UPCOMING EVENTS
Tuesday, November 5

Morning Vedanta Talks by Swami Chidananda. Morning talks on "Brahma Sutra Chatuh-Sutri" with Adi Sankara’s commentary. 11am. For info: (408) 263-2961 http://www.fowai.org

Chitra Divakaruni Reads at Keplers. In conversation with Vandana Kumar, Publisher, India Currents. 7:30pm. Kepler's Bookstore, 1010 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, CA. Register for the event.

Thursday, November 7

3rd i SF International South Asian Film Festival at New People Cinema. 7:30pm Bulbul Can Sing by Rima Das. 7pm https://www.thirdi.org/

Friday, November 8

3rd i SF International South Asian Film Festival at New People Cinema. 7:00pm AMERICAN HASI by Laura Asherman, 9:00pm CAT STICKS by Ronny Sen. 7pm https://www.thirdi.org/

Rotunda Dance Series by Nava Dance Theatre . Nava Dance Theatre, directed by Nadhi Thekkek, is a Bharatanatyam dance company that uses the classical South Indian form to explore and understand place, identity, and politics.
12pm. Contact Andréa Spearman at (415) 920-9181 or andrea@dancersgroup.org, https://dancersgroup.org/presents/rotunda/

Saturday, November 9

3rd i SF International South Asian Film Festival at Castro Theatre. 12:45pm RAVENING (Aamis) by Bhaskar Hazarika, 3:00pm NAMDEV BHAU: IN SEARCH OF SILENCE by Dar Gai, 5:00pm CHILDREN OF THE SUN (Gaadi) by Prasanna Vithanage, 8:00pm Bollywood at the Castro - Animated Tribute: BOMBAY ROSE by Gitanjali Rao. 12pm https://www.thirdi.org/

"A Million Sitas," a play by Enacte. Anita Ratnam’s creative outlets are myriad and diverse. Dancer, vocalist, classicist, orator-- all of these parts of her combine to fiercely reclaim the soul of Sita, who lost everything in the Ramayana. Ratnam reconfigures the tragic myth as a shared trauma for women everywhere-- and an opportunity to heal. 3pm Eventbrite Tickets here .

Chhandam Dance School at Girl's Festival. The program includes six jam-packed hours of captivating workshops; exciting sports activities; competitions with fabulous prizes; interactive booths featuring local organizations. 10am https://worldwidewomengirlsfestival.org/girls-festival/tickets

Sunday, November 10

3rd i SF International South Asian Film Festival at New People Cinema. 12:30pm NISHTHA JAIN: A MASTER CLASS, 2:30pm CHIPPA by Safdar Rahman, 4:15pm SIVARANJANI AND TWO OTHER WOMEN by Vasanth S. Sai Sunday, 6:45pm COAST TO COAST: MUMBAI TO THE MISSION. 12pm https://www.thirdi.org/

"Devi Vivida Roping" by Abhinaya Dance Co. Featuring traditional repertoire by students of Abhinaya and solo presentations by Artistic Director Mythili Kumar and Company. 2pm https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4423415

The ICA Annual Conference and Banquet. Honorees are: Vinayak Lohani, the founder of Parivaar, a humanitarian institution based in West Bengal. Satyajit Bhatkal is an Indian television and film director, best known as director of Satyamev Jayate, a TV show focused on addressing social issues in India. 2pm https://form.jotform.com/92778340862164

Tuesday, November 12

A Color-Coded Symphony. A performance piece by singer/songwriter Aireene Espiritu that carries listeners through songs and sounds — a lullaby from a childhood growing up in the United States, a folk song from another country, rhythms from regions connecting the audience to their ethnic origins. 8pm https://thefreight.org/event/1840782-aireene-espiritu-berkeley/
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