Ahmedabad Art Weekly turns 200–find out what’s next in store for art-lovers in the city

Ahmedabad Art Weekly’s 200th weekly anniversary is proof that Amdavadis want to know more and more about creative happenings in the city. Know why the Weekly was started and find out how it will soon change the way we’ve experienced events forever, through technology. As Robin Williams’ character John Keating says in the American drama… Meet the Beloved Gujarati Poet Tushar Shukla

The man behind much loved Gujarati songs like Puchhine thay nahi prem, Mann masti ane motor cycle, Bhaasha Mari Gujarati Chhe, O Rangrasiya and many more Shukla is gifted with the art of language.   આપણે એને સાચવી જાણીયે આપણને સાચવતી એ ધૂળ નથી છે કુળ આપણું ભાષા મારી ગુજરાતી છે ભાષા મારી ગુજરાતી છે…… Oscars Predictions — Is 2019 Roma’s year?

Will Rami Malek win for his portrayal of Freddie Mercury? Find out who is giving tough competition to Lady Gaga now. And whether Roma is still being billed as the year’s strongest contender for Best Picture. CY predicts who will win… Will Gully Boy bring India’s underground hip-hop scene above ground?

Zoya Akhtar’s film Gully Boy is set to bring hip-hop to the forefront of the Indian music scene. What does this mean for the Indian hip-hop community? Considering that director Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy stars the most recognisable young actors… 9 exciting courses you can pursue after high school that aren’t Engineering or Medicine

Confused about what to study after high school? Do your interests diverge from the usual track? This article compiles a list of exciting and innovative bachelors degree programmes. Indian parents once took pride when their children became government employees. Soon after,…


Page to Stage & Geet Theatre present “Shakespeare Festival” on 29-30 March to celebrate World Theatre Day, at Natarani Amphitheatre, Ahmedabad. Page to Stage will stage “Macbeth”- a powerful, modern interpretation of the classic, set on a University campus, with student union politics as the backdrop. A hard-hitting, edge-of-the-seat political thriller, showcasing the Bard’s relevance…


Natarani Amphitheatre
Darpana Academy of Performing Arts, Usmanpura, Ahmedabad, India 380013 Song Of Birds

Song Of Birds – a solo exhibition by Manish Chavda.    

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Hutheesingh Center,
KL Campus, Gujarat University Road, Ahmedabad. Ice Cream Festival

Hi Maninagar, Get ready for first ever Ice Cream festival where we will surprise you with : – 30 best ice cream & dessert brands – Unique and interesting dishes – Food Stalls – Movie Screening – Live Music – Kids Zone – Other activities to keep you super happy!   Source: Facebook

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The Arena, Transstadia, Near Kankaria Lake, Ahmedabad, India.

Yatra Archives Literature and Candy Floss : Gujarat Literature Festival as experienced by teen author Vishwesh Desai

My experience at GLF was a marvelous one. The very fact that such a well-organized event, at such a large scale, was being held at one of my favourite places in my hometown – the sophisticated yet welcoming Kanoria Arts… Your Daily Dose of Art: Instagram Accounts you must follow right now

Banksy Banksyis a revolution or should we call him a phenomenon? One of the leading front men of his generation, he has transformed what it means to work in the Public domain.Banksy’sartistic practice is characterized by the perceptive use of… This Travelling Exhibition on the ‘Death of Architecture’ Provokes You to Demand Better Cities and Places

13 architects from around India raise their voices in critique, mourn the dying city and reminisce about forgotten beauty in this first-of-its-kind exhibition.   When I heard that an exhibition called the ‘Death of Architecture’ was coming to Mumbai, I… 7 Indian Musical Instruments that are on the verge of oblivion

“Hurrian Hymn No.6” is the oldest known written music piece, discovered so far. This origin of this piece dates back to 3400 years back in Bronze Age. It was engraved by Syrians on a clay slab. Even the origins of…