Monday , 18 February 2019


Waters of Inspiration


Subodh Kerkar, an acclaimed Goan artist, who always finds inspiration from the sea and the coast, and portrays his installation near water bodies, will be presenting his art at an international platform.

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When India comes together to celebrate its diversity


Very soon Jaipur, the pink city of India, is going to turn colourful for the national youth festival, set to be held from January 8 to 12, 2011. States from across the nation including union territories will get into the festive mood both in the competitive and non-competitive sections at the festival.

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Proud to perform

Like every other year, this year too the Hamara School had organised an event for under privileged children. The event held at the Goa museum hall saw the children perform songs and dances giving expression to their talents.

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More happiness in giving than receiving

What is Joy of Giving Week?

 The Joy of Giving Week is a festival of giving that aims to bring together Indians from all across the country and abroad through different acts of giving - money, time, skills or resources. The goal is to convert it into a full scale festival. This Week was launched in 2009 and is held every year starting on a Sunday and ending on a Saturday, containing October 2 within.

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Reliving 1000-year-old history through dance

MARGAO: The seven exponents of Indian classical dance from the Kalangan Institute, Margao participated in the mega Bharatnatyam dance concert where nearly a thousand dancers from across the country led by Padmabhushan Padma Subrahmanyam converged at the 1,000-year-old temple, built by the emperor Rajaraja Chola in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu.

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