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Two-day ‘Matthe Kalyana’ campaign to bring in social harmony
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Two-day ‘Matthe Kalyana’ campaign to bring in social harmony

August 6, 2019

Mysuru: A two-day ‘Matthe Kalyana’ programme organised as part of the Statewide campaign to bring in harmony in society by Sahamatha Vedike was inaugurated by writer and Kannada Sahitya Academy former Chairman Prof. Aravinda Malagathi at Suchitra Art Gallery in Kalamandira premises here yesterday.  After inaugurating a painting exhibition featuring pictorial depiction of Vachana Sahitya…

‘Varshotsava-Harshotsava’ of Rangabanuli
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‘Varshotsava-Harshotsava’ of Rangabanuli

August 1, 2019

Mysuru: Rangayana and Department of Kannada and Culture together had organised ‘Varshotsava-Harshotsava’ of Rangabanuli at Bhoomigeetha in Kalamandira premises here on Tuesday. Speaking on the occasion, Akashvani Mysuru Assistant Director S.S. Umesh contended that grammatical and pronunciation mistakes could be cited in TV news but not in Akashvani programmes.  He said that for the last…

Kalamandira to have international standard infrastructure: Official
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Kalamandira to have international standard infrastructure: Official

July 19, 2019

Mysuru: Department of Kannada and Culture Assistant Director H. Channappa has said that Kalamandira will have an international standard infrastructure shortly. He was speaking at the valedictory of Ashada Rangasuggi, a two-day theatre fest organised by Apravarambe Samskrutika Samsthe at Kiru Rangamandira in Kalamandira premises here on Sunday. Pointing out that Kalamandira will have a…

Hundreds bid tearful farewell to Muddu Krishna couple
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Hundreds bid tearful farewell to Muddu Krishna couple

July 10, 2019

Mysuru: Hundreds of people including students, theatre artistes, littérateurs, theatre enthusiasts, well-wishers and friends bid tearful adieu to theatre artiste Muddu Krishna and his wife CFTRI Scientist Dr. Indrani this morning, who died in an accident at Lucknow. While Dr. Indrani was killed on the spot on Sunday, Muddu Krishna died at a hospital on…

‘Nudi Namana’ paid to artist Ramdas Adyantaya
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‘Nudi Namana’ paid to artist Ramdas Adyantaya

June 16, 2019

Mysuru: A ‘Nudi Namana’ programme in memory of artist late Ramdas Adyantaya was organised by the Students Union of Chamarajendra Government College for Visual Arts (CAVA) at Maneyangala in Kalamandira premises here yesterday. Speaking on the occasion, Central Fine Arts Academy retired Chairman C.S. Krishna Shetty hailed Ramdas as a multi-faceted person whose achievements cannot…

Stone pergolas add more beauty to Abode of Art ‘Kalamandira’
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Stone pergolas add more beauty to Abode of Art ‘Kalamandira’

April 29, 2019

Rs. 41 lakh CSR initiative by Bank Note Paper Mill India Private Limited Mysuru:  The facelift and beautification work in Kalamandira, which reflects the cultural ethos of the city continues as more and more additions are taking place in this verdant lung space. Kalamandira is the abode of art where every day one or the…

Weekend plays at Mini Theatre in Kalamandira
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Weekend plays at Mini Theatre in Kalamandira

April 12, 2019

• Rangavalli’s comedy play ‘Samsaradalli Sanidapa’ • Bangalore Theatre Collective’s ‘Ondu Preetiya Kathe’ Mysuru: The ‘Virtuous Burglar’ is one of Italian actor and playwright Dario Fo’s best known farces. Rangavalli, an amateur theatre troupe from Mysuru, will  be staging the comedy play ‘Samsaradalli Sanidapa’ based on K.V. Akshara’s translation of ‘Virtuous Burglar,’ directed by Raviprasad….

Awards ceremony tomorrow
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Awards ceremony tomorrow

March 30, 2019

Mysuru:  Karnataka Rajya Sarvajana Mahila Hitharakshana Vedike, Mysuru, as part of its anniversary and International Women’s Day celebrations  will present ‘Jhansi Lakshmi Bai’ award to achievers on Mar.31 (Sunday) at 10 am at Maneyangala in Kalamandira premises. The Jhansi Lakshmi Bai Awardees are: N.R. Rupashri, Bapu R. Ratnamma, Maheswari Das, Vani Mahesh, Venkatamma, G. Suma,…

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