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Somatics, painting exhibitions and gigs for music lovers. There is plenty to do this weekend

Back on track
SecSat Pondy is organising two performances —Powerlyne with ace guitarist Johnny Bedford backed by Anthony Bastien on rhythm guitar, Joel Bruce on bass guitar and Uma Shankar on drums. Their line-up includes rock favourites from Deep Purple, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi and more. And Abhijith Kishan aka Abi will perform pop hits from MJ, Skrillex and Daft Punk. At Segulls restaurant, tomorrow, from 7.30 pm onwards. Details: 0413 2338643

Root out pain
Head to Auroville and attend Somatic Exploration, a workshop by Maggie Sission that will focus on muscular and joint pain. Somatics is the term given for a field of alternative medicine and therapies. Aurovillean Sission has been working on somatics for about 14 years and conducting workshops for the past nine years. Workshop fee: Rs. 240. At Verita Hall, in Auroville. From March 12, on all Wednesdays. Details: 0413 2622320

Doss in focus
DakshinaChitra is organising a painting exhibition by Bangalore-based artist Alphonso Arul Doss, known for using the gemstone effect in his work. Also at the venue, there is an exhibition by Chennai-based artist, C Dakshinamurthy, who focusses on Lord Ganesha in various forms and sculptures. At the Gallery. Till March 10. Details: 24462435

Beauty unseen
Artika cafe/gallery is presenting the work of Delhi-based, self-taught artist, Vinita Vasu, under the theme Feminine Fables. It explores inner strength and the beauty behind the ghunghat and purdah (veil). Curated by Mumbai-based artist Pankaj Mistry, this exhibition explores the representation of women and talks about their strong-willed personalities. At Artika. Till March 13, 9 am. Details: 0413 4300080

Double divinity
Danstheater Tanjore Quartet Aurodhan presents Heavenly Illumination, a classical and contemporary performance by Bharatanatyam artistes Ram Kishna and Suresh Kishna from the Netherlands. Choreographed by the siblings, along with KPK Chandrasekaran, the son of Tanjore-based professor KPK Kitappa Pillai, the dancers promise an authentic, precise and stylish performance. At Krtashraya, Aurodhan Gardens, Auroville. Today, from 8 pm onwards. Details: 0413 2222795

— Team Indulge

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