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Nritya Darpan presents 'Geet Govind'

Thesynergyonline Entertainment Bureau

'Geet Govind' is a ballet that unfolds the eternal love and devotion between Lord Krishna & Radha

  • Nritya Darpan Academy

    Geet Govind

 
MUMBAI, jANUARY 01 : Nritya Darpan Academy of Fine Arts & Guru Sau. Sandhya Damle brings you a magical ballet of love, relation and devotion of Radhe-Krishna through 'Geet Govind'. The ballet set on the life of Lord Krishna is a beautiful description of relationship between Lord Krishna and gopis of Vrindavan particularly one devotee Radha.


The two hour musical ballet is composed by Pandit Jasraj Ji and monitored by his wife Madhura Jasraj Ji. The fascinating musical compositions by the legend himself and soulful voices of famous playback singers Shreya Ghoshal, Shankar Mahadevan, Mahalakshmi Iyer and Anuradha Paydwal will take you to the era where pure love and devotion existed.

The musical ballet Geet Govind based on the poetic composition written by the 12th century Indian poet Shri. Jayadeva is all set to leave you awestruck with its beautiful performance, soulful music and mesmerizing set.


Guru choreographer Sandhya Damle, a degree holder in Bharatnatyam dance from Nalanda Nritya Kala Mahavidyalay got an opportunity to work on this dream project a few months back. Only her expertise and sincere approach helped her bag the project amongst the others. The disciples of Guru Sandhya will play the role of Radha and her disciples would be the gopikas of Vrindavan. Folk dance artiste Shreyas Desai will make his debut as Lord Krishna.

 

"Christmas was gluing cotton balls to Santa's beard in Coke ads, sneaking candy canes off the tree daily (that my parents replaced every few nights), enough gift-wrap to wallpaper a room, the terror and delight of knowing a magical being would enter my home while I slept."
― Thomm Quackenbush, A Creature Was Stirring

 

Viu brings Korean drama to Indian audience

Thesynergyonline Entertainment Bureau
 NEW DELHI, DECEMBER 21 : Viu, the premium Video on demand platform bring best of Korean drama to Indian audience.


Do Min-Joon is an alien who landed on earth 400 years ago during the Joseon Dynasty period. Do Min-Joon possesses a near perfect appearance and enhanced physical abilities involving his vision, hearing and speed.

He holds a cynical view towards human beings, but he falls in love with actress Cheon Song-Yi.

Weather forecaster, Pyo Na-ri (Gong Hyo-jin), and news anchor, Lee Hwa-shin (Jo Jung-suk), are long-time colleagues at SBC broadcasting station. Na-ri has had a crush on Hwa-shin for three years, but things change when she meets Go Jung-won (Go Kyung-pyo), a chaebol heir and close friend of Hwa-shin.

Meanwhile, Sung-sook (Lee Mi-sook) and Ja-young (Park Ji-young), who are rivals in both love and career, get entangled with Kim Rak (Lee Sung-jae), a restaurant owner and landlord of the building where Nari lives.

The show depicts the fierce competition at the broadcasting station, and the love between anchor Lee Hwa-Shin and weather forecaster Pyo Na-Ri.
The Entertainer

Shin Suk-ho (Ji Sung) is a successful manager who works for KTOP entertainment, one of the largest entertainment companies in South Korea. After deciding to develop his own company, Mango Entertainment, he suddenly faces many hardships and loses everything he has, before going to prison.

Seo In Ha and Kim Yoon Hee fall in love with each other during college in the 70s, but it is ill-fated. In current day, their respective kids fall in love. Will their love for each other keep them together or will they face the same fate as their parents?
Oh My Venus

Kim Young-Ho (So Ji-Sub) is a personal trainer for Hollywood stars and comes from a wealthy family background. He suffered a devastating injury during his childhood days. Now, he overcomes his problems with patience and stubbornness.

He believes living a healthy lifestyle through exercise is the only way to survive. He uses this to run from his family issues. Then, a Hollywood scandal with an actress has him on the run back to Korea.

A romantic comedy about Louis (Seo In-guk), a rich heir who spends loads of money on beautiful things. One day he loses his memory and meets Bok-Shil (Nam Ji-hyun), an energetic woman from the countryside. She is at first astounded by his spending habits. In the process of teaching him to only buy bare necessities, she learns that bare necessities are not same for everyone.

 

'Floating Thoughts' : A sneak peak
into the ignited minds of 12 artists

"How frail the human heart must be?a mirrored pool of thought." ? Sylvia Plath, Letters Home


Thesynergyonline Arts Bureau

Power Game

Deepakshi Gupta, sketches her
thoughts with fine detailing,
representing an abstract sense
of human dispositions.
On one hand, Archna Gupta's work
celebrates womanhood
through exuberant colors

 
 

 

NEW DELHI, DECEMBER 20 :
"I am an excitable person who only understands life lyrically, musically, in whom feelings are much stronger as reason. I am so thirsty for the marvelous that only the marvelous has power over me. Anything I can not transform into something marvelous, I let go. Reality doesn't impress me. I only believe in intoxication, in ecstasy, and when ordinary life shackles me, I escape, one way or another. No more walls."
― Anaïs Nin

An artist's life is nothing but a canvas painted by the spectrum of colors in our thoughts. Our thoughts make us who we are, they shape our emotions, they shape our art. One cannot be without the other, for a thoughtless artwork is like a soulless body. A rose may smell the same with any other name, but every artist will paint it different, because their creation is their perspective which is unique to them.


And so, this new year, I present to you 'Floating Thoughts' - a sneak peak into the ignited minds of 12 artists and how they see the world, with each expressing their ideas in their individualistic style on different media. This art show brings together people from different schools of thought, varied techniques and skillset and showcases them on a single platform.

Deepakshi Gupta, sketches her thoughts with fine detailing, representing an abstract sense of human dispositions. On one hand, Archna Gupta's work celebrates womanhood through exuberant colors.

Sapna Bansal, on the other hand, uses shattered wooden windows in her installation to depict the different stages in a woman's life. Anita Raghuvanshi's uses bold strokes of spatula to dictate distinctive moods, whereas Rishabh Pahuja's 'Silence' series unravels his own unique style and interpretation of the word through vibrant colours.

Ritu Saxena's paintings depict inbound inner sense of purpose with Windows of out let to discover the inner self beyond the boundaries.Simi Rajan plays the wonderful blend of mythology, quixotic colors, and unique brushstrokes in her paintings, Sakshi kukreja's mix media depicts the superficiality of the world we live in, where societal validation supersedes morals.

Shilpi Bharati is presenting the freedom through varied situations of birds in water colors .Swati Agarwal's series explores the mysteries of life that triggers as a being comes into existence. Mallika Misra is representing the search of the real me.

While Kumar Vikas Saxena, myself depicting the vastness of possibilities and its inextricable relation with man has inspired the artist in him to capture some of its essence in my canvases, celebrating emotions, celebrating life.

 

 

Padma Vibhushan Satish Gujaral loans his majestic sculpture trinityto Bikaner House

Celebrates life long pledge to take art beyond the confinement of four walls

Padma Vibhushan Satish Gujaral loans his majestic sculpture trinityto Bikaner House


 Celebrated his life long pledge to take art beyond the confinement of four walls

Thesynergyonline Art Bureau

 

Dr Karan Singh


NEW DELHI,  DECEMBER 9: Maestro Satish Gujral's lifelong commitment to art in the public space by initiating, The Bikaner House, public art program. over an evening of Art & Conversation over cocktails. He spent a lifetime promoting the prospect of displaying rare art in public for all to see. He even travelled to Mexico, a young artist in the early 60s, to master the art of mural making, an art formthat could easily light up public spaces.


Painter, sculpture, architect, muralist and writer, Satish Gujral today loaned his very majestic sculpture Trinity to Bikaner House, Delhi. He gifted this sculpture to his youngest daughter, renowned interior designer Raseel Gujral, who felt that art appreciators needed to see this piece of art and supported her father’s endeavor whole heartedly.
The exhibit was accompanied by a limited edition of ten miniature versions of the sculpture for collectors to acquire and take home. The evening also marked the roll-out of Satish Gujral’s series of public art installations across prominent landmarks in Delhi & Mumbai slated for 2018.


“ Wall art is a revolt against man’s fate. If all art ever made was confined within four walls would we ever have had a Mahabalipuram? Or a Khajuraho? Or even a Florence for that matter. Its sad that as consumerism consumed us Indians, we, in contemporary times forgot the sheer virtue of placing a piece of art in a public space for all to admire and imbibe from, “ informs the maestro himself.

"A quiet mind allows the artist to tap into the wellspring of Divine Music within."

"Musicians are some of the most driven, courageous people on the face of the earth. They deal with more day-to-day rejection in one year than most people do in a lifetime. Every day, they face the financial challenge of living a freelance lifestyle, the disrespect of people who think they should get real jobs, and their own fear that they'll never work again. Every day, they have to ignore the possibility that the vision they have dedicated their lives to is a pipe dream. With every note, they stretch themselves, emotionally and physically, risking criticism and judgement. With every passing year, many of them watch as the other people their age achieve the predictable milestones of normal life – the car, the family, the house, the nest egg. Why? Because musicians are willing to give their entire lives to a moment – to that melody, that lyric, that chord, or that interpretation that will stir the audience's soul. Musicians are beings who have tasted life's nectar in that crystal moment when they poured out their creative spirit and touched another's heart. In that instant, they were as close to magic, God, and perfection as anyone could ever be. And in their own hearts, they know that to dedicate oneself to that moment is worth a thousand lifetimes." - David Ackert


A virtue he never forgot and practiced all his life. Even creating architectural marvels that look like a piece of art. The Belgian Embassy in New Delhi, the UNESCO building and more recently the Ambedkar Park in Lucknow stand testimony to his journey with public art. Many of his murals are part of historic buildings, universities and institutions across India.


Trinity celebrates the three worlds, also subliminally suggesting the eternal bond between life-death-rebirth. A circle suggesting the proverbial circle of life encases the men seen in Gujral’s sculptures, rejoicing every realm with spiritual gusto. “ It is to me one of the most sublime of his works. An encapsulation of his beliefs. And large enough to grace a public space,” feels Raseel.


Artists, diplomats, designers, industrialists and many more from Delhi's cultural realm gathered for the evening dedicated to art maestro Satish Gujral.  Dr. Karan Singh, Sakti Burman, Jatin Das, Gopi Gajwani, Subodh Gupta, Sanjay Bhattacharya, Raja randhir Singh of Patiala Naresh Trehan,  Partibha Advani, Meera & Muzaffar Ali, Meenu Bakshi, Ashi Burman, Sujat Khan, Reena Dhaka and many more were seen at the event were seen at the event.


Art lovers can view Trinity for the next three months at Bikaner House, which is slowly emerging as the most powerful cultural hub of India. Satish Gujral will also unveil his recent canvases during the art fair later in January at the same venue.

 

I ask people why they have deer heads on their walls. They always say because it's such a beautiful animal. There you go. I think my mother is attractive, but I have photographs of her." ? Ellen DeGeneres 

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