Schedule of Programmes at Nishagandhi Auditorium

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Schedule of Programmes at Nishagandhi Auditorium

20-26 January 2014

DateTimeArtiste/GroupEvent
20/01/2014
Monday
6.00 pmInaugural Ceremony
6.30 pmNavya NairBharatanatyam
7.30 pmP.Unnikrishnan – Vocal
Avaneeswaram Vinu – Violin
Nanjil Arul – Mridangam
Thripunithura Radhakrishnan- Ghatam
Carnatic Music
21/01/2014
Tuesday
6.30 pmRina Jana & GroupOdissi
8.00 pmRahul Sharma – Santoor
Avinash Chandrachud –  Keyboard
Kenneth Rebello – Bass Guitar
Mukundraj Deo – Tabla
Vinayak Pol – Drums
Musical Fusion
22/01/2014
Wednesday
6.30 pmS. DivyasenaKuchipudi
7.15 pmDr. Rajashree WarrierBharatanatyam
8.15 pmSuchi DasHindusthani Music
23/01/2014
Thursday
6.30 pmAyswaria WariarMohiniyattam
7.15 pmSarada ThampiBharatanatyam
8.00 pmJaswinder SinghGhazals
24/01/2014
Friday
6.30 pmVidhun KumarKuchipudi
7.00 pmSeetha SasidharanBharatanatyam
8.00 pmPoushali Chatterjee & GroupManipuri
25/01/2014
Saturday
6.30 pmLikha RajanMohiniyattam
7.00 pmM. Jayachandran – Vocal
M. Chandrasekaran – Violin
Guruvayur Dorai – Mridangam
Adichanalloor Anil Kumar – Ghatam
Thrikkakkara Y.N.Santharam – Ganjira
Carnatic Music
8.30 pmSushmita Banerjee & GroupKathak
26/01/2014
Sunday
6.30 pmKavya MadhavanBharatanatyam
7.30 pmKarthik – Vocal
Vijay Ghate – Tabla
Rakesh Chaurasia – Flute
Sheldon D’Silva – Bass Guitar
Navneeth – Keyboard
Siddharth – Drums
Musical Fusion

Kathakali Mela – Every day at 6.30 pm, Kanakakunnu Palace Auditorium

FOOD FEST – Kudumbashree

Experience a vast array of delicacies. Indulge in the best of traditional Kerala cuisine that bring you delicacies from the north to the south of God’s Own Country. Food lovers can now prepare to indulge in a week long gastronomical voyage at the food festival. (Every day from 4.00 pm)

THE ART OF HANDICRAFTS – Sargaalaya

Indian handicrafts tradition has a unique place in the world, both in variety and in technique. These exquisite masterpiece from Kerala’s craftsmen are made from the finest materials. Sargaalaya – the Art & Craft village of God’s Own Country brings a selection of collectibles from sculptures, jewellery, to coconut, wood and metal crafts. It allows the visitors at Nishagandhi to take home the unforgettable experience of the Indian heritage.(Every day from 4.00 pm)

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