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    Magic of numbers

    ttd2August 2, Basavangudi
    This workshop on mathematics is designed for parents (of tots ages two to 8 years)
    and will show them how they can make numbers more interesting. The sessions will be hosted by Aamod Karkhanis, and he will be working on topics like addition and
    place values through fun games.
    Rs 950. At Kutoohala . 2 pm.
    Details: 9611119478

    Getting arty

    Arty1August 1, Whitefield
    The Art Salon, an initiative that works towards placing artworks in personal collections and corporate spaces, hosts an evening featuring live art demonstrations by celebrated Indian artist, JMS Mani. With artwork from across mediums, the event hopes to increase awareness and appreciation. 7 pm. At Tiffin Bar, Alila Bangalore. Details: 7760961744




    Feel the music

    music1August 16, HSR Layout
    Experience Music Production will teach you the nitty gritty of producing music on your own, using Fruity Loops. This 20-hour course stretched over two weekends, covers topics like planning, writing content, execution, mixing and mastering and is taught by Saji Kadampattil. Registrations open. Rs 6,000. At Commits. 10 am. Details: 22581466



    Three to tango

    tango1August 2, Koramangala
    Experience soulful music this weekend through the three-member Sarjapur Blues Band. Apart from blues, the groupa��s influences range from genres like R&B and 60s rock to country and Western classical. Listen to crowd favourites like Lady Nicotine, Flying High and End Of
    The Road. Entry free. At Atta Galatta.
    7 pm. Details: 4160067


    Season specials

    Seasons1Till August 31, Indiranagar
    Monsoon Delicacies features dishes
    like methi pakora, moong dal bhajiya, green
    peas ghugra and Bikaneri samosa. For the
    khichdi lovers, there are options like kathiyawadi, Jodhpuri, ramoram and palak varieties.
    `800 for two. At Khandani Rajdhani.
    Details: 9986031871


    Luxury on a platter

    Platter1August 2, MG Road
    Designer Nishita Thakurdas launches her range of luxury dinnerware for the first time in the city. Her limited edition collection will feature five distinct themes, which include the Mughal Garden, Banaras, the Lotus at Fatehpur, Jodhpur Evenings and Indira. Entry free. At The Oberoi. Details: 25585858


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