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  • हमें झूठे वायदे नहीं सुविधाएं चाहिए, हमें कॉलेज में राजनीति नहीं पढ़ाई चाहिए।

    July 30th, 2016 by

    खालसा कॉलेज मे अंकुर थिएटर के कलाकारों द्वारा एक नुक्कड़ नाटक का आयोजन किया गया । कलाकारों ने अपने नाटक के माध्यम से आज के विद्यार्थी व राजनैतिक दलों को फोकस मे रखकर वर्तमान की वास्तविकता को प्रदर्षित किया। कलाकारों द्वारा दिखाया गया की किस तरह से राजनैतिक दल विद्यार्थियों का इस्तेमाल करते हैं और हर राजनैतिक दल झूठे वायदे करके छात्रों को अपनी तरफ आकर्षित करते हैं। आज के छात्र भी अपने आप को प्रभावी व शक्तिशाली बनाने के लिए उन […]

  • Satya Niketan and Janakpuri to get taste of Soch Theatre’s iACT Workshop

    May 9th, 2016 by

    In today’s world, personality development, confidence and voice modulation has become the most important part of our lives which when worked upon can truly change the prospects of an individual in both personal and professional lives. Soch theatre which has been at the forefront of connecting with masses on social issues through street and stage plays started inviting some time back children and people from different age groups to develop their personality, confidence and other aspects through their iACT Workshop. […]

  • Contemporary Painters of West Bengal – Exhibition at India Habitat Center

    March 29th, 2016 by

    Boat Painting of Ramesh Prasad Gupta
    West Bengal is the richest part of India in terms of Art and Culture and this has been proved time and again by many writers and artists through their work. This tradition is now being taken forward by contemporary artists and painters of the state. 3 amazing painters, Ramesh Prasad Gupta, Rabindranath Das and Bharat Das the Contemporary painters from West Bengal exhibited their latest paintings on the themes of Sea Shore in Bengal to Bengal’s culture and city life […]

  • “हवा नई रुख वही” (Hawa Nayi Rukh Wahi) by Ibtida – The Dramatics Society of Hindu College

    March 28th, 2016 by

    Hawa nai rukh wahi by IBTIDA The Dramatic Society of Hindu College
    “There is a place in this world for satire, but there is a time when satire ends and intolerance and bigotry towards religious beliefs… Begins” – ISSAC HAYES आज कल हवा भी कुछ कहती है, सच बताकर आधे झूठ को ही सच बनाती है, सालो की खुसपुसाहट को, आज शोर सा सुनाती है, मुझे भोला समझकर भगवे और हरे में अंतर दिखाती है, जलती सब्जी के धुंए को कहती है, दंगे की आग है, पडोसी की आन बान को दूर से […]

  • Colonial Hangover – is India Really Living “The Great Indian Dream” ?

    March 21st, 2016 by

    THE GREAT INDIAN DREAM by Abhivyakti at Pratyaksh 2016 Khalsa
    “Long years ago we made a tryst with destiny, and now the time comes when we shall redeem our Pledge, not wholly or in full measure, but very substantially. At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to live and freedom”- Jawaharlal Nehru’s first speech for Independent India.  Abhivyakti, the dramatics society of Indraprastha College for Women, through their play “The Great Indian Dream” highlighted that how currently Indians are suffering from a ‘colonial […]

  • Pratyaksh Theatre Festival

    March 8th, 2016 by

    Pratyaksh 2016 at SGTB Khalsa College
    Ankur Dramatics Society, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College organized an Annual Theatre Festival, Pratyaksh on February 25-26, 2016. Since long Theatre in India has been known to sensitize people about societal issues related to caste, religion, gender and many others. Pratyaksh Theatre Festival included both stages plays (competitive) and street plays (non-competitive). The stage play was performed by 6 colleges from Delhi University on Feb 25. Street plays saw more teams participating during the festival on Feb 26. The […]

  • सुन! तू रहने दे! (Sun! Tu Rehne De!) – LSR Dramatics Society at Pratyaksh 2016

    March 7th, 2016 by

    Lady Sri Ram College at Pratyaksh
    “When MEN are Oppressed, it’s a Tragedy, When WOMEN are Oppressed, It’s a Tradition”– Letty Cotton Poregin Today women are contributing to a greater extent in every field and are making their families and societies proud, still we see glimpses of Patriarchy through Domestic Violence, Rape, and Gender-Based Violence in our society quite often. Patriarchy even today is the biggest fight for any women. LSR Dramatics Society at Pratyaksh’ 16 depicted a street play सुन! तू  रहने दे! (Sun! Tu Rehne De!) […]

  • Suraj Kund Mela Showcases Enchanting India

    February 16th, 2016 by

    Surajkund Internation Craft Mela 2016
    India is a country of rich traditions and though we have adopted to the changing modern world with open arms, Indians are proud of still being firmly rooted to their rich culture, which we have inherited from our ancestors. Efforts are now being made to introduce this rich culture to our youth and present it to them in a way that young generation is tempted to learn and understand it. One such event, which reintroduces Enchanting India to the youth […]

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