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8 Fun Thrilled Events to Look Forward to in May

The month of May has already started with its scorching heat and there’s nothing we can do about it. There’s one thing we can surely do to make it more fun and intriguing for you. Like every month there are events happening around in the Pink City and as per the rituals we have lined up some fabulous events for you-

  1. Drink And Doodle

Spend a cool summer afternoon over some wine and bring out the artist in you. Socialize with people, doodle your heart out, paint, draw and write. It’s almost everything one can ask for.

Date- 4th May

Register- +91-9971090029

Venue- Doodle Rack Hostel

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  1. Agaastyaa Open Mic 4.0

An evening filled with poetry, story-telling, singing and comedy, who doesn’t want to attend it. After 3 successful shows, they are back with their open mic 4.0 which will showcase young and energetic artist.

Date- 5th May

Tickets- https://www.meraevents.com/event/open-mic-4-o

Venue- The Yellow House: Global Veg Bistro, C-scheme

Open mic

  1. Lok Sabha Elections

Now on the 6th of May, it’s time to do our duty and be a part of India’s biggest festival Lok Sabha Elections 2019. Remember it’s not for any individual’s benefit; it’s for the benefit of the nation.

Date- 6th May

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  1. Women’s T20 Challenge

The board of Control for Cricket in India has announced the Women’s T20 Challenge consisting of 4 matches all to be played in SMS Stadium. All the cricket freaks, it’s time to cheer women players.

Date- 6th-11th May

Venue- Sawai Mansingh Stadium

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  1. Little Potters- Kids Pottery Course for Summers

Worried about how to engage your little ones in a creative activity?

Look no further, because this summer pottery class is the perfect activity for your kids. This 4-day class is going to keep your kids engaged and will boost their creativity.

Date- 10th-14th May

Register- +91-9772882309

Venue- Clay Botik- Pottery & Ceramics Studio

Little potters

  1. Rock In Jaipur Vol. III

Here’s a fun night for rock/metal music lovers!

The third edition of this promising event is all set to rock your world with popular bands like Demigod, Plague Throat, River, Bad Trip, 3AM and Mordare. Yes, that many.

Date- 12th May

Tickets- https://www.meraevents.com/event/rockinjaipurfestival

Venue- Levels Club, Ramada Jaipur

Rock In Jaipur

  1. The Unread Diaries of Amandeep and Yahya

    An exclusive live show of a beautiful set of stories combined with poems. Both the storytellers will give a duet performance with the feeling of love, anger, affection and hope.

    Date- 15th May

    Tickets- https://in.bookmyshow.com/events/the-unread-diaries-of-amandeep-and-yahya/ET00101390

    Venue- 999 Restro Lounge

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  2. Pink Trends- A Fashion and Lifestyle Exhibition

The biggest fashion and lifestyle exhibition by Sanjivni Events and Entertainment will be held in our city. An exhibition filled with apparels, accessories, footwear, beauty products and what not.

Date- 24th-25th May

Venue- Birla Auditorium

Lifestyle exhibition

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Rurban Khurjan -A Photography Exhibition by Jaipur based Artist to begin in New Delhi!

“She sends me to fetch water very early in the morning Oh! Grandfather it is very difficult for me My pot never fills up fully the water is so deep, that my rope hardly reaches it the sun rises and also sets by the time, I return unable to collect even one pot-full of water” – A folk song of Rajasthan tells the story of scarcity of water in Rajasthan and even decades after Independence the issues of potable water is the major faced by thousands of villagers.

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Jaipur based independent filmmaker and photographer Abhishek Kumawat chose photography as a platform to show how the scarcity of water has eventually led the migration of villagers in Rajasthan.
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This exhibition portrays the life and spaces of people who migrated from villages to city because of water scarcity, lack of jobs and identity crisis. Rurban as a word is fusion of rural + urban. It’s important to explore the interactions and conflicts of this amalgamated space. The migratory bird “Demoiselle Crane” in winters, migrates from Central Asia and Siberia to Rajasthan and popularly known as Kurjan in local culture and folk songs – a symbol of migration.

 

In this exhibition, my interest is to understand the psychological and geographical aspects of this shift, especially shift in their consciousness when they migrate to city/cities for survival and not because of any aspirations.

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Medium: Black & White

Exhibition Venue: Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi

Dates: 28 April – 4 May

The solo photo exhibition, Rurban Kurjan beginning from Sunday at Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi.