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(Gaganendra Shilpa Pradarshashala, December 22 to 26, 2 pm to 8 pm) lTwo photographers take a closer look at the wildness and beauty of nature, from animals and birds to plants and flowers. The clarity and colour in the images brings to life the magical quality of India

Out of God’s Oven

(Dom Moraes and Sarayu Srivatsa) lThe authors trace “terrible landmarks” of India’s recent history – Ayodhya, Punjab, Bihar and of course, Gujarat in this well-researched book written over six years. Moraes will read excerpts from the book, subtitled Travels in a Fractured Land, on Thursday at Taj Bengal, 7 pm

Koi Ek Raat

(Gyan Manch, 6.30 pm, Sunday) lA long night’s journey of dramatic discovery for a mother-daughter duo, played by Renu Roy and Nandini Chatterjee. Written and directed by Ashok Singh, it is being presented by Spandan

You' Me' Us'

(Richard Thompson) lThis double-CD set is one of Thompson’s finest works to date. The canvas is large, reminiscent of Talking Heads, and the texture deep, with the resonance of the hurdy gurdy, the mandolin and the acoustic bass forming the perfect backdrop to the glam-rock voice
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