New Delhi/IBNS: New Delhi based Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) and Puducherry based Auroville Foundation, recently, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to advance the teachings and vision of the eminent philosopher and spiritual leader, Sri Aurobindo.
New Delhi/IBNS: There is crucial need for continuous and diligent efforts in mapping the archives existing in India, said Dr. Sanjay Garg, Deputy Director, National Archives of India.
New Delhi/IBNS: The Media Centre of Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) will screen the film 'Rani Durgavati', on Thursday, October 26.
New Delhi/IBNS: The fourth edition of the ‘Nadi Utsav’, highlighting the riverine culture of India, was inaugurated on the banks of the River Yamuna in New Delhi.
New Delhi/IBNS: While tomes are written about Lord Krishna, his beloved consort Radha often remains in the background.
New Delhi/IBNS: The Janapada Division of Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) New Delhi, observed their annual day through the celebration of Hariyali Teej.
New Delhi/IBNS: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), to mark the ‘Partition Horrors Remembrance Day’ which is observed on August 14, held series of events like conferences, seminars, book releases, film screening competition, exhibition and lectures on the theme of partition.
New Delhi/IBNS: A democratic inclination is essential for the literary sphere to prevent shrinking values from inducing fanaticism, said Prof. Badri Narayan, poet and social scientist, while delivering a special lecture at the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), Kala Nidhi Division, New Delhi.
New Delhi: Beginning Friday, the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) in New Delhi is organising a unique exhibition titled "Banking on World Heritage" by displaying banknotes depicting the world heritage sites listed by UNESCO.
New Delhi/IBNS: The expansion of the concept of ‘halma’ prevalent among the tribes of India can be one of the ways to resolve climate change and other issues faced by society at large, said Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Dr. Bharati Pravin Pawar.
New Delhi/IBNS: Memory is crucial for survival of humanity, said Union Minister for State for Culture and External Affairs, Meenakshi Lekhi in her address as the chief guest at the Brainstorming Session on UNESCO Memory of the World (MoW) Programme in India.
New Delhi/IBNS: The first day of the two-day International seminar on Ramayana in SouthEast Asia, organised by the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) in Delhi saw scholars exchanging views on the Indian epic Ramayana and its influence on South East Asian countries.
New Delhi/IBNS: Ramayana is a common thread that binds India and South East Asian nations, such as Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar and Vietnam.
New Delhi/IBNS: Museums in India need to find a way to merge the tangible and the intangible heritages to make knowledge gathering more people friendly, according to Dr. Sachichidanand Joshi, Member Secretary, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts.
New Delhi/IBNS: Finding the 1,200 year old ‘cute little Nandi’ – the bull which is invariably seen in all Shiva temples across India – was like a fulfilment of his quest, said Padma Shri KK Muhammed, former regional Director of Archaeological Survey of India.