Mahindra Sanatkada Lucknow Festival 2019

Event: Amritlal Nagar Qissa Goi Takht - Main Chabutra, Baradari

The festival is free for all. However, entry in the festival is by registration only. Join us for the festivities!

For Quick ONLINE Registration click here:

Contact: 09936914134, 09415104361
E-mail: mahindrasanatkadalucknowfest@gmail.com

Come listen to personal stories that will enwrap you with memories of the lifestyle of Lucknow that make this city what it is.


Day 1, Friday, 1st February 2019

Schedule - event for the day

5 pm
Main Chabutra Baradari
# Inauguration of Festival - Dus Saal Bemisaal
# Qissa Goi by Valentina Trivedi
# Kuch Yadein Show curated By Rohini Killough

Valentina Trivedi is a avid storyteller for children and adults and Dastan Go.
Rohini Killough is a writer, feminist and been a vibrant part of the fashion industry.


Day 2, Saturday, 2nd February 2019

Schedule - event for the day

No event scheduled on this day


Day 3, Sunday, 3rd February 2019

Schedule - event for the day

5 pm
Amritlal Nagar Qissa Goi Takht, - Chabutra, Baradari
# Bait Bazi
Students of Karamat Hussein Muslim Girls College vs Shia Degree College
Two womens teams
Bait Baazi is a verbal game and genre of urdu poetry played by composing verses of urdu poetry, Much like Antakshari it is a recitation of couplets in response to the opposing teams couplets.


Day 4, Monday, 4th February 2019

Schedule - event for the day

5 pm
Amritlal Nagar Qissa Goi Takht
# Qisse Awadh ke Kaarigari ke
Sabiha Anwar and Begum Masroor Jahan
Sabiha Anwar is a writer and retired as the Prncipal of Karamat Husein Muslim Girls Degree College.
Begum Masroor Jahan a prolific writer has written 65 novels and over 500 short stories.



Day 5, Tuesday 5th February 2019

Schedule - event for the day

5 pm
Amritlal Nagar Qissa Goi Takht - Chabutra Baradari
# Qisse Zinda Virasaat ke Sohail Hashmi
Sohail Hashmi's work straddles Western and Islamic moral and political philosophy. He was amongst the earliest scholars to specialize in ethics and international relations, which developed as an interdisciplinary field during the 1980s and 1990s. Hashmi explores the Islamic ethics of diverse issues in contemporary international relations, including war and peace, humanitarian intervention, civil society, tolerance, boundaries and poverty relief.