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The final month of December is probably the time of the year when most of the mega-events are scheduled in the city. Along with the wintry breeze, the 187th Ahmedabad Art Weekly commences with one such mega event, a brilliant exposition of furniture and home decor in Ahmedabad. Continuing until December 2nd at the iconic Mill Owners’ Association Building, the ‘Raw Collaborative 2’ will feature original works of 60 designers. This one’s a must go.
The Culture Talk organises its 9th edition and invites journalists and columnists Jayesh Adhyaru and Tushar Dave to brainstorm with a bunch of enthusiastic listeners at Scrap Yard. The mega art extravaganza of Art e Fair commences its 4th edition and it features some of India’s top art galleries, artists, and lifestyle designers. The two-day event at Rajpath Club is supposed to host multiple lectures and discourses, on the subject of visual arts and also an art competition on the Frida Kahlo theme, among other happenings. Veteran artist Vrindavan Solanki shall be talking about his journey at the Gujarat Vishwakosh Bhavan. The Experimental Affairs comes yet again with another show at Ouroboros Theatre Hub. The play anthology will expressively talk about love, relationships and worldly conflicts within just 2 hours of its runtime.
Amdavadi performing arts enthusiast have a chance to understand the Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner’s philosophy of education through a unique combination of dance and lights by the German Dance Company at Light Eurythmy Ensemble. The tickets for the event will be available at the venue, Natrani Theatre. The Atrangi Show, which is more of a multidisciplinary open mic series is inviting the local talents of the city to perform at the Scrap Yard. Visual arts enthusiast can get excited to watch some brilliant Parsi portraits at the Indian Portrait – IX art exhibition. Dating as early as the mid 16th century, the paintings are from the personal collection of collector and art entrepreneur Anil Relia. The Ahmedabad will soon taste a flavour of French Explosive jazz as OZMA Jazz comes to play exclusively at Natrani this December. Stand up comedy enthusiast can look forward to a hilarious evening with comedian Gaurav Gupta as he performs at his show ‘Not Just Baniya’.
The inspiration for our 187th AAW is dedicated to a celebrated Indian folklore of ‘Tana and Riri’. According to legends Tana and Riri, the twin sisters who belong to the lineage of the great saint-poet Narsinh Mehta, were called to sing in the royal court of King Akbar. The Vadnagar born singers, who were considered extremely proficient in classical music, were asked to sing raaga Malhar to cure Tansen who was suffering from the burns induced by his recital of raaga Deepak. Since the duo were bound by a vow to sing only in front of their village deity, they decided to self-sacrifice themselves instead of singing in the court of Akbar. The large hearted King felt grave remorse towards his act. Tansen then dedicated a raga in the name of Tana-Riri, which is still practised by Indian classical singers. To commemorate their devotion for music, Government of Gujarat organises Tana-Riri music festival every year.