Plant a Flag
In the event that you might want to keep the soul of the republic alive by dispersing banners on January 26 and past, the association 21Fools offers eco-accommodating seed paper plantable banners that will develop into a marigold when planted in the dirt. These plantable banners are produced using waste cotton and seeds by skilled workers from Sanganer, Jaipur. A pack of 250 is of Rs 2,500.
Meera Mujumdar is off watching a play with a past love interest. In the interim, her better half, Niranjan, is adjusting an arrangement to kill her. It is secure, the justifications are clever and the date is fixed. Along these lines, one stormy evening, Meera dozes alone in her home. At the assigned time, the phone rings. As Meera gets up to respond to it, she has no clue about the dull shadow that prowls behind her curtains. What occurs next is the subject of the play, A Perfect Murder, coordinated by Vijay Kenkre. It will be organized at Yashwantrao Chavan Natyagruha at 12.30 pm and Ram Krishna More Auditorium at 6 pm. Entry: Rs 200 ahead.
Draw a Republic
Samruddhi’s Art and Classes, which holds drawing and painting classes for all age gatherings, from fundamental to cutting edge, has coordinated a meeting, named Free Drawing Workshop: Republic Day Special, to stamp quite possibly the main occasions on the public schedule. It will be held from 6 pm. On Facebook Live.
Light and Shadow
An exhibition, named Tholu Bommalata, brings the conventional shadow theater custom of Andhra Pradesh to an online presentation. Tholu Bommalata alludes to manikins made from goat and sheep skin and planned and painted by craftsmans. They show up in front of an audience, behind a white blind, and the crowd can just view the hued shadows, yet not the genuine manikins, by methods for a light source. In the presentation, painting, music, dance, etching, acting and account narrating meet up in an arresting performer. On BookMyShow, 8 pm. Charges: Rs 30.
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