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16th October 2017 - Raj Bhavan Jharkhand in collaboration with Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts-Ranchi Regional Centre Present Cultural Evening Diwali Utsava. Raj Bhavan, Ranchi, Jharkhand. Time: 5.30 p.m. to 7.00 p.m

23rd - 24th September 2017 - Dr. Bachchan Kumar, Regional Director, visited Koderma District, Satgaowa Block for the purpose of Research on the Subject: Art Heritage of Jharkhand: A Study of Ghodasimar temple of Satagaowa.

18th September 2017 - a Lecture on Oral Tradition and Historiography of Jharkhand: A Model study of the Folk Lore and Folk Art of Santhal Pargana Region by Prof. Rajiva Kumar Sinha, Department of AIHC & Archaeology, T.M. Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur. Chairperson - Dr. Ajay Kumar Chattoraj, Head Department of History, Ranchi University. Venue - Shahid Smriti Sabhagar, Central Library Building, Ranchi University, Ranchi. Time: 3.00 pm

14th September 2017 - a Lecture on the occasion of Hindi Diwas the topic is क्षेत्रीय एवं जनजातीय भाषाओ के विकास में हिंदी का योगदान by Dr Ashok Priyadarshi, साहित्यकार.  Chairperson: Dr Girdhari Ram Gunju, Ex-HOD, Tribal Regional Language, Ranchi University.  Venue:- Shahid Smriti Sabhagar, Central Library Building, Ranchi University, Ranchi.    Time: 3.00 pm

28th August 2017 - Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Regional Centre, Ranchi and Ranchi University. Organising a Lecture on the topic Cultural Informatics: A Case Study Of Devnarayan by Er. Pratapanand Jha. Director, Cultural Informatics, IGNCA, New Delhi. Chairperson- Dr. H. P. Sinha, Former Deputy Director, Ministry of Culture, Govt. of Jharkhand. Venue:- Shahid Smriti Sabhagar, Central Library Building,Ranchi University, Ranchi.   Time: 2.30 pm

13th July 2017 - Indira Gandhi National Centre For the arts-Regional Centre Ranchi & Ranchi University organising an Illustrated Lecture on Santhal Oral Tradition & its cultural aspects.  Abstract of Lecture - The Santhal Oral Tradition and Its Cultural Aspects. This Presentation attempts to closely analyze the oral traditions on santhal indigenous group and its value in understanding their culture. Culture can be reconstructed through various means such as archaeological remains, written texts and oral tradition. India has a legacy of oral tradition from vedas to mantras everything was oral and aural sruti and slokas. The santhals have no written scripture or documents on their religious belief and culture. So, in the absence of text are they to be considered people without history? No. this paper argues against such a reductionism. Though they have no written documents they are quite rich in oral traditions and a variety of genres such as Kahni (Stories), Kudum (Riddles) , Siring (Songs), Rar (Raga) , bentakatha (Euphemism), Menkatha(Idiom), Gidrabauli (Lullaby),Binti (Prayers), Bakher (Chanting of Hymns) etc can be seen . Oral tradition can be understood better as the phase of socital evolution. It is in intangible in nature and is a very abstract form of knowledge passed from generation to generation through word of mouth often through mother to daughter , father to son and so on so forth. In the absence of the written script oral tradition has been the only medium to preserve the knowledge and history of Santhals. This Talks would unfold santhal culture in its numerous dimensions such as religious belief, social system, mural art, songs, ragas, dance etc.  Venue:- Audrey House Ranchi  Time: 2.30 PM onwards

28th June 2017 - Illustrated lecture on Archaeological Remains of Jharkhand by Dr. Harendra Prasad Sharma (Former Deputy Director ,Ministry of Culture -Jharkhand).  Venue:- Audrey House , Ranchi. Time: 2.30 PM

31st May 2017 - Workshop cum performance on Nagpuri Dance  Venue: Audrey House Auditorium, Ranchi. Time: Workshop 11:00AM to 02:00PM, Performance at 06:00PM

Press Update:

17th April 2017 - Inauguration of first Exhibition at IGNCA Regional Centre Ranchi

28th March 2017 - Students of Mass Communication and Video Production . Gossner College, Ranchi  (28th March 2017)

 

 

Office Address:
Dr. Bachchan Kumar

Regional Director
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA),
Ranchi Regional Centre
Ranchi University Campus

eMail: bachchan_kumar@yahoo.com

 


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