Dasara EVENTS tomorrow (Sept. 22)
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Dasara EVENTS tomorrow (Sept. 22)

Dasara Darshana & RAITHA Dasara

Venue: Kote Anjaneyaswamy Temple, Palace North Gate

7.30 am: Dasara Darshana – Inauguration by Transport Minister H.M. Revanna.

9.30 am: Raitha Dasara Procession – Inauguration by Rural Development Minister H.K. Patil.

Venue: J.K. Grounds

10.30 am: Raitha Dasara Expo – Inauguration by Agriculture Minister Krishna Byregowda

Makkala Dasara

Venue: Jaganmohan Palace

10.30 am: Inauguration by Primary & Secondary Education Minister Tanveer Sait.

 

Chinnara Dasara

Venue: J.K. Grounds

10.30 am: Inauguration by Karnataka State Commission for Protection of Child Rights Chairperson Dr. Kripa Amar Alva.

Creative Arts and Painting Exhibition

Venue: Kalamandira

11 am: Inauguration by Sugar Minister Dr. Geetha Mahadevaprasad.

Food Mela (AAhara MELA)

Venue: Scouts and Guides; Time: 8 am to 10 pm.

12 noon: Nalapaaka Contest – ‘Akki rotti and Badanekai Palya / Chutney’

to 2 pm for mother-in-law and daughter-in-law.

12 noon: Seminar on ‘Aspirations of Indian Constitution’ for PG students (both men and women).

Venue: MUDA Grounds near Lalitha Mahal Palace; Time: 8 am to 10 pm.

Kannada BOOK Expo

Venue: CADA premises

5 pm: Kavi Goshti.

 

Yuva Dasara

Venue: Maharaja’s College Grounds

5.30 pm: Inauguration by Mysuru District Minister Dr. H.C. Mahadevappa.

Concert by Palak Muchhal of Dil Se Dil Tak-fame.

Cultural Programmes

Venue: Mysore Palace premises

6 pm: Sitar-Sarangi-Sitar Jugalbandi by Pandit Ankush Nayak (Sitar), Ustad Faiyaz Khan (Sarangi) and Ustad Rafique Khan (Sitar).

7 pm: Hindustani Music Concert by Pt. M. Venkatesh Kumar, Dharwad.

8 pm: Classical Dance by Actress and Classical Dancer V. Shobana, Chennai.

Venue: Kalamandira

5.30 pm: Cheraw Dance by Mizoram, South Zone Cultural Centre.

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6 pm: Sugama Sangeetha by Sri Mahalingaiah Mutt & troupe, Chikkaballapur.

7 pm: Dance-Drama on Nadabrahma Tyagarajaru – Nadahamsa Academy of Music, Bengaluru.

8 pm: Dance by Rohini Uday and troupe, Mangaluru.

 

Venue: Jaganmohan Palace

5.30 pm: Bharatanatyam by Layabhinaya Cultural Foundation, Bengaluru.

6 pm: Kuchipudi by Andhra Pradesh South Zone Cultural Centre.

7 pm: Folk Singing by K.M. Kusuma and troupe.

8 pm: Dance-Drama by Padmini Priya Nritya Kala Academy, Bengaluru.

Venue: Ganabharathi

5.30 pm: Hindustani Music by Hanumantarao Gonavara, Raichur.

6 pm: Classical Music by Rajani Karigara and troupe, Haveri.

7 pm: Mandolin Recital by M. Bhargavi and troupe, Mysuru.

8 pm: Dance-Drama by S. Vani and troupe, Bengaluru.

 

Venue: Chikkagadiyara (Dufferin Clock Tower)

5.30 pm: Suggi Dance by Telangana South Zone Cultural Centre.

6 pm: Sambala Recital by Maheshwara Gowda and troupe, Haveri.

7 pm: Sugama Sangeetha by Santhwana Music, Bengaluru.

8 pm: Revolutionary Songs by Doddalli Ramesh and troupe, Hassan.

Venue: Town Hall

10 am Mythological Play ‘Mahabharata’ by Sri Mahadeshwara Kala

to 2 noon: Sangha, T.N. Pur.

3 pm-5 pm: ‘Sangrama Bharata’ – Rangothri, Bengaluru.

7 pm-9 pm: ‘Dr. Ambedkar’ – Aadima Teralli Betta, Kolar.

September 21, 2017

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