Beautiful excerpts of movements by the artistes from Mongolia

18th January 2018By Amrapali MagazineCulture, Featured, What's happening No Comments

The Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India in collaboration with South Point School, Barsapara, Guwahati recently organised a mesmerising Dance and Musical Recital by Artistes from Mongolia under the 8th International Dance & Music Festival arranged and organised by the ICCR, New Delhi. The performance concert was successfully … Read More

Haflong dance lovers grooved with Amrapali

27th December 2017By Amrapali MagazineCulture, Featured, What's happening No Comments

The 3 days Winter Dance Workshop 2017 organised by Amrapali (Society for ARTS) in collaboration with the Haflong Girls’ H.S. School in Haflong experienced superb support from the active parents, Govt. Girls’ H.S. School authority, Education Inspector, local workshop coordinators and most importantly the super talented dance loving students. The workshop started from December 21st … Read More

Successful commemoration of 3rd Amrapali Culture Colloquium 2017

1st December 2017By Amrapali MagazineCulture, Featured, What's happening No Comments

AMRAPALI (Society for ARTS), a socio-cultural organization successfully commemorated the 3rd CULTURE COLLOQUIUM 2017 in collaboration with the Department of Anthropology, North Guwahati College, North Guwahati and Media Partnered with Amrapali Rendition Magazine. The Guest Speaker for 2017 was Ratna Das, Chief of Aaideo Talkies, an initiative to promote and propagate Assamese cinema in rural … Read More

2nd CHIMERA 2017 celebrated in Guwahati

26th October 2017By Amrapali MagazineCulture, Featured, What's happening No Comments

The biggest event for children and youth, the 2nd CHIMERA 2017 Cultural Extravaganza and Prize Distribution Ceremony organised by AMRAPALI (Society for ARTS)┬« ended with grandeur and colourful participation on October 24, 2017 at District Library, Guwahati. The event was organized in collaboration with the Department of Cultural Affairs, Govt. of Assam, recognized by Shri … Read More

2nd CHIMERA 2017 celebrated dance competition for children and youth

26th October 2017By Amrapali MagazineCulture, Featured, What's happening No Comments

The AMRAPALI (Society for ARTS), one of the northeast India’s most prominent socio-cultural organisation hosted the 2nd CHIMERA 2017 in collaboration with the Department of Cultural Affairs, Govt. of Assam in Guwahati. The 1st Dance Competition was organised in both solo and group categories and was scheduled on the 22nd of October at Shilpgram, Guwahati, … Read More

Amrapali’s 1st DANCE COMPETITION at the 2nd Chimera 2017

22nd October 2017By Amrapali MagazineCulture, Featured, What's happening No Comments

The AMRAPALI (Society for ARTS) is organising their 1st DANCE COMPETITION┬á in the most awaited 2nd CHIMERA 2017 on October 22, 2017 at Shilpgram, Panjabari (Guwahati) from 10 am onwards. The participants are from classes I to XII and some are also participating from other districts and States. The competition is categorised into Solo and … Read More

Guwahatians enjoy the ICCR’s Jazz evening

26th September 2017By Amrapali MagazineCulture, Featured, What's happening No Comments

An amazingly beautiful rendition of Jazz music from Israel was witnessed by Guwahati on September 25, 2017 at the District Library, Ambari, Guwahati. The concert was organised by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Guwahati in collaboration with Directorate of Library Services, Govt. of Assam. The evening was inaugurated by culturally literate and retired IAS … Read More

ICCR Guwahati Horizon Series September 2017

22nd September 2017By Amrapali MagazineCulture, Featured, What's happening No Comments

The Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), Guwahati Regional Office organised a Lecture Demonstration upon the aesthetic of dance ‘Nritya Mudra’, conducted by Bharatnatyam danseuse Bhanu Rashmi on September 21, 2017. The event was organised in collaboration with the Directorate of Museums, Govt. of Assam and Mr. Y.S. Wunglenton, Director, Assam State Museum graced the … Read More

Health benefits of Bitter Gourd, Bitter Melon or Bitter Squash

5th September 2017By Dr. Hirendrakumar BhagawatiFeatured, Health & Wellness No Comments

The health benefits of karela (Bitter-Gourd) are greater than those of many vegetables. Karela’s bitter taste is generally attributed to the quinine it contains. Cooked bitter gourd stimulates the appetite, cleanses the liver, purifies the blood, and provides many other benefits. Perhaps Bitter Gourd is the secret of the Okinawa Islander longevity! Although, the bitterness … Read More