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Bhavana Sets Brisk Tone For Her Recital

Bhavana Penubolu’s dance recital at Shilparamam was a good presentation of a young performer’s talent, abhinaya & energy levels. Bhavana started her performance with an invocation to Lord Ganesha in Ragam Hansadhwani and this set the brisk tone of her recital.

Bhavana then next presented her main piece, a Varnam in Raagam Neelambari. She surprisingly packed tremendous energy in her presentation for a Raagam in Carnatic music which is usually used to present slow songs and lullabyes. Her jathis in this Varnam which depicted the naayaki’s longing and praise of Lord Muruga or Shivabala were the highlight. The varnam also describes the dance of the peacock or mayuri which looked appropriate to invoke the rain gods who were kind enough to pause for the evening.

Bhavana’s next presentation was a Marathi Abhang in Bhimpalas, a composition of Sant Bhanudasa. She presented this   with a light - classical feel and a catchy folk tune and it showcased her versatility in her reprtoire. She concluded her recital with a Thillana in Raag Shivaranjani and she did full justice to brisk jathis which are a highlight of the Thillana. Footwork and Abhinaya seems to be Bhavana’s forte.

 

Durjoy Datta’s Book Launched In Hyderabad

Landmark Store launched the book ‘The Boy Who Loved’ by popular novelist Durjoy Datta in Hyderabad on the third Saturday of June. The only thing you cannot plan in life is when and who to fall in love with...

Raghu likes to show that there is nothing remarkable about his life—loving, middle-class parents, an elder brother he looks up to and plans to study in an IIT. And that’s how he wants things to seem—normal. Deep down, however, the guilt of letting his closest friend drown in the school’s swimming pool gnaws at him. And even as he punishes himself by hiding from the world and shying away from love and friendship, he feels drawn to the fascinating Brahmi—a girl quite like him, yet so different. No matter how hard Raghu tries, he begins to care . . . Then life throws him into the deep end and he has to face his worst fears. Will love be strong enough to pull him out?  The Boy Who Loved, first of a two-part romance, is warm and dark, edgy and quirky.

Tracing Narratives Workshop Held For Students

Prof. Dr. N. Kavita Daryani Rao, Vice-Chancellor JNAFAU, inaugurated ‘Tracing Narratives’ Travelling Expo Hyderabad Stop at State Art Gallery, Madhapur. On the first day, Anuradha Reddy (INTACH Convenor Hyderabad Chapter) addressed on Memories of City in Transformation, while Dr. Ananth Marganti Executive Director, Hyderabad Urban Labs, spoke on Changing Neighbourhoods. The event was attended by various architecture college students practicing landscape architects & artist.

An initiative by LEAF (Landscape Environment Advancement Foundation), and presented by Team Leaf Hyderabad, Tracing Narratives – Indian Landscape Design, is a forum that talks about the state of architecture and design in India. The exhibition and the monograph are categorized in nine loosely-structured sections. It attempts to make the idea of the garden an important component of the discussion in the field of landscape design. The exhibition attempted to create a lens through which practitioners may care to evaluate the world of landscape design.

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