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  • Rudrayogini 7:30 pm, Bangalore, Ranga Shankara
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  • Theyyam 9:00 pm, Bangalore, Theyyam Ground
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  • Ave Maria 7:30 pm, Bangalore, Ranga Shankara
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  • Colour your heart 9:00 pm, Bangalore, Ranga Shankara
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  • The Village 7:30 pm, Bangalore, Ranga Shankara
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  • 1, Madhav Baug 9:00 pm, Bangalore, Ranga Shankara
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  • 7 Songs of the Regfugee 7:30 pm, Bangalore, Ranga Shankara
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  • Who am I? 9:00 pm, Bangalore, Ranga Shankara
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  • The Flying Carpet 10:00 am, Bangalore, Shoonya
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  • Call of the Flute 11:30 am, Bangalore, Shoonya
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  • Amagaki to Shibugaki 2:00 pm, Bangalore, Shoonya
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  • We have a situation 3:30 pm, Bangalore, Shoonya
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  • Seaside 7:30 pm, Bangalore, Rangashankara
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  • Kaal 9:00 pm, Bangalore, Ranga Shankara
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Second Edition was held at Ranga Shankara, Kappanna Angala and Shoonya in Bangalore from the 17th to the 21st of February, 2016. Artists from 13 different countries were a part of this festival: India’s first International Performing Arts Festival. The festival embraced a diversity of expressions of women in different fields, including theatre, dance, music, sculpture and social change.

All the Artistes at Tantidhatri are dedicated practitioners of their work and art forms, and the festival allowed a glimpse of their work. The performances themselves were, of course testimonials of their practice, whether tried and tested pieces like Julia Varley’s Ave Maria, or experimental new work like Parvathy Baul and Bahauddin Dagar’s Rudrayogini, which was performed for the first time.

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Second Edition was held at Ranga Shankara, Kappanna Angala and Shoonya in Bangalore from the 17th to the 21st of February, 2016. Artists from 13 different countries were a part of this festival: India’s first International Performing Arts Festival. The festival embraced a diversity of expressions of women in different fields, including theatre, dance, music, sculpture and social change.

All the Artistes at Tantidhatri are dedicated practitioners of their work and art forms, and the festival allowed a glimpse of their work. The performances themselves were, of course testimonials of their practice, whether tried and tested pieces like Julia Varley’s Ave Maria, or experimental new work like Parvathy Baul and Bahauddin Dagar’s Rudrayogini, which was performed for the first time.