• The Maids – One Act Play

    In the process of Being and Becoming, this play showing affliction of not being able to become, the two sisters being envious of the physical beauty and independent Lifestyle of their madam write an anonymous letter to Police with a…

  • Patli Pin Ka Charger {17-June-2017}

    Title- Patli Pin Ka Charger Duration- 1 hour 15 minutes Language- Hindi Synopsis- It is a Hindi adaptation of Harold Pinter’s ‘Revue Sketches’, from the book ‘Contemporary One Acts Plays’. It is a light-hearted theatrical entertainment. Sketches- Trouble in the…

  • Love and Hatred

    Situations play a big role in our lives to make us feel Love and Hatred. So are the two one-act plays which will enhance these feelings while exploring two different situations on Love and Hatred. Source: Facebook





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https://creativeyatra.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Amit-ambalal-9.jpg Meet the Ambalals as They Reminisce on Continuity and Change

We rendezvous with one of the foremost creative families in the city to find out what inspires a father and his sons to pursue their distinctive art and design. Mr Amit Ambalal, the patriarch of the renowned Ambalal family, is…

https://creativeyatra.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/02.jpg Fernandes Bridge – the most unique book market in Ahmedabad!

The street Fernandes Bridge connects readers with writers, students with publishers and curious beings with the age-old answers they’re looking for. The Chopda Bazaar of Fernandes Bridge is one of the oldest Book Markets in Ahmedabad that serves thousands of people…

https://creativeyatra.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Mrinal-Pande-1.jpg The Fall of the Newspaper: Mrinal Pande on the Metamorphosis in Media

Veteran press personality Mrinal Pande discusses why newspapers are destined to perish at the hand of ePapers, lending insight into the challenges faced by today’s media. A person of bold beliefs can be instantly recognised by her speech and expressions.…

https://creativeyatra.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/National-Institute-of-Design-Come-Sit-1.jpg ‘Come sit’ on these chairs designed by NID students – each is inspired by a state of India

Graduate students of NID, Ahmedabad, have made 14 chairs inspired from India’s states –the boats of Kashmir, the tigers of Kaziranga, the architecture of Rajasthan, and more. ‘Come Sit’ at this exhibition at NID, until July 22. Pravinsinh Solanki with…