, among others, an incredibly fussy cat.
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Khusrau Dariya Prem Ka
Thu Aug 23, 7:00 PM
Moving Images & Lamakaan Programming Team
Moving Images in collaboration with Lamakaan
invites you to the screening of Yousuf Saeed's Film

"Khusrau Dariya Prem Ka"

Post-screening Q&A, discussion with the Director about the movie will follow.

ALL ARE WELCOME!!!
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Legacy of Quli Qutb Shah
Fri Aug 24, 6:00 PM
Fasiullah SM
A talk on ‘Legacy of Quli Qutb Shah’ is being organized as part of Fourth Anniversary of Hyderabad Youth Mirror (HYM), a platform focused on youth, Hyderabad, and regional stuff.

Quli Qutb Shah, the founder of Hyderabad, not only laid foundation of iconic Charminar but also played vital role in promoting art, diversity and distinct features what we today associate with Hyderabad and Deccan.

The talk will explore contributions of Quli Qutb Shah in various spheres.

Entry is Free and Open to All.
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Preserving Charminar
Fri Aug 24, 7:30 PM
Lamakaan Programming Team
Preserving Charminar from Encroachments

2018 marks 500 years since the Qutb Shahi dynasty was established in 1518 by Sultan Quli Qutb Shah. And 73 years later, his grandson and fourth king of the dynasty founded the city of Hyderabad, with the iconic Charminar being its foundation. Built to mark the new city's beginning and the end of a supposed plague, the edifice today is Hyderabad's face.

And 427 years since it was constructed, the Charminar has witnessed the city grow around it, having seen the end of two dynasties. But over time, the iconic structure has been subject to encroachments and disturbances, in spite of it being a national monument protected by the Archaeological Survey of India. While that in itself is not something new, how it has happened over time will is something we as citizens should look at, especially in terms of protecting our heritage.

And to understand that, or guest speaker will be Mr. Milan Kumar Chauley, who is the Superintending Archaeologist with the ASI, looking after all the national monuments in both Andhra and Telangana. Mr. Chauley will deliver a talk and also make a presentation about the Charminar and its surrounding encroachments.

About the speaker:
Mr. Milan Kumar Chauley first joined service as a Documentation Officer with Delhi government's archaeology department in 2002. He joined the ASI in 2003, working for its excavation branch in Bhubaneshwar and Delhi. In 2012, Mr. Chauley became a Superintending Achaeologist directly after writing the UPSC exam, following which he was appointed to the Telangana/AP circle as the same in 2017.

ALL ARE WELCOME!!!
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Rangasthalam Acting Workshop
Sat Aug 25, 10:30 AM
Rangasthalam Actors Studio
Rangasthalam Actors Studio is conducting a 2 days acting workshop.

It’s a perfect opportunity for you to hone your acting skills. The workshop will involve a lot of theatre games helpful to improve concentration, relaxation, observation and imagination. There would be improvisations to understand the moment to moment work. Exercises like sense memory and emotional memory would help actors to bring out their emotions realistically. Basics of characterization would be taught. That will help actors to create unique characters.
The workshop will cover voice modulation, vocal range and speech work. The workshop will enable the actors to build their confidence to perform.
.

Date- 25 Aug– 26 Aug

Time – 11.00 am to 6.00 pm

Venue- Lamakaan

Course Overview-
 Concentration and focus exercises
 Observation games and observed character
 Creative Imagination
 Relaxation and ease in performance
 Improvisations and storytelling
 Creating relationships and behaviour.
 Emotional memory and Sense Memory
 Characterization and character analysis
 Operative words and beats
 Voice culture and voice modulation
 Vocal range
 Physical awareness, flexibility and body rhythm.
 Body language, mannerisms, gestures and posture.

About the instructor – Kumar Nitin is an actor, director and actor trainer. He is a devoted theatre professional who has performed in more than 500 shows and directed many plays. He has extensive actor training experience. He is trained in western as well as Indian acting techniques. He has done MA in theatre and MFA in Acting form USA.
You can join the workshop by paying just Rs 1000. For admissions and admission related enquiry please contact on
Contact- rangasthalamactorsstudio@gmail.com
Mobile - 6309749717

#RangasthalamActorsStudio #RAS #actorslife #auditions #casting #theatre #drama #artist #play
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TALKERS ' TASTE
Sat Aug 25, 10:30 AM
THE SARVODAYA INTERNATIONAL TRUST
TALKERS' TASTE IS AN INTER SCHOOL ELOCUTION COMPETITION FOR STUDENTS OF CLASSES 7,8,9,11 ORGANISED BY THE SARVODAYA

INTERNATIONAL TRUST, THE TELANGANA AND ANDHRA PRADESH CHAPTER. THE THEME IS GANDHI AND HIS LIFE AND MESSAGE. TOPICS WILL BE SENT EARLIER

BUT PICKED ON THE SPOT AND ABOUT FIFTY SCHOOLS WILL BE INVITED WITH TWO STUDENTS FROM EACH SCHOOL IN THE JUNIOR AND SENIOR SECTIONS. PRIZES

WILL BE DECLARED BUT GIVEN ONLY ON 2ND OCTOBER GANDHI JAYANTHI.

ORGANIZERS' DETAILS--THE SARVODAYA INTERNATIONAL TRUST , THE TELANGANA AND ANDHRA PRADESH CHAPTER IS AN INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION

DEDICATED TO SPREADING AWARENESS AMONG THE YOUTH , ABOUT THE LIFE AND MESSAGE OF MAHATMA GANDHIJI. IT ORGANIZES REGULAR ANNUAL
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Write Club Saturday General
Sat Aug 25, 3:00 PM
Write Club Hyderabad
Write Club Hyderabad helps you pen your thoughts, spill your mind and finally make an appointment with the writer in your head. We conduct free, weekly events that foster writing. Our Meetups aim at helping writers reach their goals in a supportive, collaborative, social setting. Writing doesn't have to be all by oneself. We welcome anyone who writes, regardless of genre, language or age. We have members writing novels, short stories, poetry, screenplays, essays, school reports and more. What we do, basically: One of the members of Write Club (anyone with a participation count over 2 consecutive meetups) hosts a session. They bring forth a theme and writing exercises. We all then write to the host’s prompts and guidelines for about an hour. Once we're done writing, we read out our write-ups (optional). We also exchange feedback and constructively critique each other's works. Entry is free, anyone with an interest in writing can walk in. Bring your writing devices and we’re all set! We promise to provide you with good coffee and a super-creative conversation. We have Write Club sessions every Saturday afternoon – 3 to 6 PM
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Campus Rising
Sat Aug 25, 5:30 PM
Apna Watan & Lamakaan Programming Team
Apna Watan in collaboration with Lamakaan invites you to the screening of Yousuf Saeed's Film

"Campus Rising"

Post-screening Q&A, discussion with the Director about the movie will follow.

ALL ARE WELCOME!!!
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Rangasthalam Acting Workshop
Sun Aug 26, 10:30 AM
Rangasthalam Actors Studio
Rangasthalam Actors Studio is conducting a 2 days acting workshop.

It’s a perfect opportunity for you to hone your acting skills. The workshop will involve a lot of theatre games helpful to improve concentration, relaxation, observation and imagination. There would be improvisations to understand the moment to moment work. Exercises like sense memory and emotional memory would help actors to bring out their emotions realistically. Basics of characterization would be taught. That will help actors to create unique characters.
The workshop will cover voice modulation, vocal range and speech work. The workshop will enable the actors to build their confidence to perform.
.

Date- 25 Aug– 26 Aug

Time – 11.00 am to 6.00 pm

Venue- Lamakaan

Course Overview-
 Concentration and focus exercises
 Observation games and observed character
 Creative Imagination
 Relaxation and ease in performance
 Improvisations and storytelling
 Creating relationships and behaviour.
 Emotional memory and Sense Memory
 Characterization and character analysis
 Operative words and beats
 Voice culture and voice modulation
 Vocal range
 Physical awareness, flexibility and body rhythm.
 Body language, mannerisms, gestures and posture.

About the instructor – Kumar Nitin is an actor, director and actor trainer. He is a devoted theatre professional who has performed in more than 500 shows and directed many plays. He has extensive actor training experience. He is trained in western as well as Indian acting techniques. He has done MA in theatre and MFA in Acting form USA.
You can join the workshop by paying just Rs 1000. For admissions and admission related enquiry please contact on
Contact- rangasthalamactorsstudio@gmail.com
Mobile - 6309749717

#RangasthalamActorsStudio #RAS #actorslife #auditions #casting #theatre #drama #artist #play
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India to Australia on Bike
Sun Aug 26, 6:00 PM
CANDIDA LOUIS, Yunus Lasania & Lamakaan Programming Council
India to Australia on Bike by CANDIDA LOUIS
#AustralasianOdyssey
Why Travel?: Although there exist multiple channels to empower women including literacy, financial security, rights education, etc., I personally
believe that travel and learning about multiple cultures, people and ideas through first-hand experience is the most powerful educational tool.

Why Me?: Hailing from a small town in India (Hubli) and having traveled extensively both within in India and internationally, I have experienced
first-hand, the growth as a person and in confidence levels enabled by travel. And, I have realized that people and world at large is not as bad or
dangerous as it is made to be on a daily basis. And, I want to spread this message as wide as possible.

Envisioned Societal Impact: Encourage women from semi-urban and rural parts of developing Asian countries discover themselves, gain
confidence and grow both personally and professionally through travel experiences.

Objective: To impart the Educational and Empowerment virtues and benefits of travel to the women folk in semi-urban and rural areas in
countries such as India, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia and Australia.

Why Women?: Women in this part of the world, especially in the non-urban areas are still considered and treated as the weaker gender and are
dependent on men both socially and economically. Some of them who want to break this hold need to adequately educated.

CANDIDA LOUIS
RIDER PROFILE

Professional biker and travel designer, Candida Louis has led more than 34 customised biking group
tours, within India and internationally, having ridden in 14 Countries and 5 Continents, with the
highlight being a 7 month solo ride across 22 states in India covering 34,000 km. She has published
multiple blogs and articles about her journey and has been features in online and digital
publications across India.
With more than 13 years of biking experience, Candida is looking to winder the horizons for Indian
bikers and biking communities and invite them to lifechanging journeys across the world.

ALL ARE WELCOME!!!
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Heirloom Indian Folk
Tue Aug 28, 7:00 PM
Runki Goswami
This is a concert celebrating heirloom Indian Folk in its unique and original form. . Indian folklore and folk music is classical talent which many Indians remain unaware of. Given how vast and diverse the country is, and the fact that at about every 100 kilometers a different dialect is spoken, its musical traditions have been woefully neglected for lack of interest, knowledge and touristic value.It is my humble effort to revive and keep true Indian folk music alive not only in India but also on the international diaspora. My music concerts are just not about singing, but narrating the history and interpretation of every pastoral folk rendition accompanied by authentic instrumentals. In this particular concert, I will take the audience through a journey from North to South India through folk music in its original language. I would be singing almost 20 folk songs in 10+ different languages.I had first done this concert in India International Centre in Delhi, followed by yet another detailed version of it in India High Commission London. I now want to spread awareness around Indian folk and take it within Indian and abroad.
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Zinda Ya Murda - A live corpse
Fri Aug 31, 7:30 PM
Dakshin Dhwani
A play about a middle-aged man who places an obituary advertisement in local newspapers even when he is alive and disappears. Once when he is caught, the police come face-to-face with a hard-hitting set of incidents which made him take up such a bizarre decision.

Inspired by a true story
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K-Circle Quiz of the Month
Sat Sep 1, 4:30 PM
K-Circle Quiz Club
K-Circle is today India's oldest quiz club, formed in 1972, and is based in the twin cities of Hyderabad & Secunderabad. This Saturday would be the K-Circle Quiz of the Month at Lamakaan which would be a lively, engaging and informally informative quiz session that anybody is welcome to attend! A motley group, K-Circle is open to members of all ages. We are a truly informal club as we don’t have a form for new entrants to fill. There are no registrations, no frills, no badges, no pins/medals, no passwords. . . if you come in late, you just may have to perch on the window sill, but that's about it! The quiz would be a team event, with the teams being formed on spot. Do bring your friends and family along as well for what should surely be a thrilling Saturday evening! K-Circle quizzes have the well-deserved reputation of being thoroughly researched, highly interesting and innovative (far removed from the mugging-from-GK books sort of quiz that is all too common hereabouts). We meet every Saturday at a pre-decided location in the twin cities. Information regarding upcoming sessions is updated on the website - www.kcircle.com As well as our Facebook group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/kcircle/ You can also add yourself to our subscribers' mailing list by sending an email to kckcircle@gmail.com.
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THE OTHER SAHDE OF LOVE
Sat Sep 1, 7:30 PM
XpressionZ
XpressionZ Theatre Presents"The Other Shade of love" inspired by Othello.
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Basic Calligraphy Workshop
Sun Sep 2, 10:30 AM
sharmila
Discover the world of gorgeous lettering without dip pens or brush pens. Faux calligraphy – calligraphy created with any writing instrument at hand ( regular pen, pencil, chalk etc..), this calligraphy technique will allow you to create beautiful lettering with regular tools at hand; plus develop muscle memory, that will prove to be of much use on pursuance of dip pen calligraphy.
What you’ll learn:
• Faux calligraphy ( majuscles as well as miniscules) worksheets + exemplar
• Different writing styles using faux calligraphy technique ( worksheets will be provided)
• At the end of the workshop participants will create a floral wreath with their name in it as a recap of what they learnt in the 3 hour workshop.
ALL SUPPLIES WILL BE PROVIDED
FEE- ₹1500
(Age group: 12+)
for registration contact : nsharmila2014@gmail.com
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Muskanein Jhooti Hai
Sun Sep 2, 7:30 PM
XpressionZ Theatre Bangalore
Based on one of the finest works of Agatha Christie. A murder mystery that enthralls audience till the end..
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Imagined Homeland
Fri Sep 7, 7:30 PM
India Foundation for the Arts (IFA) & Lamakaan Programming Team
India Foundation for the Arts (IFA)
in collaboration with
Lamakaan
presents

Imagined Homeland - a counterpose to the colonial-anthropological representation of tribes in India
a presentation by Sharbendu De

Friday, September 07, 2018 | 07:30 PM | Lamakaan
Off-Road No 1, Banjara Hills, Opposite GVK One, Hyderabad, Telangana - 500 034

Join us for a presentation by lens-based visual artist Sharbendu De on the lives of the Lisus, an indigenous forest-dwelling community located on the Indo-Myanmar border of Arunachal Pradesh. Sharbendu will share his photographic and video work through an understanding of the stereotypes and politics of representation of marginalised communities.

Sharbendu De is a lens-based visual artist, academic, and writer. His work explores the intersections between documentary and conceptual approaches. Symbolism, mythology, and dream interpretation influence his art practice. He has an MA in Photojournalism from the University of Westminster, London (2010). His six-year-long photographic project Imagined Homeland is soon to be exhibited at Prix Voies Off in Arles, France, and at the Indian Photography Festival at Hyderabad. Sharbendu grew up in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands but presently lives in New Delhi.

Sharbendu De received a grant under the Arts Research programme, made possible with support from Titan Company Limited.

ENTRY FREE & OPEN TO ALL!!!
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Saga of the Rains
Sat Sep 8, 7:30 PM
Barnali
Kalabitan presents "Saga of the Rains" a collage of classical rain Ragas, poems and Bengali Songs at Lamakaan on 8 September 2018, Saturday, 7.30 PM. Artists are Barnali & Lahari (Vocal), Sohini & Swapan (Recitation) and Abhijit (Tabla).
Entry Free

Contact: 9440543341