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About The Seminar

The rasa theory formulated in the Natyasastra has received a staggering amount of attention as the main hypothesis pervading studies into Indian aesthetics. New advances in consciousness and cognitive studies, offer new perspectives and methodologies to examine the science of Natyasastra.

By connecting Indian aesthetics, psychology and cognitive sciences the Seminar will explore new frontiers of interdisciplinary investigation into the Natyasastra – from the phenomenology of the swara-sruti-grama-moorchana to the psychology of the aesthetic mental states, gestures and the hermeneutics of its transcending experience.

This Seminar will attempt to prominently place the classical value, imagination and experience of Natyasastra by focusing on the text, theory and experience of rasa with the goal of building and bridging contemporaneity in psychology, cognitive sciences, and Indian aesthetic traditions.

Seminar Schedule

The Seminar starts with Registration, and follows by Inaugural Session, and Lectures by the Invited speakers on the Seminar themes bringing in interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary questions, and concludes with a Panel discussion.

Participation in the Seminar is only for Registered Participants and Invitees

Last Date to Register: 30 November 2017
!!! CLICK HERE AND REGISTER NOW !!!

  • 9.00 AM

    Registration

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    9.30 AM

    Inaugural Session


    By Baldev Raj (NIAS Director) &
    Sachchidananda Joshi (Member Secretary, IGNCA)
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    10.00 AM - 6.00 PM

    Lecture Sessions

    By Invited Speakers
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    6.00 PM

    Panel Discussion and Conclusion

  • 9.30 - 10.00 AM

    Inaugural Session

     
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    12.00 - 1.30 PM

    Lecture Session 2


    Speakers: Pravin Bhole, Shatavadhani R Ganesh
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    2.30 - 4.00 PM

    Lecture Session 3


    Speakers: Shankar Rajaraman, Mythili Anoop
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    4.30 - 6.00 PM

    Lecture Session 4


    Speakers: Sulini Nair, Gautam Chatterjee
  • 6.00 PM

    Panel Discussion and Conclusion

  • 9.00 AM

    Registration

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    9.30 AM

    Inaugural Session


    By Baldev Raj & Sachchidananda Joshi
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    9.30 AM

    Opening Remarks and Introduction to the Seminar

    By Deepti Navaratna & Sangeetha Menon
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    10.00 AM - 6.00 PM

    Lecture Sessions

    By Invited Speakers

Our Speakers

The Seminar Speakers are both artists and researchers in aesthetic traditions.
Their insights are infused with their experiences as well as research expertise.

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Shatavadhani R Ganesh

IGNCA Bengaluru

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Pravin Bhole

Savitribhai Phule Performing Arts University

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Sulini Nair

Writer/Dancer

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Mythili Anoop

University of Hyderabad

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Sangeetha Menon

Professor & Head, NIAS Consciousness Studies Programme

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Shankar Rajaraman

Sanskrit Aesthetician/Psychiatrist

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Gautham Chatterjee

Abhinavagupta Academy

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Deepti Navaratna

Director, IGNCA - RCB

Registration

The Seminar starts with Registration, and follows by Inaugural Session, and Lectures by the Invited speakers on the Seminar themes bringing in interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary questions, and concludes with a Panel discussion.
Participation in the Seminar is only for Registered Participants and Invitees

Last Date to Register: 30 November 2017
!!! CLICK HERE AND REGISTER NOW !!! .

250/ - INR

STUDENT

  • Access to all sessions
  • Interaction with Speakers
  • Meals & Refreshments
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1000/- INR

CORPORATE

  • Access to all sessions
  • Interaction with Speakers
  • Meals & Refreshments
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ORGANISERS

The Seminar is organised by the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Regional Bengaluru Centre, &
the National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bengaluru

CONTACT: Email us at <igncasrc@hotmail.com> or phone 080-23212320

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