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    North East Calling 2017 North East Calling, a two-day cultural festival, has been organised by the Ministry of Development of North East Region (DoNER) for the purpose of promoting North East art, food, music and culture and also to enlighten Delhi people about the Sister States. This will be held at the iconic India Gate. As part of the festival, there will also be a quiz contest, a home chef contest, a video/photography contest and a choreography contest. Prizes include all expenses paid trips to the North East, Cash and a whole lot more. As always, expect food stalls to be there for you to stuff your faces with. Smoked Pork, Eromba, Jadoh, Khar and a whole lot more of the Northeast Cuisine. These will be served by stalls represented by a diverse set of North East Speciality restaurants from across the city and also by Delhi Haat. Apart from edibles, they'll also have ingredients on sale. Accompanying the food stalls will be others selling handicrafts and Cane/Bamboo furniture (stalls of State Bhawans). Clothes designed by NIFT Shillong and international designers will be on sale at the Handloom pavilion and along with their traditional handloom products. As an icing on the cake, there will also be live performances by bands and also a traditional dance on the final night. Famed Bollywood singer, Zubeen Garg, will also be on stage. Whether you're missing home, or just an outsider who wishes to learn more about the North Eastern sister states, this is THE event for you, where, not just nourishment for you tummy will be provided, but also for your soul! Email for Competition Registrations: necalling@gmail.com Entry: Free (Mooft, Gratis, On The House. You get the drift) Dates: 9th and 10th of September 2017 Timing: 11 am - 10 pm Address: India Gate Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com/Home/Category/Event
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    Hema Malini present Synergy ICF - Delhi Hema Malini needs no introduction. She's the "Dream Girl" of Bollywood and has starred in many a hit films, alongside other brilliant actors like Rajesh Khanna, Dev Anand, Amitabh Bachan and her husband, the legendary Dharmendra. However, despite all her time on screen, she has always had dancing at the core of her being, and even her debut film had her on as a dancer/supporting actress (in a Tamil movie, "Ithu Sathiyam" in 1963). Daughter to Jaya Chakravarti, Hema Malini has always looked to her mother for inspiration and strength, who always supported her throughout her career, be in dance, films or politics. But it was not just her daughter that Jaya supported. Jaya also went on to introduce and help several other younglings in the film of film and arts. It was in the pursuit of this passion of her mother that Hema decided to start Jaya Smriti. This project, which was started in 2006, serves to create a stage for young artists from all over India, who wish to make careers out of Music and Dance. This initiative also serves as a tribute to her mother, Jaya Chakravarti. Since then, the event has garnered quite a bit of attention within the youth of the nation and is now seen as one of the most happening annual events in Mumbai. To push things further, Hema Malini has now introduced SYNERGY - An International Cultural Festival, to promote art and culture on a global scale and also to foster friendship between India and its foreign counterparts. This is its year of inception. Sukhishvili, the Georgian National Ballet, had been established in the year 1945, Nino Ramishvili and Iliko Sukhishvili. Currently, the third generation of the founding family carries the tradition. Sukhishvili has been performed at famous stages, such as the Albert Hall, The Coliseum, The Metropolitan Opera, among others. Till date, it is the only folk troupe to have performed at Teatro Alla Scala in Milan, Italy. When Hema Malini witnessed their ballet, on her visit to Tbilisi in Georgia, she saw that they had a similar passion as hers. This project aims to deliver a tsunami of cultural exchange between Georgia and India, as both nations have an ancient and rich history of culture. At this performance, the public will be treated with not only the Georgian artists but also three different traditional dance styles of India (Pung Cholom from Manipur, Bharatnatyam and Khatak). The SYNERGY fest of Indo-Georgian Dance Fusion will take part in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata. It’s happening in Delhi on 10th September at the Siri Fort Auditorium. It’s a free event and anyone can attend it. Date: 10th September 2017 Time: 6:30 pm Where: Siri Fort Auditorium, Siri Institutional Area, Asian Games Village Complex, Gautam Nagar New Delhi, Delhi (State) 110049 Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com/Home/Category/Event