A large section of people, Gandhi said, are oblivious to the many facets of the city.
A voluntary, non-profit organisation, TPAS was ranked the number one photographic club in India by the Federation of Indian Photography in 2015-2016.
Staged at the Tagore Theatre Tuesday, it recently won the Dadasaheb Phalke Excellence Award 2017 for 'best play'.
The play will be staged at Chowdhry’s favourite venue, The Rock Garden, with which she has special connects, “it is the first time that Nek Chand won’t be present there and we all will miss him,” said Chowdhry.
If the issue was a need for more light at the Sukhna, said a senior conservation architect of the city, it could have been met with other easy and practical remedies.
Photographer Purnesh Dev Nikhanj sets out at different times of the day to capture the city in its natural beauty, keeping in frame its architecture.
Musawar is an art collective that strives to bring artists and the artistically inclined on a common platform
The idea is to get people closer to art, encourage them to interact with artists outside gallery spaces and be a part of the process of art creation: Chairperson of Chandigarh Lalit Kala Akademi
In Chandigarh, CEVA, Purple Mangoes and HsHs Clowns collaborated to celebrate the India's Red Nose day, on Tuesday evening, at the Sector 17 Plaza.
This year, the fellowship award to Singh was recommended by the jury comprising Avtarjeet Singh Dhanjal, internationally acclaimed sculptor from London and Dattatrya Apte.
According to Paresh Rawal, theatre is ever-evolving as the play’s form has changed with the times, with constant improvisations based on the audience’s feedback and responses.
While Amarbir Singh’s sculptures in wood, titled ‘Crucification of Farmer’ depict a hand with a seed, Randeep Singh’s photograph rues the death of democracy.
Stand-up comedians Amit Tandon, Atul Khatri and Jeeveshu Ahluwalia asked the audience to “brush up their English”, as they humoured one and all present in the audience.
The exhibition is on at Punjab Kala Bhawan, Sector 16, till March 5.
The festival is on at Tagore Theatre, from 6.30-9 pm. On March 4, on the English comedy day you can laugh with Amit Tandon, Atul Khatri and Jeeveshu Ahluwalia.
The Book Fair is on at the Exhibition Ground, Sector 34, Chandigarh till March 5, 11 am onwards.
Their aim is to connect and reach out to varied audience and also talk of various issues affecting our lives through theatre.
A work of five long years, the biography is the life story of the Maharaja and an absorbing account of the various facets of his personality and life — as a Maharaja, Army officer, and one of the most prominent individuals in Punjab politics.
As opposed to India, in the West, observes Tanwar, people are recognised for their worth, and not for their position, power, money, or social standing.
As part of ‘Sureela Safar’, organised by Basant Girija Shree Society, Asha Parekh lend an ear to several songs sung by singers from in and around the Chandigarh.
Maan sings that “a storm of drugs is blowing across the state... the brave have lost their bravery... drugs have destroyed Punjabi youth.”
Emotions is a ghazal album dedicated to poet Nida Fazli.
In his creative practice, Shetty explores how there are many objects which are seemingly opposite; with many available positions, and in the work he looks at how to bring them together and not see these separately.
Sangita Vardhan, founder and chairperson of Vatsal Chaya Trust, received the UT Administration’s award in the field of social services on this Republic Day.
In Kashmir, he became a local celebrity and Commissioner Cooper was the first to get Gardner’s story, but he was older and may have forgotten many of them,” reflects the author.
The workshop also has Professor Bhoop Singh Gulia from Haryana, Chandrakant Mahala Dadra and Nagar Haveli, both working with folk motifs and elements to create their art.
Taslim Jamal has used oil and cloth on canvas for the showcase, and the forms are simple and freely drawn.
The story, based on the novel, revolves around a transgender who has been living in a dera for 15 years, and how a chance meeting with her family and attempts to be accepted by them, leads to a tragedy
Swarajbir has been felicitated for the same for his Punjabi play Maseya di Raat, which deals with the many social issues of female foeticide.
Many friends and associates walked down the memory lane, recalling the contribution of Sharma to Chandigarh and his love and affection for the city, which he said was unique in every way.
Celebrating 15 years of the Writers’ Bloc Showcase, Shernaz Patel and Rajit Kapoor, who presented dramatised readings of the plays Still and Moving and Mahua in the city, on bringing curated original plays by Indian playwrights to different cities.
The play, to be staged with the support of the Punjab Sangeet Natak Akademi, will be staged on December 16 at 6.30 pm at Punjab Kala Bhawan, Sector 16, Chandigarh.
The effort, according to the authors, who presented many photographs, paintings, illustrations from the book, as part of their absorbing talk, was to unearth fascinating, new information about the Kohinoor.
Le Corbusier Centre, the workplace of Le Corbusier and his team from where Chandigarh was designed, will get facility for scholars, students.
The world of music has no limitations, believes composer Anandji Virji Shah as he relives his years in the film industry
The November sun, glistening waters of the Lake, and a cover of green had both the authors and the audience deeply absorbed in sessions on various subjects and themes.