24 Dec 2017 - 11:00 to 13:00
Winston Churchill once said, ‘we shape our buildings and then
23 Dec 2017 - 14:30 to 16:00
Chandni Chowk , Delhi
If Old Delhi is the crown of Delhi,  the area of Dariba


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बैठक evenings with Sahapedia- भीतर से बाहर - A talk on artisan initiatives by Meghna Chawla & Team

We are delighted to host Meghna Chawla, Roopali Paliwal, Natasha Martis as part of Baithak evenings with Sahapedia. Join us for a talk on 'भीतर से बाहर - A talk on artisan initiatives and entrepreneurship' on December 14, 2017 at 6:00 pm.

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Yes Culture Networking India Series - A Talk by Navi Radjou



Networking India is an immersive forum where business leaders share their impact in the Cultural sector with YES Bank Stakeholders in new urban spaces. This forum is an amalgamation of a ‘Talk followed by a Networking Session’ on the Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI) of India. The forum seeks guidance from sector experts to encourage conversations through case studies amongst Entrepreneurs, Government Representatives, Impact Investors, and Young Skilled Professionals.


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Conflictorium Presents बैठक evenings with Sahapedia- Indian Artisans and their Crafts: A heritage in crisis by Prof. Chatterjee

We are delighted to host Prof. Ashoke Chatterjee as part of Baithak evenings with Sahapedia in Ahmedabad. Join us for a talk on 'India's artisans and their crafts: A heritage in crisis' on November 25, 2017 at 5:30 pm.



About the Talk:

No one Saves like the Guru : Images of the True Guru in Jainism

The theme of the saving power of the true guru is a common one in all of the religious traditions of India. In this talk, Cort explores early modern Digambar literature in Hindi that describes both the true guru and the false guru. In the Digambar case, this was not just a literary theme. In the eighteenth through twentieth centuries, the description of the true guru came to be applied to the revival of the tradition of naked munis. We therefore see ways that a pan-Indian concept plays out within the history of one speci­fic religious tradition.