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    Stories of Sira
    July 31 | Tumkur
    Bengaluru By Foot will give you a tour of the historical town of Sira. It served as the former stronghold of the Nayakas, Adil Shahis, Moghuls, Marathas and Mysore-rulers, Haidar Ali and Tipu Sultan. 6.30-8.30 am. Tickets (`2,750) on eventshigh.com

    War of words
    July 30 | Church Street
    Ashwin Sanghi, author of three
    bestsellers (The Rozabal Line, Chanakya’s Chant andThe Krishna Key) will be in town to talk about his latest work, The Sialkot Saga. The 588-pager is set in post-Independence India, and chronicles the rivalry between two businessmen, Arbaaz
    and Arvind. At The Bookworm.
    6.30 pm. Details: 9845076757

    On the beat
    July 30 | Koramangala
    If the art of beatboxing intrigues you,
    here’s your chance to learn the skill. A
    workshop will introduce you to the
    history of beatboxing, its different styles and tricks, and how to modulate your voice. At Pitter Patter Preschool. 3 pm. Tickets
    (`1,500) on bookmyshow.com

    Look within
    July 30 & 31 | Indiranagar
    Knock Knock Who’s There workshop
    will blend theatre with elements of
    self-discovery and introspection. Through
    a series of visuals, sounds and personal
    narratives, participants will get to
    explore their inner selves.
    For 16-year-olds and above. At Lahe Lahe.
    3 & 7 pm. Tickets (`500) on
    bookmyshow.com

    Twist & turn
    July 30-31 | JP Nagar
    Skanda Yoga will highlight the
    health benefits of ‘twists’ in a workshop, called Squeeze & Soak. A good twist can restore and retain the spine’s natural range of motion, work up the back muscles, enhance energy flow along the spinal chord, and improve body postures. 7.30-8.30 am.  Tickets (Rs 200) on eventshigh.com

    Beyond gender
    July 29-31 | Palace Road
    International Trans Art Festival 2016 will highlight the contributions made by the transgender community of India to our cultural scene. The fest will feature music, dance, drama, poetry, and painting exhibitions. Naanu Avanalla… Avalu, a National Award winning film will also be screened. At National Gallery of Modern Art. 3 pm. Details: 22342338

    Dance night
    July 31 | Lavelle Road
    DJ Nghtmre aka Tyler Marenyi will get you moving and grooving on Sunday. He is known for trap songs (like Street), his EP Nuclear Bonds and collaborative single Lighters Up (with Flosstradamus). He has made appearances at music fests like Lollapalooza, TomorrowWorld, Snow
    Globe, Freak Night, Moonrise, and LifeInColor. At Skyye. 5 pm. Tickets (Rs 300 upwards) on inbuzzup.com

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