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Night-long folk event gets good response
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Night-long folk event gets good response

Mysuru:  A night-long traditional folk music programme organised for the first time at Kalamandira in city last night by Department of Kannada and Culture on local folk heroes Manteswamy and Male Madeshwara — popularly called ‘Dharage Doddavaru’ among local people — drew huge response from  the public. The programme which began around 8 pm, concluded…

Tipu Jayanti celebrations: Kalamandira turns fortress
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Tipu Jayanti celebrations: Kalamandira turns fortress

Mysuru: The official Tipu Jayanti celebrations, organised by the District Administration at Kalamandira this morning, resembled a Police event with more khaki around than the number of public. Hundreds of Policemen dotted the venue and the roads leading to Kalamandira were dominated by security vehicles. Not to take any chances during the celebrations, the city…

Tipu Jayanti event only at Kalamandira in Mysuru
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Tipu Jayanti event only at Kalamandira in Mysuru

Mysuru: The Mysuru City Police have said that no permission had been granted for Tipu Jayanti celebrations any-where (indoor or outdoor) in the city barring the lone event organised by the District Administration at Kalamandira on Nov. 10. No permission has been given for holding protests, meetings, bike rallies, functions or interactions either in support…

Deer for sale near Kalamandira!
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Deer for sale near Kalamandira!

The pavement opposite Kalamandira has a new lure. For those who are familiar with this area know that the vendors on this footpath have been here almost forever, exhibiting a wide range of matkas (clay pots), ceramic pots and statues of Indian Gods and Goddesses for sale. On any given day, it’s quite common to…

‘Kurukshetra’ staged at Kalamandira
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‘Kurukshetra’ staged at Kalamandira

Nalwadi Kalachavadi, Sri Malemahadeshwaraswamy Mithra Mandali, in association with Kannada and Culture Department, presented a mythological play titled ‘Kurukshetra’ at Kalamandira in city on Saturday. The stage design was by Kaveri Drama Scenery, Mandya and Music was scored by Dashapal and troupe, Kollegal.

‘Krishnegowdana Aane’ play tomorrow
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‘Krishnegowdana Aane’ play tomorrow

Mysuru: City’s theatre group Pratibimba Ranga Tanda will enact writer Poornachandra Tejaswi’s play ‘Krishnegowdana Aane’ at Kalamandira tomorrow (Sept. 25). Announcing this at a press meet at Patrakarthara Bhavan here this morning, Theatre Director M. Siddaraju said that there will be four shows-10am, 12 noon, 2 pm and 4 pm. The play is directed by…

As Kamala blooms in Bhagirathi…
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As Kamala blooms in Bhagirathi…

The Kannada play ‘Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay: Kelavu Nenapugalu’ will be presented by Seagull Theatre and Ba-Srushti at Kirurangamandira in Kalamandira premises tomorrow (Aug. 3) at 7 pm. The play, based on Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay’s autobiography, is written by Vaidehi while Design and Direction is by Rangayana Director Bhagirathi Bai Kadam. Here we publish a review of the…

New attraction at Kalamandira
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New attraction at Kalamandira

Mysuru: Bharatiya Reserve Bank Note Mudran Private Limited (BRBNMPL) Managing Director Jagamohan Rao inaugurated the artificial waterfall created in front of Kalamandira, here yesterday. Later, speaking at the Kiru Rangamandira, Rao said that Rs.1.40 crore had been given to Navadoya Schools through their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) funds. This year basic facilities will be provided…

Come to Kalamandira to watch scenic waterfalls!
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Come to Kalamandira to watch scenic waterfalls!

Mysuru:  It is the monsoon season and the State is experiencing heavy rainfall. As a result, water is cascading from all the natural waterfalls including the Jog Falls in Shivamogga district. People are making a beeline to watch this nature’s bounty all over  the State. However, in the city itself, if one wants to experience…

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