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Is there anything not happening in the city of Ahmedabad? Creative Yatra’s task of curating the guide is becoming tougher with every passing week. But the best part is this week with the 103rd Ahmedabad Art Weekly we have got everything for everyone – that includes Gujarati Poetry Fests, Visual Arts events, Music Concerts, Experimental Theatre and other culturally enriching happenings.
So Ahmedabadis, fill up your fuel tanks and go for each and every event this week, we guarantee you a fulfilling experience.
This Ahmedabad Art Weekly we are featuring a fearless lens-woman who was India’s first woman photojournalist during the pre-independence era. Vyarawalla, who was born in Navsari, Gujarat was always recalled by her pseudonym ‘Dalda 13’, which was inspired by her car’s registration number ‘DLD 13’. She was an influential photographer who for 30 years photographed prominent political leaders like Gandhi, Nehru, Jinnah, Indira Gandhi and their families too. She started contributing in The Illustrated Weekly of India, which indeed printed many of her monochromatic photographs till the 70s. Vyarawalla was later honoured with a Padma Vibhushan and became an inspiration for various photography aspirants. We salute this lady of substance through our 103rd AAW.
Illustration : Nilesh Ramani