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Looking for a creative escape route, here’s Ahmedabad Art Weekly 220 to guide you with a list of vibrant cultural happenings of the city. Drafted by celebrated playwright and author Saumya Joshi, the hilarious United States of પાડા ની પોળ drama features actors like Prem Gadhavi, Jigna Vyas, and Mosam Malka. The theatre enthusiasts can also come to watch a play based on the life of frequently trolled Bangladeshi actor and model Hero Alom.
For art adorers, Art Tune is bringing a solo show of sculptor Tapas Sarkar in Aapnu Amdavad. For people looking for an artistic activity for their little ones, Alphabet Magic is where they all should be. Other than art, young minds can also be inspired through Gujarati literature experience and storytelling with activities like બાળસાહિત્ય શનિસભા and ગોઠડી.
While anticipating for rains, music lovers of the city can come and hear some rain inspired songs at the special Aya Sawan Jhoom ke concert. The open mic Kagaj Kalam aur Kahaniya is all about exploring your most inner creative talents like poetry, stand-up comedy and storytelling and presenting it in front of an enthusiastic audience. Sumukhi Suresh’s Dont Tell Amma stand up comedy performance is going to be a one of a kind show. Gastronomic experience explorers can come to the Ahmedabad Food Walk and relish some of the most authentic local delicacies served since decades in the Walled City.
Sahitya Akademi Award, Sahitya Gaurav Puraskar and Anantrai Raval Criticism Award recipient Ramanlal Joshi is the inspiration for our 220th Ahmedabad Art Weekly. Born in Vijapur, Gujarat in 1926 Joshi was a Gujarati language writer who contributed in more than 42 books as an author, publisher and editor of literary critic. He taught at his alma mater, Gujarat University and spent more than five decades in literary pursuits. He was the adviser of Gujarati for Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature and served as an editor at ‘Uddesh’ literary magazine. Some of his prominent works are Govardhanram, Akha ni Kavita and Gujarati Granthkar Shreni.