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What the arts need

Triveni Kala Sangams iconic home will soon turn 50, and its pioneering founder Sundari K Shridharani died this month. Her successors are determined that nothing will change

Rrishi Raote  |  New Delhi 

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What the arts need
Triveni Kala Sangam

What the arts need

Triveni Kala Sangams iconic home will soon turn 50, and its pioneering founder Sundari K Shridharani died this month. Her successors are determined that nothing will change

One of Delhi’s few post-1947 architectural treasures turns 50 next year: the lovely, low-key Triveni Kala Sangam. Triveni’s illustrious neighbours include music and dance academies, the National School of Drama, the Sahitya Akademi, the Shri Ram Centre and Kamani Auditorium. >
What the arts need
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