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THE accessible monolith At the exhibition “Where the Mind is Without Fear”, held at NSD. Photo: Shiv Kumar Pushpakar
THE accessible monolith At the exhibition “Where the Mind is Without Fear”, held at NSD. Photo: Shiv Kumar Pushpakar

Event

The National School of Drama's exhibition on Tagore brought out the poet's significance as a theatre practitioner and deserves to be made permanent, writes Diwan Singh Bajeli.

Seminar

The importance of the media in promoting Indian classical music was highlighted at the recent two-day seminar in Mumbai.


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