Events in August

Wild Surmise (Online)

This book of poems brings us as close as we can get to how [Dickinson] presented her work. Sparing us the task of deciphering the poet’s sometimes challenging handwriting & presenting intriguing variants, this edition demonstrates why generations of writers have been galvanized by Dickinson. Closer than previous editions to Dickinson’s wishes, priorities & personality, …

Wild Surmise (Online) Read More »

Movement Circle

“If I could tell you what it meant, there would be no point in dancing it.” – Isadora Duncan There is a wisdom that shines and reaches us beyond the spoken words. Your movements are always speaking and your senses are always listening. In this movement circle, Raah invites you to connect and reach out …

Movement Circle Read More »

Anjuman – Open Mic Poetry

Anjuman is an open forum for poets from various cultures and languages to share their writings and expressions. Initiated to spread the love for Hindi/ Urdu poetry and encourage new writers to write better and enjoy the company of like-minded people, Anjuman today is a community of prolific published poets and young new talent. Anjuman …

Anjuman – Open Mic Poetry Read More »

Tales & Twists

It is time to get spooked on a Sunday evening sitting at our lovely space! Presenting horror stories for adults & children with chilling tales of ghosts. So, if you love a thrill and love to get shocked with the horrors of ghosts of the Raj era, then do attend this storytelling session by Storyteller …

Tales & Twists Read More »

The Storytellers (OnLine)

This month’s theme is “Voices of the Young”. Stories to be narrated include ‘The Story of Keesh’ by Jack London’s. Storytellers – Bhavna, Elaine and Neeta. On Saturday, 28th of August, stories include The Assignment by Manto, Jamunabati’s Mother by Mahasweta Devi and Drone by Hari Kunzru. Storytellers – Mukul Ahmed, Khushali and Chetan. Know …

The Storytellers (OnLine) Read More »

Scroll to Top