Junglee—a collection of artworks inspired by Indian wildlife
Till 31 March
If you are a wildlife enthusiast, you may not want to miss this stunning collection of artwork of animals and birds in their natural habitat. A part of the year-long Rang De India celebrations that touches upon various themes to bring the real India to cities, the exhibition presents a wide range of wildlife, such as elephants, lions, tigers and other animals and birds, from various states. At Magnitude Gallery, Jayanagar III Block (22453742).
Exhibition of Ganesha paintings
Till 31 March
Inspired by Lord Ganesha, this collection of paintings by various artists casts light on the various forms of the god. With their individualistic interpretations and styles, each of the artists have tried to present their idea of the lord with their paintings. The participating artists include Devraj C.S., Gurudas Shenoy, Hallad, Krishna, Kumar, Laxmi, S.S. Murthy, Naveen, Ravi, Ramesh, Shirley Mathew, Sudha, Sujit Kumar, Soma Sunder, Soma Shekar and Somanna. At Silk Interiors, Lavelle Road (22219851).
When three maestros share stage space, it is nothing short of a veritable treat. The Premanjali Festival at the Koramangala Indoor Stadium presents three legends—world-renowned violin maestro Padma Bhushan L. Subramaniam, legendary flautist Padma Vibhushan Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia and vocalist Padma Vibhushan M. Balamurali—performing jugalbandi, solo and fusion. 6.30pm. At Koramangala Indoor Stadium.
Festival of Kalagangotri at the Rangashankara
The Bangalore-based theatre group, Kalagangotri, has been involved in stage shows for the last three decades. The group is presenting some of its popular productions at the Rangashankara. For more details, call 9448069667
Written by T.S. Lohitsava and directed by B.V. Rajaram.
Written by S. Ramamurthy and directed by B.V. Rajaram.
Written by Rajendra Karanth, based on poems by K.S. Narasimhaswamy, directed by B.V. Rajaram.
Compiled by Pavitra Jayaraman