What’s the buzz in Pune: September 24-30


LIFFI 2021

The 6th Lonavala International Film Festival India (LIFFI) 2021 will be held online September 24-26; from October 1 to 3; and from October 8 to 10, from 6 p.m. each day.

Viewers can watch movies and participate in the panel through an app.

For more details and registration, visit www.liffi.in

When: September 24-26

Where: Online

Calligraphy Devnagiri

Learn the art of traditional Indian calligraphy with Avdhut Vidhare. He will teach you the basics of this traditional art form using a wide-brimmed pen and introduce you to the Indian lettering style – Devnagiri.

When: September 24-26; 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Where: Online

Eco-weekend – the exhibition

Girija Oak-Godbole and Opash Socio-Commercials present this exhibition of companies specializing in environmentally friendly products and services. With the participation of brands such as ReCharka, Earthpoorna, Leafage Studio, Ordnyanic and Eco Serve, this exhibition aims to bring all eco-friendly and sustainable brands together under one roof. The event is organized at Aayaam-House of Aadya. To register and for more details, visit aayaam.in/

When: September 25, 26; 11 am-7pm

Where: House Of Aadyaa, 1206, A-32, Shirole Road, Shivajinagar

Vegetable garden

Did you know that about 60% of the food you eat can be grown at home? And when is the best time to start growing taller than now? So, KhetiBuddy offers you an online vegetable garden workshop that will guide you to grow clean and safe greens in your home. Dr Ashvini Motaphale, crop consultant, will answer questions.

To register, go to [email protected]

Fee: Rs299 per person

When: Saturday September 25; 11 am-12.30pm

Where: Online

In memory of Guru Dutt: a man ahead of his time

Rashmi Sabale presents this interactive session, with visuals and film clippings by Guru Dutt. She will highlight her relationships with various Urdu filmmakers, poets and composers of her time. His way of looking at Indian society and his thoughts on his films like “Chaudhvi Ka Chand”, “Mr & Mrs 55” and “Pyasa Kagaz Ke Phool”. among others. Rashmi worked with All India Radio Varanasi as a senior announcer and newsreader. She is an artist who is also passionate about poems.

When: Saturday September 25; 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Where: Raah – Literacy and Culture Center, Office # 730, 7th & 8th Floor, Marvel Vista, Lullanagar

Camping on the shores of Lake Pavana

Enjoy nature in a group of 30 at this campsite and visit Lohagad Fort, Tikona Fort, Tung Fort and Visapur Fort.

To register, call 9561965967

When: from Saturday September 25 at 4 p.m. to Sunday September 26 at 12:30 p.m.

Where: Pavana Lake

Ramayana: Connecting the Dots

The Ramayana tells us about a way of life. Lavanya Prasad tries to bring you the awe she felt when she connected the points of the epic through the Ramayana stories, some known and others rarely known, which helped her see the situation in his outfit. In this session explore the stories of blessings and curses, through the beasts that came just when it was needed to make things happen for Rama. To register, send an email to [email protected] or call +91 89 714 92903

When: Saturday September 25; 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Where: Online

Da High Cookout

Stuvi and Midland Sparks perform at this Sunday favorite, Da High Cookout, where your Sunday brunch meets funky grooves.

When: Sunday September 26; from 1:30 p.m.

Where: High Spirits, Koregaon Park

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