The Hubris foundation unveils a collection of paintings titled Sikhs: An occidental romance by eminent Western artists, depicting the Sikh community through 80 museum archival replicas. When: April 13 to 18 Where: Aifacs Gallery, 1 Rafi Marg.
India International Centre (IIC) presents the Spring Festival of Music, which will see a sitar recital by Varadraj Bhonsale from Kolhapur, and Hindustani vocal performance by Debjani Dhar. WHEN: April 11 and 12 Time: 6 pm and 7 pm Venue: C.D. Deshmukh Auditorium.
Artists Amrita Kochhar and Kanika Khandewal present Navya Naveli, a show of affordable art, which explores the work of six artists across India, bringing a wide range from mystic to abstract, and fluid to contemporary. Time: 10 am to 8 pm When: April 9 Where: Main Foyer, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road.
Akshara Theatre presents The Ramayana, written and directed by Gopal Sharman, which explores the human characters of Rama and Sita, with reverence, delicacy and insight and through a brand new angle in a modern context. when: April 13 and 14 TIME: 7 pm Where: Akshara Theatre, Baba Kharak Singh Marg.
Vidushi Sunanda Sharma, a vocalist of Banaras gharana, and Neelakshi Rai will be presenting the Purab Ang Gayaki and kathak recital. when: April 13 TIME: 6.30 pm Where: Amphitheatre, Ashoka Hotel.